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The Other Guys

Year:
Duration:
107 min | 116 min (unrated version)
Genres:
Action | Comedy | Crime
IMDB rate:
6.6
Director:
Adam McKay
Awards:
3 wins & 12 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2010-08-06
Filming Locations: 9 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Earnings
Budget: $100,000,000
Opening Weekend: $35,543,162 (USA) (8 August 2010)
Gross: $119,219,978 (USA) (14 November 2010)
Cast
Actor
Character
Michael Keaton
Michael Keaton
The Other Guys
Ray Stevenson
Ray Stevenson
The Other Guys
Will Ferrell
Allen Gamble
Derek Jeter
Himself
Mark Wahlberg
Terry Hoitz
Eva Mendes
Dr. Sheila Gamble
Larnell Stovall
Rasta
Jalil Jay Lynch
Rasta
Roy T. Anderson
Rasta
Samuel L. Jackson
P.K. Highsmith
Andrew Secunda
Press Conference Reporter
Sara Chase
Press Conference Reporter
Dwayne Johnson
Christopher Danson
David Gideon
Mayor
Joshua Church
Hot Dog Guy (as Josh Church)
Rob Riggle
Martin
Damon Wayans Jr.
Fosse
Michael Delaney
Bob Littleford
Alison Becker
Financial News Anchor
Steve Coogan
David Ershon
Warren Kelley
NYSE Official
Bobby Cannavale
Jimmy
Zoe Lister Jones
Therapist (as Zoe Lister-Jones)
Sean Heilig
Therapy Cop
Matthew J. McCarthy
Therapy Cop
Adam Phillips
Therapy Cop
Tess Kartel
Brazilian Woman
Rob Mars
Wesley's Guard
C.C. Taylor
Wesley's Guard
Zach Woods
Douglas
Jake Quinn
Precinct Detective #1
Andy Buckley
Don Beaman
Elizabeth Kaledin
NY1 Reporter
Will Lyman
Frontline Narration App
Rob Huebel
Officer Watts
Peter R. Thewes
Hazmat Officer
Robin Ng
Waiter
Natalie Zea
Christinith
Brett Gelman
Hal
Malachy McCourt
Old Man at Irish Bar
Barry Carl
Irish Singer
Benjamin Magnuson
Irish Singer
Thomas McDonnell
Irish Singer (as Thomas McDonnell III)
James O'Donnell
Irish Singer (as Jimmy O'Donnell)
Kevin Osborne
Irish Singer
Pierce Turner
Irish Singer
James Archie Worley
Irish Singer
Lindsay Sloane
Francine
Shakiem Evans
Dancer
Danielle Cell
Brenda
Brianne Moncrief
Ershon's Assistant
Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields
Rosie Perez
Rosie Perez
Patrick Ferrell
Precinct Detective #2
Adam McKay
Dirty Mike
Oliver Wood
Captain Salty
James Mazzola
Homeless Dude
Patrick Crowley
Homeless Dude
Ben Schwartz
Beaman's Assistant
Tara Copeland
Police Dispatcher
Eamon Speer
Ice Cream Man
Patrick Reale
Beaman Tow Cop
Zak Orth
Accountant
Pete Antico
Chechen Rebel
Viola Harris
Mama Ramos
Jamie Dugal
Schoolgirl
Chris Gethard
Clerk
Michael Fawcett
Minister
Pilar Angelique
Stunning Woman
Raymond Michael Bell
Art Gallery Patron
Jasmine Hope Bloch
Shopper (uncredited)
John Boonin
Nathan's Customer (uncredited)
Joel Brody
Yogi (uncredited)
Rory Clarke
Businessman (uncredited)
Travis Cloer
Jersey Boys - Frankie Valli (uncredited)
Kevin Collins
British News Anchor (uncredited)
Julie E. Davis
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Sara DeRosa
Tattoo Girl (uncredited)
Joe Dolinsky
NYPD Officer (uncredited)
Mark Fallon
Man on the Street (uncredited)
John Farrer
Priest (uncredited)
Larry Goldstein
NYPD Officer (uncredited)
Johnathan Hallgrey
Art Gallery Patron
Anne Heche
Pamela Boardman
Gina Hernandez
Female NYSE Official (uncredited)
Rosemary Howard
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Ice-T
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Michael Jeremiah
Tattoo Artist (uncredited)
Benjamin Kanes
Art Gallery Patron
Arnold Y. Kim
Chef (uncredited)
Ai Kiyono
Yoga Teacher (uncredited)
Scott J. Klein
Businessman (uncredited)
Tony Kost
Construction Worker (uncredited)
Shelby Kovant
Spectator (uncredited)
Dustin LaValley
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Frosty Lawson
Cameraman (uncredited)
Chancelle Mafoua
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Samantha Maldonado
Celebrity (uncredited)
Sean Marrinan
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Laura Martinelli
Businesswoman (uncredited)
Thomas Middleditch
Art Exhibition Curator (uncredited)
Tracy Morgan
Himself (uncredited)
Jeffrey Mowery
Jay Walker (uncredited)
Carol Anne Mueller
Businesswoman (uncredited)
Kathy Patterson
Businesswoman (uncredited)
Brian James Pepe
Detective (uncredited)
Angel Picard-Ami
Gators Girl (uncredited)
T.J. Quicksilver
Extra (uncredited)
Jay Santiago
Sheila's Father (uncredited)
John J. Schneider
Police Officer
Harry L. Seddon
Screaming Cabbie (uncredited)
Skip Shea
Bus Driver (uncredited)
Josef Sommer
D.A. Radford
Sebastian Sommer
Extra (uncredited)
Lana Taylor
Hooker (uncredited)
Paul Thornton
Photographer (uncredited)
Emmanuel Todorov
Chechen Mafia Boss (uncredited)
Martin Toohey
Police Officer
Uzimann
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Jim Waters
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Steven Weisz
NYPD Sergeant (uncredited)
Roy James Wilson
Jumper Scene Cop (uncredited)
Sarkiss Yen
City Walker (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
The fourth collaboration between Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay, after Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006) and Step Brothers (2008).
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Will Ferrell's second highest grossing film worldwide after Elf (2003).
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The role of Detective Highsmith was originally written with Michael Chiklis in mind. However, when offered the part, he turned it down to avoid typecasting after the series finale of his acclaimed police drama, The Shield (2002).
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Goofs
When Allen is trying to remember the name of the Meg Ryan movie at dinner, he says it was "She's Got Mail" instead of You've Got Mail and Sheila agrees.
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When Allen and Terry are at the McMannus Pub, there is a sing-along and a short, white-haired man is singing with the others. He is singing, then a different camera angle shows him standing in a different place, not singing; then the camera goes back to the original angle and he's singing again.
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When Allen and Terry are walking up to the accountant office, Allen is not wearing his glasses. However, when they're both laying on the ground after the explosion, suddenly Allen is wearing his glasses.
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Quotes
Allen Gamble: [after explosion] I just want to go somewhere and breastfeed!
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P.K. Highsmith: Ay, ay, ay! If I wanna hear you talk, I'll shove my arm up your ass and work your mouth like a puppet!
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Allen Gamble: I think my line is being tapped. Do you remember where we did it on Halloween 3 years ago?
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Faq
Q
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version?
A
On DVD/BD both the Theatrical Version and an Unrated Version have been released. The latter runs approx. ten and a half minutes longer than the well-known version and offers some more scenes that are R-Rated worthy. Due to the fact that both versions are featured on the DVD/BD one can check out both versions and there's no need for a double dip. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
Q
What song is playing while Will Ferrell makes love with Eva Mendes?
A
Oh La La by Goldfrapp. The complete list of songs in the Other Guys soundtrack can be found here with scene descriptions.
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Photos from cast
Michael Keaton Ray Stevenson