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In keeping with the light and slick tones of her earlier film What Women Want, [[Performer~P102687~Nancy Meyers~nancymeyers]] writes and directs the romantic comedy Something's Gotta Give. [[Performer~P104455~Jack Nicholson~jacknicholson]] plays Harry Langer, a swinging sixtysomething entertainment executive surrounded by plenty of young girlfriends. His latest romance is young petite sophisticate Marin ([[Performer~P215968~Amanda Peet~amandapeet]]), who takes him to her mother's beach house in the Hamptons for a weekend fling. However, Marin's successful Broadway playwright mother Erica Barry ([[Performer~P96996~Diane Keaton~dianekeaton]]) is already vacationing at the house with her sister Zoe ([[Performer~P47305~Frances McDormand~francesmcdormand]]). Marin and Harry stay anyway, and Harry ends up having a heart attack. He goes to the hospital and is looked after by thirtysomething doctor Julian Mercer ([[Performer~P59355~Keanu Reeves~keanureeves]]). Impressed by her writing, Dr. Mercer finds himself pursuing a romance with Erica. Because of his serious health condition, he orders Harry to stay near the hospital. While Marin returns to Manhattan, Erica agrees to stay on and look after Harry. Of course they are repulsed by each other at first, but they end up falling in love throughout the recovery process. Also starring [[Performer~P22880~Jon Favreau~jonfavreau]] as Harry's assistant. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

  • Release date:December 6, 2003

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Jack Nicholson Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 2003 Nominee
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Diane Keaton Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 2003 Winner
National Board of Review Diane Keaton Best Actress 2003 Winner
Screen Actors Guild Diane Keaton Best Actress 2003 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Diane Keaton Best Actress 2003 Nominee

Cast

Jack Nicholson
as Harry Sanborn
Diane Keaton
as Erica Barry
Keanu Reeves
as Julian Mercer
Frances McDormand
as Zoe Barry
Amanda Peet
as Marin Barry
Jon Favreau
as Leo
Paul Michael Glaser
as David Klein
Rachel Ticotin
as Dr. Martinez
Tanya Sweet
as Beauty
Conroe Brooks
as NYC Nurse
Kathy Tong
as Beauty
Catherine McGoohan
as Door Slammer
Nichole M. Hiltz
as Harry's Lunch Date
T.J. Thyne
as Hamptons Waiter
Daniella Van Graas
as Beauty
Paige Butcher
as Beauty
Susan Misner
as Harry's Old Flame
Beatrice Quinn
as Lady in Market
Sonja Francis
as Beauty
Robert Frank Telfer
as Older Guy in Market
Tamara Spoelder
as Beauty
Kristine Szabo
as Beauty
Lorraine Nicholson
as Young girl in market
Robin Pearson Rose
as Hamptons Nurse
Taylor Block
as Young Patient
Vanessa Haydon
as Beauty
Tania Deighton
as Harry's Assistant
Leslie Upson
as Broadway Actress
Roxanne Beckford
as Hamptons Nurse
Cindy Joseph
as Harry's Old Flame
Patrick Fischler
as Stage Manager
KaDee Strickland
as Kristen
Audrey Wasilewski
as Hamptons Nurse
Susan Dizon
as Hamptons Nurse
Connie Sawyer
as Lady in Market
Ara Anton
as Paramedic
Marjie Gum
as Annie
Jennifer Siebel
as Younger Woman in Market
Lorna Scott
as Mrs. Gimble
Nicki Norris
as Harry's Assistant
Peter Spears
as Danny Benjamin
Michelle Fabiano
as Door Slammer
Sean Smith
as Maitre D'
Melissa Keller
as Party Guest
Elayn Taylor
as NYC Nurse
Tayrene Mugridge
as Harry's Dinner Date
Alexandra Neil
as Harry's Old Flame

Crew

Nancy Meyers
Director
Nancy Meyers
Producer
Bruce A. Block
Producer
Nancy Meyers
Screenwriter
Michael Ballhaus
Cinematographer
Bonnie Greenberg
Musical Direction/Supervision
Hans Zimmer
Composer (Music Score)
Joe Hutshing
Editor
Jon Hutman
Production Designer
Steven Graham
Art Director
Jean-Michel Ducourty
Art Director
John Warnke
Art Director
Jean-Michel Hugon
Art Director
Suzanne Farwell
Co-producer
Dianne I. Wager
Set Designer
Gary Diamond
Set Designer
Philippe Turlure
Set Designer
Beth A. Rubino
Set Designer
Anthony D. Parrillo
Set Designer
Ann Culotta
Costume Designer
Véronique Portebois
Costume Designer
Suzanne McCabe
Costume Designer
Sandra Bojin-Sedlik
Costume Designer
Sonny Merritt
Costume Designer
Deborah Travis
Costume Designer
Myron Baker
Costume Designer
Becky Gelbart
Costume Designer
Elaine McGhee
Costume Designer
K.C. Colwell
First Assistant Director
William Pruss
First Assistant Director
Andrew Rowlands
Camera Operator
Janet Dey
Stunts
Jane Jenkins
Casting
Susan Shopmaker
Casting
Janet Hirshenson
Casting
Amy Gossels
Casting
Susan Carrano
Assistant Costume Designer
Bob Marshak
Still Photographer
Vanessa Mujica
Third Assistant Director
Raul Bruce
Boom Operator
Joann Atwood
Set Dresser
Michelle Jeffers
Visual Effects Producer
Cricket Sloat
Assistant Chief Lighting Technician
Ulrike Lamster
Camera Loader
Kim Hinju
Assistant Art Director
Philippe Margottin
Set Dresser
Craig Comstock
Second Second Assistant Director
Bruce A. Block
Second Unit Director
Bruce A. Block
Storyboard Artist
Sophie Landry
Makeup
Nick Thomason
Production Secretary
Mo Henry
Negative Cutter
Alison Fisher
ADR Editor
Roman Greller
Set Dresser
Merdyce McClaran
Set Dresser
Lawrence Amanuel
Greensman
Jean-Yves Freess
Key Grip
Joy Zapata
Hair Styles
Helen Pollak
Unit Production Manager
Stephanie Champault
Second Assistant Director
Keith Brachmann
Assistant Editor
Kelcey Fry
Department Head Makeup
Nina Paskowitz
Hair Styles
Rita Troy
Hair Styles
Ralph Bertelle
Production Coordinator
Frida Aradottir
Department Head Hair
Tim Werle
Set Medic/First Aid
Olivier Burgaud
Boom Operator
Nathalie Cercuel
Costumes Supervisor
Isabelle Gautier
Location Manager
Addy McClelland
Art Department Coordinator
Eric Whitehead
Dolly Grip
Richard Conkling
Assistant Editor
Hutchison Hancock
Production Assistant
Geri Oppenheim
Makeup
Pierre Morel
Second Unit Director Of Photography
Carrie Oyer
Production Assistant
Paula Harris
Second Assistant Director
Howard London
ADR Recordist
Susana Campos
Key Costumer
Wayne Griffin
Sound Effects Director
Thomas Ford
Visual Effects Producer
Brian Ruberg
Foley Mixer
Andrew Rowlands
Steadicam Operator
Gregory Conroy
Assistant Location Manager
Linda Henrikson
Costumes Supervisor
Tammy Glover
Production Secretary
Rocco Palmieri
Best Boy Electric
Alberte Garo
Extra Casting
Christopher Hanada
Production Secretary
Kim Drummond
Dialogue Editor
Jacques Quinternet
Leadman
Andrea Fenton
Assistant Set Decorator
Harvey Goldberg
Set Dresser
Jessica Samuelson
Assistant Properties
Stephen A. Rotter
Additional Editing
Heather Norton
First Assistant Camera
Ethan Goodwin
Art Department Coordinator
Helen Sabatzki
Second Assistant Camera
Mika Michaels
Second Assistant Camera
Ashley Burnham
Assistant Art Director
Arthur Rochester
Production Sound Mixer
Gary A. Hecker
Foley Artist
Eric Rylander
Special Effects Coordinator
Angelo Digiacomo
First Assistant Camera
Ann Ducommun
Assistant Sound Editor
Hartsell Taylor
Costume/Wardrobe
Galen Goodpaster
First Assistant Sound Editor
Mychael Bates
Properties Master
Nina Moskol
Best Boy Grip
Frank Cappiello
Greensman
Michelle Lewitt
Casting Associate
Braden Belmonte
Second Assistant Camera
Leslie Thorson
Assistant Location Manager
Jean-Pierre Avice
Unit Production Manager
Michael Adkins
Costume/Wardrobe
Christie Mullen
Assistant Location Manager
Michael Haight
Supervising ADR Editor
William Ambrose
Best Boy Grip
Michel Vialla
Special Effects Coordinator
Tim Alverson
Visual Effects Editor
Jacky Hardouin
Construction Coordinator
Robert Sica
Set Dresser
John Panzarella
Location Manager
Adam Mesinger
Production Assistant
Hans Titze
Third Assistant Director
Stefan Tarzan
First Assistant Camera
Mark Yardas
Dialogue Editor
Richard Andrade
Set Dresser
Vincent Gallot
First Assistant Camera
Cyndilee Rice
Makeup
Donna E. Bloom
Unit Production Manager
Janine Pesce
Set Dresser
Kathleen Rosen
Assistant Set Decorator
Jon Ringbom
Scenic Artist
Sean Mewshaw
Production Assistant
Rolfe Kent
Additional Music
Angela Quiles
Production Coordinator
Charlie Marroquin
Best Boy Grip
Scott Bobbitt
Leadman
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