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A high-strung mom and her punky daughter learn what it's like to walk in each other's shoes -- literally -- in Disney's second update of their 1977 teen fantasy comedy. The new-millennium Freaky Friday has disgruntled teen Anna Coleman ([[Performer~P241579~Lindsay Lohan~lindsaylohan]]) living, sans father, with her uptight therapist-author mom Tess ([[Performer~P16288~Jamie Lee Curtis~jamieleecurtis]]) and bratty brother Harry ([[Performer~P372236~Ryan Malgarini~ryanmalgarini]]). The angst between the two reaches a fever pitch on the eve of Tess' wedding rehearsal: Anna wants to ditch the proceedings for an all-important band audition, but Tess sees the conflict as a show of resentment toward imminent step-dad Ryan ([[Performer~P30474~Mark Harmon~markharmon]]). When the whole clan goes out to dinner at their favorite Chinese restaurant, their sage waitress ([[Performer~P211334~Lucille Soong~lucillesoong]]) picks up on the tension between the mother and daughter and casts a spell on them via two magic fortune cookies. The next day, Tess and Anna must put up with life in each other's bodies -- until, as the fortune says, they can come to a greater understanding of one another. Freaky Friday was previously remade for TV in 1995 with [[Performer~P43119~Shelley Long~shelleylong]] and [[Performer~P32691~Gaby Hoffman~gabyhoffmann]] in the leads. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi

  • Release date:August 6, 2003

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Jamie Lee Curtis Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 2003 Nominee

Cast

Jamie Lee Curtis
as Tess Coleman
Lindsay Lohan
as Anna Coleman
Mark Harmon
as Ryan
Harold Gould
as Grandpa
Janet Choi
as Dr. Mary Ann Smyth
Chad Michael Murray
as Jake
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Mr. Bates
Christina Vidal
as Maddie
Rosalind Chao
as Pei-Pei
Ryan Malgarini
as Harry Coleman
Lucille Soong
as Pei-Pei's Mom
Willie Garson
as Evan
Dina Waters
as Dottie Robertson
Julie Gonzalo
as Stacey Hinkhouse
Lu Elrod
as Detention Monitor

Crew

Andrew Gunn
Producer
Leslie Dixon
Screenwriter
Heather Hach
Screenwriter
Oliver Wood
Cinematographer
Lisa Brown
Musical Direction/Supervision
Rolfe Kent
Composer (Music Score)
Bruce Green
Editor
Cary White
Production Designer
Maria Baker
Art Director
Ann Marie Sanderlin
Co-producer
Mario Iscovich
Executive Producer
Barbara Haberecht
Set Designer
Genevieve Tyrrell
Costume Designer
Paul Ledford
Sound/Sound Designer
Benjamin Rosenberg
First Assistant Director
Marci Liroff
Casting
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