Two Weeks Notice

Two Weeks Notice

2002 romantic comedy movie directed by Marc Lawrence
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Two Weeks Notice is a 2002 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Marc Lawrence and starring Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock. Although critical response was mixed, the film was successful at the box office.

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  • December 20, 2002 (2002-12-20)
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101 minutes
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United States
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English
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$60 million
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$200 million

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Lucy Kelson: George, I have an ulcer, I don't sleep well, mostly because you keep calling me in the middle of the night, and if you don't call me I dream that you're gonna call me. I think about you in the shower [George gives her a look] Lucy Kelson: ...not in a good way, but in an I'm-so-distracted-I-can't-remember-if-I-washed-my-hair kinda way - so I'll wash my hair twice! So I have a hole in my stomach, I'm running out of shampoo and today is the first day in my life that I did not give a thousand percent on the job. And I hate that feeling.
  • The house George's brother lives is actually one of Donald Trump's homes. Trump lent his Westchester home to the production and filmed a cameo for the film.
  • Mark Feuerstein, who is listed in the credits, had all his scenes cut from the final cut of the movie, although you can see part of his head during the wedding scene as Sandra Bullock's character leaves the church.
  • During the traffic jam and trailer scene, one of the men in the Poland Springs truck behind the RV is Sandra Bullock's real-life brother-in-law according to Ms. Bullock on the DVD commentary.
  • Opening credits song "Baby, You've Got What It Takes" (TWO WEEKS NOTICE Remix) with harmonica accompaniment by Blind Lemon Lipschitz is actually director Marc Lawrence playing the harmonica.
  • British author Lynne Truss pointed out that the title of the film is grammatically incorrect. In her best-selling style book 'Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation', she correctly establishes that the title is missing an apostrophe ("Two Weeks' Notice"), thereby denoting proper possession of the title's subject. The original hardcover edition of 'Eats, Shoots, & Leaves' also featured Truss in her author's photo, glaring at the poster and holding a marker where the apostrophe should be.

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