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You, Me and Dupree Details

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A man is being driven crazy by his shiftless best friend, just as the layabout starts making nice with his wife and neighbors in this comedy. Carl and Molly ([[Performer~P19210~Matt Dillon~mattdillon]] and [[Performer~P263367~Kate Hudson~katehudson]]) are a thirtysomething couple who have just gotten married and are settling down into a cozy new home in a quiet neighborhood. While Carl and Molly are happy with their new digs, Carl's best friend, Randy Dupree ([[Performer~P200996~Owen Wilson~owenwilson]]), is not content with his living arrangements. Dupree has all but made a career out of avoiding work, responsibility, and commitment, and while his charm usually manages to keep him afloat, when he loses his job, his apartment, and his car. Carl can't bear to see Dupree in such dire circumstances, and tells Dupree he can stay on their couch until he can get things straightened out. But while Carl was expecting Dupree to stay for a few days, it soon becomes obvious to both him and Molly that their guest has no intention of moving out anytime soon, and while the likable freeloader starts working his charm on Molly, their neighbors, and their friends, Carl soon finds himself at the end of his rope with his best man and childhood buddy. You, Me and Dupree also stars [[Performer~P273680~Amanda Detmer~amandadetmer]], [[Performer~P297862~Seth Rogen~sethrogen]], and [[Performer~P88134~Michael Douglas~michaeldouglas]] as Molly's father. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:July 14, 2006

Cast

Owen Wilson
as Randolph Dupree
Kate Hudson
as Molly Peterson
Matt Dillon
as Carl Peterson
Seth Rogen
as Neil
Amanda Detmer
as Annie
Todd Stashwick
as Rod
Michael Douglas
as Mr Thompson
Harry Dean Stanton
as Curly
Ralph Ting
as Toshi
Bill Hader
as Mark
Lance Armstrong
as Himself
Jason Winer
as Eddie
Sidney Liufau
as Paco
Billy Gardell
as Bartender Dave
Elizabeth Vargas
as Aaron
Houston McCrillis
as Dougie
Bob Larkin
as Army Veteran
Suzanne Ford
as Margaret
Fenessa Pineda
as Lucita
Tasha Smith
as Co-Worker
John Ruby
as Spin Instructor
Claudia Choi
as Pam
Summer Altice
as Blonde Woman
Jeanine Hass
as Blonde Woman
Peter Ruocco
as Wedding Planner
Lance Irwin
as Boy's Father
Jay Lembeck
as Minister
Gil Harris
as Reese
Pat Crawford Brown
as Aunt Kathy
Bayani Ison
as Hawaiian Bartender
Joelle Wilson
as Uncle Joe
Howard S. Lefstein
as Dupree Body Double
Blaine Pate
as Party Guest
Kevin Breznahan
as Party Guest
Trevor Stock
as Party Guest
Sean Perrone
as Party Guest

Crew

Joe Russo
Director
Anthony Russo
Director
Scott Stuber
Producer
Owen Wilson
Producer
Mary Parent
Producer
Mike LeSieur
Screenwriter
Charles Minsky
Cinematographer
Rolfe Kent
Composer (Music Score)
Theodore Shapiro
Composer (Music Score)
Randall Poster
Musical Direction/Supervision
Peter B. Ellis
Editor
Barry Robison
Production Designer
Paul Sonski
Art Director
Kevin Constant
Supervising Art Director
Sean Perrone
Executive Producer
Aaron Kaplan
Executive Producer
Hugo Santiago
Set Designer
Jason Sweers
Set Designer
Josh Lusby
Set Designer
Ron Mendell
Set Designer
Dean Wolcott
Set Designer
Barbara Munch
Set Decorator
Karen Patch
Costume Designer
Deborah Aquila
Casting
Tricia Wood
Casting
Charlene Amateau
Costumes Supervisor
Michael Helfand
Second Unit Assistant Director
Thad Beier
Visual Effects Supervisor
Bob Roe
Assistant Director
Jason Leib
Post Production Supervisor
Adam Davidson
Second Unit Director
Donna Glasser
Production Accountant
Vickie Mynes
Key Hairstylist
Igor Meglic
Second Unit Director Of Photography
Ron Bolanowski
Additional Editing
Bruce DiValerio
Construction Coordinator
Curtis Collins
Location Manager
Pacific Title
Title Design
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