- Cast: Seth Rogen, Yvonne Strahovski, Colin Hanks, Adam Scott, Barbra Streisand, Danny Pudi, Kathy Najimy, Casey Wilson, Brandon Keener, Brett Cullen, Michael Cassidy, Dale Dickey, Nora Dunn, Paul Walling, Robert Curtis Brown, Fernando Lara, Eddie Shin, Steve Tom, Melanie Booth, Vicki Goldsmith, Analeis Lorig, Emily Pelz, Alan D. Purwin, David Dustin Kenyon, Natalie Pena, Julian Graham, Michael James Spall, Timothy 'TJ' James Driscoll, Wilder Shaw, Shaun Daley, Fritz Wurster, David Boller, Mads Finegan-Smith, Pedro Lopez, James Barbour, Sheldon Coolman, Roslyn Cohn, Marisa Baram
- Director: Anne Fletcher
- Writer: Dan Fogelman
- Producers: Evan Goldberg, John Goldwyn, Lorne Michaels
- Co Producer: James Weaver
- Executive Producers: David Ellison, Dan Fogelman, Evan Goldberg, Mary McLaglen, Seth Rogen, Paul Schwake, Barbra Streisand
- Art Direction: David Lazan
- Castings: Jorina King, Cathy Sandrich
- Costume Design: Danny Glicker
- D.O.P.: Oliver Stapleton
- Editor: Priscilla Nedd-Friendly
- Makeup: Lisa Layman
- Music: George Doering
- Production Design: Nelson Coates
- Set Decoration: Darlene Salinas
The story is about an inventor (Rogen) who invites his mother (Streisand) on a cross-country trip as he tries to sell his new product while also reuniting her with a lost love.
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Filming Locations: Las Vegas, USA; Los Angeles, USA
- MPAA Warning: Language and some risque material
- Production Companies: Broadway Video, John Goldwyn Productions, Paramount Pictures, Skydance Productions
- Production Schedule: 2 May 2011 - July 2011
2012 Guide Analysis: "Though she's popped up in short appearances in the 'Fockers' franchise, this marks Barbra Streisand's first starring role since "The Mirror has Two Faces" in 1996. Here she teams with comedian Seth Rogen who plays her inventor son. The pair head out on a cross country road trip as he tries to flog his new product and also reunite with a lost love.
Talk has labelled this a straight up comedy with both having ulterior motives for the car trip which will no doubt lead to assorted shenanigans. Anne Fletcher ("The Proposal") is directing from a script by Dan Fogelman ("Cars"), and with both stars combined in a relatable premise, it should score a decent opening and nice reviews."