|Out In the Town|
|Directed by||Steven Zaillian|
|Produced by|| Steven Spielberg|
|Written by|| John Sturtridge|
|Starring|| John Sturtridge|
|Music by||Graeme Revell|
|Cinematography by||Janusz Kaminski|
|Edited by||Steven Rosenblum|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Release date||December 25, 2016|
|Running time||127 minutes|
Out In the Town is an upcoming 2016 American musical comedy film starring John Sturtridge, Zach Hammer, Davey Towers, Kevin Bacon, Kiefer Sutherland and Harrison Ford and directed by Schindler's List screenwriter Steven Zaillian. The film will be released in theaters on May 27, 2019 produced by Amblin Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures.
- John Sturtridge as Tom McBrayer, a Methodist young man.
- Zach Hammer as George Mitchell, a Methodist friend of McBrayer.
- Davey Towers as Lyle Byrnes, another Methodist friend of McBrayer.
- Kevin Bacon as Damon van Potts, a Neo-Nazi group leader.
- Harrison Ford as Reverend Burke, minister of the Methodist Church.
- Kiefer Sutherland as Keith Charles, the Neo-Nazi Gruppenfuhrer.
- Jonathan Pryce as Hal Franklin, the Neo-Nazi flag holder.
- Lance Guest as Lt. Jordon Schneider, a former United States Marine and Neo-Nazi Architect.
- Michael Palin as Igor Simms, a police officer.
- Christopher Lloyd as John Ebert, another police officer.
- Charles Fleischer as Abram Johnson, the town bum.
- Doug Walker as Horace Keegan, a cop.
- Dimitri Diatchenko as Leo Crothers, an Illinois Soviet.
- Morgan Lofting as Tetra Von Clifton, an Illinois Soviet.
- Matt Craven as Shawn Kayston, secret agent of the town
- Daniel London as Truman Eastwood, the apartment clerk.
- Nicola Peltz as Carrie Banderas, George's girlfriend
- Sarah Hatch as Julia Doyle, Lyle's girlfriend
- Elle Fanning as Tress McGuffin, Tom's girlfriend
- Stephen Baldwin as Kevin McConnell, another cop
- Christian Redl as Franz Kerrigan, a Neo-Nazi drunkard
- Ulrich Noethen as Louis Schulz, another Neo-Nazi drunkard
In other languages
- Brazil: Fora da Cidade ("Out in the City")