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118 min
Comedy | Drama | Family | Musical
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Will Gluck
Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 1 win & 8 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2014-12-19
Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA
Budget: $65,000,000
Opening Weekend: $15,861,939 (USA) (21 December 2014)
Gross: $85,570,056 (USA) (22 February 2015)
Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz
Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
Jamie Foxx
Will Stacks
Quvenzhané Wallis
Rose Byrne
Bobby Cannavale
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
David Zayas
Zoe Margaret Colletti
Eden Duncan-Smith
Amanda Troya
Dorian Missick
Annie's "Dad"
Tracie Thoms
Annie's "Mom"
Mike Birbiglia
Social Services Inspector
Stephanie Kurtzuba
Mrs. Kovacevic
Peter Van Wagner
Harold Gray
Ray Iannicelli
Waiter at Domani
Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox
Jill Nicolini
Ms. Giannetti
Raushanah Simmons
YaYa L'Occitane
Brad Bong
Pickle Stevens
Andrew Fleming
Cleve Sweetzer
Ty Jones
Stacks Mobile Reporter
Jessica Sherr
Mary Gillen
Donnamarie Recco
Woman on Street
Victor Cruz
Taylor Richardson
Red Haired "Annie"
Mimi Bessette
Stacks' Store Woman
Ryan DeLuca
Chase Teen
Danny Flaherty
Chase Teen
Gordon Joseph Weiss
Man in Line
Patricia Clarkson
Focus Group Woman
Brendan Burke
Sanitation Engineer
Allison Jean White
Woman at Stacks' Building
Animal Care & Control Volunteer
Taryn Gluck
Street Rat
Alexandra Gluck
Street Rat
Derrick Baskin
Auditioning 'Dad'
Pernell Walker
Auditioning 'Mom'
Lannon Killea
Stacks' Technician
Molly Prather
Stacks' Technician
Bobby Moynihan
Guy in Bar
Ashton Kutcher
Simon Goodspeed
Moon Goddess
Scarlett Benchley
Fish Goddess
Pat Kiernan
NY1 Reporter
Beth Rowe
Lytle Harper
Domani Reporter
Brittany Connors
Biking Girl
Aldous Davidson
Biking Guy
Lance Kerfuffle
Guggenheim President
Kevin Cannon
J. Kaitlin Becker
Grace's Assistant
Alan D. Purwin
Stacks' Pilot
Ben Skorstad
Stacks' Pilot
Gia Henderson
Auditioning Woman #2
Mark Whitfield
Sade Demorcy
'Tomorrow' Girl
Brittany Parks
Overture Singer
Emma Wetzel
Tap Dancing Classmate
Eliza David
Tap Dancing Classmate
Hannah Green
Tap Dancing Classmate
Tymell Hubbard
Tap Dancing Classmate
Joseph Mancini
Tap Dancing Classmate
Josh Price
Tap Dancing Classmate
Alex Rubiano
Tap Dancing Classmate
Sofia Rubino
Tap Dancing Classmate
Olivia Belasco
Tap Dancing Classmate
Sandy Marti
Tap Dancing Classmate
Jared Brito
Annie's Classmate
Angelina Colletti
Movie Premier Guest
Shari Council
Homeless Person
Deshane Granger
Amyrh Harris
Classroom Kid
Nadia Jewel
Premiere Movie Guest
Savannah McCauley
Girl in Line for Stacks Phone
Phil Oddo
Jacqueline Quinn
Nina Rosenthal
Stack Analyst
Temple University Diamond Marching Band
Carson Allsteadt
Friend of Orphans (uncredited)
Angelica S Alvarez
Waitress (uncredited)
Dylan Bibb
Theater Patron / Party Guest (uncredited)
Richard Bird
Red Carpet Fan (uncredited)
Helen Brackel
School Child (uncredited)
Ashley Brooke
Movie Fan at Film Premiere (uncredited)
Jerome Brooks Jr.
Stacks' Technician (uncredited)
Brady Bryson
Boy on Basketball Court (uncredited)
José Báez
Dancer on the Street (uncredited)
Michael Carey
Background (uncredited)
Mickael Chavet
Delivery Guy (uncredited)
Courtney Cooper
Red Carpet Celebrity (uncredited)
Olivia Coronel
Movie Fan at Film Premiere (uncredited)
Mario Corry
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Marmee Cosico
Background Singers (uncredited)
Chris J. Cullen
Paparazzi (uncredited)
Marc I. Daniels
Blue Collar Pedestrian (uncredited)
Charles DelGatto
Movie Fan at Premiere (uncredited)
Tim Falter
Press Photographer (uncredited)
Laurie Folkes
Wealthy Investor (uncredited)
Samantha Gelnaw
Political Aide (uncredited)
Chetna Goel
Movie Premiere Guest (uncredited)
Karen Goeller
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Hunter Goligoski
Street Teen (uncredited)
Matthew Gooley
Young Professional (uncredited)
Kyle Julian Graham
Stacks Employee with Sandy (uncredited)
Meg Hudson
Red Carpet Celebrity (uncredited)
Alexandra Nicole Hulme
Dancer (uncredited)
Jazmin Kamali
Annie's Classmate (uncredited)
Zivile Kaminskaite
Mother at Movie Premiere Event (uncredited)
Kenneth Kopolovicz
Celebration Guest (uncredited)
Hannah Kurczeski
Friend of Foster Kids (uncredited)
Jenny Laroche
Dancer (uncredited)
Doris McCarthy
Subway Lady (uncredited)
Jalina Mercado
Foster Kid (uncredited)
Madlyn Mondoil
Friend of Foster Girls (uncredited)
Finian Montague
Movie Premier Friend (uncredited)
Maeve Rose Montague
Movie Premier Friend (uncredited)
Evie Paller
Red Carpet Fan (uncredited)
Nora Paller
Red Carpet Fan (uncredited)
Eric Paterniani
Extra (uncredited)
Haley Pine
Red Carpet Fan (uncredited)
Victoria Prather
Backpacker Mom (uncredited)
Ge-Nye Robinson
Young Girl #1 on Basketball Court (uncredited)
Germir Robinson
Tall Boy #1 on Basketball Court (uncredited)
Alyssa Ruland
Movie Premiere Guest (uncredited)
Karah Serine
Pepper's Dream Mom (uncredited)
Nancy Ellen Shore
Businesswoman Pedestrian / Subway Rider (uncredited)
Paulina Simkin
Maria (uncredited)
Zariah Singletary
After-School Kid (uncredited)
Bea Soong
Woman with Cellphone (uncredited)
Julianna van Golen
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Theo van Golen
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Bill Walters
Soup Kitchen Guest (uncredited)
Miriam Weisbecker
Red Carpet Fan (uncredited)
William Henderson White
Stacks Press Photographer (uncredited)
Darren Whitfield
Private Security / Guggenheim Museum Benefit (uncredited)
Justice Winter
Annie's Classmate (uncredited)
James Zeiss
Ceremony Attendee (uncredited)
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In late 2014, Charles Strouse (the composer of the original musical's score) gave an interview to Vanity Fair in which he talked about what he liked and didn't like about this movie adaptation. One thing he didn't like was the fact that although Jay Z did consult Strouse in the initial stages of conceiving the remake, and though Strouse said he "was paid handsomely for my share of the rights," Strouse and the other original creators of the musical did not get to revise and update their own songs or write any of the new songs in the movie. Something Strouse did enthusiastically endorse about this movie version was the casting of Quvenzhané Wallis in the lead role (he called her performance "amazing") and, more generally, the idea of casting nonwhite actresses in the role--something he said he had been lobbying for since the first Broadway run of the show back in the 1970s.
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Sony Pictures Entertainment, owner of Columbia Pictures, slated Annie (2014) for a December 19, 2014, release, where it will face big competition from an another film musical, Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods (2014), directed by Rob Marshall and made by Walt Disney Pictures. Rob Marshall and Walt Disney Pictures collaborated with Columbia Pictures on the successful and well-regarded Annie (1999) in 1999.
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This is the third motion picture adaptation of Strouse and Charnin's Annie. The first was director John Huston's original big-screen version (Annie (1982)), in which star Albert Finney did a wicked vocal impersonation of Huston. The second was Rob Marshall's well-regarded and more faithful adaptation (Annie (1999)).
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When they are riding in the helicopter, they are talking to each other without wearing headphones which is a total impossibility.
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When Guy shows the clip of Will saving Annie on the screen he says that someone recorded it and put it on the internet. However, the video was shown from the front angle of the van when it was approaching then followed by from the side of the van when Will pulled Annie out, exactly the same edit the audience saw in the movie. If it were recorded on the phone by the bystander it would only feature one angle.
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In the opening title sequence, Annie is seen boarding the 1 train at 125th St. She then departs a 6 train at Grand Central and then exits at Franklin Street back on the 1 train. She then goes to a restaurant on 12th St. Annie would not have to had to get off the 1 train at all nor would she have gone to Grand Central crosstown at all. Franklin Street is also too far south on the 1 train for 12th Street in Greenwich Village.
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Cameron Diaz Mila Kunis Matthew Rush Sullivan Nicolette Pierini Booch O'Connell
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