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A woman faced with a tragedy discovers the man she loved was not all she imagined him to be in this romantic comedy-drama. Grey ([[Performer~P230436~Jennifer Garner~jennifergarner]]) was a beautiful woman who found the man of her dreams in Grady Douglas, and was looking forward to spending the rest of her life with him until he suddenly died only a few days before they were to be married. With her wedding turned into an impromptu funeral, Grey is emotionally devastated but has to deal with the practicalities of her new life alone, including moving out of the house she shared with Grady. Short on cash and in need of emotional support, Grey moves in with two longtime friends, sloppy but philosophical Sam ([[Performer~P111916~Kevin Smith~kevinsmith]]) and well-meaning but tightly wound Dennis ([[Performer~P303655~Sam Jaeger~samjaeger]]). Grey also finds herself often chatting with Fritz ([[Performer~P232835~Timothy Olyphant~timothyolyphant]]), Grady's best friend, through she's always regarded him as a sleazeball. As time passes, Grey discovers that Grady had a secret life he never shared with her -- including a young son from a previous relationship -- and as she tries to come to terms with the past of her former fiancé, she struggles to put her new life on track, and finds herself reevaluating her long-held feelings about Fritz. Catch and Release was the first directorial effort from screenwriter [[Performer~P241920~Susannah Grant~susannahgrant]], whose script credits include [[Feature~V184310~Erin Brockovich~erinbrockovich]], [[Feature~V184521~28 Days~28days]], and [[Feature~V304473~In Her Shoes~inhershoes]]. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:January 26, 2007


Jennifer Garner
as Gray Wheeler
Timothy Olyphant
as Fritz
Kevin Smith
as Sam
Sam Jaeger
as Dennis
Tina Lifford
as Eve
Fiona Shaw
as Mrs. Douglas
Juliette Lewis
as Maureen
Joshua Friesen
as Mattie
Georgia Craig
as Persephone
Christopher Redman
as Flower Delivery Guy
Joyce Krenz
as Housekeeper
Sonja Bennett
as Caterer
Yorgo Constantine
as Co-Worker
Daniel Parker
as Deadhead Singer
Nancy Hower
as Deadhead Singer
Jennifer Spence
as Comforting Friend
Kyla Anderson
as Comforting Friend
Leanna Nash
as Comforting Friend
Wendy Noel
as Comforting Friend
Michael D. Adamthwaite
as Cowboy
John B. Destry
as Paint Salesman
Nancy Wetzel
as Cyclist
Dillard Brinson
as Michael Soltman
Sacha Levin
as Drummer
Terence Kelly
as Mr. Wheeler
Gabrielle Rose
as Mrs. Wheeler


Susannah Grant
Jenno Topping
Susannah Grant
John Lindley
Tommy Stinson
Composer (Music Score)
Composer (Music Score)
Anne V. Coates
Brent Thomas
Production Designer
Shannon Grover
Art Director
Joshua Siegel
Associate Producer
B. Casey Grant
Executive Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh
Executive Producer
Lynwood Spinks
Executive Producer
Lesley Beale
Set Decorator
Tish Monaghan
Costume Designer
David Sardi
First Assistant Director
Henry Cline
Camera Operator
Susan Brouse
Nina Gold
Lynne Carrow
Deborah Aquila
Tricia Wood
Yvonne Melville
Unit Production Manager
Imaginary Forces
Title Design
Derick McLeod
Construction Coordinator
Forest Sala
Key Hairstylist
Gregory McMurry
Visual Effects Supervisor
Brian Trifon
Additional Music
Bryan Korenberg
Properties Master
Marshall Virtue
Stunts Coordinator
Michael DiMattia
Additional Music
Karen Margolese
Second Assistant Director
Andrew Davidson
Chief Lighting Technician
Adrienne Sol
Production Coordinator
Rino Pace
Location Manager
Sandra Watson
Costumes Supervisor
Thomas Bianco
Production Accountant