Find Movie Theaters & Showtimesfor
Videos & Photos
Movie Info & Cast
- Emma Thompson
- Mindy Kaling
- John Lithgow
- Hugh Dancy
- Reid Scott
- Denis O'Hare
- Max Casella
- Paul Walter Hauser
- John Early
- Jia Patel
Did You Know?
- Mindy Kaling posted a photo of the first table read on her Instagram on April 9, 2018.
- In a scene late in the movie, Molly (Mindy Kaling) calls Tom (Reid Scott) "Dan" - possibly an homage to the character he plays on Veep.
- Molly Patel: You love me.
- Katherine Newbury: No, I didn't say that.
- Molly Patel: I mean not in those exact words but...
- Katherine Newbury: No, I didn't say it in any of those words.
Atom User Reviews
It was okay... thought it would be funnier with the cast that was in it.
Not your typical “chick flick”! Second movie I watch this year where a woman is in power and woman empowerment is added! Definitely changing the world we live in ❤️
Late Night suggests that Kaling is as fascinated as ever not by the girl next door but by powerful, unruly women — and the unconventional love stories befitting their willful, idiosyncratic selves. But the film may be most notable for its summation of the thinking and rethinking that Kaling has done about her 15 years in Hollywood — and how to fight to change it.
Thompson delivers a memorable performance as the abrasive “cold witch,” as someone describes her, perhaps even outdoing Meryl Streep’s Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wars Prada as a delightfully wicked woman of power.
Diverting and for the most part agreeably amusing, Late Night is about as mainstream and conventional a movie as could be made right now about the timely issues of women and minorities finding equal footing in the workplace.