Dumb Money

Dumb Money


Dumb Money streaming: where to watch online?

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Yes! You can get tickets to see Dumb Money in theaters in the United States right now. Tickets are available on Fandango.


Dumb Money tells the story of the shocking 2021 GameStop short squeeze

A group of rogue investors who discuss their trades on the Reddit page, Wall Street Bets become the center of a huge controversy. The unlikely rabble manages a shocking short squeeze on two major hedge funds by betting on the fate of consumer electronics brand GameStop.

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What to know

Dumb Money features an all-star ensemble cast with Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, Seth Rogen, and Nick Offerman

Dumb Money is a comedy-drama movie based on the book The Antisocial Network written by Ben Mezrich. The movie is produced by Michael DeLuca, who produced Mezrich’s previous book, The Accidental Billionaires into the movie The Social Network. Dumb Money is directed by Craig Gillespie, a filmmaker known for his works I, Tonya, and Cruella. It is written by Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo, writers known for the Netflix television show, Orange Is The New Black.

The movie features a star-studded ensemble cast that is led by actor Paul Dano who stars as Keith Gill. He is joined by Pete Davidson, America Ferrera, and Seth Rogen. Vincent D’Onofrio stars as Steven Cohen. Nick Offerman portrays Kenneth C. Griffin while both Anthony Ramos and Sebastian Stan star in the movie. Shailene Woodley, Myha’la Herrold, Rushi Kota, and Talia Ryder make up the expanded cast. Dumb Money was released in cinemas on September 29, 2023.

Production News

  • January 31, 2021
    • MGM purchased the movie rights to a book proposal from Ben Mezrich entitled ‘The Antisocial Network’. The book proposal looks to cover the GameStop short squeeze incident. (Source: Deadline)
  • May 21, 2021
    • Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo are confirmed to be writing the screenplay for the movie. (Source: Deadline)
  • April 4, 2022
    • Filmmaker Craig Gillespie is confirmed to be directing the movie. (Source: Deadline)
  • September 1, 2022
    • A cast announcement confirms the involvement of Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, Sebastian Stan, and Seth Rogen among others. (Source: Deadline)
  • March 10, 2023
    • The movie is confirmed to be released in cinemas on October 20th, 2023. (Source: Collider)
  • June 22, 2023
    • The first trailer for Dumb Money is released depicting the origin story of the GameStop crash. (Source: Collider)
  • July 25, 2023
    • Dumb Money is confirmed to feature at the Toronto International Film Festival. (Source: Variety)
  • August 17, 2023
    • The release date for the movie is brought up to October 6th, 2023 with a limited release starting on September 22nd. (Source: Collider)
  • September 14, 2023
    • The wider release date for the movie is shifted to September 29, 2023. (Source: Deadline)
  • September 29, 2023
    • Dumb Money was released in cinemas. (Source: Collider)


JustWatch Rating 76%
IMDB 6.9 (19k)


Comedy, Drama


1h 45min

Age rating


Production country

United States


Craig Gillespie


Paul Dano
Keith Gill
Shailene Woodley
Caroline Gill
America Ferrera
Jenny Campbell
Pete Davidson
Kevin Gill
Seth Rogen
Gabe Plotkin
Talia Ryder
Anthony Ramos
Nick Offerman
Ken Griffin
Sebastian Stan
Vlad Tenev
Rushi Kota
Baiju Bhatt
Kate Burton
Elaine Gill
Clancy Brown
Steve Gill
Vincent D'Onofrio
Steven A. Cohen
Olivia Thirlby
Yaara Bank-Plotkin
Dane DeHaan
Larry Owens
Gerardo Rodriguez
Marco's Father
Zora Casebere
Deniz Akdeniz
Avery Cole
Waitress at Bar
Denis Ooi
Christina Brucato
Flight Attendant
Khaya Fraites
Protestor #1
Anwar Wolf
Ann Marie Yoo
Hospital Tech
Tim Hayes
Norman Ashkenas
Dillon Geyselaers
Bryan Burton
Process Server
Kristin Carey
Gabe's Lawyer
Ryan Hansinger
Gabe's PR Person
Sal Rendino
Ken's Lawyer
Stephen Reich
Ken's Lawyer #2
Ryan Matthew White
Steve's Stretcher
Teddy Day
Gabe's Son
Winslow Bright
Whispering Woman
Brian Lucas
College Kid
Christian Maverick White
College kid
Dean Simone
Merrick Hanna
Skit Guy
Artoun Nazareth
Guy with a Hat
Alexander Jo
Guy with a Hoodie
Kaliswa Brewster
Additional Voices (voice)
Chase Fein
Additional Voices (voice)
Christopher Gray
Additional Voices (voice)
Turna Mete
Additional Voices (voice)
Richie Moriarty
Additional Voices (voice)
Joanna Parson
Additional Voices (voice)
Armando Riesco
Additional Voices (voice)
Rebecca Soler
Additional Voices (voice)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Herself (uncredited)
Dave Portnoy
Himself (uncredited)