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Filmmaker James Mangold follows his Oscar-winning drama Girl, Interrupted (1999) with this whimsical fantasy. Meg Ryan stars as Kate McKay, a modern female executive in New York City whose drive to succeed in the cutthroat corporate world has left little time for romance. When her genius ex-boyfriend Stuart (Liev Schreiber) opens a portal in time, the experiment transports Leopold (Hugh Jackman) from 1867 to the present day. A charming bachelor and the royal "Third Duke of Albany" in his own time, Leopold is fascinated by the 21st century. As the courtly Leopold and the decidedly liberated Kate tour the town, a mutual attraction develops into something deeper, a relationship that's threatened by Leopold's temporary chronological status. Kate & Leopold (2001) was originally developed by co-screenwriter Steve Rogers as a project for star/producer [[Performer~P9472~Sandra Bullock~sandrabullock]], who had a hit with his film Hope Floats (1998). ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

  • Release date:December 25, 2001

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Hugh Jackman Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 2001 Nominee
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Sting Best Original Song 2001 Winner
Broadcast Film Critics Association Sting Best Song 2001 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Sting Best Song 2001 Nominee

Cast

Meg Ryan
as Kate McKay
Hugh Jackman
as Leopold
Liev Schreiber
as Stuart Bessler
Breckin Meyer
as Charlie McKay
Natasha Lyonne
as Darci
Bradley Whitford
as J.J. Camden
Paxton Whitehead
as Uncle Millard
Spalding Gray
as Dr. Geisler
Philip Bosco
as Otis
John Rothman
as Executive #1
David Aaron Baker
as Studio Executive
Robert Manning
as Passerby
Brandon Parrish
as Dennis
Brian Letscher
as Ad Executive
Brittney Startzman
as Monica
Charlotte Ayanna
as Patrice
Cole Hawkins
as Hector
Cornelius Byrne
as Carriage Driver
Dennis Rees
as Executive #2
Ebony Jo-Ann
as Nurse Ester
Francis Dumaurier
as Faux Emeril
Frank Arcuri
as 1876 Doorman
George Hahn
as Assistant Director
Ray Seiden
as Sanitation worker
Roma Torre
as TV Newscaster
Stan Tracy
as Photogropher
Stephanie Montalvo
as CRG Intern
Stephanie Sanditz
as Gretchin
Viola Davis
as Policewoman
Bill Corsair
as Limo Driver
Henry Boyle
as Cab Driver
James Mangold
as Movie Director
Andrea Barnes
as Clara
Joe Mosso
as Cameraman
Jonathan Fried
as Faux Wolfgang
Josh Stamberg
as Colleague Bob
Kevin Daniels
as Doorman at party
Kristen Schaal
as Miss Tree
Martha Madison
as Office Woman
Matthew Beisner
as Commercial Director
Matthew Sussman
as Ad Executive Phil
Michael Cassady
as Executive #3
Michael Shelle
as Distinquished Actor
Arthur Nascarella
as Gracey

Crew

James Mangold
Director
Cathy Konrad
Producer
James Mangold
Screenwriter
Steven Rogers
Screen Story
Steven Rogers
Screenwriter
Stuart Dryburgh
Cinematographer
Rolfe Kent
Composer (Music Score)
David Brenner
Editor
Mark Friedberg
Production Designer
Jess Gonchor
Art Director
Christopher Goode
Co-producer
Kerry Orent
Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein
Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer
Meryl Poster
Executive Producer
Stephanie Carroll
Set Designer
Alene Carroll
Set Designer
Donna Zakowska
Costume Designer
Iris Lemos
Costume Designer
Mathew Price
Sound/Sound Designer
Nick Mastandrea
First Assistant Director
Lukasz Jogalla
Camera Operator
Jerry Cetrulo
Stunts
Jery Hewitt
Stunts
Mike Russo
Stunts
Jack McLaughlin
Stunts
Jay Carrado
Stunts
Amy Yanagisawa
Stunts
Pete Corby
Stunts
Stracy Diaz
Stunts
Roy Farfel
Stunts
Paul Bucossi
Stunts
Victor Bucossi
Stunts
Victor Chan
Stunts
Steven Rogers
Stunts
David Shumbris
Stunts
Danny Aiello III
Stunts
Don J. Hewitt
Stunts
Lorna Ventura
Choreography
Kerry Barden
Casting
Billy Hopkins
Casting
Suzanne Smith
Casting
Elizabeth Hirsch
Production Manager
Elizabeth Kenton
Dialogue Editor
Ellen Gannon
Production Coordinator
Eva Davy
Scenic Artist
Gene Engels
Gaffer
Alyson Evans
Production Supervisor
Charlie Bouis
Recording
Christopher Goode
Unit Production Manager
Dan Guachione
Boom Operator
Cara Leibovitz
Unit Publicist
Carla Raij
Location Manager
Alan Dangerio
Hair Styles
Deborah Maxwell Dion
Casting Associate
Bill W. Benton
Re-Recording Mixer
Jeffrey J. Haboush
Re-Recording Mixer
Marilyn McCoppen
ADR Editor
Larry Kemp
Dialogue Editor
Mimi Turner
Assistant Location Manager
Mimi Wyeth
Second Assistant Accountant
Arlene Hellerman
Research
Molly Clayton
Casting Associate
Neil Orlowski
Camera Loader
Nicholas Siapkaris
Production Supervisor
Mark Ricker
Draftsman
Mark Selemon
Greensman
Mathew Price
Production Sound
Ana Nasser
Post Production Assistant
Amy Lauritsen
Second Assistant Director
Howard London
ADR Mixer
Howell Gibbens
Supervising Sound Editor
James Morioka
Assistant Sound Editor
Janet Kalas
Scenic Artist
Janine Pesce
Set Dresser
Jennifer Truelove
Second Second Assistant Director
Jessica Archer
Location Manager
Joann Atwood
Set Dresser
Joanna Hartell
Set Dresser
Karen Kawahara
Makeup
Katy Dilkes
Scenic Artist
Kellie Morrison
Assistant Location Manager
Bob Scifo
Matte Artist
Mike Phillips
Production Accountant
Mario R. Ventenilla
Draftsman
Miguel Lopez Castillo
Assistant Art Director
Mark Bennett
Casting Associate
John Baer
Still Photographer
Bob Descaine
ADR Mixer
Vincent Guisetti
Foley Artist
Peter Bucossi
Stunts Coordinator
Ted Barela
Recording
Terri Brennan
Set Dresser
Tracy Bolt
Recording
Beth Solin
Scenic Artist
Paul Rabjohns
Music Editor
Peg Schierholz
Hair Styles
Roman Greller
Set Dresser
Sheila Waldron
Script Supervisor
Sheri Von Seeburg
Research
Peter Gleaves
ADR Mixer
Richard Tedesco
Art Department Assistant
Rick Riche
Matte Artist
Robert Currie
Set Dresser
Robert Stromberg
Visual Effects Supervisor
Patricia Sprott
Scenic Artist
Patrick Zentis
Matte Artist
Michael McCusker
First Assistant Editor
Mike Chock
Dialogue Editor
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