Devil Wears Prada

The Devil Wears Prada

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Director: David Frankel

Cast: David Frankel, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt


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Lauren Weisberger's best-selling novel about a young woman who stumbles into the hectic worlds of high fashion and publishing comes to the big screen in this comedy. Andrea "Andy" Sachs (Anne Hathaway) is a bright young woman from the Midwest who has just graduated from college and wants to work as a magazine writer. Andy has applied for


Lauren Weisberger's best-selling novel about a young woman who stumbles into the hectic worlds of high fashion and publishing comes to the big screen in this comedy. Andrea "Andy" Sachs (Anne Hathaway) is a bright young woman from the Midwest who has just graduated from college and wants to work as a magazine writer. Andy has applied for a job at "Runway," America's most prestigious fashion journal; though Andy has little to no interest in the garment trade, they are one of the only magazines in New York with a job opening -- second assistant to editor Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep). As Andy quickly learns, Miranda is a diva with plenty of power within the magazine business and she isn't afraid to use it, and though Andy lands the job (primarily by being in the right place at the right time), she soon learns that working for Miranda could test the patience of a saint thanks to her endless demands and refusal to acknowledge the end of a work day. Andy struggles to hold on to the job and her sanity, knowing that a recommendation from Miranda can open nearly any door at any magazine, but can she handle the pressure without losing her mind along the way? The Devil Wears Prada also stars Stanley Tucci, Emily Blunt, and Adrian Grenier.

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20th Century Fox
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[Full Frame]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]

Special Features

Audio commentary with director David Frankel, producer Wendy Finerman, costume designer Patricia Field, screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna, editor Mark Livolsi and director of photography Florian Ballhaus; Deleted scenes with director and editor commentary; The Trip to the Big Screen featurette; NYC and Fashion featurette; Fashion Visionary Patricia Field featurette; Getting Valentino featurette; Boss from Hell featurette; Gag reel

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Meryl Streep Miranda Priestly
Anne Hathaway Andy Sachs
Emily Blunt Emily
Stanley Tucci Nigel
Adrian Grenier Nate
Tracie Thoms Lilly
Rich Sommer Doug
Simon Baker Christian Thompson
Daniel Sunjata James Holt
Jimena Hoyos Lucia
Rebecca Mader Jocelyn
Tibor Feldman Irv Ravitz
Stephanie Szostak Jaqueline Follet
David Marshall Grant Richard Barnes
James Naughton Stephen
Colleen Dengel Caroline
Suzanne Dengel Cassidy
Eric Seltzer Roy
Davide Callegati Massimo
Alexie Gilmore Clacker #1
Alyssa Sutherland Clacker #2
Ines Rivero Clacker In Elevator
John Rothman Editor
L.J. Ganser Marty
George C. Wolfe Paul
Gisele Bündchen Serena The Talking Clacker
Paul Keany St. Regis Butler
James E. Cronin Ambassador
Rori Cannon Girl At Party
Stan Newman John Folger
Heidi Klum Heidi Klum
Valentino Garavani Valentino Garavani
Robert Verdi Fashion Reporter
Lindsay Brice PR Woman
Bridget Hall Bridget Hall
John Graham Book Guy
Wells Dixon Henry
Valentino Himself
Mamie Gummer Barista

Technical Credits
David Frankel Director
Danny Aiello Stunts
Florian Ballhaus Cinematographer
Bobby Beckles Stunts
Jill Brown Stunts
Joseph M. Caracciolo Executive Producer
Victor Chan Stunts
Bob Colletti Stunts
Patricia Field Costumes/Costume Designer
Wendy Finerman Producer
Jess Gonchor Production Designer
Jill Graves Costumes/Costume Designer
Maya Hardinge Makeup
J. Roy Helland Makeup
Barrett Hong Costumes/Costume Designer
Joyce R. Korbin Stunts
Tom Lappin Camera Operator
Ellen Lewis Casting
Mark Livolsi Editor
Aline Brosh McKenna Screenwriter
Julia Michels Musical Direction/Supervision
Evelyne Noraz Makeup
T.J. O'Mara Sound/Sound Designer
Marcia Patten Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Pope Stunts
Jodi Michelle Pynn Stunts
Don Roos Screenwriter
Karen Rosenfelt Executive Producer
Theodore Shapiro Score Composer
Rodney Sterbenz Set Decoration/Design
David Thompson Camera Operator
Tom Warren Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Devil Wears Prada
1. Main Titles (Suddenly I See) [:02]
2. Appointment With Emily [3:23]
3. The Dragon Lady [1:09]
4. Hired [1:21]
5. The Early Bird [4:01]
6. I'm Not Emily [1:49]
7. Errand Girl [:19]
8. The Lunch Line [2:46]
9. From a Pile of Stuff [3:09]
10. Sticking It Out [1:40]
11. Dinner and Disaster [2:03]
12. Poor You [2:13]
13. The New Andy [:26]
14. Exciting Presents [2:51]
15. Pickup From Miranda [2:39]
16. The Preview [:17]
17. Delivering The Book [4:25]
18. The Impossible Manuscript [1:21]
19. Hanging By a Thread [2:06]
20. An Incubus of Viral Plague [2:08]
21. The Benefit [1:42]
22. Miranda's Choice [1:26]
23. Telling Emily [1:44]
24. One of Them [3:10]
25. Paris [:43]
26. Another Divorce [3:15]
27. The Dream Job [1:58]
28. Dinner With Christian [2:59]
29. The New Runway [1:09]
30. The Big Announcement [2:23]
31. To Be Us [3:47]
32. Sorry [2:06]
33. The Job Interview [3:03]
34. Andy's Imposition [1:28]
35. A Secret Smile [1:36]
36. End Titles [4:30]


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The Devil Wears Prada 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 84 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the performances by Meryl Streep and others - a fun look at the fashion publishing industry. I would watch it again on a day when I was home not feeling well and wanted a pick-me-up!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Like all movies based off books, this one was shortened a ton, which sort of took away from the story line. Also, Emily being hit by a car is a really stupid reason for someone to not go to paris. The movie is good, but the book is soooooo much better!
Carstairs38 7 months ago
Watch Who You Become Yes, when it came out, I wrote The Devil Wears Prada off as a chick flick. And yet, a part of me was always curious about it, so when I caught a chance to watch it on TV, I decided that was the way to go. I’m glad I did because I did enjoy it. Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway) is a new journalism graduate who is hoping to start her career in New York City. She lands a job at the fashion magazine Runway as the second assistant to Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), the woman who not only runs the magazine but wields her power over much of the fashion industry itself. However, Andy isn’t necessarily suited for the job. Her fashion sense is definitely lacking, and she knows little of what Miranda asks of her. Can she keep the job? And what effect might the long demanding hours have on her relationships with her friends and her boyfriend? Honestly, this is a very familiar story. You’ve got the naïve newbie and the powerful mentor who has seen it all and demands perfection. But that doesn’t keep you from rooting for Andy. As someone who has gotten new jobs recently, I felt sorry for Andy since she appeared to get so little training. It was easy to root for her to figure things out and start to impress her new, demanding boss. Of course, we do get to see the other side as her friends get very tired of her constantly changing plans for her job. And it especially wears on her relationship with her boyfriend. As I said, this is a familiar story. The result found me wanting Andy to figure out a way to balance both her personal life and her new job. The character is very likable and easy to root for, which gets us through a lot. This was important to me since I’m a guy. Fashion? Forget about it. I couldn’t have cared less about that aspect of the story, but of course it was just the setting that holds the rest of it together. What really impressed me were some scenes near the end. We get to see both sides of this coin as Miranda gives Andy a couple of peaks into her life. Instead of being preachy, they come across as honest, which is so hard hitting it is impossible to turn away. The acting propels us through the early parts and gets us to the payoff with no issues at all. Meryl Streep is absolutely outstanding in the lead. She makes Miranda much more complex than she appears from the very beginning. In lesser hands, the final scenes wouldn’t have felt real because we wouldn’t have cared about the character. Meanwhile, Anne Hathaway holds her own and really makes us care about Andy, which makes the entire journey worth taking. The two leads are surrounded by a great supporting cast that includes Emily Blunt, Stanley Tucci, and Simon Baker. These actors make their characters stand out no matter how big or small their parts on screen are. I’m glad I took advantage of the TV to watch The Devil Wears Prada. While it doesn’t break any new ground, the trip is well worth taking again with this cast playing these characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great film.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all, I would die if I had a boss and coworker like that, very disrespectful. Everyone has their own sense of style and deserve to dress as they please. Second, Meryl Streep is a great actress and was perfect for her role in this movie. It may be "the fashion business," but there is never a reason to downgrade coworkers based on their dress. Andrea Sachs may not dress like a model, but that doesn't mean she is incapable of doing the job. The fact that they tested her personal life and relationship is utterly disappointing because no one should have to choose between their job and personal life. We need a job to pay the bills and we need a personal life to stay human. Anyone who would jeopardize that, is not of character. The fact that Christian calls Andrea's boyfriend stupid is definitely unprofessional and unacceptable. Although at the end Miranda said Andrea disappointed her, it didn't say how she disappointed her. But if you work for someone like Miranda, then you can handle anything life throws at you.
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Sow More than 1 year ago
First of all stellar performance by Meryl Streep. She does the exacting and annoying boss with such perfection that she reminded me of all the impossibly annoying bosses that I have ever had! This movie is about the fashion industry and I come from the airline industry. But the similarities in the work place relationships and the inner politics is so striking that it was like watching the story of my life. They have got all in there, the uncompromising boss whose sole purpose in life seems to be to suck the joy out of yours, the jealous over competitive colleague, the empathetic gay guy, and a whole lot of humour in between. Anne Hathaway is the character whom you naturally sympatize with. The story revolves around the choices she makes and the ultimate question is will the world of fashion swallow the soul of yet another enterprising individual. Also does being competitive and succesful mean that you have to sacrifice personal ethics and morality as well as your social life and relationships. While seemingly light hearted , the movie takes a close look and the personal life of the present daty working woman. It asks the question if she is turning into a she-devil or if she has still not lost touch with her soul. The Devil Wears Prada is indeed a remarkable movie. Worthy of being a part of anybody's movie library as it is in mine.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I did not like the end. She had a good job but had to give it up because her friends could not keep up. What do we work for good pay, i think so if my friends can not keep up then it is time to find new ones
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is on my top favorite lists! It is phanomenal. I recommend buying it.
thomas101 More than 1 year ago
The Devil Wears Prada was a amazing movie that really showed the inner magazine life and how every one has a secret (even if it is just a mistake). Even though having a magazine job sounds fun it is alot of hard work as shown by character Andria Sachs (Anne Hathaway). One thing that all of us must know all ready that most of our bosses are real jerks even if they have had a really checkered past. The movie was incredible my favorite part is the romance and humor of everything.Also I recommend this movie to anyone even if you don't have an intrest in reading magazines. In all this movie had amazing performances by Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, and Stanly Tucci
Guest More than 1 year ago
merryl streep is outstanding as she portrays the real -life editor of Vogue Magazine.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great and funny film for any guy who takes a girl on a date. I saw the movie with my sister, she read the book a few years ago, and i wanted to see the movie. Well lets just say that i loved it.
ihatereading More than 1 year ago
i LOVED this movie!!!!!!! it is, by far, my fave anne hathaway movie. anne hathaway and meryl streep make a wonderful cast. i might not show it to your 5 year old, but me, and my 7 year old twins LOVED it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Scat30 More than 1 year ago
Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway's perforances are so good. I loved everything about this movie: the fashion, the plot, and the acting. I can watch this movie over and over again and it doesn't get old.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was both sweet and charming, combining the classic theme of putting one's priorities in order with a dazzling display of fashion. It was an adorable film with memorable characters and a fun plot, as well as a fantastic wardrobe!! I loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was very funny. One of those movies where you didn't want it to end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although it depicts the world of high fashion, this delightful comedy is no mere chick flick. Anyone who started their careers working with a tyrannical, exploitive boss will revel in the situations and performances in this top-notch film. I thought the ending was perfect.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie was good if you watch it before you read the book. I'm reading the book right now and it's soooo much better then the movie. To many differences in the movie, but I would still recommend it.
rbush44 More than 1 year ago
No matter how many times I stumble across this movie on cable Television I can't help but to stop what I am doing and watch it until the end. Merryl Streep and Anne Hathaway deliver brilliant performances. The story was excellent and the script was well written. This is a must watch for anyone. This movie definitely holds up and has lots of rewatchability.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Meryl Streep's performance was amazing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was great!I loved it the most because it showed the whole fashion life in the big apple. When i was in the movie theatres to watch She's the Man I saw the poster for this movie and when I saw the brand label Prada I thought right away that I will love the movie. Since my sister works at Barnes and Noble I beg her to buy the movie everyday. And the price is just right!First I wanted to be a fashion designer but now I want to be involved in a fashion magazine!Great movie!My favorite one, favorite character was the boss1 :&quot