Bringing Down the House (2003)

PG-13 | 105 mins | Comedy | 2003

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Los Angeles Times
7 Mar 2003
p. 8.
New York Times
7 Mar 2003
p. 15.
Variety
24 Feb 2003
p. 43, 51.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXTS
a David Hoberman/Ashok Amritraj production
a film by Adam Shankman
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Dir, 2d unit
Unit prod mgr
1st asst dir
1st asst dir, 2d unit
1st asst dir, Helicopter unit
2d asst dir
2d asst dir, 2d unit
2d asst dir, Helicopter unit
2d 2d asst dir
2d 2d asst dir, 2d unit
PRODUCERS
Exec prod
Exec prod
Co-prod
Assoc prod
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Dir of photog, 2d unit
Dir of photog, Helicopter unit
"A" cam op
1st asst "A" cam op
2d asst "A" cam op
Steadicam "B"
Steadicam "B"
1st asst "B" cam op
2d asst "B" cam op
1st asst cam, 2d unit
2d asst cam, 2d unit
1st asst "B" cam, 2d unit
Wescam op, Helicopter unit
Wescam tech, Helicopter unit
Gaffer, 2d unit
Best boy elec
Rigging gaffer
Rigging gaffer, 2d unit
Rigging best boy
Rigging best boy, 2d unit
Key grip
2d company grip
Rigging key grip
Rigging key, 2d unit
Best boy rigging grip
Dolly grip "A"
Dolly grip "B"
Elec, 2d unit
Elec, 2d unit
Elec, 2d unit
Elec, 2d unit
Rigging elec
Rigging elec
Rigging elec, 2d unit
Rigging elec, 2d unit
Rigging elec, 2d unit
Grip
Grip
Rigging grip
Rigging grip
Rigging grip
Video assist
Still photog
Grip & lighting equip supplied by
Arriflex 535 cameras by
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
Art dir
Art dept admin
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
1st asst Avid
1st asst ed
2d asst ed
Apprentice ed
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
Leadman
Prop master
Asst prop master
Asst props
Props, 2d unit
Set des
Set des
Key set des
On set dresser
Swing gang
Swing gang
Swing gang
Const coord
Const foreman
Const foreman
Paint foreman
Plaster foreman
Standby painter
COSTUMES
Cost supv
Set cost
Set cost, 2d unit
Mr. Martin's cost
Cost prod asst
MUSIC
Mus supv
Mus ed
Mus coord
Mus coord
On-cam mus contractor
Score rec and mixed by
Supv mus mixer
Score mixed at
Mus programmer
Mus programmer
Orch contractor
Orch contractor
Mus preparation
Mus preparation
SOUND
Sd mixer
Utility sd
Supv sd ed
ADR/DIA supv
Dial ed
Dial ed
Asst sd ed
Sd ed facilities
Foley mixer
Foley artist
Foley artist
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec rec
Re-rec stage
ADR mixer
ADR rec
ADR voice casting
Sd eff coord
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff supv, 2d unit
Spec eff tech, 2d unit
Spec eff tech, 2d unit
DANCE
Choreog
Addl choreog
Addl choreog
MAKEUP
Key hair
Asst hair
Queen Latifah's hair
Hair, 2d unit
Key makeup
Asst makeup
Mr. Martin's makeup
PRODUCTION MISC
Casting
Casting assoc
Casting asst
Scr supv, 2d unit
Prod accountant
1st asst accountant
Payroll accountant
2d asst accountant
Accounting asst
Const accountant
Post prod accountant
Prod coord
Prod coord
Asst prod coord
DGA trainee
Asst to Mr. Shankman
Asst to Mr. Hoberman
Asst to Mr. Amritraj
Asst to Ms. Bartelme
Asst to Queen Latifah
Asst to Mr. Martin
Asst to Mr. Martin
Asst to Mr. Lieberman
Theatrical consultant to Queen Latifah
Dialogue consultant
Dialogue consultant
Prod secy
Prod secy
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Studio teacher
Unit pub
Video computer coord
Transportation coord
Transportation capt
Transportation capt
Animal wrangler
Set medic
Set medic, 2d unit
Craft service
Craft service
Craft service, 2d unit
STAND INS
Stunt coord
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
Stunts
COLOR PERSONNEL
Col timer
SOURCES
SONGS
"A Man and a Woman," written by Francis Lai, Pierre Barouh and Jerry Keller, performed by Gene Merlino and Melissa MacKay
"Whatcha' Gonna Do," written by David Drew, Foxy Brown, Adrian Belew, Christopher Frantz, Steven Stanley & Martina Weymouth, produced by Jelly Roll, performed by Foxy Brown, courtesy of Def Jam Records
"Jungle Love," written by Morris Day and Jesse Johnson, performed by The Time, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
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SONGS
"A Man and a Woman," written by Francis Lai, Pierre Barouh and Jerry Keller, performed by Gene Merlino and Melissa MacKay
"Whatcha' Gonna Do," written by David Drew, Foxy Brown, Adrian Belew, Christopher Frantz, Steven Stanley & Martina Weymouth, produced by Jelly Roll, performed by Foxy Brown, courtesy of Def Jam Records
"Jungle Love," written by Morris Day and Jesse Johnson, performed by The Time, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Fourth Floor Ladies Shoes," written and performed by Daniel May, courtesy of MasterSource
"Simply Irresistible," written and performed by Robert Palmer, courtesy of EMI Records, under license from EMI Film & TV Music
"Beat Boyz," written and performed by Bishop
"Billy Jean Is MIA," written by Shane West, performed by Jonny Was
"Next To You," written by R. Cousin, Erika Nuri, Calvin Richardson, produced by Dutch, performed by Calvin Richardson, courtesy of Hollywood Records
"Ain't Nobody," written by David J. Woliniski, produced by Dutch, performed by Kelly Price, courtesy of Def Jam/Def Soul Records
"I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More Babe," written and performed by Barry White, courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
"Rock Nation," written by Scott Nickoley and Jamie Dunlap, performed by Jamie Dunlap, courtesy of MasterSource
"Killer Bee," written by Mikey Andrade, Scott Nickoley and Jamie Dunlap, performed by Jamie Dunlap, courtesy of MasterSource
"With Me," written by Eric B, performed by Just Shawn
"Where's the Love," written by Bishop, Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart, produced by Bishop, performed by Floetry, courtesy of DreamWorks Records
"Let Me See You Dance," written by Bishop and Christian Ward, produced by Bishop, performed by Iceberg
"Gutta," written by TaShon Spence, Robert Scalere Jr., Frank Ferraro and Jay Cooley, produced by Swinga, performed by The Unit, courtesy of Flava Unit Records
"Way of Life," written by F. Golde, D. Lambert, D. Hitchings, D. Carter, B. Thomas and T. Quaites, performed by Lil' Wayne, featuring Big Tymers and TQ, courtesy of Cash Money Records, under license from Universal Music Enterprises, contains a sample of "Don't Look Any Further," performed by Dennis Edwards, courtesy of Motown Records, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
"Let Go," written by Just Blaze, Eve and Frankie Beverly, produced by Just Blaze, performed by Eve, courtesy of Ruff Ryders/Interscope Records, contains a sample of "Before I Let Go," performed by Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Film & TV Music
"Rock Star," written by Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, performed by N.E.R.D., courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc., under license from EMI Film & TV Music
"Do Your Thing," written by Dana Owens and Mario Winans, produced by Mario "Yellow Man" Winans, performed by Queen Latifah, featuring Mario Winans, courtesy of Flava Unit Records
"Move Somethin'," written by Obi Nwobosi, Ainz Prasad, and Terrence Kelly, performed by Mr. Cheeks, courtesy of Universal Records.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
2003
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles and New York openings: 7 Mar 2003
Copyright Claimant:
Touchstone Pictures (an a.d.o. Disney Enterprises, Inc.)
Copyright Date:
5 May 2003
Copyright Number:
PA1121323
Physical Properties:
Sound
Dolby Digital; SDDS; dts in selected theatres
Color
Lenses/Prints
Prints by Technicolor®
Duration(in mins):
105
MPAA Rating:
PG-13
Country:
United States
Language:
English
PCA No:
39572
Passed by NBR:
No
GENRE
Genre:


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