Happy Madison’s ‘The Wrong Missy’ Now on Netflix

Tim thinks he's invited the woman of his dreams on a work retreat to Hawaii, realizing too late he mistakenly texted someone from a nightmare blind date.

 

 

Production company: Happy Madison

Distributor: Netflix

Cast: David Spade, Lauren Lapkus, Nick Swardson, Geoff Pierson, Jackie Sandler, Molly Simms, Sarah Chalke, Chris Witaske, Rob Schneider

Director: Tyler Spindel

Screenwriters: Chris Pappas, Kevin Barnett

Producers: Kevin Grady, Allen Covert, Judit Maull

Executive producers: Barry Bernardi, Edward H. Hamm Jr, Raymond Mansfield, Sean Mckittrick, Chris Pappas, Kevin Barnett

Learn more about the film on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9619798/ 

The Wrong Missy is just one of a few recent production payroll client projects shot in Hawaii. Aloha Surf Hotel, Press Play, and others have also recently filmed there.

Hawaii’s film commissioner, Donne Dawson, believes that once business resumes, Hawaii will continue to be an attractive destination since producers may be inclined to go to places where the COVID-19 outbreak wasn’t severe.

Hawaii also offers attractive tax incentives for filmmakers, including a 20-25% Refundable Production Tax Credit and an annual rolling cap of $50 million, as of July 9, 2019.

“I’m talking to people right now from the major studios that are wondering and waiting when we’re going to open our door again because they have projects that they want to send here,” said Dawson in a recent interview with Hawaii News Now.

In 2018, the Hawaiian film industry provided more than 4,000 jobs and generated a record $477 million in direct spending, according to Dawson, and she said that there are roughly two dozen productions currently on hold, including commercials, TV series and feature films.

Considering Hawaii for your next production?

Visit filmoffice.hawaii.gov, or explore our suite of intuitive, web-based production incentive tools – including an interactive map, comparison tool, and incentives calculator – to easily search, compare, and calculate production incentives on any device.

For tax incentive inquiries, contact Michele Miller, GreenSlate's Director of Accounting Services.


This information in this communication is general in nature, and is not intended, nor should it be construed, as legal, accounting, tax or other professional advice rendered by GreenSlate, LLC. The reader should contact his or her attorney, CPA, or tax professional prior to taking any action based upon this information.

GreenSlate
18 May 2020

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