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Neighbors (2014)

  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 34,500 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 9 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 96 min
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  • IMDb page: Neighbors (2014)
  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 34,500 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 9 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 96 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $18,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $128,966,365 (USA) (30 May 2014)
  • Director: Nicholas Stoller
  • Stars: Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Michael Andrews   
  • Soundtrack: Good Day
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Fraternity | Party | Friendship | Topless Female Nudity | Punched In The Stomach

Writing Credits By:

  • Andrew J. Cohen (written by) (as Andrew Jay Cohen) &
  • Brendan O'Brien (written by)

Known Trivia

  • The final scene between Mac and Teddy outside of the Abercrombie and Fitch store was completely improvised. Zac Efron had no idea that Seth Rogen would take off his shirt. 326 of 329 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Zac Efron broke his hand during his fight scene with Dave Franco. The writers and producers were panicking and started to plan how the broken hand would fit into the movie, and how much the budget would change. However, they were surprised to learn that Efron arranged an emergency surgery so he could be back on set one day later. 243 of 248 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The film was originally written as Mac and his friends going against the fraternity, but after Seth Rogen’s wife read the script, she said that his friends would not care about the fraternity war and suggested writing Mac’s wife into the script instead. 154 of 157 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The baby turning around to look at Mac and Kelly having sex in the first scene of the film was accidental. The scene was originally supposed to end after Seth Rogen turned her around, however the director noticed that the baby kept looking around to watch Rogen and Rose Byrne, so he instructed one of the camera men to film the baby. According to the director, if you listen closely, you can hear Rogen and Byrne laugh after the baby turns around to watch them. 62 of 63 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • All of the actors took major pay cuts in order to help save money for the budget, in particular, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron. 90 of 93 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Seth Rogen said that the baby eating the condom made him laugh till he cried. 203 of 215 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to the film’s actors and director, the twin girls who played Stella were incredibly well behaved and were always smiling and happy. The only time one of the babies became upset and started to cry was when Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne yelled at each other while filming their fight scene. 70 of 72 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • On the day he was supposed to film his love scene, Dave Franco got a blemish on his butt and had to go to the make-up artist and ask if she could cover it with make-up. 156 of 166 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The film earned its production budget back on the first day of the film’s theatrical release in the United States. The budget was $18,000,000, and the film made $19,574,490 on its opening day. 47 of 48 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The entire cast and crew became very attached to the twin baby girls who played Stella. The entire cast and crew went to the set on the babies’ last day of filming so they could say goodbye to them. 69 of 72 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): The address to the Frat house is 2202 and is painted on the sidewalk. When the officer calls for assistance he says it is 2203.

Plot: A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house. Full summary »  »

Story: Kelly and Mac are settling down in a quiet neighborhood with their newborn child, until the frat brothers move into the house next door. Teddy is the President, and Pete is his right hand man, and they’re quick to accept friendship when Kelly and Mac introduce themselves as the neighbors. Night after night, Mac asks Teddy to lower the fraternity’s noise, even accepting the invitation to the party one evening. When Teddy goes back on his word to keep the partying down, Mac calls the police to deal with the problem. The police quickly blame Mac for their presence, and the war begins. As the family feuds with the frat brothers, things get hilariously dangerous and the fraternity end ups on thin ice with their college. After receiving their final warning and being placed on probation, Mac and Kelly pull a prank so ingenious that Teddy and Mac are forced to respond. All hell breaks loose, from Robert DeNiro parties to Christopher Mintz-Plasse having sex in the bushes, this comedy shows how… Written byMayor_G

Synopsis

Synopsis: Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) Radner try to have spontaneous sex in their dining room. Their six-month-old daughter Stella (Elise and Zoey Vargas) wont stop watching them, so they give up. Having a baby and owning a house doesnt make them old, they declare. When Mac leaves for work, he and Kelly see a biracial gay couple with an infant taking a tour of the house next door. This is the second dream scenario (the first being, according to Mac, a Taco Bell opening up next door).

At work, Macs boss Bill (Brian Huskey) tells him he needs a file by the end of the day. Macs friend Jimmy (Ike Barinholtz) interrupts them, claiming he and Mac have another important file to work on together. It proves to be an excuse for the two of them to sneak out back and smoke a joint. Jimmy asks about Stella and Kelly, and Mac admits their lives have mostly returned to normal. Kelly wont let him see her breasts anymore, opting to wear a wife beater during sex, but he can deal. Jimmy says that because Mac and Kelly are the only people in their friend group to have a kid and a house, it makes them seem a decade older than the rest of them. Jimmy, who is recently divorced, describes how sexually free women have become. Mac looks worried that he has become boring.

That night, Jimmys ex-wife Paula (Carla Gallo) calls Kelly and Mac, begging them to come out with her. They dont have a babysitter, so Paula suggests they bring her along with them. Mac and Kelly are desperate enough to get out that they agree. When it comes time to pack all of the things Stella will need, they become so overwhelmed that they collapse in their doorway. At the end of the night, Paula calls them to brag about what a fabulous time she had. Kelly is distraught.

A few days later, Delta Psi, a fraternity, moves in next door. They observe their new neighbors from their porch. "That is the hottest guy I have ever seen," Mac says about Teddy (Zac Efron). "He looks like something a gay guy designed in a laboratory." They quickly realize that the fraternity will throw lots of loud parties. Kelly and Mac agree they need to introduce themselves to the brothers and tell them to "keep it down." To emphasize their coolness, they will also offer them some weed. They receive a warm greeting from the men of Delta Psi. Teddy and Pete (Dave Franco) are in charge and fawn over Stella. Teddy even flirts with Kelly. Mac offers them a joint, and the brothers cheer. Kelly kills the mood when she yells, "Keep it down!" Teddy agrees they wont make too much noise and asks them to check in with him or Pete before calling the cops.

Teddy and Pete address their brothers in the basement of their new home. According to them, Delta Psi has a rich history of epic party moments. In the 1930s, the frat created the first toga parties. In the 1970s, they invented beer pong. Teddy and Pete want to add their faces to the fraternitys Hall of Fame by throwing the most outrageous end-of-the-year party ever. They end the meeting by chanting loudly. The noise wakes Mac and Kelly. They hear loud music, too and go next door to ask the guys to turn down the volume. Teddy answers the door, revealing a drug-and-booze fueled party. He agrees to turn the music down. Mac and Kelly are intrigued by the party, but Teddy says good night to them. Upon further reflection, Teddy tells Pete they should invite "the old people to their party. They want to get on their good side, right?" He and Pete open the door and call after Mac and Kelly. Kelly has a baby monitor on her phone, "so whats the harm in coming inside for a tour of the house?" Mac and Kelly, desperate for excitement, go inside the fraternity.

Mac does drugs with Teddy and Pete. Kelly dances with college girls. Eventually Teddy brings Mac to his room, the Lions Den, which encompasses the entire top floor of the house. The Lions Den is off limits during parties, and its where the guys keep their most important belongings: drugs, passports, extra ping pong paddles. Mac notices a huge stash of fireworks in the corner, but Teddy tells him the last time Delta Psi used those, they burnt down their house. He ends the tour by showing Mac the breaker box. Flipping one of the switches turns on all of the neon lights in the backyard. "Welcome to paradise," Teddy says to Mac. Mac and Kelly spend the rest of the night bonding with Teddy and his girlfriend Brooke (Halston Sage) respectively. When they go home in the morning, Teddy asks if they were serious about Delta Psi keeping the noise down. Kelly and Mac say they were. Teddy reminds them to call him before calling the cops if the fraternity is too loud.

Another night later, another Delta Psi party. Mac calls Teddy ten times to tell him to quiet down, but no one answers the phone. Kelly tells him to call the cops anonymously, so the fraternity wont know they made a complaint. They watch a police car pull up next door. Teddy and Pete come outside to talk to Officer Watkins (Hannibal Buress). Kelly and Mac panic when Watkins points to their house and all three men come to their door. At first Mac pretends he didnt call the police, but Watkins reminds him of caller ID. When Mac and Kelly complain about the noise, Teddy protests that they were partying with them last night. He shows the cop a drunken video of Mac. Mac rescinds the complaint, and Watkins accuses him of crying wolf. "Never call us again," he warns. Teddy feels betrayed by Mac and Kelly. "Im not mad," he tells them, "Im just disappointed."

The next morning. Mac and Kelly awaken to find their lawn strewn with toilet paper and empty beer cans. Later, Pete cuts one of their "expensive bushes" into the shape of a bent over man. When Mac and Kelly try to remove the bush, it looks as though they are having sex with it. Mac thinks they should lead a neighborhood-wide revolution against Delta Psis antics, but they find that the fraternity has befriended everyone living in the surrounding houses. Their realtor says they cannot sell their house, because no one wants to live next to a fraternity. The next afternoon, Mac and Kelly clean their front lawn of Delta Psi debris. They leave Stella on a blanket and are horrified when they discover a condom in her mouth. They rush her to the emergency room, and thankfully, she is fine. Mac and Kelly go to Dean Gladstone (Lisa Kudrow) at Delta Psis university, but she cannot help them either. The university has a three strikes policy when it comes to fraternities, and burning down their previous house only counts as their first strike.

Back at their home, Mac and Kelly have reached a tipping point. Kelly proclaims that she is a mama bear who must protect her cub. They decide to cause damage to the fraternitys house, because Delta Psi does not have enough money to cover monumental repairs. They could force them to move. Mac busts their pipes, causing the basement to flood. The brothers gather to assess the damage, and Pete tells them the foundation of the house is ruined. Scoonie (Christopher Mintze-Plasse) complains that they need to take action, not stand around with "their dicks in their hands." This gives Teddy and Pete the idea to create and sell Delta Psi dildos to raise the money they need. Their sale is successful enough that they cannot only fix their basement but also purchase a gigantic hot tub and outdoor speakers. Their parties become louder and rowdier.

Kelly comes up with a plan. Fraternities are founded upon brotherhood and loyalty, so they need to get someone from Delta Psi to put "hos" before "bros." Mac doubts such a feat can be accomplished, but Kelly has noticed the way Brooke looks at Pete. She suspects Teddys girlfriend and his best friend have a thing for each other. She enlists Paula and Jimmy to help them. Mac and Kelly hire a babysitter for Stella, and they take their friends to a Delta Psi party. Mac tells Teddy he wants to broker a truce, and the pair engages in a friendly dance-off. Kelly sends Paula to distract Scoonie and Jimmy to distract Brookes best friend Whitney (Ali Cobrin) so she can push Pete and Brooke together without interruption. When Brooke and Pete inevitably head upstairs to have sex, it is Macs responsibility to point Teddy in their direction.

Everything goes according to plan. Kelly finds Brooke and Pete and jokes about the two of them hooking up. She kisses Brooke seductively and then kisses Pete. To seal the deal, she pushes Brooke and Pete together. After a moments resistance, they make out wildly and quickly head upstairs. Mac swivels on the dance floor so Teddy sees them holding hands. He goes searching for them. Moments later, Garf (Jerrod Carmichael) bursts into Petes room, where he is having sex with Brooke. He tells them that Teddy saw them. Pete finds Teddy, but when he asks if hes okay, Teddy punches him. They grab each others balls, and Pete uses his secret skill of becoming erect at will to get Teddy to let him go. Mac cheers that they should throw things off of the porch, and Teddy is upset enough that he agrees. When he throws a lit barbecue off of the porch, it rolls into the path of an oncoming car. The barbecue bounces off of the car and hits an old man walking down the street. The man lives, so Kelly and Mac feel victorious. They get incredibly drunk to celebrate.

The next morning they wake up to peace and quiet. Kellys breasts are painfully full of milk, but she cannot nurse Stella because she is still a little drunk. She lifts her top to reveal darkened veins snaking away from her nipples. "Your boobs look like my grandmas legs," Mac complains. To his dismay, he has to milk his wife. When Kelly feels more comfortable, they agree that it was worth it, because Delta Psi will disband.

Teddy, Scoonie, and Garf sit in Dean Gladstones office. Teddy wants to know where Pete is, and Scoonie tells him he is at the jobs fair. When Dean Gladstone arrives, she berates them for injuring the man on the street. The Dean tells them that this is their second strike, and they are on probation for the rest of the school year. If they throw any kind of party, she will shut Delta Psi down. Afterwards, Teddy finds Pete at the jobs fair. They make amends, and Pete returns to talking to prospective employers. Teddy speaks briefly with someone at AT&Ts booth, but given that he doesnt know what the company does, he is turned away.

Kelly and Mac go to Jimmy to get him to help them give Delta Psi their final strike. They say they dislike how messy the fraternity is, but Jimmy thinks they want to party with the brothers again (rather than go back to their boring lives). Kelly and Mac goad Jimmy into helping him by reminding him that Paula is hooking up with Scoonie (who happens to have a giant penis). Jimmy buckles and asks them, "Whats the plan?" Mac knows hazing gets fraternities in lots of trouble. They invite on of Delta Psis pledges, Assjuice (Craig Roberts), out for coffee to get him to spy on Teddy and the others. They remind Assjuice of how poorly Teddy, Pete, Garf, and the others treat him. Assjuice flashes back to some of the indignities he has suffered: being teabagged, being hit, being scared out of bed by a deer head so he jumps into a pile of poop. Assjuice tells Kelly, Mac, and Jimmy he has endured hell and has been promised infinite blowjobs once he becomes a full-fledged brother. He wont turn against Delta Psi. Then Kelly offers him $1,000, and he buckles.

Jimmy gives Assjuice a pair of glasses with a camera built into the frame. It will record everything Assjuice sees. Mac, Kelly, and Jimmy watch from a computer as Assjuice and the other pledges are forced to crawl around naked, in a circle, with their noses pressed to the next pledges butt. Teddy, Pete, and the others scream insults at them. Assjuice breaks ranks and bellows that hes a human being. Teddy seems furious. "Im going to haze you so hard your face falls off!" he yells as Kelly, Mac, and Jimmy cheer. With that footage, it seems certain Dean Gladstone will shut down Delta Psi. Teddy drags Assjuice into another room, but instead of hurting the younger man, he is concerned from him. "In my opinion," he says, "youre one of our strongest pledges." He wants to know if Assjuice is alright. When the pledge admits hes tired and stressed, Teddy sends him upstairs to rest. The trio are no longer celebrating. Their mood sours even more when Assjuice confesses to Teddy that Kelly and Mac hired him to spy on Delta Psi. He tells them that Kelly and Mac are also behind the busted water pipes and getting Pete and Brooke to have sex. Teddy takes his glasses, looks into a mirror, and tells the couple they have gone too far.

The next morning, Kelly finds that the airbags in her car have been removed. She calls Mac at work to tell him she thinks the fraternity is behind the theft. Mac sits down on his chair and is catapulted into the ceiling as one of the airbags deploys. Moments later Jimmy sits down and suffers a similar injury. When Mac returns home, Kelly tells him, "We went too far, and now its getting dangerous." Mac, on the other hand, is focused on revenge. Kelly tells him to grow up, because their family might be in danger. "You should take responsibility," Mac snipes. He thinks Kelly should have stopped him from engaging in warfare with the fraternity in the first place. Kelly is offended. She doesnt want to have to be the responsible one all of the time and just because shes a woman. She tells him she doesnt think theyre a good team anymore, and Mac agrees. Kelly grabs Stella and leaves him to find the rest of the undeployed airbags (of which there should be four remaining). Pete and Teddy watch Kelly strap Stella into her car seat and drive off. Pete, as a child of divorce, worries that they have contributed to the failure of Macs and Kellys marriage. Teddy, as the child of parents who love each other, replies that he couldnt care less.

Mac deploys the rest of the airbags and eventually ends up in Stellas nursery. Seeing her empty crib makes him miss her and Kelly, so he drives to Paulas house, where the pair have been staying. Kelly has missed him just as much, and they kiss and embrace.

Pete finds Teddy sitting in front of Delta Psis Wall of Fame. Teddy is depressed that they wont be able to throw any more parties and that he will therefore not be able to put his picture on the wall. Pete says none of the stories about the brothers on the wall are true anyways, so he should put his picture on the wall if it means that much to him. Did he really think Delta Psi brothers invented beer pong? Teddy is incensed that Pete would doubt their lore, and Pete encourages him to think about the things that actually matter, like their lives after college. He thinks Teddy is so focused on "the old couple" because they remind him of the future, and he hates that. Teddy tells Pete to go fuck his girlfriend again. Did Pete really think Teddy would get over that so easily? The two part angrily. After Pete leaves, Teddy sees Mac and Kelly pull up in their car. They kiss on the sidewalk. He goes over to their house, but neither of them wants to see him. To Mac and Kelly, the war is over. Teddy reminds them that he will be gone in a few months, but many more will replace him. He taunts them by saying that Stella will grow up watching shirtless, handsome boys. He reignites his neighbors anger.

Kelly and Mac have drinks with Jimmy and plot Delta Psis demise. Jimmy inadvertently gives them the idea to send Teddy a fake letter from Dean Gladstone saying that Delta Psis probation has been revoked. When Teddy receives the letter, he is ecstatic. He and the others set to work planning the most epic party ever. Kelly, Mac, and Jimmy do different celebrity impressions so they can call into radio stations and promote the party.

The night of the party arrives. Teddy and the other brothers have hot boxed the entire house. Hundreds of guests arrive, and the party is insane. Next door, Mac calls the cops to complain about the noise. Officer Watkins responds to the call. Garf finds a flier promoting the party and brings it to Teddy. Delta Psi promotes its parties exclusively online. They realize that Mac and Kelly must have something to do with it, because only old people would use fliers to promote something. Teddy shows Garf and Pete the fake letter, and Pete notices there is Hebrew on the schools insignia rather than Latin. They panic and shut down the party. As the music stops, the lights come back on, and people stream out of the house next door, Kelly and Mac realize Delta Psi has stopped the party. Jimmy confesses he used Hebrew instead of Latin on the insignia, so now the three of them will have to go across the street and restart the party.

Officer Watkins pulls up to the fraternity in time to see the party has broken up. Garf comes out to assure him everything is winding down. Watkins asks Garf about his name, and when Garf says his full name is Garfield, Watkins pesters him with trivia about the cartoon cat. Mac, Kelly, and Jimmy get inside and manage to get to the second floor of house. Teddy is in the Lions Den, though, and Jimmy throws himself off of the balcony to cause a distraction. He breaks his leg but manages to draw Teddy out of his room. Unfortunately for Kelly and Mac, his door has a combination lock, and he slams it as he runs out. Jimmy confesses that he hurt himself to distract Teddy, and the fraternity president rushes back to his bedroom. Mac figures out the combination is 4-2-0 and gets Kelly through the door just as Teddy charges up to him. Mac and Teddy fight each other as Kelly tries to open the breaker box, which is also locked. Down on the street, Garf has finally finished his conversation with Watkins, and the officer starts to drive away. Kelly sees the fireworks in the corner of the Lions Den, lights one, and shoots it through the open window of Watkins car. Watkins loses control of his car and calls for backup just as the lights go off and the loud music begins again.

Teddy and Mac have stopped fighting, but neither knows what is going on. As it turns out, Scoonie showed Paula the secret outdoor breaker box, and he restarted the party for her. Jimmy hobbles out of the house and finds them. He tells Scoonie to get away from his wife, and the fraternity brother complies. Paula is touched by Jimmys possessiveness over her, and the two kiss wildly. "Lets have a baby," Paula tells him. "A baby will solve all of our problems," Jimmy agrees.

Outside, Teddy finds Pete and tells him to get the other brothers and run. He will take full responsibility for throwing the party and for shooting fireworks at Watkins. Pete refuses to leave Teddy behind, but Teddy would rather he focus on his bright future. "I love you," Pete tells Teddy before gathering the other brothers and running away. Watkins arrests Teddy, hitting him in the leg with his baton.

Mac and Kelly return home, sated by their victory. As they watch Stella sleep, they admit that their lives have changed. They will be responsible for their daughters life until theyre "really fucking old." Even though its weird to leave their youthful antics behind, both of them have found things they enjoy about adulthood. Kelly loves the smell of freshly ground coffee, and Mac wants to grow tomatoes. They fall asleep in bed eating pizza with ranch sauce.

Four months later.

Mac sees Teddy working as a male model outside of an Abercrombie and Fitch store. Despite their past animosities, the two men embrace warmly. Teddy is happy at Abercrombie because he meets lots of hot women there. Pete works at a big architecture firm now, and the rest of the brothers bought a new house just off campus. Mac asks if he can join Teddy for a little bit, and when Teddy agrees, he takes off his shirt and models with him. Teddy tells Mac he makes the store seem more approachable. Mac goes home, where he and Kelly are making a pop culture calendar of Stella. They receive a Facetime call from Paula and Jimmy, who are at Burning Man. They decline the other couples invitation to join them. Instead, they decide that after dressing Stella as Jesse Pinkman from ‘Breaking Bad’, they should dress her as Don Draper from ‘Mad Men’.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Brian Bell known as executive producer
  • Andrew J. Cohen known as executive producer (as Andrew Jay Cohen)
  • Joseph Drake known as executive producer
  • Meryl Emmerton known as production executive
  • Evan Goldberg known as producer
  • Nathan Kahane known as executive producer
  • Brendan O'Brien known as executive producer
  • Seth Rogen known as producer
  • James Weaver known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Seth Rogen known as Mac Radner
  • Rose Byrne known as Kelly Radner
  • Elise Vargas known as Stella
  • Zoey Vargas known as Stella
  • Brian Huskey known as Bill Wazowkowski
  • Ike Barinholtz known as Jimmy
  • Carla Gallo known as Paula
  • Zac Efron known as Teddy Sanders
  • Dave Franco known as Pete
  • Halston Sage known as Brooke
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse known as Scoonie
  • Jerrod Carmichael known as Garf
  • Craig Roberts known as Assjuice
  • Ali Cobrin known as Whitney
  • Kira Sternbach known as Brittany
  • Fahim Anwar known as Rival Frat Guy #1
  • Ori Kalmus known as Rival Frat Guy #2
  • Steven Michael Eich known as Thumbsucker
  • Andy Samberg known as Toga #1
  • Akiva Schaffer known as Toga #2
  • Jorma Taccone known as Toga #3
  • Adam DeVine known as Beer Pong Guy #1
  • Blake Anderson known as Beer Pong Guy #2
  • Anders Holm known as Beer Pong Guy #3
  • Kyle Newacheck known as Beer Pong Guy #4
  • Jake Johnson known as Sebastian Cremmington
  • Hannibal Buress known as Officer Watkins
  • Liz Cackowski known as Wendy the Realtor
  • Jason Mantzoukas known as Doctor Theodorakis
  • Lisa Kudrow known as Dean Carol Gladstone
  • Jesse Heiman known as The Babysitter
  • Randall Park known as Rep
  • Natasha Leggero known as Prostitute
  • Casey Ford Alexander known as Gay Couple (uncredited)
  • Robert Michael Anderson known as 30's Frat Boy (uncredited)
  • Meghan Aruffo known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Melanie Avalon known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Thomas R. Baker known as Alien Guard (uncredited)
  • Chasty Ballesteros known as Alecia (uncredited)
  • Marianne Bourg known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Sasha Bujnak known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Robbie Carlysle known as Dr. Junk (uncredited)
  • Aaron Colom known as Street Dice Player (uncredited)
  • Ilia Constantine known as Tiger (uncredited)
  • Zack Cosby known as Stink (uncredited)
  • Nick de Graffenreid known as 1970's Delta Psi Beta President (uncredited)
  • Holli Dean known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Alanna Dergan known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Robert A. Dunne known as Pledge (uncredited)
  • Fernando Duran known as Delta Psi Fraternity Brother (uncredited)
  • Mark Casimir Dyniewicz known as Homeless #3 (uncredited)
  • Elsi Eng known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Ayesha Fraser known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Danika Galindo known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Courtney Hart known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Stacia Hitt known as Sorority Sister (uncredited)
  • Antonio James known as Party Goer (uncredited)
  • Bettina Kenney known as Siri (voice) (uncredited)
  • Ashley Leilani known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Scot London known as Frat Party DJ (uncredited)
  • Cameron Miller known as 1930's Frat Brother (uncredited)
  • Nathan Mohebbi known as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Rachel Ann Mullins known as Delta Psi Beta Little Sister (uncredited)
  • Demetrice Nguyen known as Noah (uncredited)
  • Christian O'Brien known as Rif Raf (uncredited)
  • Justin Oberts known as Fraternity Brother (uncredited)
  • Maria Olsen known as Prostitute (uncredited)
  • Jason Pickar known as Riff Raff (uncredited)
  • David James Pryce known as Delta Psi Fraternity Brother (uncredited)
  • Susana Rodriguez known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Daniel Roman known as Student (uncredited)
  • Gary Sievers known as Homeless Man (uncredited)
  • Allen Singh known as Thug #2 (uncredited)
  • Cassandra Starr known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Justin Teitell known as Rival Frat Bro (uncredited)
  • Stephen Todt known as JJ (uncredited)
  • Bridgetta Tomarchio known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Amber Sharae Topsy known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Erika Del Toro known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • Olia Voronkova known as Sorority Girl (uncredited)
  • D.J. Waldman known as Ruth Bader Ginsburg (uncredited)
  • Chad Zapfe known as Frat Guy (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Laurene Alvarado known as makeup artist
  • Matt Danon known as key hair stylist
  • Maggie Fung known as key makeup artist
  • Lee Gren known as graphic designer specialty tattoos: Tinsley Studio
  • Peter Robb-King known as makeup department head
  • Joy Zapata known as hair department head

Art Department:

  • Isaac Badillo known as labor foreman
  • William Eliscu known as lead graphic designer
  • Jeff Errico known as storyboard artist
  • Simon Michael Holt known as assistant property master
  • Jamie Klenk known as art department assistant
  • Sean Mannion known as property master
  • Christine Mitchell known as Assistant Art Department Coordinator
  • Jason Perrine known as graphic designer
  • Eric Rood known as set dresser
  • Brett V. Shirley known as leadman
  • Wayne Springfield known as construction coordinator
  • Casey Van Maanen known as set dresser (reshoots)
  • Nic Weethee known as set dresser

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Good Universe
  • Point Grey Pictures

Other Companies:

  • Atlantic Records  soundtrack
  • B.A. Department, The  business affairs
  • Berliner Synchron  post-production sound services
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  hydrascope telescoping crane arm (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera system (uncredited)
  • Chef Robért Catering  catering
  • Panavision  camera equipment provided by
  • Trevanna Post  post production accounting

Distributors:

  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)

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Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:

  • Joe Greenberg known as visual effects coordinator
  • Isaac Lipstadt known as visual effects producer: Hammerhead Productions
  • Jesse Morrow known as visual effects artist
  • Cat Rowe known as digital colorist assist
  • Jay Warren known as digital intermediates visual effects producer

MPAA: Rated R for pervasive language, strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use throughout

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