"Molly's Game" is a 2017 American biographical crime drama film directed by Aaron Sorkin.
The starring cast includes Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Jeremy Strong, Chris O'Dowd, Bill Camp, Brian d'Arcy James, Graham Greene, Justin Kirk and others.

Here are "Molly's Game" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Molly's Game movie?

STXfilms on Thursday, October 05, 2017 released the trailer for "Molly's Game" you can watch here:
Molly's Game | Official Trailer 2 | Own it Now on Digital HD, Blu-ray & DVD.

Plot summary

What is Molly's Game movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Molly's Game" movie plot summary.

Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain) is a world-class mogul skier with Olympic aspirations, the result of years of enforced training from her overbearing father. In a qualifying event for the 2002 Winter Olympics, she was severely injured, ending her career.
Instead of following her original plan of attending law school, Molly decides to take a year off and move to Los Angeles. Once she arrives, she becomes a bottle service waitress at a club, where she meets Dean (Jeremy Strong), an ostentatious but unsuccessful real estate developer. She becomes his office manager, and he soon involves her in running his underground poker games. Many famous and wealthy individuals, such as movie stars, investment bankers, and sports players, are involved in Dean's game. Molly earns large sums of money in tips alone.
Molly is initially uninformed on poker topics but quickly learns how to appeal to the players to gain tips. In particular, she hopes to please the most successful player, Player X (Michael Cera), by attracting new players to the game. Dean, upon seeing that Molly is becoming increasingly independent in running the games, attempts to control her, and then he fires her. Molly, having gained contacts through years of running the game, decides to create her own poker games. She rents a penthouse at a hotel and hires a staff to help her run games. Additionally, she contacts employees at clubs and casinos to try and spread word about her poker games. Player (Kjartan Hewitt) X, along with many other players, decides to leave Dean's games to play at Molly's game. Molly becomes increasingly successful, gaining more money while being pressured by Player X to raise the stakes for her games. Harlan Eustice (Bill Camp), a skilled, conservative, and successful player, joins Molly's game. One night, after accidentally losing a hand to the notorious worst player in Molly's circle, Harlan becomes increasingly compulsive, suffering heavy losses (later, Molly finds out that Player X, who enjoys ruining people's lives more than the game itself, has been funding Harlan to keep him in the game). After Molly berates him for his unethical actions, Player X decides to change venue for his games, and the other players join him, leaving Molly.

Cast

Who plays who in the Molly's Game movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Molly's Game" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Jessica Chastain  as Molly Bloom
Idris Elba  as Charlie Jaffey Molly's lawyer
Kevin Costner  as Larry Bloom Molly's father and a clinical psychologist
Michael Cera  as Player X a composite character based on celebrity gamblers
Jeremy Strong  as Dean Keith the real estate developer
Chris O'Dowd  as Douglas Downey the man
Bill Camp  as Harlan Eustice a card sharp
Brian d'Arcy James  as Brad a hedge fund manager
Graham Greene  as Judge Foxman
Justin Kirk  as Jay
Angela Gots  as B
Natalie Krill  as Winston
Madison McKinley  as Shelby
Joe Keery  as Trust Fund Cole
Claire Rankin  as Charlene Bloom Molly's mother and Larry's wife
Victor Serfaty  as Diego
Jon Bass  as Shelly Habib
Samantha Isler  as teenage Molly
Piper Howell  as 7-Year-Old Molly
J.C. MacKenzie  as Harrison Wellstone
Stephanie Herfield  as Jesse
Michael Kostroff  as Louis Butterman
Whitney Peak  as Stella
Joey Brooks  as Eli
Kjartan Hewitt  as Player
Khalid Karim  as Neal (as Khalid Klein)
Chris Hoffman  as Derrick
Matthew D. Matteo  as Bobby (as Matthew Matteo)
Jacob Blair  as Jeremy Bloom
Chris Boyle  as Jordan Bloom
Duane Murray  as Agent Delarosa
Jeff Kassel  as Donnie Silverman
Dan Lett  as David Sagen
Timothy Mooney  as Reggie
Moti Yona  as Iliya Gershen
Leo Vernik  as Alex Gershen
John Nelles  as Ski Coach
Jason Weinberg  as John G
Rachel Skarsten  as Leah
Linette Doherty  as Court Clerk
Robert B. Kennedy  as Alexander
Morgan David Jones  as Brennan
Elisa Moolecherry  as Bankruptcy Lawyer
A.C. Peterson  as Stranger (as Alan C. Peterson)
Dov Tiefenbach  as Club Customer
Bo Martynowska  as Club Girl (as Bo Martyn)
Amy Rutherford  as Doctor
Frank Falcone  as Pit Boss
Kris Siddiqi  as Guest
Jonathan Purdon  as Jonathan Hirsch
David Reale  as LA Player
Jake Goldsbie  as LA Player
Todd Thomas Dark  as LA Player
Chris Owens  as LA Player
Gary Brennan  as LA Player
Tom Black  as LA Player
Ken Linton  as LA Player
Zachary Goodbaum  as LA Player
Tony Stellisano  as LA Player
Tommy Julien  as LA Player
Jason Pithawalla  as LA PLayer
James Hurlburt  as LA Player
John Krpan  as LA Player
Shane Harbinson  as LA Player
Vasilios Pappas  as LA Player (as Vasilios Bill Pappas)
Rae Anne Stroeder  as EMT #1
Alanna Macaulay  as EMT #2
George Tchortov  as Mike Davidoff
Thomas Hauff  as Mr. Sernovitz
Ari Cohen  as NY Player
David Lafontaine  as NY Player
David Gingrich  as NY Player
Jeffrey Parazzo  as NY Player (as Jeff Parazzo)
Bruno Verdoni  as Pat
Rico Tudico  as Paul
Mary Ashton  as Tracy (Commentator)
Lizzy DeClement  as Skate Rental Woman
Catherine Burdon  as Female Agent
Laura Cilevitz  as Jeremy's Girlfriend
Amy Stewart  as Jordan's Wife
Steve Brandes  as Court Marshall
Phil Primmer  as Ski Patrol Leader
Gurdeep Ahluwalia  as Commentator #1
Dan Duran  as Commentator #2
Vladimir Tsyglian  as Arthur Azen
Dennis Drummond  as Azen's Lawyer
Nicholas Banks  as Sigel's Lawyer
Michael Cohen  as Sigel
Karl Danhoffer  as Habib's Lawyer
Daoud Heidami  as Hot Dog Vendor
Maria Lerinman  as Waitress
Alyssa Veniece  as Bartender
Robin Read  as Frederick
Randy Noojin  as Plaza Doorman

Release date

When is Molly's Game movie release date?

"Molly's Game" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 8, 2017 (TIFF, Canada), on December 25, 2017 (United States), on January 3, 2018 (France), on January 4, 2018 (Hungary), on January 11, 2018 and on March 8, 2018 (Germany) distributing by STX Films, STX Entertainment, 01 Distribution, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Aurum Films, Blitz Film & Video Distribution, CaiChang International, Capella Films, Diamond Films, Finnkino, Forum Film Slovakia, Hopscotch Entertainment, Hopscotch Films, Kino Films, Sundream Motion Pictures, Monolith Films, Myndform, Norsk Filmdistribusjon, PT. Prima Cinema Multimedia, Phars Film, Pro Video Film & Distribution Kft., SND Films, Shani Films, Shaw Organisation, SquareOne Entertainment, Starway Film Distribution, Ster-Kinekor Pictures, Tanweer Alliances, Telepool, Ukrainian Film Distribution (UFD), Vertical Entertainment, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, Eagle Films, Film & TV House, Film1, GEM Entertainment, NOS Audiovisuais, RTL Entertainment, Sierra / Affinity, UFA Video, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE), Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nordic, Universum Film (UFA) and Yleisradio (YLE).

Filming

What are Molly's Game filming details?

The duration of the film is 141 minutes. With a budget of $30 million, the film grossed over $59.3 million.

"Molly's Game" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began on November 9, 2016, in Toronto.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Molly's Game movie?

"Molly's Game" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 82/100. The audience also loves the film.

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