On November 9 in Palm Springs, Nyles and his girlfriend Misty attend the wedding of Tala and Abe. At the reception, Nyles bonds with the maid of honor, Sarah. After he shows her Misty cheating on him, Sarah and Nyles go to the desert to have sex. As he undresses, Nyles is shot with an arrow fired by an assailant. Nyles crawls into a cave, warning Sarah not to follow him. Concerned for Nyles, Sarah follows him and is sucked into a vortex.
Sarah wakes up and finds it is November 9 again. She confronts Nyles in the pool, which results in Tala tripping and breaking two of her teeth. Nyles explains that, by following him into the cave, Sarah has become stuck in a time loop with him. Nyles, having been in the loop for some time, has stopped wearing formal attire to the wedding, engaged in day-drinking, forgotten what his job is, and has had a series of one-night stands.
MAIN CAST OF THE MOVIE PALM SPRINGS Andy Samberg as Nyles, Misty's boyfriend and Sarah's love interest
Cristin Milioti as Sarah Wilder, half-sister of the bride Tala
J. K. Simmons as Roy Schlieffen, another person trapped within the time loop
Meredith Hagner as Misty, Nyles's girlfriend and Tala's bridesmaid
Camila Mendes as Tala Anne Wilder, Sarah's sister and the bride
Tyler Hoechlin as Abraham Eugene Trent "Abe" Schlieffen, Tala's fiancé
Chris Pang as Trevor, the wedding officiant
Peter Gallagher as Howard Wilder, Sarah and Tala's father
Jacqueline Obradors as Pia Wilder, Sarah's stepmother and Tala's mother
June Squibb as Nana Schlieffen, Abe's grandmother
Jena Friedman as Daisy the Bartender
Tongayi Chirisa as Jerry, a groomsman
Dale Dickey as Darla, a woman in a bar
Conner O'Malley as Randy, a groomsman
Clifford V. Johnson as himself
Palm Springs is a 2020 American science fiction romantic comedy film directed by Max Barbakow with a screenplay by Andy Siara from a story by Siara and Barbakow. It stars Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, Peter Gallagher, and J. K. Simmons, and follows two strangers who meet at a Palm Springs wedding only to get stuck in a time loop.
The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2020, and was released in select theatres by Neon and digitally on Hulu on July 10, 2020. It was praised for the performances and use of the concept. The film received two nominations at the 78th Golden Globe Awards, including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Samberg.