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Date Night

88 min | 101 min (extended version)
Comedy | Crime | Romance | Thriller
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Shawn Levy
4 wins & 7 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2010-04-09
Filming Locations: 608 Vallombrosa Dr, Pasadena, California, USA
Budget: $55,000,000
Opening Weekend: $25,207,599 (USA) (11 April 2010)
Gross: $98,711,404 (USA) (5 September 2010)
Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
Date Night
Olivia Munn
Olivia Munn
Date Night
Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot
Date Night
Steve Carell
Phil Foster
Tina Fey
Claire Foster
Mark Wahlberg
Taraji P. Henson
Detective Arroyo
Jimmi Simpson
William Fichtner
DA Frank Crenshaw
Leighton Meester
J.B. Smoove
Kristen Wiig
Haley Sullivan
Mark Ruffalo
Brad Sullivan
James Franco
Bill Burr
Detective Walsh
Jonathan Morgan Heit
Oliver Foster
Savannah Paige Rae
Charlotte Foster
Nick Kroll
Claw Maitre D'
Lauren Weedman
Darren Le Gallo
Teaneck Waiter
Jaye Razor
Peppermint Hippo Doorman (as J. Razor)
Gillian Vigman
House-Hunting Woman
Chayim Frenkel
House-Hunting Man
Jon Bernthal
Young Man
Ari Graynor
Young Woman
Will.I.Am (as Will.I.Am)
Sho Brown
VIP Thug
Jahnel Curfman
Exotic Dancer #1
Stella Angelova
Exotic Dancer #2
Joe Starr
Miletto Thug #1
John Cenatiempo
Miletto Thug #2 (as Johnnie Cenatiempo)
Katie Gill
Claw Hottie
Michelle Galdenzi
Claw Hottie
Stacey Scowley
Book Club Member
Lourdes Regala
Book Club Member
Hal Devi
VIP Room Bodyguard
Dani Playel
VIP Room Dancer #1
Kat Howland
VIP Room Dancer #2
Alandrea Martin
VIP Room Dancer #3
January Adams
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Jeff Barry
Columbia Student (uncredited)
Samantha Bee
Woman in Times Square (uncredited)
Rachel Bernstein
Crenshaw Girl
Theo Breaux
Nubian Dancer (uncredited)
Rich Campbell
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Etalvia Cashin
Michelle Celeste
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Natalie Cohen
Burlesque Dancer (uncredited)
Peter Conboy
New York City Police Officer (uncredited)
Tracy Dali
Nubian Dancer (uncredited)
Tony DeSean
Evans Forlidas
Man with Blonde (uncredited)
Jim Garrity
Successful Financier (uncredited)
Jeff Grossman
Mob Thug (uncredited)
Chris Haemmerle
Tourist (uncredited)
Jason Jones
Man in Times Square (uncredited)
Keven Kaddi
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Vivian Khouri
Classy Bar Patron (uncredited)
Dianne Kwon
Crenshaw Girl
Ray Liotta
Joe Miletto
Karina Michel
Kate Rogal
Dylan Saccoccio
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
John J. Schneider
Police Officer (uncredited)
Woody Schultz
Jeremy - Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Sabella Shake
Crenshaw Girl
Jordan Stone
Claw Patron (uncredited)
Paul Thornton
Diner Patron (uncredited)
Nikki Tomlinson
Nubian Dancer (uncredited)
Did you know?
As Taste and Whippit are leaving their apartment, Taste says "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat". This is a reference to a quote from the movie Heat (1995). William Fichtner, who plays District Attorney Frank Crenshaw, was in Heat.
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In all of Mark Wahlberg's scenes, he is shirtless. His scenes were carefully filmed at specific angles to avoid showing a tattoo of Bob Marley that he has on his left shoulder.
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There is an additional outtake after the credits.
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During the scene where Phil is puking in the street after running from the 2 thugs. The are several bystanders that walk by multiple times in both directions. Specifically with 2 women in the blue shirts.
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When the couple hit the taxi, the driver yells that they have driven the wrong way down a one way street, yet when they start driving, the stop lights and signs are facing them.
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The Fosters 'borrow' Holbrooke Grant's Audi and drive to 135 Avenue D (the real Tripplehorn apartment). In the ensuing driving/chase scene, mere blocks after the chase begins they pass a very conspicuous awning reading "226 West 9th Street." Moments later, they drive on a Manhattan Avenue, passing a street sign for "Spring Street." Such a driven journey would be impossible in the elapsed movie-time.
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Claire Foster: That's amazing, Jeremy, but I'm gonna go home now and fart into a shoe box.
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Detective Arroyo: Mr. Miletto, Mr. District Attorney, you two are under arrest for conspiracy, obstruction of justice, racketeering,
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Phil Foster: We were in here earlier having dinner with our friend Sam.I.Am.
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What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Extended Version?
The running time difference in total sums up to approx. 15 minutes (w/o ending credits), about 10 of those are made up of big and important differences. These are mostly alternative scenes, the smaller differences in contrast are usually one or more added sentences. The new scenes add to the movie's quality and make it even more funny than it initially was already. Good examples for this are the scenes with the couple asking the Fosters for money or the ones in the subway. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Mila Kunis Olivia Munn Gal Gadot