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- The Hustle is a 2019 American comedy film.
- It was directed by Chris Addison.
- Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson, and Alex Sharp star in the movie.
- It was written by Stanley Shapiro, Paul Henning, Dale Launer, and Jac Schaeffer.
- It’s a female-centered remake of the 1988 film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which is itself a remake of the 1964 film Bedtime Story.
- The film follows two women who set out to con an internet millionaire.
- The film was theatrically released in the United States on May 10, 2019, by United Artists Releasing, while Universal Pictures distributes the film in international markets.
- It received mostly negative reviews.
- It grossed $97 million worldwide.
- The film was released on, May 10, 2019 by United Artists Releasing.
- It had previously been scheduled for August 10, 2018 and June 29, 2018 releases.
- Meghan Trainor recorded the song “Badass Woman” for the movie.
- A special trailer for The Hustle was released to coincide with the premiere of Avengers: Endgame, which begins by spoofing Endgame trailers, and refers to Lonnie and Josephine as “The Revengers”.
- This is a parody name that was also previously referenced by another film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: Ragnarok.
- Because the film’s PG-13 rating was originally an “R,” Rebel Wilson had to go out and argue with the board that the film was no raunchier than similar comedies that had received PG-13 ratings.
- Rebel Wilson loved the Riviera home that was created for Anne Hathaway‘s character so much that she bought a lot of the furniture after production was over.
- Anne Hathaway said in an interview on Good Morning America (aired on 5/7/19) that she avoided performing a traditional English accent for this film. She said that audiences know she’s American and could potentially scoff at her numerous English characters. So, because her character Josephine is a con artist, Hathaway performed as if maybe Josephine is not actually English at all but speaks in an English accent as another con
- On the Stephen Colbert show Anne Hathaway revealed that her ad lib line “Well that was unexpected” was based on a time when her father was given the wrong medicine and had to sleep it off in her apartment. He slipped and fell in the bathroom and hit his head. While she was alarmed and asking if he was all right, said “Well that was unexpected.”
- When Thomas addresses the man at the bar (William Brand), the man replies in Dutch “You’re cute. Your room or mine?” Thomas confuses Dutch with German until he is corrected by Josephine (who tells the Dutchman “This young man isn’t interested in sex with you”). This may be a jab at the fact that Dutch in Hollywood films is often substituted for German, which is in the same language family but still a very different language. This is one of the rare instances where proper Dutch is spoken. Even Anne Hathaway does a decent attempt
- Filmed in Mallorca
- Anne Hathaway was initially resistant to doing the role with a posh British accent but director Chris Addison persuaded her that it was essential to the character.
- At 1h 9m, Josephine asks Penny “How about a bedtime story?” This is a nod to Bedtime Story (1964) – one of the movies this movie is a remake of.46 of 59 found this interesting | Share this”Easter egg”: when Penny is boarding the plane to leave Beaumont-sur-Mer, she is walking alongside two nuns
- The film’s working title was “Nasty Women”, an apparent reference to one of Donald Trump’s jibes at his rival, Hillary Clinton
- When Penny first meets Josephine on a train heading for southern France, Josephine is reading the novel “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” by Mark Haddon. Alex Sharp, who co-stars in the film, made his Broadway and acting debut in the play that was the based on the novel.
- When “Dr. Schaffhausen” (Hathaway) arrives at Thomas’ hotel room to seduce him, you can see that the nameplate on the door reads, “Suite Caroline”. This is likely a nod to Neil Diamond’s song Sweet Caroline
- The airport scene is filmed at Farnborough Airport in front of the terminal building.
- During the opening credits, a sports car pulls into a large puddle to park at the curb. For some reason its license plate’s reflection doesn’t reflect correctly, matching the plate’s letters but not the orientation
- Timothy Simons’ name appears on the opening credits after his only scene in the film.
- Timothy Simons and Rob Delaney are both due to star in the upcoming Home Alone (1990) reboot.
- Alex Gaumond: as a waiter on the train featured at the beginning of the official movie trailer. Gaumond is an Olivier Award nominated actor who starred in the stage adaptation of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” at the Savoy Theatre, in London’s West End.
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