New movie 'Instant Family' in theaters now collaborated with Michigan adoption firm

Just hitting theaters is a new film starring Mark Walhber and Rose Byrne that details the life of a couple who goes from no kids to three overnight through adoption -- and film creators worked with a Michigan adoption agency.

The new movie "Instant Family" collaborated with Wolverine Human Services is the largest foster care, adoption, and independent living agency, servicing youth and families in Michigan.

Joining FOX 2 is Matt Wollack, vice president of strategic development with Wolverine Human Services, along with Leah and Nate McMullin.

The McMullin's are from Brownstown, Michigan and they have been foster parents to 12 kids over the years and have adopted three boys through Wolverine, a set of twins and their biological brother.

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: "When Pete (Mark Wahlberg) and Ellie (Rose Byrne) decide to start a family, they stumble into the world of foster care adoption. They hope to take in one small child but when they meet three siblings, including a rebellious 15 year old girl (Isabela Moner), they find themselves speeding from zero to three kids overnight. Now, Pete and Ellie must hilariously try to learn the ropes of instant parenthood in the hopes of becoming a family. INSTANT FAMILY is inspired by the real events from the life of writer/director Sean Anders and also stars Octavia Spencer, Tig Notaro and Margo Martindale.