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Two Weeks Notice ()


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A lawyer decides that she's used too much like a nanny by her boss, so she walks out on him.

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Lucy Kelson
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George Wade
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June Carver
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Ruth Kelson
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Larry Kelson
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Meryl Brooks
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Howard Wade
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Tony
Joseph Badalucco Jr. ...
Construction Foreman (as Joseph Badalucco)
Jonathan Dokuchitz ...
Tom
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Melanie Corman
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Elaine Cominsky
Iraida Polanco ...
Rosario
Charlotte Maier ...
Helen Wade
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Tiffany
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Norman
Rocco Musacchia ...
Fisherman
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Tyler
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Lauren Wade
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Ex-Mrs. Wade's Lawyer
Johnny Dee ...
Homeless Man
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Justice of the Peace
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Rich Beck (scenesDeleted)
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Man Getting into Cab
Teagle F. Bougere ...
Willie the Bellboy
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Hana the Hostess
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Mr. Lowell
Nadine Mozon ...
Ms. Gonzales
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Paul the Attorney
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Masseuse
Sharon Wilkins ...
Polly St. Clair
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Mike Piazza
Shannon Fiedler ...
Cookie Girl
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RV Woman
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RV Man
Sebastian Rand ...
RV Son (as Sebastian R. Rand)
George Gearhart King III ...
RV Son
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Donald Trump
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Norah Jones
Bill Bowers ...
Dance Floor Mime
William Thourlby ...
Man in Elevator
Elizabeth Owens ...
Woman in Elevator
Dori Kancher ...
Farewell Party Girl
Marina Lutz ...
Lucy's Client
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Assemblyman Perez (as Jose Ramon Rosario)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Legal Aid Client (uncredited)
Sierra Brandt ...
Background (uncredited)
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Coney Island BG (uncredited)
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Radioman (uncredited)
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Girlfriend (uncredited)
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Gala Participant (uncredited)
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Wedding Goer (uncredited)
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Onlooker (uncredited)
Paul Evans ...
Extra (uncredited)
Fabrizio Fante ...
Businessman (uncredited)
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Groomsman (uncredited)
Susan Glaze-Harper ...
Tennis Player (uncredited)
Jeannette Gould ...
Senior Center Woman (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Businessman (uncredited)
David Jefferson ...
Baseball Player (uncredited)
Alex Jordan ...
Waiter (uncredited)
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Tourist (uncredited)
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Deirdre (uncredited)
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Deli Employee (uncredited)
Charles McClelland ...
Charity Ball Attendee (uncredited)
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Mime #2 (uncredited)
David Mendell ...
Groomsman (uncredited)
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Baseball Fan (uncredited)
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Linda - Front Desk Clerk (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Nick Poltoranin ...
Supervisor (uncredited)
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Man in the Poland Springs Truck (uncredited)
Tsuyoshi Shinjo ...
Tsuyoshi Shinjo (uncredited)
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Banquet Guest (uncredited)
Patrick Tierney ...
Ballpark Patron (uncredited)
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Waiter (uncredited)
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Norman's Wife (uncredited)
Bill Walters ...
Boardwalk BG (uncredited)
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Bridesmaid (uncredited)
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Charity Ball Attendee (uncredited)
Dolores Winn ...
NYC Tourist (uncredited)

Directed by

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Marc Lawrence

Written by

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Marc Lawrence ... (written by)

Produced by

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Bruce Berman ... executive producer
Sandra Bullock ... producer
Scott Elias ... associate producer
Mary McLaglen ... executive producer

Music by

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John Powell

Cinematography by

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László Kovács ... director of photography (as Laszlo Kovacs)

Film Editing by

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Susan E. Morse

Editorial Department

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Glenn Allen ... first assistant editor
Guy Barresi ... second assistant editor
Chi Yoon Chung ... second assistant editor (as Chi-Yoon Chung)
Jamal El-Amin ... second assistant editor
Richard Friedlander ... first assistant editor
Mo Henry ... negative cutter: Los Angeles
Sharif Laurent ... post-production assistant
David Orr ... color timer
Joe Violante ... dailies advisor
Richard Nord ... additional editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Ilene Starger

Production Design by

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Peter S. Larkin ... (as Peter Larkin)

Art Direction by

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Ray Kluga
Jonathan Arkin ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by

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Christine Moosher ... (as Christine C. Moosher)

Costume Design by

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Gary Jones

Makeup Department

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Michael Kriston ... hair stylist: Mr. Grant
Francesca Paris ... hair department head / hair stylist: Ms. Bullock
Patricia Regan ... makeup artist
Anthony Veader ... hair stylist (as Anthony F. Veader)
Pamela S. Westmore ... makeup artist: Ms. Bullock (as Pamela Westmore)
Carla White ... makeup artist: Mr. Grant / makeup department head

Production Management

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Mary McLaglen ... unit production manager
Tricia Miles ... post-production supervisor
Donna E. Bloom ... unit production manager: additional photography (uncredited)
Mark Scoon ... executive in charge of production (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Julie A. Bloom ... first assistant director
Maya Choldin ... dga trainee
Kali R. Harrison ... second second assistant director
Kiersten Pilar Miller ... second assistant director (as Kiersten P. Miller)
Raymond Prado ... second unit director (as Raymond G. Prado)
Gianna DeGiulio ... dga trainee (uncredited)
Shawn Griffith ... first assistant director (uncredited) / second unit director (uncredited)
Karen Kane ... second assistant director: reshoots (uncredited)

Art Department

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Mark Bachman ... graphic artist
Joseph Badalucco Jr. ... additional props (as Joseph Badalucco)
Lucian Baran ... scenic artist
Michael J. Cerullo ... construction grip
Peter DeCurtis ... set dresser
Frank Didio ... head carpenter
Robert DiGrigoli ... shop craftsman
Natalie N. Dorset ... set dressing shopper
Emily Gaunt ... camera scenic artist
Rafael Gonell ... construction shop manager
Vincent Guarriello ... key construction grip
Ann Harmon ... shop scenic (as Anne Harmon)
Anthony Itri ... construction grip
Steve Krieger ... set dresser
Vinny Mazzarella ... assistant property master
James Mazzola ... property master
Jeffrey D. McDonald ... assistant art director
Anthony Munafo Jr. ... on-set dresser
Anthony Munafo ... on-set dresser
Jamie Lynn Petagna ... scenic artist
Ron Petagna ... construction coordinator (as Ronald J. Petagna)
Ronnie Petagna ... shop craftsman
Raymond Prado ... storyboard artist (as Raymond G. Prado)
Joseph Proscia ... lead man (as Joseph F. Proscia)
Leslie E. Rollins ... supervising set decorator
Vincent A. Romano ... set dresser
Chinyere Ryan ... shop scenic
Cliff Schorr ... camera scenic artist
William J. Schwing Jr. ... set dresser
James Sorice ... master scenic artist
Richard Tenewitz ... shop craftsman
Margot Therre ... second scenic artist
Alyson Wellins ... art department coordinator
Greg Williams ... scenic artist
Ian Kennedy ... art department assistant (uncredited)
Mike Montgomery ... construction grip (uncredited)
Joseph S. Patire ... shop craftsman (uncredited)
Randall Richards ... assistant art director: reshoots (uncredited)
Joan Winters ... graphic designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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David Boulton ... adr mixer (as David Bolton)
Martin Czembor ... re-recording mixer
Andrew Ellerd ... sound effects editor
Dawn Fintor ... foley artist
Tom Fleischman ... re-recording mixer
Phillip Fuller ... audio post technical support (as Phil Fuller)
Sean Garnhart ... sound effects editor
David Hankins ... supervising sound editor
Nathan Hankins ... assistant sound editor
Patrick Hogan ... dialogue editor
Kenton Jakub ... supervising adr editor
Jonathan Klein ... foley editor (as Jonathon Klein)
Terrance Laudermilch ... sound recordist (as Terry Laudermilch)
Helen Luttrell ... dialogue editor
Danny Michael ... sound mixer
Robert Morrisey ... assistant sound editor
Mark Pappas ... foley supervisor
Will Ralston ... adr editor (as Jennifer Ralston)
Alex Raspa ... adr recordist
Andrew Schmetterling ... boom operator
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist (as Alicia Stevenson-Irvin)
Bruce Tanis ... sound effects editor
Lila Yomtoob ... assistant sound editor
Jerry Yuen ... cable person
Ryan Darden ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Peter Gleaves ... adr mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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John Stifanich ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Akiko Ashley ... visual effects producer: Luminetik
Randall Balsmeyer ... visual effects supervisor
Kevin Cahill ... visual effects producer: Luminetik
J. Todd Constantine ... 2D technical assistant: Cinesite
Kyle DeVriendt ... visual effects assistant editor: Cinesite (as Kyle DeVreindt)
Chris Gelles ... senior digital artist: Luminetik
David Isyomin ... visual effects supervisor: Luminetik
Kathy Kelehan ... visual effects producer
Bridgitte Krupke ... visual effects coordinator: Cinesite
Kevin Lingenfelser ... visual effects supervisor: Cinesite
Andrew MacDonald ... compositor
Craig Mathieson ... 2D compositor: Cinesite
Scott McLain ... inferno artist
Serena Rainbow Naramore ... 2D compositor: Cinesite (as Serena Naramore)
Sean Rourke ... digital editor: Cinesite
Amit Sethi ... visual effects supervisor
Tiffany Smith ... visual effects producer: Cinesite

Stunts

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Peter Bucossi ... stunts (as Pete Bocossi)
Jery Hewitt ... stunts (as Jerry Hewitt)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richmond L. Aguilar ... gaffer
James Boniece ... key rigging grip
Craig Burfeindt ... film loader
Michael Cambria ... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Michael A. Cambria)
Paul Candrilli ... dolly grip: "b" camera
Andrew Cheung ... grip
Matthew W. Flannery ... b camera second assistant camera
Richie Ford ... rigging gaffer
Joseph Grimaldi ... best boy electric (as Joe Grimaldi)
Stan Keitt ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Scott Kincaid ... electrician
Jeremy Knaster ... electrician
Gábor Kövér ... camera operator: "b" camera (as Gabor Kover)
Gary Lamantia ... camera technician: Wescam camera
Mitchell Andrew Lillian ... key grip (as Mitch Lillian)
Charlie Marroquin ... best boy grip
Rick Marroquin ... dolly grip
Michael J. Maurer ... electrician
Lance Mayer ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jonathan Mayo ... additional photographer
Michael A. McFadden ... best boy rigging grip
Thomas McGrath Woods ... grip
Kevin McKenna ... video assist operator
Fred Muller ... generator operator
David Norris ... camera operator: Wescam camera (as Dave Norris)
Neal Norton ... camera operator: "a" camera / steadicam operator
Bill O'Leary ... gaffer
Louis Petraglia ... rigging best boy electrician
Eli Reed ... still photographer
Edward A. Robinson Jr. ... grip
Michael Rudolph ... generator operator
Johnny Santiago ... rigging grip
Chris Skutch ... grip
Robert Stevers ... electrician (as Bob Stevers)
Eric Swanek ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Andrew Sweeney ... grip
Lamont Crawford ... grip (uncredited)
Gregory F. Johnson ... grip (uncredited)
Todd S. Klein ... rigging grip (uncredited)
Darren Ryan ... 24 frame video operator (uncredited)
Lance Shepherd ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Eric Swanek ... steadicam assistant (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Karen E. Etcoff ... extras casting
Sondra James ... voice casting
Zoe E. Rotter ... casting assistant
Bill Tripician ... extras casting associate
Janice Wilde ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kate Edwards ... costume supervisor
Sue Gandy ... assistant costume designer
Cheryl Kilbourne-Kimpton ... costume supervisor
Mario Martinez ... costume shopper
Gali Noy ... costume department coordinator
Joel Voorhies ... costumer: Ms. Bullock
Benjamin Wilson ... costumer: Mr. Grant
Stephanie Biear ... seamstress (uncredited)
Charles C. Crutchfield ... additional costumer (uncredited)
Addie Hall ... additional costumer (uncredited)
Matt Kerr ... wardrobe department production assistant (uncredited)
Debbie Lucas ... seamstress (uncredited)
Tom Macdonald ... key set costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Tony Hernandez ... location assistant
Christine Leaman ... location assistant
Len Murach ... location manager
Edmund Nardone ... location projectionist
Kim Noble ... location manager (as Kimberly A. Noble)
Julie Solomon ... location assistant
Damon Michael Gordon ... location assistant (uncredited)
Jesse Hove ... location assistant: additional photography (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bunny Andrews ... scoring music editor
Tony Finno ... music preparation
Henry Hey ... musician
Darren Higman ... music consultant
Sonny Kompanek ... conductor / orchestrator
Alan Meyerson ... score mixer (as Allan Meyerson) / score recordist (as Allan Meyerson)
Sandra Park ... music contractor
Diana Stata ... additional music coordinator
Richard Ziegler ... music editor (as Rick Ziegler)
Laura Ziffren ... music supervisor (as Laura Wasserman)
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
George Doering ... musician (uncredited)
Timmy Olmstead ... music engineer (uncredited)
Joel J. Richard ... music assistant (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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William Baker ... driver (as Bill Baker)
William Michael Buckman ... driver (as William Buckman Sr.)
Richard Clark ... driver
Chris Collins ... driver (as Christopher Collins)
William Curtin ... driver (as William E. Curtin)
Robert Dwyer ... driver (as Bob Dwyer)
Thomas P. Eilig ... driver
Mike Elliot ... driver (as Michael Elliot)
Robert Fennimore ... driver
Joe Flynn ... driver (as Joseph E. Flynn)
James Giblin ... driver (as James S. Giblin)
Brian Hogan ... driver
Damian Holton ... driver
Jim Horvath ... driver (as James J. Horvath)
Peter Krienbihl ... driver (as Peter A. Kreinbihl)
John Lalor ... driver
Thomas McGoldrick ... driver
Victor Meich Jr. ... driver (as Victor Meich)
Edward Meyers ... driver
Wallace Mosely II ... driver
Wesley Petersen ... driver (as Wesley Peterson)
Joseph Riso ... driver
Biyami Sak ... driver
Robert Scanlon ... driver
Timothy Shannon ... transportation co-captain
Kenneth Swanson ... driver
Donald Sweeney ... driver (as Donald E. Sweeney)
Peter Travis ... driver
James Patrick Whalen Jr. ... transportation coordinator (as James P. Whalen)
Timothy J. Wood ... driver

Other crew

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Ethan Anderson ... craft service
Daniela Barbosa ... production assistant (as Daniela Tomc-Barbosa)
Buffy Barton ... assistant: Mr. Grant
Judi Bell ... script supervisor: second unit
Pamela Bertini ... production assistant
Eva Z. Cabrera ... script supervisor
Amy Carter ... first assistant accountant
Al Cerullo ... helicopter pilot
Santena Jenaris King Clough ... assistant accountant (as Santena Jenaris King)
Leslie Collins ... set medic
Kate Cortesi ... assistant: Ms. McLaglen
Veronica DeMartini ... worldtravel agent
Malcolm Dodson ... production assistant
Kathleen Fellegara ... set medic (as Kathy Fellegara)
Rich Fellegara ... set medic
Robert W. Frauenthal ... helicopter pilot (as Bob Frauenthal)
Vanessa Hoffman ... production assistant
Greg Jackson ... stand-in
Jenessa Joffe ... production assistant (as Jennessa Joffe)
Hollis McConnell Jones ... stand-in (as Hollis Jones)
Dori Kancher ... assistant: Fortis Films
Kate Kelly ... production coordinator
Ian Kennedy ... department assistant
Matt Kerr ... production assistant (as Matthew Kerr)
Amy Lafayette ... acupuncturist
Lara Leonard ... assistant: Ms. Bullock
Aaron Louis ... chess consultant (as Aaron Louis Tordini)
Sarah Maine ... production assistant (as Sara Maine)
Charlie McDonald ... production assistant
Frank McKenna ... craft service (as Frank J. McKenna)
Michael McKenna ... craft service (as Mike McKenna)
Taylor Norton ... production assistant
Anna Novick ... production assistant
Bill Richards ... helicopter pilot
Marsha Robertson ... unit publicist
Chris Sanata ... production assistant
Marc Santo ... production assistant
Sabrina Seidner ... stand-in
Patricia Sigismondi ... production assistant
Lisa Sutton ... acupuncturist
Nicholas Thomason ... production assistant (as Nick Thomason)
Linda Toon ... assistant accountant
Lynda Van Damm ... production controller
Reid Warman ... assistant production coordinator
Adam T. Weisinger ... production assistant (as Adam Wessinger)
Melissa Wells ... assistant: Mr. Lawrence
Sara Woodhatch ... assistant: Mr. Grant
Tomoko Yamamoto ... assistant accountant
Louis Zuppardi ... production secretary
Randall Balsmeyer ... title designer (uncredited)
Adam Carroll ... production assistant (uncredited)
Jared Cauliffe ... set production assistant (uncredited)
J. John Corbett ... title designer (uncredited)
Stacy Kowal ... production assistant (uncredited)
Jeff Lomaglio ... shop craftsmen (uncredited)
Pamela S. Marshall ... assistant production coordinator: additional photography (uncredited)
Jonathan Mayo ... production assistant (uncredited)
James Schiller Paul ... second second assistant accountant: re-shoots (uncredited)
Patricia Porter ... payroll accountant: re-shoots (uncredited)
Guillaume Renberg ... remote head technician (uncredited)
Anne Scott ... post-production accountant (uncredited)
Eugene Stamos ... craft service (uncredited)
Christian Vendetti ... production assistant (uncredited)
Steven Wargo ... craft service (uncredited)
R. John Weiler ... caterer (uncredited)

Thanks

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Richard Nord ... special thanks
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Harvard educated lawyer Lucy Kelson, following in the footsteps of her lawyer parents, uses her career for social activism. She hides any sense of femininity behind her work. George Wade is the suave public face of the Manhattan-based Wade Corporation, a development firm that Lucy routinely opposes and whose true head is George's profit-oriented brother, Howard Wade. George, who has a reputation as a lady's man, has had as his legal counsel a series of beautiful female lawyers with questionable credentials, they who have more primarily acted as his casual sex partners. Needing a real lawyer, he offers Lucy the job of his legal counsel on a chance meeting. Despite warnings from her parents in working for the "enemy", Lucy, who has no intention of being the latest in his bed partners, accepts the job as she feels she can do more good from the inside, and as George, as part of the job offer, promises not to demolish a community center in a heritage building as part of a development project near her childhood Coney Island home where her parents still live. Although Lucy is able to effect the type of change she wanted from this position, she finds she cannot deal with George's expectations of her, namely being his primary confidante and advisor at all hours of the day and night, mostly about issues she considers frivolous. As such, she gives him two weeks notice, although she promises to help George find her replacement. As Lucy begins to review resumes, George himself unilaterally decides to hire June Carver, a fellow Harvardite, but who seems to have her sights set on George as both a boss and personal partner. As June begins to replace Lucy in seemingly all aspects of George's life, Lucy begins to realize that she herself has fallen for George. However, Lucy's feelings for George and her attempts to re-ingratiate herself into George's life are placed into jeopardy when she learns of a Wade Corporation decision against her basic sensibilities. Written by Huggo

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Taglines A comedy about love at last glance. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Untitled Marc Lawrence Project (United States)
  • Two Weeks' Notice (World-wide, English title)
  • L'amour sans préavis (France)
  • Ein Chef zum Verlieben (Germany)
  • Amor con preaviso (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 101 min
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Box Office

Budget $60,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $14,328,494, 22 Dec 2002
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $199,043,242

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film was originally set to be shot entirely in Toronto due to cheaper production costs, but producer/star Sandra Bullock insisted that a film about New York City must be made in New York City. It ended up being shot entirely on location within a 17-week span. The film revitalized the economy of New York City after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and allowed businesses to flourish once again. In honor of the cast and crew's contribution to the city, 11 December 2002 was named "Two Weeks Notice" Day by the Mayor of New York City. See more »
Goofs The title, if grammatically correct, would read Two Weeks' Notice, not Two Weeks Notice. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Making of 'Two Weeks Notice' (2002). See more »
Soundtracks Baby (You've Got What It Takes) See more »
Crazy Credits The beginning of the credits shows pictures of Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant as children growing up. See more »
Quotes George Wade: Before you came into my life I could make all kinds of decisions, now I can't, I'm addicted, I have to know what you think!
[holds up cufflinks]
George Wade: What do you think?
Lucy Kelson: George, I think you are the most selfish human being on the planet.
George Wade: Well that's just silly. Have you met everybody on the planet?
Lucy Kelson: Goodbye George.
[she leaves]
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