Set in a more sober version of America where drugs and alcohol are legal on only one day of the year, The Binge follows high school students Griffin (Skyler Gisondo) and his friends Hags (Dexter Darden) and Andrew (Eduardo Franco), who have just turned old enough to partake in the Binge Day bedlam - something their heavy-handed principal Carlsen (a gloriously mustachioed Vince Vaughn) is none too happy about. Follow our guide and find out how to watch The Binge online and stream the new Hulu exclusive today.
Release: August 28, 2020
Director: Jeremy Garelick
Cast: Vince Vaughn, Skyler Gisondo, Eduardo Franco, Dexter Darden, Grace Van Dien, and Zainne Saleh
Run time: TBC
Stream now: Try Hulu for FREE (opens in new tab)
Chaos naturally ensues, all starting with a game of Yahtzee and escalating fast after Hags spikes the adults' drinks. A Superbad-style series of outrageous escapades follows, as the group struggles to make its way to the party that their friend Lena (Grace Van Dien) is at - Lena also happening to be Carlsen's daughter, but the normally uptight principal is on a Binge Day adventure of his own.
The Binge looks every bit as silly as The Purge is horrifying, and could be the perfect pick-me-up film during these testing times - and ahead of a new academic year that's shrouded in uncertainty. Let's cut to chase then - here's how to watch The Binge online and stream the new Vince Vaughn movie on Hulu right now.
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How to watch The Binge for FREE with Hulu in the US
The Binge is exclusive to Hulu (opens in new tab), with its release scheduled for Friday, August 28 - so anyone in the US can watch the new Vince Vaughn movie right now.
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