Bride Wars (2009)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 29 mins

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In Manhattan, the lawyer Liv and the school teacher Emma have been best friends since their childhood. They both are proposed to by their boyfriends on the same day and they plan their wedding parties in Plaza Hotel, using the services of the famous Marion St. Claire. However, due to Marion's secretary's mistake, their weddings are scheduled for the same day. None of them agrees to change the date and they become enemies, trying to sabotage the wedding party of the rival.
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Cast: Anne Hathaway, Bryan E Greenberg, Chris Pratt, Kate Hudson

Crew: Gary Winick (Director), Frederick Elmes (Director of Photography), Ed Shearmur (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Comedy, Romance

Release Dates: 09 Jan 2009 (India)

Tagline: Something New - Something Borrowed - Something Blu

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Did you know? Originally, the film was conceived as a teen comedy. Emma Roberts was set to star as Liv and Nikki Reed as Emma. It was later envisioned as a comedy for young adults with Kate Hudson as Liv and Anne Hathaway as Emma. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital, DTS, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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Taglines:
Something New - Something Borrowed - Something Blu
May the best bride win
This January, all bets are off
Childhood friends. Best Friends. Two Brides. Two Weddings. One Mistake
Best friends should share everything.. expect their wedding day!
Even best friends can't share the same wedding day.
Goofs:
Crew/Equipment Visible
The crew are clearly reflected in the glass doors behind Emma when she crashes Liv's wedding.

Continuity
Liv's dress has a bow on it, after Emma and Fletch break up it is gone.

Continuity
Nearing the end of the movie when Emma is waiting in the room with Deb, the position of her veil changes a few times.

Continuity
When Liv first finds the Tiffany's ring box, the ribbon is completely covering the box, which you can see how she tries to open it, Liv is untying the ribbon. However, when Nate opens the box and hands it to his co-worker, the ribbon is still tied because the ribbon is split, so the box can be opened without untying the ribbon.

Continuity
When Liv comes into the office to ask her fiancé to marry her, the sides of her hair switch from soaking wet to dry.

Continuity
In the scene with Emma and Deb at the wedding planner's office, Deb goes from drinking from a wide wine glass in one shot to a narrow champagne glass in another.

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In the engagement party scene, one of the guests takes a long sip of her drink, and when the shot cuts back to her next, the drink is full again.

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When Deb is drinking wine at Marion's office, the bottle changes between shots.

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When Liv gets pulled on stage at the party she is wearing a tiara, but when she starts dancing with Emma, the tiara is missing.

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When the girls are about to toast to Liv's engagement at the bar: Everyone but Emma is holding a full shot glass, when the scene changes, Liv and the one friend are holding a half full shot glass, while Marissa changes to a wine glass while they are still in the middle of the toast.

Continuity
When Emma is in the room with Deb, just as Emma is about to start shouting at Deb - Deb changes from holding her champagne, then her makeup, then her champagne again and then her makeup again.

Continuity
During the bridal shower scene, the amount of orange juice changes between shots.

Continuity
After the fight, Emma's hair goes from being really messy, to slightly messy, to really messy, to perfect before they walk down the aisle, to slightly messy walking down the aisle.

Crew/Equipment Visible
In one of the scenes in the wedding planner's office, the boom mic is visible in the top of the frame.

Crew/Equipment Visible
In the scene where Marissa is hearing of Liv's engagement and grabbing pills from her medicine cabinet, the boom mic is seen slowly descending over her head.
Trivia:
During a scene in which their characters slap each other (Kate Hudson) accidentally hit (Anne Hathaway) straight in the face very hard. Despite that Hudson hit her with a big diamond ring on her finger, she kept shooting the scenes in pain. Hudson later found Hathaway sitting in a chair with a ice-pack on her face.

The script was finished just before the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike.

Originally, the film was conceived as a teen comedy. Emma Roberts was set to star as Liv and Nikki Reed as Emma. It was later envisioned as a comedy for young adults with Kate Hudson as Liv and Anne Hathaway as Emma.

During the reception, there is a shot involving a complicated series of dance steps in front of the camera. After many failed attempts, a dance instructor who happened to be an extra asked to teach the actors how to perform the maneuver correctly.

Kate Hudson's first producing credit on a feature film.

Several wives and girlfriends of current Red Sox players were extras in the wedding shower scene.