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The immature heir to a billion-dollar empire finds himself cut off from the family fortune after rejecting his arranged marriage to a nouveau riche socialite, and instead falling for a free-spirited unlicensed tour guide in this remake of the sentimental 1981 comedy starring Dudley Moore. Arthur (Russell Brand) was raised in the lap of luxury. His family is wealthy beyond compare, and ever since he was a child his every whim has been catered to by his nanny, Hobson (Helen Mirren), and his chauffeur, Bitterman (Luis Guzman). But the party starts to wind down when Arthur's domineering mother (Geraldine James) insists that he marry Susan (Jennifer Garner), the daughter of a self-made millionaire (Nick Nolte) who isn't above intimidating his future son-in-law into marriage. Vehemently opposed to the idea due to the fact that he and Susan have nothing in common, Arthur rejects the proposal after falling in love with Linda (Greta Gerwig), an aspiring children's book author who pays the rent by giving unofficial tours of Grand Central Station. As a result, Arthur has to decide if he can face life as a normal member of the working class -- and without his trusty flask of booze. Television veteran Jason Winer (Jason Winer) directs from a script by Peter Baynham (Peter Baynham, Peter Baynham). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:April 8, 2011

Cast

Russell Brand
as Arthur
Helen Mirren
as Hobson
Greta Gerwig
as Naomi
Jennifer Garner
as Susan
Geraldine James
as Vivienne
Luis Guzman
as Bitterman
Nick Nolte
as Burt Johnson
Murphy Guyer
as Officer Kaplan
Jose Ramon Rosario
as Employment Clerk
John Hodgman
as Candy Store Manager
Scott Adsit
as Gummy Bear Man
Evander Holyfield
as Boxing Trainer
Peter Van Wagner
as Naomi's Dad
Robert Clohessy
as Veteran Cop
Tom Toner
as Wedding Priest
Richard Bekins
as Chancellor
Matt Malloy
as Spoon Guy
Tuffy Questell
as Tito
Sara Chase
as Journalist #1
Ali Farahnakian
as Journalist #2
Charlie Hewson
as Receptionist/Best Man
Saul Stein
as Officer #2
Stink Fisher
as Foreman
Dylan Clark Marshall
as Boy on Tour
Leslie Hendrix
as Alice Johnson
George Feaster
as James
Ed Jewett
as Group Leader
John Carrafa
as Choreographer
Jennie Eisenhower
as Maid of Honor
Pamela Holden Stewart
as Librarian
Jackson Nicoll
as Library Boy #1

Crew

Jason Winer
Director
Michael Tadross
Producer
Kevin McCormick
Producer
Larry Brezner
Producer
Chris Bender
Producer
Peter Baynham
Screenwriter
Uta Briesewitz
Cinematographer
Dave Jordan
Musical Direction/Supervision
Theodore Shapiro
Composer (Music Score)
Jojo Villanueva
Musical Direction/Supervision
Brent White
Editor
Sarah Knowles
Production Designer
Ray Quinlan
Associate Producer
J.C. Spink
Executive Producer
Russell Brand
Executive Producer
Chryss Hionis
Set Decorator
Eugene Gearty
Sound/Sound Designer
James J. Sabat
Sound Mixer
Kathleen Chopin
Casting
Gregg Rudloff
Re-Recording Mixer
Bruce Tanis
Sound Effects Editor
Kevin Zack
Special Effects Technician
Marcia Patten
Costumes Supervisor
Angel Pine
Post Production Supervisor
Russ Senzatimore
Assistant Director
Alan D'Angerio
Hair Styles
Charles Zalben
Location Manager
Andrew Fiero
Second Assistant Director
Susie Mazzarese-Allison
Department Head Hair
Margot Boccia
Makeup
Melissa Bretherton
First Assistant Editor
Michael Saccio
Properties Master
Alex Hepburn
Visual Effects Editor
Phil Barrie
Sound Effects Editor
Mary Cybulski
Script Supervisor
Louise McCarthy
Key Make-up
Jery Hewitt
Stunts Coordinator
Todd Kleitsch
Department Head Makeup
John Reitz
Re-Recording Mixer
Ray Quinlan
Unit Production Manager
Oliver Hug
Music Editor
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