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Ally's looking for the best ex of her life.
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Anna Faris ... Ally Darling

Chris Evans ... Colin Shea

Ari Graynor ... Daisy Darling

Blythe Danner ... Ava Darling

Ed Begley Jr. ... Mr. Darling

Oliver Jackson-Cohen ... Eddie Vogel

Heather Burns ... Eileen

Eliza Coupe ... Sheila

Kate Simses ... Katie

Tika Sumpter ... Jamie

Joel McHale ... Roger the Boss
Jacquelyn Doucette ... Sheila's Mom

Chris Pratt ... Disgusting Donald

Denise Vasi ... Cara

Sondra James ... Plant Lady

Zachary Quinto ... Boyfriend Rick
Jason Bowen ... Brad
Danielle Perry ... Melissa

Tyler Peck ... Gene

Mike Vogel ... Dave Hansen

Martin Freeman ... Simon

Andy Samberg ... Gerry Perry

Nadine Jacobson ... 14 Year Old Ally
Colby Parsons ... 14 Year Old Jake

Thomas Lennon ... Dr. Barrett Ingold

Anthony Mackie ... Tom Piper
Lonnie Farmer ... Maître D’ at Italian Restaurant

Ivana Milicevic ... Jacinda

Dave Annable ... Jake Adams

Aziz Ansari ... Jay

Ed Jewett ... Kevin
Bronwen Booth ... Officiant at Wedding
Ben Hanson ... Security Guard at Wedding
Elio Lo Russo ... Accordion Player

Dale Place ... Man at Library
Alyana Barbosa ... Kid #1
Molly Goldfarb ... Kid #2

Jackson Walsh ... Kid #3
Henry J. Grabowski ... Kid #4
Aaron Belyea ... Daisy's Band Member (as Aaron C. Belyea)
Carl Alleyne ... Daisy's Band Member
Damon Carter ... Daisy's Band Member
Jaime Galarza Jr. ... Daisy's Band Member
Johan Narsjo ... Daisy's Band Member
Penni Layne ... Daisy's Band Member
Steve Bankuti ... Daisy's Band Member
Larry Jackson ... Daisy's Band Member
Jon Bistline ... Colin's Band Member
Eliot Hunt ... Colin's Band Member (as Eliot M. Hunt)
Eli Scheer ... Colin's Band Member (as Eli T. Scheer)
Shawn Marquis ... Colin's Band Member
Onur Dilise ... Quartet Member
Ann Dillon ... Quartet Member
Emily Wolf ... Quartet Member
Robin Ryczek ... Quartet Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Andy Favreau ... Matt
Brett Ainslie ... Wedding Attendee (uncredited)
Kilo Alexander ... Bar Boy (uncredited)

Stephanie Atkinson ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Brian Bradbury ... Wedding Guest / Paparazzi (uncredited)

Brina ... Grand Wedding Party (uncredited)

Shannon Carter ... Renaissance Bride (uncredited)

Chemi Che-Mponda ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jonathan Cornett ... Commuter / Businessman (uncredited)
Ashley Daniels ... Caterer (uncredited)

Christopher J. Davis ... Man in the Library (uncredited)

Tovah Duffaut ... Child at the Park (uncredited)

Alex East ... Bar Woman (uncredited)
Emmy Farese ... Girl at Polish Wedding (uncredited)

Susan Farese ... Cafe Patron / Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jimmy Flynn ... Boy in Playground (uncredited)

Carlyne Fournier ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

John Franchi ... Wedding Singer (uncredited)
Alexander 'Alex' Garde ... Boy in Park (uncredited)

Nolan Godfrey ... Groomsman (uncredited)

Barbara Guertin ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
J. Gulinello ... Political Guest (uncredited)

Matt Heron-Duranti ... Caterer (uncredited)
Marisa Iacomini ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Frankie Imbergamo ... Pedestrian / Driver (uncredited)
Richard Italiano ... Board Room Director (uncredited)
Ashley Jermaine ... Girl with Balloons (uncredited)

Teale Kate ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Krystal Kenville ... Dancer (uncredited)
Jeffery Kincannon ... Senator (uncredited)

Ren Knopf ... Formal Party Guest (uncredited)

Joshua Koopman ... Groomsman (uncredited)

Paul Lussier ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Dan Marshall ... High-End Restaurant Patron / Commuter / Dancing Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Jeff Martineau ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Robert Masiello ... Gala Event Guest (uncredited)
Marely Mercedes ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jacqueline Monet ... Restaurant Girl (uncredited)

Jackson Nicoll ... Justin (uncredited)
Steve Osemwenkhae ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Chris Palermo ... Italian Wedding Party Singer (uncredited)

Kevin Pasdon ... Step-cousin Beau (uncredited)

Laura Pizzuti ... Italian Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jordan Puzzo ... Football Boy (uncredited)

Michelle Romano ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Karli Rose ... Girl with Balloons (uncredited)
Manajhjanihe Royalle ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Salvatore Santone ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Sacco Sarkis ... Waiter (uncredited)

Dakota Shepard ... Waitress (uncredited)
David L. Tamarin ... 'T' Passenger (uncredited)
Kenny Thibodeau ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Trichilo ... Extra (uncredited)

Trishna ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Jason Venezia ... Man on Train (uncredited)

Randy Walker ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Anthony Wozniak ... Italian Groomsman (uncredited)

William Xifaras ... Italian Strong Man (uncredited)

Directed by
Mark Mylod 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Gabrielle Allan (screenplay) &
Jennifer Crittenden (screenplay)

Karyn Bosnak (novel "20 Times a Lady")

Produced by
Kathy Busby .... production executive
Gitty Daneshvari .... associate producer
Anna Faris .... executive producer
Beau Flynn .... producer
Daryl Freimark .... production executive
Jordana Glick-Franzheim .... associate producer
Arnon Milchan .... executive producer
Nan Morales .... executive producer
Tripp Vinson .... producer
 
Original Music by
Aaron Zigman 
 
Cinematography by
James M. Muro (director of photography) (as J. Michael Muro)
 
Film Editing by
Julie Monroe 
 
Casting by
Kathleen Chopin 
 
Production Design by
Jon Billington 
 
Art Direction by
David Swayze 
 
Set Decoration by
Denise Pizzini 
 
Costume Design by
Amy Westcott 
 
Makeup Department
Barney Burman .... special makeup effects artist
Tony Gardner .... special makeup designer
Timothy Huizing .... special makeup effects artist
Whitney James .... makeup department head
Patricia McAlhany Glasser .... hair department head
Brenda McNally .... hair stylist
Nichole Pleau .... makeup artist
Tracy Reeby .... key hair and make up artist
Trish Seeney .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Michael Bederman .... unit production manager
David McKimmie .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mark S. Constance .... second second assistant director
Zach Hunt .... key second assistant director
Gary Marcus .... first assistant director
Allan Rafael .... additional second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Gary Alioto .... carpenter
Christopher Analoro .... carpenter
Beth Anderson .... prop assistant
Aimee Butterfield .... assistant property master
James Champoux .... set dresser
Jonathan Champoux .... set dresser
Andréa Ciraldo .... set dresser
Doug Cluff .... charge scenic
Noah Dubreuil .... set dresser
Jennifer Engel .... assistant set decorator
Jennifer Gerbino .... property master
Brad Hanyok .... carpenter
Joseph Kearney .... construction coordinator
Bridget Keefe .... set dresser
Deborah Kehs .... set dresser
Wayne Kimball .... set dresser
Michael Krause .... carpenter
John Larson .... carpenter
John Larson .... stand-by carpenter
Lance Littlefield .... scenic artist
Cameron Matheson .... leadman
Jason Mayoh .... storyboard artist
Butch McCarthy .... key greensman (as John 'Butch' McCarthy)
Brian McKenzie .... set dresser
Brenden Morrison .... greens
Julia Nemerow .... art department
Mark Oliver .... key greensman
Jeremy M. Pereira .... scenic artist
Scott T. Pina .... carpenter
Christopher Plummer .... picture car coordinator
Andrew Poleszak .... head draper
Edward Rezendes .... scenic gang boss
Gina Rhodes .... draper assistant
Timothy Rowcroft .... set dresser
Kenneth Salter .... set dressing gang boss
William C. Salter .... set dresser
Jeffrey Schneider .... set dresser
Charlie Scimone .... carpenter
Nithya Shrinivasan .... assistant art director
Robert Smedley .... carpenter
Paul Suchecki .... carpenter
Theodore Suchecki .... general foreman
Chris Sullivan .... art department coordinator
Michael Tavani .... construction gang boss
Katie Tower .... graphic designer
Cammeron Truesdale .... painter
Wilfredo Usuga .... carpenter
Peter Wilcox .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Robert Althoff .... mix technician
Karen Baker Landers .... supervising sound editor
Ryan Baker .... sound utility
Joe Barnett .... sound re-recording mixer
Ron Bedrosian .... adr mixer
Brian Courchine .... boom operator
Dario D'Amico .... dialogue editor
Fabio D'Amico .... dialogue editor
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor (as Dino R. Dimuro)
Glynna Grimala .... sound effects editor
Per Hallberg .... supervising sound editor
Catherine Harper .... foley artist
Dan Hegeman .... sound effects editor (as Daniel Hegeman)
Chris Hogan .... dialogue editor (as Christopher W. Hogan)
Craig S. Jaeger .... supervising foley editor
Chris Jargo .... dialogue/adr supervisor
Daniel R. Kerr .... field recordist
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Christopher Moriana .... foley artist
Philip D. Morrill .... assistant sound editor
Tony Negrete .... assistant sound editor (as Tony R. Negrete)
Egor Panchenko .... pro tools playback mixer
Michelle Pazer .... adr editor
Michelle Pazer .... dialogue editor
David J. Schwartz .... sound mixer
Frederick H. Stahly .... dialogue editor
Jason Stasium .... pro tools playback mixer
Peter Staubli .... sound effects editor
Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita .... sound effects editor
Tami Treadwell .... adr recordist
Mathew Waters .... sound re-recording mixer
David Young .... audio engineer (as David M. Young)
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Sam Dinwiddie .... special effects technician
Christopher Johnson .... special effects technician
John Ruggieri .... special effects coordinator
Jay Cail Stone .... special effects foreman
Ralph Wilber III .... special effects technician (as Ralph E. Wilber III)
Scott Willis .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Elbert Irving IV .... visual effects coordinator: Wildfire VFX
Caleb Owens .... digital compositor
Lauren Ritchie .... visual effects producer: Wildfire VFX
Dottie Starling .... visual effects supervisor: Wildfire VFX
 
Stunts
G.A. Aguilar .... stunt coordinator
John Cenatiempo .... stunts
Blaise Corrigan .... stunts
William Cote .... stunt driver
Mark Fichera .... stunts
Zac Henry .... stunt driver
Paul Marini .... stunt driver
John Vincent Mason .... utility stunts
Victor Paguia .... stunts
Stephen A. Pope .... stunt coordinator (as Stephen Pope)
Caroline Vexler .... stunt double: Anna Faris (as Caroline Leppanen)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dominic Bartolone .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Joseph Battista .... grip
Bob Becchio .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Andrew Bell .... best boy rigging grip
Lee Blasingame .... first assistant camera: a camera
Jason Bowen .... electrician
Glenn Brown .... camera operator: "a" camera
Al Bruce .... rigging grip
Tony Campenni .... dolly grip: "a" cam
Rick Cardillo .... rigging electric
Mark J. Casey .... rigging electric best boy
Nathan Coscia .... electrician
Scott D. Davis .... rigging gaffer
Joshua Dreyfus .... additional set generator operator
Brian Dwiggins .... lighting technician
Eric Engler .... rigging electric
Remi Epron .... aerial pilot & technician
Claire Folger .... still photographer
Sean Hadley .... grip
Jose 'Flecha' Hernandez .... electrician
Dan Hutchinson .... rigging electrician
Eric Komar .... dolly grip: "b" camera (2010)
James R. Mitchell .... best boy electric
James R. Mitchell .... generator operator
Dayton Nietert .... gaffer
Courtney Perkins .... film loader: day player
Michael Peterson .... electrician
Harry Pray IV .... grip
Dave Provenzano .... lighting technician
David Puopolo .... rigging grip
Michael E. Reynolds .... basecamp generator operator
Daryl Richardson .... key rigging grip
David M. Rogers .... rigging electric
David M. Rogers .... shop electric
David C. Romano .... grip: second unit
Edwin Rubio .... grip
Chris Ryerson .... grip
Zack Shultz .... film loader
Steve Sikora .... lighting technician
Pierson Silver .... libra head technician
Craig Striano .... techno crane operator
Jeff Tanger .... rigging electric
Travis Trudell .... rigging electrician
Aaron Tyburski .... additional electric
Warren A. Weberg .... best boy grip
William M. Weberg .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Rori Bergman .... casting associate
Matt Bouldry .... casting assistant
Peter Dudgeon .... casting assistant
Patty Majorczak-Connolly .... adr voice casting
Jason Montgomery .... casting production assistant
Carolyn Pickman .... location casting: Boston
Mark Sussman .... adr voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alexa Anderson .... costume coordinator
Susanna Brown .... tailor
Michael Burke .... set costumer
Elizabeth Clifford .... key costumer
Rosa J. Colón .... costumer: Anna Faris (as Rosa Colón)
Adrian Garber .... set costumer
Rebecca Hofherr .... assistant costume designer
Virginia Johnson .... costume supervisor
Alexandra Mandelkorn .... costume assistant (as Ali Mandelkorn)
Arefeh Mansouri .... costumes
Mona May .... additional costume designer
Honah Lee Milne .... costumer
Tina Ulee .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Steven Bodner .... colorist: dailies
Gary Burritt .... negative manager
Marisa Clayton .... digital intermediate producer
Marisa Clayton .... digital intermediate project manager
Joe Finley .... digital film colorist
Shaina Holmes .... dailies project manager
Harry Muller .... color timer
Bryan Park .... film scanning operator: Modern VideoFilm
Pearce Roemer .... post-production assistant
Jonathan Schwartz .... assistant editor
Jen Woodhouse .... assistant editor
Martin Zaharinov .... editorial intern
Todd Zongker .... first assistant editor
Joe Aliberto .... film scanner operator (uncredited)
Matt Breitenbach .... assistant telecine colorist (uncredited)
Seth Weinman .... post-production technician (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Christine Bergren .... music legal and clearance
Paul Bushnell .... electronic music programmer
Allison Cummings .... music legal and clearance (as Ali Cummings)
Sierra Drucker .... music coordinator
Patrick Kirst .... additional orchestrator
Mateo Laboriel .... composer: additional music
Mateo Laboriel .... electronic music programmer
Mateo Laboriel .... orchestrator
Ernest Lee .... additional score recordist (as Ernie Lee)
Julia Michels .... music supervisor
Jay B. Richardson .... music editor
Michael Stern .... music scoring mixer
Michael Stern .... score recordist
Jesse Voccia .... composer: electronic music
Jesse Voccia .... electronic music programmer
 
Transportation Department
Billy Benner .... dot supervisor
William O'Brien .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Grant Babbitt .... production assistant: promo
Grant Babbitt .... promo production
Julian Barnett .... production assistant
A.J. Boles .... assistant location manager
Susan Boyajian .... voice actor
Julie Brown .... intern
Patrick Canty .... stand-in: Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Christine Colburn .... production assistant
Timmy Connolly .... voice actor
Josh Cormier .... production assistant
Kelly Cronin .... script supervisor
Derek Cunningham .... assistant location manager
Beth Dewey .... main title producer
Roger Dillingham Jr. .... set medic
Kathy Edwards .... payroll accountant
Dean Egan .... production assistant
Mark Robert Ellis .... basketball coordinator
Kathryn Farino .... production assistant
Tara Farney .... assistant to tripp vinson
Tal Fiala .... account executive
Jane Finn-Foley .... travel coordinator
Mark Fitzgerald .... location manager
Ethan Fox .... key craft service
Jason Fritz .... assistant location manager
Mollie Vera Grace .... second assistant accountant
Jason Habelow .... production secretary
Russell Hadaya .... location scout
Cody Harter .... stand-in
Ali Jordan .... production assistant
Michael Judge .... assistant location manager
Mark Kaufman .... production executive
Zachary Kraft .... production assistant
Scott Levine .... unit publicist
Rebecca Locke .... assistant production coordinator
Peter Lowe .... chef
Mike MacCuish .... first assistant accountant
James Macolino .... set production assistant
Jeffery Mannarini .... production assistant
Trevor Martin .... production assistant
Ilana McAllister .... production accountant
Steven A. Miller .... magic consultant
Gracen Minkler .... adr loop group
Jessi Moore .... assistant basketball coordinator
Heidi Brook Myers .... additional voices
Heather Neeld .... production coordinator
Hannah Roble .... production assistant
Julio Robles .... puppeteer
Matthew D. Rutler .... production assistant
Sephira Salazar .... assistant to executive producer
Ellie Shiveley .... caterer
James Slater IV .... production assistant
Tracy Spiegel .... key craft service
Kristie Thompson .... assistant: Ms. Faris
Quinn Tivey .... assistant: Mr. Mylod
Kelsey Usher .... intern
Angelo Vacco .... voice actor
Steve York .... production assistant
Ryan Cultrera .... production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Rated R for sexual content and language
Runtime:
106 min | 117 min (director's cut)
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA (2011) | Brazil:12 | Brazil:14 (extended version) | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 | Germany:12 (extended cut) | India:A | Ireland:15A | Malaysia:18 | Mexico:B15 | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:R13 | Norway:A | Philippines:R-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | Sweden:Btl | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #46480)
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Trivia:
The puppet show was filmed at Piers Park in East Boston on Thursday, June 24th, 2010.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Ally and Daisy are at the cake tasting, Ally is eating a piece of cake. As Ally is shoving the piece into her mouth, Daisy stops her. When Daisy stops her, there is half a piece left on the fork, but in the next shot there is less than a bite left.See more »
Quotes:
Ally Darling:Where's my coffee pot?
Colin Shea:I broke it. If you were on Twitter you would know that already.
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Soundtrack:
Wedding MarchSee more »

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11 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
A Nutshell Review: What's Your Number, 8 October 2011
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

I wonder if any girl out there really do sneak off from the bed to the bathroom to freshen up, before their partner wakes up to see them in a state sans hair all over the place, morning breath and probably a drool hanging off somewhere. At least it's something that's worth putting on film, in both Bridesmaid and What's Your Number, where the protagonist does just that to impress I suppose. Maybe everyone does it and it's life's greatest secret that I'm oblivious to.

While Bridesmaid was a sleeper hit with a cast of relative unknowns on the big screen, What's Your Number is that typical romantic comedy where you can safely bet your entire fortune on the nice little outcome of an ending, and just about how girl meets boy and they fall in love inevitably in the shortest time span possible where the stars align for everything magical to happen. What's probably unique here is that the lead characters are both promiscuous, with Anna Faris' Ally sleeping with at least 19 men in her life so far, and finding that her lack of a love life and with random lovers every now and then going way over the national average of 10.5, the magic figure an average American woman dates before finally settling down. Fearful of being labelled a slut after a straw poll conducted with her soon-to-be-married sister Daisy (Ari Graynor) and friends, she's taking a vow of celibacy and is determined to make the next person she sleeps with, her husband.

Chris Evans' Colin is her next door neighbour whom she enlists her from in tracking down her exes, since there could be someone from her past who would have made it good, and better yet, doing so doesn't increase her number of men she slept with, which provides plenty of comical flashbacks providing Anna Faris an opportunity to ham it up, together with a select group of supporting characters, some of whom are completely different from the time she once knew them, while others will make you wonder just what she saw in them, ranging from support acts by the likes of Martin Freeman, Andy Samberg, Anthony Mackie and even Zachary Quinto amongst others. Ally strikes a win-win deal with Colin, centered around being able to hideout at her apartment so that he doesn't have to deal in the aftermath of his one night stands, making a clean exit and sending a signal to his flings it's all over. Talk about a mutually beneficial relationship that you know will head somewhere between the two.

And if the film works, which it does, it boils down to two words. Anna Faris. She's building a career based upon ditzy characters, and frankly she's finding a knack at hitting on all the right places and delivering punchlines without missing a beat, and having what it takes to take on physical, slapstick comedy without looking too dorky, nor embarrassed with the need to dabble in toilet humour. It's watching a quintessential comedian going through her repertoire of tricks that on one hand you've seen most before, yet still eagerly anticipating more from the performer to deliver her routine once more. Evans was wonderful as her co- star and the strip-basketball date was something that could raise temperatures, allowing the actor to continuously show off in this film his Captain America buffed up physique that will either make you drool at, or look on with envy.

For all the glossy fashion rags teaching women how to lead their lives, perhaps this movie says it best with the aged old message of happiness being able to be oneself, instead of living up to expectations set by others, be it friends or family, and to find someone who will accept you for who you are, and not what you have to try to be. Which is very frequent in Ally's life as the various man-hunt episodes reveal, where she has to learn to cook, speak with an accent, and so on. And it's true how miserable one will be in the long run, despite short termed bliss, if one can call it as that.

I was half expecting a wicked twist to happen at the final act since there's an elusive Jake Adams (Dave Annable) that Ally is desperately looking for which Colin constantly runs into zilch in his findings, and what played out was pretty straightforward, and careful as well since it took some pains to explicitly address a plot loophole that you'll forgive it for since that will spell some anti-climatic finale. But as I said, what held the movie together is Anna Faris as the one woman tour de force playing to her strengths in a typical stereotyped role, and the very easy on screen chemistry shared with Chris Evans. Definitely a date-movie any couple can consider.

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