PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A singer, whose career has gone on a downward spiral, is forced to make a comeback to the performance stage for a benefit concert.
Bob Dylan and Larry Charles used pseudonyms for the screenplay because of the film's title.
Editor: What's up? Isn't that an interesting question to ask me. I got reporters wounded. I've got reporters that are held captive. Held hostage. I got two reporters dead. I got reporters on the front lines. I got reporters that are undercover - ...
When Nina Veronica meets the TV executives at the television studio, the liquor bottles in the center of the table change position and number in almost every shot where they are visible.
Laura Harring appeared in early versions of the film (including the cut which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival) playing a character called 'The Lady in Red'. However, her scenes were cut from the theatrical release version.
$30,783 27 July 2003