How far would you go to score the ultimate gift? Watch the new holiday classic #8BitXmas on November 24 with the whole family, streaming exclusively on Max.

From New Line Cinema and HBO Max comes “ Christmas,” a humorous and heartfelt back at the adventures of childhood. Set in suburban in the late 1980s, the story centers on ten-year-old Jake Doyle’s herculean quest to get the latest and greatest game system for Christmas.

The film Neil Patrick Harris (upcoming “The Resurrections,” “A Series of Unfortunate Events”) and Winslow Fegley (“Come Play,” “Fast Layne”) as the adult and young Jake, respectively, June Diane Raphael (“Long Shot,” “Grace and Frankie”), with David Cross (“Pitch Perfect 2,” the “Kung Fu Panda” films), and Steve Zahn (“The White Lotus”).

Michael Dowse (“Coffee & Kareem”) directed the film from a screenplay by , based on his book of the same name. Tim White, Trevor White, Allan Mandelbaum, and Nick Nantell produced, with Nikki Ramey, Richard Brener, Celia Khong, Kevin Jakubowski and executive producing.

Dowse’s creative team included director of photography Samy Inayeh (“Utopia Falls”), Production designer Andrew Stearn (“Awake,” “Ready or Not”), editor Trevor Ambrose (“Schitt’s Creek”) and costume designer Avery Plewes (“Ready or Not,” “The Umbrella Academy”).

New Line Cinema and HBO Max Present a Star Thrower Entertainment Production, “8-Bit Christmas.” The film will debut exclusively on HBO Max on Wednesday, November 24, 2021.

“8-Bit Christmas” has been rated PG for rude humor and some mild violence, language and suggestive references.