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110 min
Comedy | Romance
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Jason Winer
2 wins & 5 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2011-04-08
Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA
Budget: $40,000,000
Opening Weekend: $12,222,756 (USA) (10 April 2011)
Gross: $33,015,696 (USA) (5 June 2011)
Skai Jackson
Skai Jackson
Russell Brand
Helen Mirren
Greta Gerwig
Naomi Quinn
Geraldine James
Luis Guzmán
Nick Nolte
Burt Johnson
Christina Jacquelyn Calph
Murphy Guyer
Officer Kaplan
José Ramón Rosario
Employment Clerk
John Hodgman
Candy Store Manager
Scott Adsit
Gummy Bear Man
Evander Holyfield
Boxing Trainer
Peter Van Wagner
Naomi's Dad
Robert Clohessy
Veteran Cop
Ed Herbstman
Rookie Cop
Jared Parker
Wedding Kid
Tom Toner
Wedding Priest
Richard Bekins
Matt Malloy
Spoon Guy
Nigel Barker
Tuffy Questell
Sara Chase
Journalist #1
Ali Reza
Journalist #2 (as Ali Reza Farahnakian)
Kimberly Pauley
Journalist #3
Brian McElhaney
College Student
Charlie Hewson
Peter Brouwer
Saul Stein
Officer #2
Stink Fisher
Debbie Lee Jones
Kissed Woman
Pascal Yen-Pfister
Maitre D'
Dylan Clark Marshall
Boy on Tour
Steve Rosen
Grand Central Waiter
Leslie Hendrix
Alice Johnson
George Feaster
Ed Jewett
Group Leader
John Carrafa
Jennie Eisenhower
Maid of Honor
Sean Gustavus Tarjyoto
Bookstore Clerk
Pamela Stewart
Tori Feinstein
Library Girl #2
Jackson Nicoll
Library Boy #1
Caden Draper
Library Boy #2
Jase Draper
Library Boy #3
Devin Almonte
Susan's Bridesmaid
Anthony Amodeo
ATM User
Marc Alan Austen
Kayla Ayler-McCormick
Customer in Candy Store
Ryan Barratt
Joseph Basile
Job Hunter at Unemployment Office
Denny Dale Bess
Police Sergeant
Jasmine Hope Bloch
Astoria Resident
Peter Bond
Happy Birthday Prisoner
David Boston
Hospital Guest (uncredited)
Jackie Brown
Surprised Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Farouk Chakwa
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jamie Choi
Andrew Justin Cohen
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Avery Davis
Kid at Dylan's Candy Store
Donato DeMarinis
Chelsey Donn
Dawn Douglas
AA Support Client
Rabbi Elli
Melody Garcia
Justin Bieber Mom
Kathryn Gerhardt
Woman at AA Group
Takako Haywood
Member of Grand Central Tour Group
Gina Hernandez
Bodega Woman #1
Rosemary Howard
Le Cirque Patron
Anne Bergstedt Jordanova
Party Girl
Tony Kost
Naomi's Neighbor
Anna Kuchma
Tiffany's Friend
Dylan Lauren
Herself (uncredited)
Geoff Lee
Asian Tourist 'Korean John Lennon'
Ronald Scott Maestri
A Walking Stephen Hawking
John Mancini
NYPD Police Officer
Jeremy McLain
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Scott O'Grady
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Toshiko Onizawa
Party Guest (uncredited)
Evan Elise Owens
Girl in Plaid Shirt at Dylan's
Frederick Piña
Extra (uncredited)
Julianna Rigoglioso
Little Girl at Dillons
Tatsumi Romano
Tour Girl
Ilana Seagull
Grand Central Station Commuter
Madisyn Shipman
Little Girl
Robert Shulman
MOMA Benefit Attendee
Nate Steinwachs
Restaurant Patron
Joseph Urban
Happy Birthday Prisoner
Hot Dog Vendor
Barbara Vincent
Le Cirque Patron
Sylvia Ward
Bridal Shower Guest (uncredited)
Alex Ziwak
Casual New Yorker
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While sulking in his Batmobile after Hobson gives him an aspirin and vitamin, Arthur played by Russell Brand, scrolls through his phone to look for Naomi's number and we briefly see Katy Perry, Brand's then-wife, listed as a contact.
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In order to see the dedication in Naomi's book, Arthur moves a pop-up moon over a Manhattan skyline scene. This is a tribute to the line "If you get caught between the moon and New York City," in Christopher Cross' "Arthur (1981)'s Theme" song.
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The table saw that Burt Johnson (Nick Nolte) threatens Arthur with is a real saw. It is called a SawStop and is designed to instantly apply a break and stop the saw blade within milliseconds of coming in contact with a human appendage. However, it works more by detecting the natural electrical current in the human body and not so much by moisture as stated in the movie.
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When Naomi and Arthur enjoy their "first date" in the middle of Grand Central Terminal, darkness is seen outside the windows as if its the middle of the night, even though they were in bright daylight moments earlier outside on 42nd Street.
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Susan punches Arthur on the right-hand side of the mouth at the wedding. At Naomi's, he is bleeding from the left side.
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Near the end of the movie, outside Naomi's apartment, Arthur states "My mum's dead." It was his Nanny, Hobson, that passed away, but she was more of a mother than Vivienne ever was, and Naomi would know that. (This is also parallel to the original film, in which Arthur tells a drunk "My father died" after the passing of Hobson. Arthur's actual father was still alive and well in the film.)
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Hobson: My Name is Lillian and I am an alcoholic. I'm rich, I'm fabulously rich. I'm also generous and kind hearted. My father died when I was young and my mother was absent most of the time. Is this an excuse for making a mockery of my life? Oh it all looks very wild from the outside, I once went to bed with three European Princesses at the same time but A, I cant remember anything about it, and B, apparently I vomited over two of them before losing control of my bladder on the third, oh yes all such fun. Until the fog parts and suddenly there's a hole so big that all the vintage champagne and all the bat mobiles on the world can't fill it. Then I'm all alone on my magnetic bed, wondering what venereal disease I've just caught.
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Arthur: I'm talking about Tuscany! White truffle gelato! Have you ever tried white truffle gelato? It makes all other gelato taste like shit.
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Police Sergeant: You're drunk again Arthur
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Photos from cast
Jennifer Garner Skai Jackson