Release dateNovember 2009 (2009-11) CastKerry Arrowood-Cummings (Salon Owner), Lee Bloom (Victor / Victoria), Stephanie Brown (Girl that Rejects Flier), M. Jennings (Marcus), Jennelle Harris (Rhonda), Romus Reece (Lamont)
Date for Hire is a 2009 romantic comedy film directed by Lee Cummings, written by Dimitry Yakoushkin, and produced by Lee Cummings and Romus Reece. It stars M. Jennings, Romus Reece, Scott Fitzgerald, and Jennelle Harris, and was produced by Full Circle Entertainment, distributed by Maverick Entertainment.
The film was inspired by the filmmakers admiration for Arrested Development, Seinfield, and the Office.
Marcus makes a bet that he'll go out with the next girl who walks through the Mayflower! bar doors. She just happens to be the gorgeous Rhonda and costs $1000 to take him around the world. Follow Marcus and Lamont's adventure to get the money.
Marcus is the Mayflower Bar’s only regular customer, and he doesn’t even drink. LaMont, Marcus’s best friend and the only employee of the bar, has everything in order but his music career, and Marcus has everything in order but his ability to speak to women yet alone be in relationship with them. But in one wild day at the Mayflower, everything will change.
Rhonda soon begins to regret her falsity Marcus’s genuine sweetness is settling in on her. Her stalker on-again-off-again boyfriend “overhears” her tell her friend this and isn’t very happy.
Fortunately, Marcus gets his first concussion of the day when Chris sees a pink Unicorn and accidentally knocks Marcus out in excitement.
LaMont, meanwhile, takes a sip of the prototype “Mary Poppins” and is instantly transported to a dark room where he meet’s not Burt, but Dirt, the English chimney sweeper that won’t stop offering LaMont food.
John drags the stalker boyfriend off leaving Marcus overjoyed that he didnt have to rescue his damsel in distress.