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Mondays are manic. Wednesdays are wild. And Fridays are about to get a little freaky.

Freaky Friday (2003)

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Mother and daughter bicker over everything -- what Anna wears, whom she likes and what she wants to do when she's older. In turn, Anna detests Tess's fiancé. When a magical fortune cookie switches their personalities, they each get a peek at how the other person feels, thinks and lives.

Director: Mark Waters
Writers: Heather Hach, Leslie Dixon.

Release Date: 2003-08-03
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37
Budget: $26,000,000
Revenue: $110,230,332
Production Companies : Walt Disney Pictures, Casual Friday Productions, Gunn Films
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2003-08-03
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37
Budget: $26,000,000
Revenue: $110,230,332

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Casts

Jamie Lee Curtis
as Tess Coleman
Lindsay Lohan
as Anna Coleman
Mark Harmon
as Ryan
Harold Gould
as Grandpa
Haley Hudson
as Peg
Chad Michael Murray
as Jake
Dina Spybey-Waters
as Dottie Robertson
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Mr. Bates
Christina Vidal
as Maddie
Ryan Malgarini
as Harry Coleman
Rosalind Chao
as Pei-Pei
Lucille Soong
as Pei-Pei's Mom
Willie Garson
as Evan
Julie Gonzalo
as Stacey Hinkhouse
Christina Marie Walter
as Same Shirt Girl
Lu Elrod
as Detention Monitor
Heather Hach
as Gym Teacher
Lorna Scott
as Butcher Woman
Chris Carlberg
as Ethan - Drummer
Danny Rubin
as Scott - Bass Player
Hayden Tank
as Harry's Friend #1
Cayden Boyd
as Harry's Friend #2
Marc McClure
as Boris
Chris Heuisler
as Mr. Waters
Jeffrey Marcus
as Depressed Patient
Jacqueline Heinze
as Crying Patient
Mary Ellen Trainor
as Diary Reading Patient
Erica Gimpel
as Harry's Teacher
William Caploe
as Talk Show P.A.
Daniel Raymont
as Makeup Artist
Veronica Brooks
as Champagne Waitress
Lee Burns
as Bouncer
Amir Derakh
as House of Blues Emcee
Zoe Waters
as Wedding Baby

Crew

Writing Heather Hach Screenplay
Writing Leslie Dixon Screenplay
Production Andrew Gunn Producer
Sound Rolfe Kent Original Music Composer
Camera Oliver Wood Director of Photography
Editing Bruce Green Editor
Directing Mark Waters Director
Writing Mary Rodgers Novel
Costume & Make-Up Genevieve Tyrrell Costume Design
Art Cary White Production Design
Art Barbara Haberecht Set Decoration
Art Maria Baker Art Direction
Production Marci Liroff Casting
Directing Pamela Alch Script Supervisor
Sound Lisa Brown Music Supervisor
Editing Stephanie M. Casey First Assistant Editor
Sound Nick South Music Editor
Sound Andrew Silver Music Editor
Sound Paul Ledford Sound mixer
Sound John Kwiatkowski Sound Editor
Sound Charles W. Ritter Sound Editor
Sound Donald J. Malouf Sound Editor
Sound Todd Toon Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Dean A. Zupancic Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Terry Porter Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Art Dawn Ascher-Trevino Art Department Coordinator
Camera Ron Batzdorff Still Photographer
Crew Jimmy Romano Stunt Coordinator
Costume & Make-Up Heidi Higginbotham Costume Supervisor
Production Mario Iscovich Executive Producer
Production Ann Marie Sanderlin Co-Producer

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  • Parents need to know that Freaky Friday is a switched-identities comedy that will appeal to older kids, tweens, and teens alike. It's a good movie for families to watch together, as it will spark shared laughter and possible lively conversation about parent-child relationships.

  • Freaky Friday is a 2003 American fantasy comedy film directed by Mark Waters and written by Heather Hach and Leslie Dixon, based on Mary Rodgers’ 1972 novel of the same name.It stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan as a mother and daughter, whose bodies are switched due to a mysterious and magical fortune cookie.. The film was released in theaters on August 6, 2003, by Walt Disney ...

  • Freaky Friday is a comedic children's novel written by Mary Rodgers, first published by Harper & Row in 1972.It has been adapted for the screen, as well as the stage.. The story features one day that 13-year-old Annabel Andrews and her mother spend in each other's bodies. Thus it may be considered a modern retelling of Vice Versa: A Lesson to Fathers, the 1882 novel by F. Anstey in which the ...

  • Directed by Mark Waters. With Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Mark Harmon, Harold Gould. An overworked mother and her daughter do not get along. When they switch bodies, each is forced to adapt to the other's life for one freaky Friday.

  • In this Disney film, middle-aged Barbara Harris wishes she could be as carefree as her 13-year-old daughter Jodie Foster. Foster wishes she could be treated and respected as an adult, like mom.

  • Disney Channel's peppy musical version of Disney favorite Freaky Friday may not erase memories of the popular 1976 and 2003 movies, but the clever score by Pulitzer Prize winners Tom Kitt and ...

  • Length & Content. Freaky Friday runs approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, with a 15-minute intermission. The show contains theatrical smoke and haze and strobe lights. The musical contains some teen themes, and is recommended for ages 10 and up.

  • Mark Waters' remake of the family favorite Freaky Friday comes to DVD with a pair of transfers. The widescreen anamorphic transfer preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and is preferable to the standard full-frame image.

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