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Bulworth

Year:
Duration:
108 min
Genres:
Comedy | Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
6.8
Director:
Warren Beatty
Awards:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 1 win & 16 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1998-05-22
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
Earnings
Budget: $30,000,000
Opening Weekend: $10,515,839 (USA) (25 May 1998)
Gross: $26,525,834 (USA) (6 December 1998)
Cast
Actor
Character
Oliver Platt
Oliver Platt
Bulworth
Jerod Mixon
Jerod Mixon
Bulworth
Kimberly Deauna Adams
Denisha
Vinny Argiro
Debate Director
Sean Astin
Gary
Kirk Baltz
Debate Producer
Ernie Lee Banks
Leroy
Amiri Baraka
Rastaman
Christine Baranski
Constance Bulworth
Adilah Barnes
Mrs. Brown
Warren Beatty
Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth
Graham Beckel
Man with Dark Glasses
Halle Berry
Nina
Brandon N. Bowlin
Bouncer #2
Mongo Brownlee
Henchman #3
Thomas Jefferson Byrd
Uncle Rafeeq
J. Kenneth Campbell
Anthony
Scott Michael Campbell
Head Valet
Jann Carl
Carl Jann
Kerry Catanese
Video Reporter #4
Don Cheadle
L.D.
Dave Allen Clark
Dave Allen Clark
Terry Cooley
Henchman #2
Kevin Cooney
Rev. Wilberforce
Christopher Curry
Journalist
Stanley DeSantis
Manny Liebowitz
Michael Clarke Duncan
Bouncer
Nora Dunn
Missy Berliner, Reporter
Jerry Dunphy
Jerry Dunphy
Dartanyan Edmonds
Man with Blunt
Edward J. Etherson
Mr. Sasser
V.J. Foster
Photographer
Leon Frierson
Osgood
George Furth
Older Man
Xiomara Cuevas Galindo
Video Reporter #2
Robin Gammell
Geoffrey
Life Garland
Darnell's Bud
Jackie Gayle
Macavoy, Bullworth's Chauffeur
Jim Haynie
Bill Stone
Randee Heller
Mrs. Tannenbaum
Barry Shabaka Henley
Man at Frankie's
James Hill
Journalist
Kene Holliday
Man in Church #1
Brian Hooks
Marcus Garvey
Terri Hoyos
Reporter #3
Myra J.
Woman in Church #1
Mario Jackson
Snag
Ariyan A. Johnson
Tanya
Jedda Jones
Woman in Church #2
Michael Kaufman
Reporter #1
James Keane
American Politics Director
Tom Kelly
Reporter #5
Larry King
Larry King
Deborah Lacey
Reporter #2
Mimi Lieber
Mrs. Liebowitz
Elizabeth Lindsey
American Politics Host
Joshua Malina
Bill Feldman
Larry Mark
Bouncer #3
Helen Martin
Momma Doll
Armelia McQueen
Ruthie
Laurie Metcalf
Mimi
Michael Milhoan
Cop #1
Jamal Mixon
Little Gangsta
Debra Monk
Helen
Deborah Moore
Reporter
Michele Morgan
Cheryl
Patrick Morgan
Studio Employee
Juli Mortz
Larry King's Assistant
Scott Mosenson
Video Cameraman
Paul Motley
Janitor in Senate Office
Chris Mulkey
Cop #2
Lou Myers
Uncle Tyrone
Shawna Nagler
Technical Director
Jonathan Roger Neal
Little Gangsta
Ron Ostrow
Staff Member
Norman Parker
Irwin Tannenbaum
Wendell Pierce
Fred
Kenneth Randle
Little Gangsta
Tony Tomas Randle
Little Gangsta
Arthur Reggie III
Little Gangsta
Adrian Ricard
Aunt Alice
Ava Rivera
Video Reporter #3
Richard C. Sarafian
Vinnie
Robert Scheer
Journalist
Sam Shamshak
Fundraiser Guest
Sarah Silverman
2nd American Politics Assistant
Brooke Finney
Reporter
Bee-Be Smith
Aunt Harriet
Paul Sorvino
Graham Crockett
Roberto Soto
Reporter
Florence Stanley
Dobish, Bullworth's Secretary
Quinn Sullivan
Fundraiser Server
JoAnn D. Thomas
Rapper
Robin Thomas Grossman
Reporter in Hallway
Sheryl Underwood
Woman in Frankie's
Gary H. Walton
Bouncer #4
Jack Warden
Eddie Davers
Andrew Warne
Video Reporter
Isaiah Washington
Darnell, Nina's Brother
Lee Weaver
Man in Church #2
Kenn Whitaker
Henchman #1
Jermaine Williams
Paul Robeson
John Witherspoon
Reverend Morris
Sumiko Telljohn
Lady at Banquet
William Baldwin
Constance Bulworth's Lover
Hart Bochner
Hugh Waldron, Bulworth's Political Opponent
Pat Buchanan
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bob Dole
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Steve Forbes
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Al Gore
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
George Hamilton
George Hamilton (uncredited)
Gretchen Janke
Theatre Page
Isaac Mayanja
Microphone Holder for Warren Beatty
Paul Mazursky
Paul Mazursky
Mickalean McCormick
Reporter
John McLaughlin
TV Commentator
John Michael
Political Donor
William Victor Skrabanek
Fundraiser Guest (uncredited)
Josef Sommer
Doctor
Randy Springer
Reporter
Thom Tierney
Churchgoer
Did you know?
Trivia
Shot entirely on Steadicam with the exception for the opening scene.
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Aaron Sorkin and James Toback did a great deal of uncredited work on the script.
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Co-writer Jeremy Pikser described the experience of working with Warren Beatty as frustrating. He was paid by the studio a lump sum per each draft produced and Beatty spent months working and reworking a single draft. Tired of being away from his family, Beatty's ego and the lack of pay, Pikser left the L.A. office where he and Beatty were writing the script to return to his family in L.A. The two finished the rest of the process via telephone and fax.
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Goofs
When Nina is talking on a cell phone in Davers' garage, we hear a dial tone when the other party hangs up on her (cell phone networks don't use dial tones).
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When Bullworth arrives with the ribs in the bar, Compton, Murphy and the other assistant switch places between shots.
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Crewmember visible twice when Bulworth is dancing with Nina in the nightclub.
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Quotes
Reporter: Senator, do you plan to make rap a regular part of your campaign? Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth: A part of my campaign? Now that just sounds insane!
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Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth: All we need is a voluntary, free-spirited, open-ended program of procreative racial deconstruction. Everybody just gotta keep fuckin' everybody 'til they're all the same color.
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Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth: I think it'd be a good idea to say "I'm sorry", huh?
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Photos from cast
Oliver Platt Jerod Mixon James Pickens Jr.
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