Four women with vastly different ideas about love and relationships navigate the single life of New York City. Taking a break from her long-term boyfriend Josh (Nicholas Braun), Alice (Dakota Johnson) sets out on a journey of self-discovery with her hard-drinking new friend Robin (Rebel Wilson). Meanwhile, Alice's career-driven older sister Meg (Leslie Mann) struggles with the idea of settling down, and uptight romantic Lucy (Alison Brie) searches for her perfect match. Adapted from former SEX AND THE CITY writer Liz Tuccillo's debut novel, this modern rom com was directed by Christian Ditter.
Abby Kohn - Screenwriter
Marc Silverstein - Screenwriter
Angela Johnson - Makeup; Assistant Makeup
Chris Jordan - Special Effects Technician
Dana Fox - Screenwriter, WEDDING DATE (2005)
Liz Tuccillo - Writer
Stephen X. Apicella
Hollywood Visual Effects
Psyop - Visual Effects
Leslie Mann - Actress/"The Cable Guy"
Nicholas Braun - Actor - WALTER AND HENRY
Judith Lightfoot Clarke
Jason Mantzoukas - Actor
Damon Wayans Jr. - Star, son of Damon Wayans
Kevin W. Yamada
Mickey Gooch Jr.
Tony Cheng - Actor
Ella June Conroy
Zani Jones Mbayise
Richard Bumper Walker
Dewitt Fleming Jr.
Allan Greenberg - Actor
"[Johnson] shares scenes with Leslie Mann that really get the job done; they're funny and charming and a little bit off-plot, so everybody can relax into them." - 02/11/2016 Los Angeles Times
"HOW TO BE SINGLE marks a positive step forward for the romantic comedy....At the end of this movie some characters end up happy in relationships, and some end up truly happy on their own." - 02/11/2016 A.V. Club
"[D]irector Christian Ditter pulls off a pretty tricky feat in balancing the films pervasive bawdiness with moments of real substance and heart." - 02/12/2016 RogerEbert.com
"Its one of the most endearing romantic comedies in recent memory, with some laugh-out-loud dialogue, gorgeous photography and uniformly charming performances from the entire cast." - 02/11/2016 Chicago Sun-Times