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The Company Men Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

A high-powered sales executive struggles with his own dwindling sense of self-worth after becoming a victim to corporate downsizing. Bobby Walker (Ben Affleck) has a big house, a new Porsche, a beautiful wife, and two adoring kids. When he's not in the office, he can usually be found on the golf course, perfecting his game or clinching an important business deal. But when the axe falls, Bobby and his colleagues Phil (Chris Cooper) and Gene (Tommy Lee Jones) find their necks on the chopping block, and their futures looking bleak. In order to stay afloat, Bobby reluctantly goes to work as a carpenter for his brother-in-law (Kevin Costner). But building houses is a far cry from the boardroom, and just as Bobby starts to wonder if he'll ever taste success again, he realizes that true prosperity doesn't come in the form of a paycheck, but through the satisfaction of knowing that his family will always be there to support him. Maria Bello, Craig T. Nelson, and Rosemarie DeWitt co-star in a drama from writer/director John Wells (ER). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:January 21, 2011

Cast

Tommy Lee Jones
as Gene McClary
Ben Affleck
as Bobby Walker
Chris Cooper
as Phil Woodward
Maria Bello
as Sally Wilcox
Rosemarie DeWitt
as Maggie Walker
Kevin Costner
as Jack Dolan
Craig T. Nelson
as James Salinger
Eamonn Walker
as Danny Mills
Tom Kemp
as Conal Doherty
Patricia Kalember
as Cynthia McClary
Maryann Plunkett
as Loma Woodward
Lewis D. Wheeler
as Ken Lake
Allyn Burrows
as Stevens
David DeBeck
as Hansen
David Catanzaro
as Archer
James Colby
as Hector
Austin Lysy
as Liam McClary
John Doman
as Dysert
Brian A. White
as Mike
Cady Huffman
as Joanna
William Hill
as Kevin Walker
Frank Ridley
as Mark Olson
David Wilson Barnes
as Troy Thayer
Dana Eskelson
as Dierdre Dolan
Carolyn Pickman
as Fran Walker
Scott Winters
as Ed
Anthony O'Leary
as Drew Walker
Tonye Patano
as Joyce Robertson
Sasha Spielberg
as Sarah Woodward
Ruby Hondros
as Salinger's Secretary
Thomas Rhett Kee
as Mifflin
Gary Galone
as Karlson
Jeff Barry
as Dale
Sanjit DeSilva
as Tom
Lance Greene
as Dick Landry
Dossy Peabody
as Jane Nefeld
Annette Miller
as Phil's Assistant Nan
Ellen Colton
as MK+T Receptionist
Gloria Crist
as Human Resource Specialist
Richard Snee
as Testimonial Speaker
Gene Amoroso
as Balding Man
Kent Shocknek
as Herb Rittenhour
Suzanne Rico
as Gail

Crew

John Wells
Director
Claire Rudnick Polstein
Producer
Paula Weinstein
Producer
John Wells
Producer
John Wells
Screenwriter
Roger Deakins
Cinematographer
Aaron Zigman
Composer (Music Score)
Robert Frazen
Editor
David J. Bomba
Production Designer
John Jensen
Art Director
Barbara Hall
Executive Producer
Carl Sprague
Set Designer
Lyn Elizabeth Paolo
Costume Designer
Laura Rosenthal
Casting
Tom Williams
Sound Mixer
Nancy Kirhoffer
Post Production Supervisor
Jeffrey Lee Gibson
Stunts Coordinator
Donna Casey
Costumes Supervisor
Lori Hornung
Production Coordinator
Trish Seeney
Department Head Makeup
Barbara Hall
Unit Production Manager
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