Zachary and the Summer Sisters (2017)
R | 2h 41min | Animation, Comedy, Thriller | 4 August 2017 (USA)
Zachary Bortz gets along with his female friends and housemates as they tell him all about their modeling careers and eroticism and the pros and cons of sexual activity.
Director, Producers and Writer
Director and Co-Producer: Kathryn Bigelow
Producers: Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips
Co-Producer and Writer: Mark Boal
Regan Burns, Leslie Mann, Alison Brie (see full cast below)
Cast overview, first billed only:
- Regan Burns-...-Zachary Bortz
- Leslie Mann-...-Alexis Bortz
- Alison Brie-...-Alexa and Lucy Bortz
- Nancy Cartwright-...-Ava Bortz
- Yeardley Smith-...-Courtney Bortz
- Amy Poehler-...-Alexandra Bortz
- Katy Perry-...-Me-Mow Bortz
- Peyton List-...-Grace Bortz
- Laura Marano-...-Lexia Bortz
- Dakota Johnson-...-Meredith Bortz
- Portia Doubleday-...-Alex Bortz
- Ellen DeGeneres-…-Shea Bortz
- Anne Hathaway-...-Madison Bortz
In the dining room, Zachary Bortz asks Grace and Lexia if they're his favorite lesbians as they are his best friends. They say yes and they kiss him on the cheeks. Alexa then suggests that Zachary has sex with every girl who had a modeling career. Zachary accepts this after told by her that the girl needs to use condoms or take a birth control pill before hopping into bed to avoid pregnancy. Zachary then sits on his couch and tells Lucy everything Alexa told him. Lucy accepts this too and takes off her clothes to lounge on the couch, naked. Then they have sex with Zachary clothed and Lucy naked. After that, Grace and Lexia enter the living room and tells Zachary that Alexa wants him to have sex with every model the entire month and she wants him to have sex with Madison first. The three friends head into his bedroom and they have a threesome.
The next day, Madison has asked them to deliver bathroom supplies to her. Ava and Courtney go with Zachary, Grace and Lexia and they see Madison on the couch, naked. The three friends make sexual comments to her and she endures them. Madison then plans to have sex with Zachary at 10pm that night and he accepts it.
When Zachary, Grace and Lexia get back to the house, Zachary asks Grace and Lexia to get his deodorant for him. He uses it then tells the audience that it is important to use deodorant every day so that we smell good for people around us.
Written by Mark Boal
Genres: Animation | Comedy | Thriller
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for sequences of disturbing behavior involving pervasive strong crude and sexual content including graphic dialogue, full frontal nudity and language throughout | See all certifications >>
Parents Guide: View content advisory >>
20 July 2017 (Finland, theatrical release)
25 July 2017 (Argentina and Colombia, theatrical release)
26 July 2017 (Belgium, Chile and France, theatrical release)
28 July 2017 (Australia and Austria, theatrical release)
4 August 2017 (UK and USA, theatrical release)
15 August 2017 (Canada and China, theatrical release)
17 August 2017 (Brazil, theatrical release)
31 October 2017 (Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Finland and France, home release)
7 November 2017 (UK and USA, home release)
21 November 2017 (Brazil, Canada and China, home release)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (presents)
- Annapurna Pictures (presents)
- Warner Bros. (presents)
- First Light Productions (in association with)
- Joint Effort (in association with)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (USA)
- Annapurna Pictures (USA)
- Warner Bros. (Non-US)
- 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2017) (DVD) (USA)
- 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2017) (Blu-Ray) (USA)
- Warner Home Video (2017) (DVD) (Non-US)
- Warner Home Video (2017) (Blu-Ray) (Non-US)
- The film was nominated for Best Animated Feature.
- It was also the second R-rated film to receive that award after Anomalisa (2015).
- The film, along with Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), grossed over $880 million worldwide, making them the 6th highest-grossing films of 2017.
- The film has 15 things in common with Detroit (2017):
- Both are thriller films.
- Both films were directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal, who also co-produced it.
- Both films have an R rating.
- Detroit (2017) is rated R for strong violence and pervasive language.
- This film is rated R for sequences of disturbing behavior involving pervasive strong crude and sexual content including graphic dialogue, full frontal nudity and language throughout.
- Both films released to theaters on August 4, 2017 by Annapurna Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and First Light Productions.
- Both films have a 16 rating in Argentina.
- Both films have an MA15+ rating in Australia.
- Both films have a 16 rating in Brazil.
- Both films have a K-16 in Finland.
- Both films have a 17+ rating in Indonesia.
- Both films have a 15 rating in Norway.
- Both films have a R-16 in the Philippines.
- Both films have a 16+ rating in Russia.
- Both films have a 15 rating in South Korea.
- Both films have a 15 rating in Sweden.
- Both films have a 16 rating in Switzerland.