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Anna Friel filmed her role in a day.
First feature film directed by Woody Allen that is not produced by Charles H. Joffe. Joffe, who had worked with Allen for nearly 40 years, died in July 2008.
Before Lucy Punch replaced Nicole Kidman, Carice van Houten was considered to replace her.
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Celia Imrie filmed her role in a day, and said that she accepted the part even though it was small because Woody Allen was such a "legend". Her scenes with Anthony Hopkins, however, never made it into the final cut.
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In some territories such as Australia, this Woody Allen film was theatrically released after both Midnight in Paris (2011) and To Rome with Love (2012) which were both made after You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010).
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Nicole Kidman was cast in the lead role but dropped out. Lucy Punch would later accept the role.
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Woody Allen said that he initially thought he would not be able to get Anthony Hopkins to agree to appear in the film.
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Monique Alfradique auditioned for the film, but didn't get the part.
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Anne Reid unsuccessfully auditioned for the part played by Pauline Collins.
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The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

The line that Roy uses to court Sally ("So much depends on a red wheelbarrow glazed with rainwater beside the white chickens") is actually a poem by William Carlos Williams. It's unclear whether Sally's character knew that or whether Roy stole it for himself (setting up a bit of foreshadowing).

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