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The 1977 Broadway musical returns to the big screen with this Overbrook Entertainment/Sony Pictures production surrounding a 10-year-old Harlem foster child (played by Beasts of the Southern Wild's Quvenzhané Wallis) taken in by a calculating billionaire (Jamie Foxx) who's campaigning to be mayor. Abandoned by her biological parents as a baby, Annie (Wallis) spends every moment of every day attempting to avoid the wrath of her cruel foster mother Miss Hannigan (Cameron Diaz). Thing start to look up for Annie, however, when she has a very public encounter with Will Stacks (Foxx), a local cell-phone mogul with mayoral ambitions. Stacks campaign isn't going too well until he meets Annie and invites her into his home at the suggestion of his trusted top assistant Grace (Rose Byrne) and his ambitious PR advisor Guy (Bobby Cannavale). Meanwhile, what was originally conceived as a PR stunt to win over skeptical voters becomes something much more personal when the jaded tycoon realizes his ...
The final film for Cameron Diaz before her retirement. See more »
When Annie puts first puts the change down on the counter at the government office, there are only three coins, which total 55 cents - two quarters and a nickel. In the next shot, there are now six coins totaling 85 cents, two quarters, three dimes, and a nickel. The coins then become 55 cents when seen in the next shot. Finally, when the clerk takes the bills, the coins disappear completely. See more »
some things do not need to be remade ever.... this movie was garbage..... the original is way better as usual.....just don't waste your money on the "updated and downgraded" version.... if your kid wants to see it again the original is available at Walmart for $5..... just because things can be remade does not give you the right or need to do so. on top of being disappointing the least a studio could do is: get decent music. Actors with actual talent. make it true to the original not butchering a classic.... there's just no sense to doing this movie besides trying to get little princess babies to beg mommy and daddy to see it... an again if thats the idea...
GO BUY THE DVD OF THE ORIGINAL!
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