The Whole Nine Yards  (2000)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 38 mins

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Directed by Jonathan Lynn, starring Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry and Rosanna Arquette in the lead roles.
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Did you know? Bruce Willis agreeing to guest appear on Friends (1994) for free, and because he lost a bet to Matthew Perry during filming, is actually an urban legend. In "People" Magazine, Star Spotlight 2000, 'Willis agreed to a guest stint on 'Friends' simply because he and Perry thought it would be fun.' News outlets mistakenly reported on the rumor and fans have been perpetuating it ever since. Willis was in fact paid for the role, including syndication runs, but donated the money to: The American Foundation for AIDS Research, AIDS Project Los Angeles, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Rape Treatment Center, and UCLA Unicamp for underprivileged children. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Spoken Languages:
French, Spanish
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.85:1 (Flat)
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No
Movie Connection(s):
Remade as: Awara Paagal Deewana (Hindi)
Trivia:
The three children who run between Jimmy and Oz when they are standing next to the flower cart are Bruce Willis's three daughters, Tallulah Willis, Scout Willis, and Rumer Willis.

Bruce Willis tried contacting Matthew Perry to get him to take part in the film while, unbeknownst to him, Perry was on vacation. After a few weeks of trying to get hold of him, Willis left the famous line, "I will chop off your legs, set fire to your house, and watch you drag..." on Perry's answer machine. They thought it was so funny that they included it on the film.

Bruce Willis agreeing to guest appear on Friends (1994) for free, and because he lost a bet to Matthew Perry during filming, is actually an urban legend. In "People" Magazine, Star Spotlight 2000, 'Willis agreed to a guest stint on 'Friends' simply because he and Perry thought it would be fun.' News outlets mistakenly reported on the rumor and fans have been perpetuating it ever since. Willis was in fact paid for the role, including syndication runs, but donated the money to: The American Foundation for AIDS Research, AIDS Project Los Angeles, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Rape Treatment Center, and UCLA Unicamp for underprivileged children.