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Stacy's Mom (2010) Poster

(2010)

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In the tree house, when they put on the first porn DVD, the voices and noises of the porn actors are actually the voices of producers Jenna Cedicci and Cole Taylor.
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The film is loosely inspired by the 2003 Fountains of Wayne song of the same name.
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The character Professor Herbert's name was inspired by Don Herbert (more famously known as Mr. Wizard) from the science based children's television show from the 50's and 70's.
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The movie poster silhouette for Stacy's Mom is actually Jennifer Love Hewitt from a Rolling Stone magazine photo shoot; Issue 906 - October 3, 2002.
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Lemonade Girl was shot out in 2 takes.
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The piece of art above Stacy's Mom's bed is actually a piece done by the films Unit Production Manager Trevor Boyle. In his personal time, he's an artist.
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The original screenplay was 109 pages. It was cut to 92 pages about 3 days before production.
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Although the character of Tommy's Dad is named Richard (Judson Mills), in the final cut of the film, his name is never spoken.
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The green car that arrives to drop off Juan was, at the time, the car of producer Cole Taylor. Since the project wrapped, that car has long since "retired".
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The "Atari" like video game in the film is actually a VFX shot. Having trouble licensing footage from classic games, VFX artist Dave Zeevalk created the Asteroids-esque video game from scratch.
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When you see Mark hold up the porn DVD cover, it reads: "Don Jurso in I'm Hard, You're Easy: A Night of Pure Ecstasy". The man pictured on the front is good friends with director Patrick Sayre and producer Cole Taylor. When doing a photo shoot in pre-production, they called him up and he arrived on-set immediately. His faces, poses, and overall attitude had the crew howling with laughter. They only wish they could fit every image they had of him onto that one DVD cover.
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The voice of the History Teacher (played by actor Earl Schuman) had to be re-recorded. In order to save time and money, producer Cole Taylor filled in as the voice over actor.
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When Juan gets dropped off in the low rider, it's actually director Patrick Sayre who is driving the vehicle.
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For most of the crew, including the above the line crew, this was their first feature film. Unlike most first-time feature productions, not only was "Stacy's Mom" completed, but it was completed within budget, and picked up for distribution.
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During the early casting of the film, and before some major script changes needed to be reworked for monetary reasons, it seemed "Stacy's Mom" was gaining momentum with a strong word of mouth about a very funny screenplay. Casting Director Susan Johnston allegedly received a call from legendary film actor Tony Curtis's representation showing interest in playing the small, one-scene role of the History Teacher. As flattering as it was, and as exciting as the idea was to have a screen legend appear in this small-time comedy, the budget for "Stacy's Mom" would not allow for them to attain the celebrated idol for the one-day it would've taken to shoot him. Regardless, the filmmakers stated this was one of the most exciting parts about preproduction, even though it never came to be.
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