(L-R): Actors Michael McKean and Alan Tudyk appear in ShockYa’s exclusive clip from writer-director Scott Brignac’s dramedy, ‘Playing God.’

Chance encounters can often change people’s perceptions on how they view the world around them, as well as their fate. That’s certainly the case for the characters of the new dramedy, ‘Playing God,’ which is now playing in theaters, courtesy of Vertical Entertainment.

In honor of the film’s release, ShockYa is premiering an exclusive clip from the feature. The clip follows Alan Tudyk’s character of Ben as he ventures up to a city rooftop in solitude. He suddenly becomes surprised when he turns around and finds another man with him on the roof. The other man, who’s played by Michael McKean, proclaims to be God, an assertion that Ben doesn’t initially believe. After God shares facts about Ben that strangers couldn’t possibly know, God questions if they can get to the reason why he’s visiting him.

Scott Brignac wrote and directed ‘Playing God.’ In addition to Tudyk and McKean, the movie also stars Luke Benward (‘Life of the Party,’ ‘Dumplin’), Hannah Kasulka (Fox’s ‘The Exorcist,’ ‘Love’) and Jude Demorest (‘Star,’ ‘Into the Dark‘).

‘Playing God’ follows Micah and Rachel (Benward and Kasulka), a brother and sister con-artist duo who start scamming a grieving billionaire. The siblings convincing the grieving man they can introduce him to God, face-to-face.

ShockYa's Exclusive Playing God Clip
ShockYa's Exclusive Playing God Clip

ShockYa is premiering an exclusive clip from writer-director Scott Brignac's dramedy, 'Playing God,' which features actors Alan Tudyk and Michael McKean.

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By Karen Benardello

As a graduate of LIU Post with a B.F.A in Journalism, Print and Electronic, Karen Benardello serves as ShockYa's Senior Movies & Television Editor. Her duties include interviewing filmmakers and musicians, and scribing movie, television and music reviews and news articles. As a New York City-area based journalist, she's a member of the guilds, New York Film Critics Online and the Women Film Critics Circle.

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