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Why Him? is a 2016 American romantic comedy film directed by John Hamburg, written by Hamburg and Ian Helfer, and starring James Franco, Bryan Cranston, Zoey Deutch, Megan Mullally, Griffin Gluck and Keegan-Michael Key. The film follows a father who is horrified by his daughter's new boyfriend, an unconventional Silicon Valley entrepreneur.

The film premiered in Los Angeles on December 17, 2016 and was released in the United States on December 23, 2016, by 20th Century Fox. The film received generally negative reviews and has grossed $76 million worldwide.


Ned Fleming (Bryan Cranston) is a rather conservative businessman who owns Fleming Co., a once successful printing business. Leaving his struggling business behind, he and his wife Barb (Megan Mullaly), along with their 15-year-old son Scotty (Griffin Gluck), travel from Grand Rapids, Michigan to visit their oldest daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch), who is studying at Stanford University. While there, they are introduced to Stephanie's self-made billionaire boyfriend, Laird Mayhew (James Franco), who is a famous internet entrepreneur. Laird's vulgar, gregarious, and blunt personality is slightly arousing for Barb and Scott, but causes Ned to downright despise him. Stephanie insists that he is a nice person, and that he makes her happy. But when Laird reveals to Ned he plans to propose to Stephanie in only five days, the race to prove himself worthy of her love so Ned can give them his blessing begins, with business problems arising throughout. Laird goes out of his way to win over Barb and Scott, while Ned schemes to make sure Laird goes down in flames.
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James Franco as Laird Mayhew, Stephanie's boyfriend
Bryan Cranston as Ned Fleming, Stephanie's father and Barb's husband
Zoey Deutch as Stephanie Fleming, Laird's girlfriend, Ned and Barb's daughter, and Scotty's older sister
Megan Mullally as Barb Fleming, Ned's wife and Stephanie's mother
Griffin Gluck as Scotty Fleming, Stephanie's 15-year old younger brother and Ned and Barb's son
Keegan-Michael Key as Gustav, Laird’s best friend, calmer assistant and trainer, the billionaire's European-hailing estate manager
Cedric the Entertainer as Lou Dunne, Ned’s friend
Kaley Cuoco as the voice of Justine, Laird's in-home artificial intelligence
Zack Pearlman as Kevin Dingle, Ned’s I.T. guy
Jee Young Han as Marnie Dingle, Kevin’s wife
Jacob Kemp as Randy the Intern
Grace Ly Ngo Hazelett and Sadie Kate Ngo Hazelett as Vanessa Dingle, Kevin’s daughter
Casey Wilson as Missy Pederman, the first creator of an online invitation company called StampFree Invites.
Andrew Rannells as Blaine Pederman, the second creator of an online invitation company called StampFree Invites.
Adam DeVine as Tyson Modell, the creator of the wildly popular Ghostchat app.
Tangie Ambrose as Patty Dunne, Lou’s wife and Barb’s friend
Steve Bannos as Tree Lot Owner Burt
There are cameos by a number of technology, gaming, and entertainment figures, including Burnie Burns, Steve Aoki, Richard Blais, Elon Musk, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Chris A. Liscomb.

On November 18, 2014, it was announced that John Hamburg and Ian Helfer were co-writing a comedy film, Why Him?, for 20th Century Fox.[4] On February 27, 2015, James Franco was in talks to star in the film, playing a young billionaire.[5] Shawn Levy's 21 Laps Entertainment and Ben Stiller's Red Hour Productions were set to produce the film, about a Midwestern father who travels with his family to visit his daughter at college, and finds himself disliking her new billionaire boyfriend.[5] On August 25, 2015, Bryan Cranston was set to star in the film, playing the father.[6] In August 2015, the film was selected by the California Film Commission to receive $5.4 million in tax credits.[7] On December 8, 2015, Zoey Deutch was cast in the film's female lead role, as Cranston's character's daughter and the billionaire's girlfriend.[8] On January 12, 2016, Griffin Gluck was added to the cast of the film to play Scotty Fleming, the son of Cranston's character.[9] On January 13, 2016, Megan Mullally joined the film to play Barb Fleming, the wife of Ned (Cranston).[10] On January 19, 2016, Keegan-Michael Key was cast as the billionaire's European-hailing estate manager,[11] and following him, Zack Pearlman also signed on for a role in the film.[12] Musician Steve Aoki was also set to appear in the film, as confirmed through his Twitter account.[13]

Principal photography on the film began in mid-February 2016 in Los Angeles

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Why Him? was released on December 23, 2016, by 20th Century Fox. It was originally planned for a November 11, 2016, release date.[16][17]

Box office
As of January 8, 2017, Why Him? has grossed $50.6 million in the United States and Canada and $25.9 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $76.5 million, against a production budget of $38 million.[3]

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Why Him? was expected to gross $10–14 million from 2,917 theaters over its first four days of release.[18][19] It grossed $3.9 million on its first day and $11 million during its opening weekend (a four-day total of $15.5 million), finishing 4th at the box office.[20]

Critical response

Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an approval rating of 40% based on 113 reviews, with an average rating of 4.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Solidly cast but overall misconceived, Why Him? offers the odd chuckle, but ultimately adds disappointingly little to its tired father-vs.-fiancé formula."[21] Metacritic gives the film a score of 38 out of 100, based on 29 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".[22] Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale.

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Fences is a 2016 American drama film directed by Denzel Washington and written by August Wilson, based on his Pulitzer Prize winning play of the same name (Wilson died in 2005, but completed a screenplay before his death). The film stars Washington, Viola Davis, Stephen Henderson, Jovan Adepo, Russell Hornsby, Mykelti Williamson and Saniyya Sidney.

Principal photography on the film began on April 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the Hill District, and wrapped in mid June 2016.[3] Fences was released in the United States on December 16, 2016, by Paramount Pictures, received positive reviews and has grossed $41 million. The film was chosen by the American Film Institute as one of the top ten films of 2016,[4] and has been nominated for numerous awards, including Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor for Washington and a Best Supporting Actress win for Davis.[5]

In 1950s Pittsburgh, Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) lives with his wife Rose (Viola Davis) and their son Cory (Jovan Adepo), and works as a waste collector alongside his best friend, Jim Bono (Stephen McKinley Henderson). Troy's older brother, Gabe Maxson (Mykelti Williamson), sustained a head injury in World War II that left him mentally impaired, for which he received a $3000 government payout that Troy used to purchase a home for his family. Gabe has since moved out, but still lives in the neighborhood, where he is often tormented by the local children.

In his adolescence, Troy left home and became a robber to sustain himself. After killing a man during a robbery led him to prison, he met Bono and revealed himself to be a talented baseball player. He then played in the professional Negro Leagues, but never made it to Major League Baseball. Although it is likely that he was rejected due to his advanced age, Troy firmly believes he was passed over due to the color of his skin. Having survived a near-fatal bout of pneumonia in his youth, Troy claims to have done so by defeating the Grim Reaper in a fistfight, upon which the Reaper vowed to return for a rematch.
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Troy's estranged son from a previous relationship, Lyons Maxson (Russell Hornsby), infrequently visits him to borrow money, upsetting Troy, whose belief in responsibility rejects Lyons' pursuing his dream of becoming a musician instead of finding a real job; Troy refuses to even visit the bar where his son's band is playing. Rose later tells Troy that Cory is being scouted by a college football team, but Troy is dismissive of Cory's chances of reaching the NFL. Not only is he stung by his own lack of success in baseball, but he believes that racial discrimination is still common in the major leagues. He tells Cory that he will not sign the permission documents if the college recruiter visits their home. He does not want his son to fail as he did, but there is also some jealousy that Cory might achieve the success that had eluded his father.

Rose asks Troy to build a fence around their house, and Troy demands that Cory help him as punishment for Cory not doing his chores due to football practice. Troy and Cory clash over Cory's ambitions to play for the NFL. On learning that Cory is not working at his part-time job due to football practice, Troy demands that he return to the job, despite Cory's attempts to convince him that the job is being held for him until football season is over.

Troy achieves a promotion to driving the garbage truck, becoming the first African-American to do so in Pittsburgh even though he can't read and doesn't have a driver's license. Bono finds out that Troy is cheating on Rose with Alberta, a woman he met at the local bar, and alerts him his actions will have repercussions. The two then become estranged when Troy is assigned to a different neighborhood. Troy later finds out that Cory did not return to his part time job at the A&P, and forces Cory's coach to kick him off the team; Troy also refuses to meet with the college scout who plans to visit their home. Cory lashes out and throws his helmet at Troy, which Troy claims is the first of Cory's three permitted offenses. When called to bail Gabe out of jail for disturbing the peace, Troy unknowingly signs papers rerouting half of Gabe's pension to a psychiatric hospital, forcing Gabe to be institutionalized.

Troy is forced to reveal his affair to Rose when his mistress becomes pregnant, leading to an argument in which Troy aggressively grabs Rose, causing Cory to intervene and knock Troy into a fence, which Troy marks as Cory's second offense. In the following months, Troy and Rose become estranged, although they keep living in the same house, and Troy continues to visit his mistress, who ultimately dies in childbirth after going into early labor, leading an embittered Troy to angrily challenge the Reaper to another fight.

Troy brings his baby daughter Raynell home, and Rose decides to raise her as her own, but refuses to accept Troy back into her life. Cory enlists in the United States Marine Corps after missing his opportunity to attend college. When he returns home, Troy blocks his path and instigates a fight in which Cory swings at Troy with a baseball bat. Troy gains the upper hand, grabs the bat from Cory, and kicks him out of the house. Energized by his victory, Troy once again challenges the Reaper to come for him.

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Seven years later, Troy has died of a heart attack, and Cory, now a USMC Corporal, returns home to visit Rose, who admits to loving Troy despite his many flaws. Cory refuses to attend the funeral, but Rose pleads that Troy is still a part of him, and Cory later reconsiders after interacting with both Lyons and an older Raynell (Saniyya Sidney). Gabe is released from the hospital to attend the funeral and reunites with his family as they all bid farewell to Troy, offering forgiveness that may not be fully deserved.

The eponymous fence is conceptualized by Troy as a symbolic way to keep the Grim Reaper out, but is also representative of the emotional barriers he built between himself and his sons as well as Rose's efforts to protect the people she holds dear.[6][7]

Denzel Washington as Troy Maxson
Viola Davis as Rose Maxson
Stephen McKinley Henderson as Jim Bono
Jovan Adepo as Cory Maxson
Russell Hornsby as Lyons Maxson
Mykelti Williamson as Gabriel Maxson
Saniyya Sidney as Raynell Maxson

Previous attempts to adapt August Wilson's Fences for the screen had been fruitless, partly due to Wilson's insistence on utilizing an African-American director.[8] In a 2013 interview with Empire, Denzel Washington expressed his intention to star in and direct an adaptation of Fences, reprising his role from the 2010 Broadway revival of the play, which, like the film, was produced by Scott Rudin.[9]

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On January 28, 2016, it was reported that Rudin, Washington, and Todd Black would produce a film adaptation of the play, directed by Washington and starring Washington and Viola Davis, reprising their roles from the 2010 revival that garnered both actors Tony Awards.[10] Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner came aboard to build on a draft written by Wilson before his death in 2005.[11] However, Wilson is the only credited screenwriter for the film,[12] while Kushner received a co-producer credit.

On April 4, 2016, Mykelti Williamson, Jovan Adepo, Russell Hornsby, Stephen Henderson, and Saniyya Sidney joined the cast, with Williamson, Hornsby, and Henderson also reprising their roles from the 2010 production.[13]

On April 25, 2016, it was reported that Fences had begun filming in Pittsburgh.[14] On June 14, 2016, principal photography was completed.[15] Post-production was completed in mid-November.[16] Charlotte Bruus Christensen was the director of photography,[17] David Gropman was the production designer,[18] Sharen Davis was the costume designer,[19] Hughes Winborne edited the film,[20] Sean Devereaux was the visual effects supervisor,[21] and Marcelo Zarvos composed the film's score.[22]

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