PG-13 | | Comedy, Music
A girl group find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy to deliver subliminal messages through popular music.
Aaliyah was considered for the role of Valerie Brown. The film features a scene of a plane crash. Eerily enough she would then die in a plane crash on August 2001 four months after this film's theatrical release.
We tried to warn you... The message on your mirror
Melody: That was you? Dujour was in my bathroom!
When Melody hits Carson with the Matt Damon cut-out, she drops the cut out as Carson falls off the set. In the next scene the cutout is once again in her hands.
In the version of "Josie and the Pussycats" released outside North America, the Universal logo transforms into the tongue stud of a screaming fan. (Universal's logo comes before Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's on the American prints; internationally it's the other way around.)
An alternative 'PG' rated version was released (supposedly to gather more of a family related audience).
$4,562,455 (USA) (15 April 2001)
$14,252,830 (USA) (20 May 2001)
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