The film stars Patrick Wilson as a limo driver named Stretch who has one shift left to pay off a big debt to a bookie. When he picks up a billionaire, played by Chris Pine, he vows to fulfill his every request, no matter how strange, in the hopes he might get a tip big enough to settle his score. But as the night becomes weirder than Stretch could have anticipated, he worries that this shift might be his last.
Toub will play the no-nonsense owner of the limo company that employs Stretch, while Liotta and Hasselhoff are expected to cameo as themselves, according to an individual familiar with the project. Ed Helms and James Badge Dale co-star alongside Brooklyn Decker.
The Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions film will start shooting in Los Angeles on June 30 and is set for a North American release on March 21.
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