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Bride Wars -- Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson, and Candice Bergen star in Bride Wars, directed by Gary Winick.

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Greg DePaul (screenplay) and
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Release Date:
9 January 2009 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Even best friends can't share the same wedding day. See more »
Plot:
Two best friends become rivals when they schedule their respective weddings on the same day. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 8 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Dry caricature. See more (124 total) »

Cast

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Kate Hudson ... Liv

Anne Hathaway ... Emma

Bryan Greenberg ... Nate

Chris Pratt ... Fletcher

Steve Howey ... Daniel

Candice Bergen ... Marion

Kristen Johnston ... Deb

Michael Arden ... Kevin

Victor Slezak ... Colson

Kelly Coffield Park ... Kathy

John Pankow ... John

Zoe O'Grady ... Young Liv

Shannon Ferber ... Young Emma

June Diane Raphael ... Amanda
Charles Bernard ... Wedding DJ

Emily Sarah Stikeman ... Student #1

Robert Capron ... Student #2 (as Robert B. Capron)

Kallie Tabor ... Student #3 (as Kallie Mariah Tabor)

Bruce Altman ... Simmons

Hettienne Park ... Marissa

Lauren Bittner ... Amie
Jeremy Brothers ... Nerdy Colleague

Rena Maliszweski ... Female Colleague

Casey Wilson ... Stacy

Sarah Kate Jackson ... Salesgirl

Jason Kolotouros ... Delivery Guy

Paul Scheer ... Ricky Coo
Kristofer Stock ... Officer 'Not Your Husband'

André Holland ... DJ Jazzles

Anna Madigan ... Tanorexic

Daniel Raymont ... Colorist

Jon Daly ... Head Set (as Jon C. Daly)
Dennis Parlato ... Dance Instructor

Michael Anastasia ... Geeky Neighbor
Georgia Lyman ... Airbrush Technician
Ryan A. Shaw ... Singer
Derek Yuen ... Hair Stylist
Eryn Gruttadauria ... Locker Student

Nicole Stuart ... Receptionist
Kayce Brown ... Bespectacled Colleague
Manuel Lopes ... Miguel

Robert Scott Wilson ... Rob (as Rob Wilson)

Pamela Figueiredo Wilcox ... Pamela (as Pamela Figueiredo)
Ryan Young ... Head Set #2 (as Ryan B. Young)
Hannah Yun ... Head Set #3

Sam Pannier ... Stationery Clerk

Ariel Shafir ... Security Guard
Steve Alterman ... (voice)

Jacqueline Pinol ... (voice) (as Jacqueline Piñol)

Jennifer Crystal Foley ... (voice)
Michelle Ruff ... (voice)
Zolee Griggs ... (voice)

Karen Strassman ... (voice)
Bridget Hoffman ... (voice)

Billy Unger ... (voice)

Mary Mouser ... (voice)

Paul Pape ... (voice)

Kathryn Cressida ... (voice) (as Kat Cressida)

Zoë Raye ... (voice)

Elisa Gabrielli ... (voice)
Dennis Singletary ... (voice)
Gina Hirsch ... (voice)

Hudson Thames ... (voice)

Matthew Labyorteaux ... (voice)

Darian Bryant ... (voice)
Cassidy K. Rawlinson ... (voice)

Colin Ford ... (voice)

Justin Shenkarow ... (voice)
Kerry Gutierrez ... (voice)

Laura Summer ... (voice)

Karen Huie ... (voice)
Claudette Wells ... (voice)

Lynnanne Zager ... (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ellen Becker-Gray ... Fletcher's Aunt (uncredited)
Leigh Belair ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Nicholas Cairis ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Patrick Canty ... Daniel's Best Man (uncredited)

Shannon Carter ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Desiree April Connolly ... Wedding Guest / Teacher (uncredited)

Michael Anthony Coppola ... Daniel's Father (uncredited)

Richard DeAgazio ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Marcia DeBonis ... Angela (uncredited)
Sean Patrick Doherty ... Bartender (uncredited)

John Franchi ... New York Cabbie (uncredited)
Lara Fury ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Sari Gagnon ... Bachelorette (uncredited)

Albert Gornie ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Dane Grigas ... Sales Clerk (uncredited)

Sophya Gudelman ... Hot Girl (uncredited)
Mackenzie Hawe ... Student (uncredited)
Patrick Mel Hayes ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Quincy Heath ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Haytham Kandil ... Bartender (uncredited)

Ren Knopf ... Dancer (uncredited)

Dan Marshall ... Dancing Wedding Guest / Best Friend of '80s Groom (uncredited)
Robert Masiello ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Todd Mello ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Jason Mulcahy ... The Palm Court Caterer (uncredited)
Giovanni Pantaleo ... Bridal Shower Bartender (uncredited)
Valerie Parker ... Liz's Friend (uncredited)
Donna Glee Reim ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Steve Ricard ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Seth Romero ... Laughing Student (uncredited)
Sabe Schoeneg ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Vyvian B. Stevens ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Jillian Taylor ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Fraser Townley ... Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Marc Vos ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Melissa Whiteman ... Salesgirl (uncredited)
Adam Zalt ... The Palm Court Caterer (uncredited)

Directed by
Gary Winick 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Greg DePaul (screenplay) and
Casey Wilson (screenplay) &
June Diane Raphael (screenplay)

Greg DePaul (story)

Produced by
Jay Cohen .... executive producer
Jonathan Filley .... executive producer
Kate Hudson .... producer
Matt Luber .... executive producer
Tony Ludwig .... executive producer
Arnon Milchan .... executive producer
Alan Riche .... producer
Nicole C. Taylor .... producer
Devon Wilson .... co-producer
Julie Yorn .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ed Shearmur (music by) (as Edward Shearmur)
 
Cinematography by
Frederick Elmes (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Susan Littenberg  (as Susan Littlenberg Hagler)
 
Casting by
Marcia DeBonis 
Jennifer Euston 
 
Production Design by
Dan Leigh 
 
Art Direction by
James Donahue 
 
Set Decoration by
Ron von Blomberg 
 
Costume Design by
Karen Patch 
 
Makeup Department
Frank Barbosa .... head of hair department
Liz Bernstrom .... key makeup artist (as Elizabeth Bernstrom)
Margot Boccia .... makeup artist: Ms. Hudson
Jean Carney .... makeup artist
Cheryl Daniels .... key hair stylist
Paula Dion .... hair stylist
Monique Peoples Graham .... hair stylist
Raul Hernandez .... hair stylist
Jeri La Shay .... makeup artist
Tina LaSpina .... makeup artist
Barbara Lorenz .... hair stylist: Ms. Hudson
Mandy Lyons .... hair stylist: Ms. Hathaway
Jennie-kay Murphy .... additional hair stylist
Evelyne Noraz .... makeup artist: Ms. Hathaway
Joe Rossi .... makeup artist
Trish Seeney .... makeup department head
Sherryn Smith .... makeup artist
Whitney Taylor .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Dean Cochran .... post-production supervisor
John A. Machione .... production manager
Angela Quiles .... production supervisor
Nikki Taylor .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Graham .... second second assistant director
Jeremy Marks .... dga trainee
Eddie Micallef .... second assistant director
Glen Trotiner .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
David H. Allen .... property master
Guy L. Bermel .... set dresser
Paula Bird .... scenic artist
Tara Boccia .... additional props
John W. Burke .... art department production assistant: construction shop
Michael Calabrese .... set dresser
Patrick Colantuoni .... carpenter
Ralph Contrado .... on-set scenic
Brandon Cook .... set dresser
Daniel J. Courchaine .... charge scenic artist
T. Barrett Curtin .... props
Frank DeCurtis Jr. .... set dresser
Frank DeCurtis .... set dresser
Guido DeCurtis .... leadman
John Delory Jr. .... carpenter
Maus Drechsler .... assistant property master (as Ana Katharina Drechsler)
Edward Lee Ellis .... set dresser
Roberta Frankel .... set dresser
Kley Gilbuena .... set dresser
Bradley Klipp .... set dresser
Jesse Klipp .... set dresser
Vanessa Knoll .... buyer
Mark Lane-Davies .... stand-by scenic
Timothy Lewis .... set dresser
Carlton McClarence .... set dresser
George McEachern .... carpenter
Laura C. McPherson .... assistant art director: drafts person
Vicki M. McWilliams .... art department coordinator
Steve Molle .... carpenter
Kevin L. Raper .... graphic artist
Lee Ryans .... production assistant
Richard Sepulveda .... set dresser
Kurt Smith .... construction coordinator
Peter von Bartheld .... set dresser
Tomas Zeman .... art coordinator
Zachary Zirlin .... additional graphic artist
 
Sound Department
James Bolt .... sound mixer
Daniel Brennan .... adr mixer
Jim Brookshire .... dialogue editor
Scott Curtis .... foley editor
Patrick Cyccone Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer
Susan Dawes .... supervising sound editor
Dawn Fintor .... foley artist
Galen Goodpaster .... first assistant sound editor
David Grimaldi .... sound effects editor
Justin Herman .... sound stage technician
Kevin Jette .... adr mixer
George Leong .... boom operator
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist
Nancy MacLeod .... sound effects editor
Stefano Mascitti .... synchronization
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Doug Mountain .... sound engineer (as Douglas Mountain)
Richard Murphy .... sound assist
Richard Murphy .... utility sound
Jay Petach .... adr recordist: Cincinnati
Elizabeth Rainey .... foley artist
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer (as Charleen Steeves)
William Sarokin .... sound mixer
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Alicia Stevenson .... foley artist
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Mandy Arnold .... digital restoration artist
Lew Baldwin .... visual effects
Jamie Baxter .... digital compositor
Ryan Beadle .... digital I/O
John Bunt .... digital compositor
Samuel M. Dabbs .... digital compositor
Mark Dornfeld .... visual effects supervisor
Michele Ferrone .... visual effects producer
Anthony Fung .... visual effects artist
James Gambino .... rotoscoping
Adam Gass .... digital editorial
Sarah Grieshammer .... digital compositor
Shaina Holmes .... digital artist supervisor
Lindsay M. Hoppe .... compositor (as Lindsay Anderson)
Lew Baldwin House Of Yes .... visual effects
Justin Israel .... digital compositor
Paulina Kuszta .... visual effects coordinator
Vincent Lavares .... data manager: Laser Pacific
 
Stunts
Jill Brown .... assistant stunt coordinator
Haytham Kandil .... stunts
Mark Norby .... stunts
Tracey Ruggiero .... stunt double: Anne Hathaway
Shawnna Thibodeau .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert M. Andres .... key grip
Thomas Bango .... first assistant camera
Alison Barton .... grip
Joseph Battista .... grip
Angela Bellisio .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Robert Bullard .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Brian Daigle .... rigging electrician
Joseph E. Doyle .... engineer: HD camera
David M. Dunlap .... director of photography: second unit
Jeffrey A. Eplett .... best boy rigging electrician
Claire Folger .... still photographer: New York and Boston
Joel Holland .... key video assist operator
Lukasz Jogalla .... camera operator: "a" camera
Robert Knowles .... grip
Michael Kowalczyk .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Thomas Landi .... electrician
Kurt Lennig .... rigging gaffer
Scott Lipkowitz .... camera loader
Jonathan Lumley .... gaffer
Doug Meils .... additional electric
Doug Meils .... additional lighting electrician
Jesse Panuccio .... rigging grip
John Panuccio .... key rigging grip
Michael Parmelee .... still photographer: New York
Harry Pray IV .... lighting technician
Peter Ramos .... camera operator: "c" camera
Paul Raymond .... video assist operator
Chuck Rudolph .... generator operator: set
Dave Rudolph .... best boy electric
Blackford 'Boots' Shelton .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Craig Striano .... techno crane operator
David Taylor .... grip
Ralph Watson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Ralph Watson .... steadicam operator
 
Casting Department
Tarquin Alexander .... casting associate
Peter Dudgeon .... casting assistant
Toby Guidry .... casting associate
Cheryl Hawe .... extras casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... adr voice casting
Kevin Mockrin .... casting associate
Carolyn Pickman .... location casting: Boston
Jodi Purdy-Quinlan .... extras casting
Patty Wall .... extras casting assistant
Matt Bouldry .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Grant Wilfley .... extras casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alexa Anderson .... costume assistant
Natalie Arango .... key costumer
Jeanie Baker .... costumer: Ms. Hathaway
Rosa J. Colón .... additional set costumer (as Rosa Colón)
Hillary Derby .... costumer
Sheila Grover .... costumer (as Sheila Gentile)
Rebecca Hofherr .... assistant costume designer
Leah Katznelson .... assistant costume designer
Chrissy Kuhn .... costumer
Alethea McElroy .... costumer: Ms. Hudson
Honah Lee Milne .... set costumer
Joanna Murphy .... additional costume shopper
Janna Pederson .... seamstress
Amy Pickering .... wardrobe supervisor
Debra Sugarman .... costumer
Gillian Zwick .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Nic Angell .... digital intermediate producer
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Addison Donnell .... post-production assistant
Rick Granville .... post-production coordinator
Mat Greenleaf .... post-production assistant
Angie Luckey .... assistant editor
Carrie Oliver .... digital conformist
Mike Sowa .... digital intermediate colorist
Debra L. Tennant .... first assistant editor
Valance Eisleben .... digital intermediate editor (uncredited)
Gregg Lang .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Pete Anthony .... conductor
Bryan Carrigan .... digital score recordist
Linda Cohen .... music supervisor
George Doering .... musician
Norman Durance .... music supervisor: songs
Robert Elhai .... orchestrator
Chris Fogel .... music scoring engineer
Kevin Kliesch .... orchestrator
Victor Pesavento .... music preparation
Jay B. Richardson .... music editor
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Andrew Shulman .... musician
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
 
Transportation Department
Amber R. Kirsch .... transportation
 
Other crew
Eric Olin Anderson .... set production assistant
Nicole Anderson .... key craft service
Katri Billard .... script supervisor
Susannah Brengel .... production accountant
Kayce Brown .... assistant: Kate Hudson
Jane Bulmer .... assistant: Arnon Milchan
Eric Camacho .... production assistant
Shawn Caple .... production assistant
John Carrafa .... choreographer
Gary Chandler .... second craft services
James Coker .... production assistant: New York
Derek Cunningham .... assistant location manager
Kayla Delehant .... stand-in for Anne Hathaway
Shannon Dennard .... location scout
Francine DiChiara .... production secretary
Roger Dillingham Jr. .... set medic
Cyndy Doll .... stand-in
Joseph E. Doyle .... video/computer playback operator
Blake Drummond .... assistant production coordinator
Paul Elicone .... accounting clerk
Michelle Ferullo .... clearance coordinator
Karin Fong .... title designer: main title
Michael Fucci .... location manager
Steven Fulcher .... additional set production assistant
Benjamin Gamer .... location assistant
Carla Hacken .... studio executive
Chase Hall .... stand-in
Wayne Han .... production assistant
Stephen Hartman .... location assistant
Lauren Hartstone .... title designer
Patti Hawn .... unit publicist
Michael Hekmat .... assistant: Jonathan Filley
Bridget Hoffman .... additional voices
Jerrold McKinley Ivery .... post-production accountant
Crystal Jenney .... assistant: Gary Winick
Brendan Kehoe .... assistant location manager
Kelly Kiernan .... production executive
Jennifer Klatt .... first assistant accountant
Joanna Klein .... production assistant: New York
Russ Klein .... set production assistant: New York
Christopher G. Kurose .... production assistant
David LaCarubba .... production assistant
April Lamb .... assistant: Gary Winick
Bronson Lamb .... production assistant
Dylan Matlock .... set production assistant
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... additional voices
Cara McKenney .... main title producer
Todd Mello .... stand-in
Joshua Moulding .... production assistant
Jason Mulcahy .... stand-in
David Nieves .... production assistant
J.P. Ouellette .... staff set production assistant
Oscar Quinones .... production assistant
Jeremy Roberts .... payroll accountant
Seth Romero .... intern: locations
Melissa Rosal .... production assistant
Vincenzo Rotondo .... craft service assistant
Joey Salim .... title designer
Jim Schiro .... assistant accountant
Regina Scott .... additional production assistant
Tanisha Scott .... assistant choreographer
Bryan Smiley .... assistant: Arnon Milchan
K.D. Smith .... post-production accounting assistant
Greg Staley .... set production assistant
Laura Summer .... additional voices
Patrick Walmsley .... assistant: Julie Yorn
Jacob Wasserman .... production assistant
Ryan Young .... key set production assistant
David Louis Zuckerman .... assistant: director
Patrick Mel Hayes .... stand-in (uncredited)
Matt Soule .... epk sound (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Vera Wang .... the producers wish to thank
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Bridal Wars" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for suggestive content, language and some rude behavior
Runtime:
89 min
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Certification:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Australia:M (Cable TV rating) | Finland:S | Hong Kong:IIA | Ireland:PG | Mexico:A | New Zealand:PG | Norway:A | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:NC-16 | Singapore:PG (edited version) | South Africa:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:T | Sweden:Btl | Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) | Taiwan:GP | UK:PG (cut) | USA:PG (certificate #44718)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The script was finished just before the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Nearing the end of the movie when Emma is waiting in the room with Deb, the position of her veil changes a few times.See more »
Quotes:
Daniel:They haven't spoken in a week. That's like a century in girl years.See more »
Movie Connections:
Remade as Bride Wars (2015)See more »
Soundtrack:
Piano CocktailSee more »

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35 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
Dry caricature., 12 January 2009
Author: Jamie Ward from United Kingdom

The romantic comedy is a type of film that relies on two obvious traits; the ability to make its audience laugh, and the ability to make that very same audience tear-up or at least feel some degree of warmth towards the central characters' love story. Bride Wars, which ostensibly at least, takes the form of your typical rom-com is an example of such that constantly tries to do the former -while constantly failing-, and only hints at the latter only in the background in order to advance plot. The result from this is a middling and sluggishly mundane feature that neither offers memorable characters or even a few cheap laughs. To be fair, there has to be something said for the fact that I am not exactly within the movie's target demographic. Yet judging by the reactions of those around me, I got the feeling that what I was experiencing wasn't exactly gender exclusive.

The story here, which revolves around two best gal-pals Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) as they try to cope with their simultaneous weddings, is one that is likely to get a few chuckles from females, but less so with their male counterparts. Yes, this is somewhat expectant of a movie titled Bride Wars, but then again, if half of your audience are neglected to the sidelines then you're needlessly cutting yourself short. This stunted, polarising depiction of "every girl's biggest day" feels fitting to its source material, so women will enjoy this moreso than men, but not by much. You see, aside from the fact that Bride Wars wants nothing more than to cater to cheap gags and sappy melodrama fit to please the Legally Blonde crowd, there also remains blatant problems in just about everything else that fills the movie's first two acts. With little romance to back up the meagre plot, dull, dry characterisation coupled with non-existent chemistry between either the friends and their partners, or even themselves, the vast majority of Bride Wars turns ugly, rather quickly; the movie pushes that this cat fight between Hudson and Hathaway is meant to be fun and airy with plenty of laughs, but it's too transparent and formulated to even move beyond dry caricature.

It doesn't help at all that the majority of the performances from the main cast are border line negligible. Hudson and Hathaway, who are supposed to playing long-time best buddies who suddenly fall out over a petty dispute, are strangely forgettable, if not repelling. In all fairness, both hit the proverbial hammer on the head with their portrayals as stock-pile, cardboard cut-out typecasts befitting of the genre and only the genre, but this isn't exactly saying much. The remainder of the cast, who each have around ten minutes tops of total screen time are just as unremarkable, with Kristen Johnston giving the movie its only real favour and edge. So, what's worse than a romantic comedy with next to no compelling or memorable performances? Not much.

To be fair however, Bride Wars isn't really a romance at all. At least, that's what I hope director Gary Winick was trying to put across (somehow I get the feeling that I'm giving too much benefit of the doubt). If anything, the movie exists more as a mildly poignant example of companionship in the form of friends rather than romance. This tangent, which takes full form in the third act, for the most part surpasses the drudgery that comes beforehand, and establishes a touching, if slightly overly done sentimental climax. By all means, it's far too little, all too late, but I at least found myself moved by the movie's final statement, even if it was by means of extreme contrast. Yet had Winick went with this theme for the majority of his film, rather than save it for after all the silly, perfunctory cat fight scenes that in turn just about destroy all human shades within his characters, Bride Wars could have been a much more flowing, and relevant feature. Instead it exists simply as throwaway popcorn fodder for girls on a night out who have nothing better to do than to revisit the same old characters, wacky situations and sit-com dialogue typical of your average Will & Grace episode.

- A review by Jamie Robert Ward (http://www.invocus.net)

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