- Cast: Alice Eve, Jay Baruchel, Krysten Ritter, Mike Vogel, Lindsay Sloane, Geoff Stults, Jasika Nicole, Debra Jo Rupp, Kim Shaw , T.J. Miller, Hayes MacArthur, Trevor Eve, Andrew Daly, Jessica St. Clair, Kyle Bornheimer, Adam LeFevre, Nate Torrence, Adam Tomei, Sharon Maughan, Brandi Engel, Jeffrey Jones, Robin Shorr, Evan Alex Cole, Krista Schwandt, David Morse, Patrick Jordan, Tom Stoviak
- Director: Jim Field Smith
- Writers: Sean Anders, John Morris
- Producers: Eric L. Gold, David B. Householter, Jimmy Miller
- Executive Producer: George Gatins
- Art Direction: Jim Gloster
- Costume Design: Molly Maginnis
- D.O.P.: Jim Denault
- Editor: Dan Schalk
- Makeup: Scott H. Eddo
- Music: Michael Andrews
- Production Design: Clayton Hartley
- Set Decoration: Casey Hallenbeck
Kirk (Jay Baruchel, "Knocked Up," "Tropic Thunder"), an average Joe, can't believe his luck. Though he's stuck in a seemingly dead-end job as an airport security agent, against all odds Molly (Alice Eve), a successful and outrageously gorgeous babe falls for him. Kirk is stunned. So are his friends, his family and even his ex-girlfriend. Now he has to figure out how to make the relationship work, even though he's the first to admit "She's Out of My League."
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Filming Locations: Pittsburgh, USA
- MPAA Warning: Language and sexual content
- Production Companies: Dreamworks Pictures, Mosaic Media Group
- Production Schedule: 27 March 2008 - May 2008
Previously titled "Hard 10".
2010 Guide Analysis: "Their crude but at times surprising 2008 comedy "Sex Drive" may have bombed, but the scribes behind that return in force this year with two of Spring's big comedies - this and "Hot Tub Time Machine". While the latter certainly has a more interesting concept and stronger cast, Paramount/Dreamworks have smartly been testing the waters with this one which apparently has some edgy and quite bawdy humor to it.
The result is a movie that many have immediately dismissed (including myself) actually testing better than expected with exhibitors and early audiences. Yet word of mouth is useless without some promotion and right now it's a film that's on nobody's radar. A cast of barely knowns and a first-time director aren't selling points either which makes buzz all that more important in this case. If the studio really has confidence in the product, now is the time to get the push on it going."