Melissa McCarthy stars a woman who hits the road with her hard-drinking grandmother after learning that her husband has been unfaithful. The film from producers Adam McKay and Will Ferrell is set to hit theaters on July 2.
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Robert De Niro stars as a made man whose family has trouble fitting into the crime-free life. His wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) blows up a store after being insulted there. His son (John D'Leo) runs a minor criminal ring from school, and his daughter (Dianna Agron) beats up a would-be suitor.