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Winning the lottery seemed as good a retirement as any

“Jerry & Marge Go Large” is inspired by the remarkable true story of retiree Jerry Selbee, who discovers a mathematical loophole in the Massachusetts lottery and, with his wife Marge, wins millions and uses the money to revive their small Michigan town.

Oscar® nominee, and Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Bryan Cranston stars as Jerry Selbee alongside four-time Academy Award nominee and a two-time Golden Globe and Screen Actor Guild Award® winner Annette Bening, who stars as Marge Selbee. The cast is rounded out by a diverse array of talented actors including Larry Wilmore, Rainn Wilson, Anna Camp, Ann Harada, Jake McDorman, Michael McKean, and Uly Schlesinger.

Academy Award winner David Frankel (“Marley & Me,” “The Devil Wears Prada”) directed from the script by Emmy-nominee Brad Copeland (“Wild Hogs,” “Arrested Development”). “Jerry And Marge Go Large” is produced by Academy Award nominee Gil Netter (“The Blind Side,” “Life of Pi”), Levantine Films (“Hidden Figures”), and executive produced by Kevin Halloran (“Ford v Ferrari”) and Jennie Lee (“Mixtape”). Amy Baer also produces via MRC Film’s Landline Pictures, with the film marking the label’s first production. Netter, Tory Metzger and Renee Witt from Levantine Films developed and packaged the film based on the original article by Jason Fagone for The Huffington Post.

I won the jackpot before we even started.


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