R | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
The book that the staffer (Chris O'Dowd) was reading, in the scene where Clayton Harding calls, is the the novel "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People", the book on which this film was based.
Hollywood? Sodom and Gomorrah. Now everybody a celebrity. You take out your breasts, you're celebrity.
Sidney Young: I think it probably depends on the breasts...
Mrs. Kowalski: In Poland, someone was famous because they done something. Marie Curie, Pope John Paul...
Sidney Young: Yeah, well...
When the group is leaving the first party, Eleanor Johnson talks to Sophie Maes before getting into the car. The shot then turns back to Sophie with her saying "Yea" when clearly her lips were not even moving.
£1,154,607 (UK) (5 October 2008)
$2,778,752 (USA) (11 December 2008)
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