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Due Date is a 2010 American comedy road film directed by Todd Phillips, co-written by Alan R. Cohen, Alan Freedland, and Adam Sztykiel, and starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. The film was released on November 5, 2010. The film was shot in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Atlanta, Georgia, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Peter Highman (Robert Downey, Jr.) is a high strung architect on his way home from Atlanta to Los Angeles to be present at the birth of his first child with his wife, Sarah (Michelle Monaghan). In the opening scene he recalls a dream about being in a forest with his wife, who is in labor. He's unable to reach her and help deliver the child, but a grizzly bear ends up helping by chewing through the umbilical cord. Once on the plane, Peter learns that Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis), who had just prior to boarding at the airport, been a passenger in a vehicle that knocked the door off the limo Peter had been in, is sitting behind him in first class. After inadvertently using the words "terrorist" and "bomb", Ethan gets Peter shot by a Federal Air Marshal with a rubber bullet. Both Peter and Ethan are forced off the plane before take-off.
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