A new clip from Man Up released

MAN UP stars SIMON PEGG (Star Trek and Mission: Impossible 5, The World’s End) and LAKE BELL (In a World, Million Dollar Arm), with an excellent supporting cast including Rory Kinnear (Spectre, Broken), Olivia Williams (Hyde Park on Hudson), Sharon Horgan (‘Catastrophe’, ‘Pulling’), Harriet Walter (Atonement), Ken Stott (The Hobbit Trilogy), Stephen Campbell Moore (The History Boys) and Ophelia Lovibond (‘Elementary’, Guardians of the Galaxy). MAN UP is directed by Ben Palmer (The Inbetweeners Movie) and written by Tess Morris. Produced by Nira Park, James Biddle and Rachael Prior. STUDIOCANAL and BBC Films present MAN UP, a Big Talk Pictures production.

Meet Nancy (Lake Bell): 34, single (still), hung-over (again), and exhausted by the endless futile set ups foisted upon her by well-meaning but clueless friends. As she travels across London to toast another 10 years of her parent’s blissfully happy marriage, 40 year old, freshly-hatched divorcee Jack (Simon Pegg) mistakes her for his 24 year old blind date. In a moment of uncharacteristic optimism (or insanity?), Nancy decides to just go with it… What follows is a chaotic, unconventional, hilarious night neither of them will ever forget. There will be drinking, there will be home truths; there will be an old classmate with a long-standing crush and stalker tendencies. There will be lost divorce papers, lost hopes, competitive indoor sports and an epic venue-to-venue urban triathlon. Oh, and the small matter of Jack finding out that Nancy isn’t actually his real blind date. MAN UP is a romantic comedy about being yourself... or perhaps not being yourself. It's about taking chances, making decisions and rolling with the consequences.

Man Up – Released on May 29

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