EVERYTHING is dependent on math. We try to keep telling our daughter that, but she doesn’t want to listen. Maybe she needs to see the practical uses for math.
Building a rocket. Designing a robot. Purchasing thousands of dollars of lottery tickets to make millions of dollars exploiting a loophole in the lottery. Legally. Sign me up. I’m good at math and that seems like the best way to use those skills.
That is what Jerry Selbee does with his math skills in Jerry & Marge Go Large. The true story of how Jerry found a loophole in the lottery and used that to help his struggling town.
JERRY & MARGE GO LARGE is inspired by the remarkable true story of retiree Jerry Selbee (Cranston), who discovers a mathematical loophole in the Massachusetts lottery and, with the help of his wife, Marge (Bening), wins millions and uses the money to revive their small Michigan town.
In addition to Cranston and Bening, the cast includes Larry Wilmore, Rainn Wilson, Anna Camp, Ann Harada, Jake McDorman, Michael McKean and Uly Schlesinger.
PG-13, for some language and suggestive references
JERRY & MARGE GO LARGE premieres June 17, 2022, exclusively on Paramount+
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