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I Could Never Be Your Woman (2007) Poster

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Amy Heckerling's earlier movie Clueless (1995) starred Stacey Dash and Paul Rudd as teenagers; 12 years later in this movie, both Dash and Rudd play actors playing teenagers in the show within the movie.
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Norm MacDonald was originally cast as Rosie's ex-husband. According to MacDonald, he grew a bushy mustache for the role. When Amy Heckerling told him to shave it off, he quit the project.
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Michelle Pfeiffer's character is forty years old in this movie, while the actress was actually forty-seven at the time of shooting. Her co-star Paul Rudd was thirty-six in real life, although his character was twenty-nine and played the role of a teenager in the TV show inside the movie. But perhaps most unbelievable was Stacey Dash, who plays a teenager in the show within the movie, but was forty years old at the time of production.
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When Michelle Pfeiffer is auditioning "nerd" characters for her TV show, her assistant announces that the first actor candidate's name is Neal Israel - who worked as a director on Amy Heckerling's Clueless (1996) TV series and a writer on her feature Look Who's Talking Too (1990). Israel is also Heckerling's ex-husband and the father of her daughter.
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"I Could Never Be Your Woman" is also a line from the song "Your Woman" by the musical group White Town and is also used in a scene in the movie.
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This film sat on the shelf for a while with cast and crew wondering if/when it would ever be released. Finally, a theatrical release was agreed upon. However a day before Michelle Pfeiffer (who had already given a number of magazine interviews promoting the film) was to board a plane to begin publicity duties, it was announced that the film would only play in limited markets before going straight to DVD.
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Although the time allocated to do all the graphics work (head changes etc.) was just over two weeks, it was in fact completed in just under two days thanks to new software that had just came on the market.
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Although supposed to premiere in cinemas, this was released directly on DVD.
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On 30th of August 2005 while Michelle Pfeiffer was filming in London, a luxury range rover worth $90,000.00 was stolen in Camden Town while she was filming this movie by robbers.
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Saoirse Ronan's feature film debut.
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