"Palm Springs" is a 2020 American science fiction romantic comedy film directed by Max Barbakow.
The starring cast includes Andy Samberg as Nyles, Cristin Milioti as Sarah Wilder, Peter Gallagher as Howard Wilder, Meredith Hagner as Misty, Camila Mendes as Tala Anne Wilder, Tyler Hoechlin as Abraham Eugene Trent "Abe" Schlieffen, Chris Pang as Trevor, Jacqueline Obradors as Pia Wilder, June Squibb as Nana Schlieffen, J. K. Simmons as Roy Schlieffen and others.

Here are "Palm Springs" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Palm Springs movie?

Hulu on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 released the trailer for "Palm Springs" you can watch here:
Palm Springs - Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original Film.

Plot summary

What is Palm Springs movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Palm Springs" movie plot summary.

On November 9 in Palm Springs, Nyles (Andy Samberg) and his girlfriend Misty (Meredith Hagner) attend the wedding of Tala (Camila Mendes) and Abe (Tyler Hoechlin). At the reception, Nyles bonds with the maid of honor, Sarah (Cristin Milioti). After he shows her Misty cheating on him, Sarah and Nyles go to the desert to have sex. As he undresses, Nyles is shot with an arrow fired by an assailant. Nyles crawls into a cave, warning Sarah not to follow him. Concerned for Nyles, Sarah follows him and is sucked into a vortex.
Sarah wakes up and finds it is November 9 again. She confronts Nyles in the pool, which results in Tala tripping and breaking two of her teeth. Nyles explains that, by following him into the cave, Sarah has become stuck in a time loop with him. Nyles, having been in the loop for some time, has stopped wearing formal attire to the wedding, engaged in day-drinking, forgotten what his job is, and has had a series of one-night stands.
Sarah tries many methods to escape, such as walking back into the cave, driving back to Austin, attempting acts of selflessness, and committing suicide, but all fail. Nyles and Sarah spend many days together, engaging in reckless or hedonistic activities. Nyles reveals that the man who shot him, Roy, is a family man from Irvine; Nyles once did drugs with him at the wedding, and inadvertently trapped him in the time loop. In revenge, Roy sometimes hunts Nyles, torturing or murdering him.
Nyles and Sarah camp out in the desert where they consume magic mushrooms, witness a herd of brachiosauruses and have sex. The next day, it is revealed that Sarah has been waking up in Abe's room having spent the night of November 8 with him and he advises her to leave before she is seen. A guilt-ridden Sarah refuses to talk to Nyles about their previous night, expressing that everything they do is meaningless. They are pulled over by a police officer who turns out to be Roy. Sarah rams into Roy with the police car, badly injuring him. After an argument during which Nyles says that pain still matters in the loop, he admits to Sarah that he had sex with her numerous times before she entered the time loop, something that he had lied about before. A disgusted Sarah runs in front of an oncoming truck, killing herself and restarting the day.


Who plays who in the Palm Springs movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Palm Springs" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Andy Samberg  as Nyles Misty's boyfriend and Sarah's love interest
Cristin Milioti  as Sarah Wilder half-sister of the bride Tala
Peter Gallagher  as Howard Wilder Sarah and Tala's father
Meredith Hagner  as Misty Nyles's girlfriend and Tala's bridesmaid
Camila Mendes  as Tala Anne Wilder Sarah's sister and the bride
Tyler Hoechlin  as Abraham Eugene Trent "Abe" Schlieffen Tala's fiancé
Chris Pang  as Trevor the wedding officiant
Jacqueline Obradors  as Pia Wilder Sarah's stepmother and Tala's mother
June Squibb  as Nana Schlieffen Abe's grandmother
J. K. Simmons  as Roy Schlieffen another person trapped within the time loop
Tongayi Chirisa  as Jerry a groomsman
Jena Friedman  as Daisy the Bartender
Dale Dickey  as Darla a woman in a bar
Conner O'Malley  as Randy a groomsman
Clifford V. Johnson  as Professor
Brian Duffy  as Spuds
Martin Kildare  as Ted the Bartender
Lilli Birdsell  as Jamie
Ryan Sturz  as Cop (as Ryan Sturtz)
Calki Garcia  as DJ Nice Height
Michelle Johnston  as Nosy Neighbor
Isla Sellers  as Roy's Daughter
Matt Smith  as Out of Town Dad
Becky Sloviter  as Out of Town Mom (as Rebecca Smith)
Jake Smith  as Out of Town Older Son
Noah Smith  as Out of Town Younger Son

Release date

When is Palm Springs movie release date?

"Palm Springs" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 26, 2020 (Sundance, Sundance Film Festival), on July 10, 2020 (United States) and on September 3, 2020 (Hungary) distributing by Neon, Hulu, Con Un Pack Distribución, Husky Films, Presidio, Amazon Prime Video, Gravel Road Distribution Group, I Wonder Pictures and Twelve Oaks Pictures.


What are Palm Springs filming details?

The duration of the film is 90 minutes. With a budget of $5 million, the film grossed over $765,535.

"Palm Springs" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Palm Springs movie?

"Palm Springs" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 95/100.

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