Ever had a date go terribly wrong? The Wrong Missy cast can tell you a thing or two about that! The new Netflix original film stars some of your favourite actors in a hilarious romantic comedy that you won’t soon forget.
In the movie, David Spade takes on the role of Tim, a man who has recently met the girl of his dreams, Missy. After a great first date with her, Tim decides to make a bold move and invite her on his upcoming work retreat to Hawaii.
Much to Tim’s delight, Missy accepts, and the two continue to build a relationship via text. As he’s waiting for her on board the plane though, it quickly becomes apparent that Tim was texting the wrong woman.
Instead of the beautiful model he’s been fantasizing about, Tim invited a woman, also named Missy, who he had a disastrous first date with, and eventually ghosted.
When they arrive in Hawaii, Missy is quick to remind Tim of her crazy antics, and the two have a vacation that is nothing short of unforgettable. The trailer alone will have you in stitches, so just wait until you have a chance to watch the movie!
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The Wrong Missy contains a cast full of A-list Hollywood stars including Lauren Lapkus (Orange Is the New Black), Nick Swardson (Just Go With It), Molly Sims (Yes Man), Chris Witaske (Unicorn Store), Geoff Pierson (Dexter), John Farley (Joe Dirt), and Candace Smith (My Father Die).
The film also includes a familiar Canadian face—Ottawa born actress and model, Sarah Chalke. You may recognize the 43-year-old for her work on projects like Scrubs, Roseanne, Rick and Morty, Paradise PD, and How I Met Your Mother, among others.
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Other shows and movies to look forward to on the streaming service this week are I Love You, Stupid, Inhuman Resources, White Lines, and season three of the hit sketch comedy series, Magic for Humans.
The Wrong Missy is coming to Netflix on Wednesday, May 13. You can check out the hilarious trailer for the David Spade-led comedy below.