Morning Glory

Morning Glory

Director: Roger Michell Cast: Harrison Ford, Rachel McAdams, Diane Keaton
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Overview

Morning Glory

Produced by J.J. Abrams and written by Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada), director Roger Michell's comedic glimpse into the cutthroat world of live television finds a desperate female news producer (Rachel McAdams) attempting to put out the flames between an anchorman (Harrison Ford) and his blustery but iconic cohost (Diane Keaton) in a last-ditch effort to save their failing morning show. Jeff Goldblum co-stars in the Paramount Pictures production.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/01/2013
UPC: 0883929300990
Original Release: 2010
Source: Paramount Catalog
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harrison Ford Mike Pomeroy
Rachel McAdams Becky Fuller
Diane Keaton Colleen Peck
Patrick Wilson Adam Bennett
Jeff Goldblum Jerry Barnes
John Pankow Lenny Bergman
Matt Malloy Ernie Appleby
Patti D'Arbanville Becky's Mom
Ty Burrell Paul McVee
Vanessa Aspillaga Anna
Jeff Hiller Sam, Channel 9 Producer
Linda Powell Louanne
Mike Hydeck Ralph
Jerome Weinstein Fred
David Fonteno Oscar
J. Elaine Marcos Lisa Bartlett
Liz Keifer Jerry's Wife
Don Roy King Merv, Daybreak Director
Pepper Binkley Jerry's Assistant
Don Hewitt Joe the Cameraperson
Reed Birney Governor Willis
Carmen M. Herlihy Becky's Assistant
Noah Bean First Date
Jack Davidson Dog Walking Neighbor
Joseph J. Vargas Channel 9 Director
Mario Frierson Channel 9 Technical Director
Kevin Herbst Channel 9 Associate Director
Stephen Park Channel 9 Weatherperson
Adrian Martinez IBS Lobby Guard
Rizwan Manji Daybreak Producer
Jay Russell Daybreak Producer
Yvonne Finnerty Daybreak Producer
Rick Younger Daybreak Producer
Arden Myrin Daybreak Producer
Caroline Clay Daybreak Producer
Katharine Hyde Daybreak Producer
Allen Warnock Daybreak Producer
Welker White Daybreak Producer
Maddie Corman Daybreak Producer
Jeremy Beiler Daybreak Producer
Jonathan Forte First Intern
Kevin Pariseau Horse Teeth Reporter
Chris Sieber Groundhog Reporter
Lauren Cohn Crafts Expert
Jayne Houdyshell Stage Manager
Miguel A. Hernandez Editor
Alice Callahan Girl at Schiller's
Myles O'Brien IBS Anchorperson
Robert Caminiti Daybreak Associate Director
Stefani L. Cohen Daybreak Timing Production Assistant
Gray Winslow Daybreak Technical Director
Kristine Nielsen Fan
Paul Urcioli IBS Evening News Producer
Rosalynd Darling Daybreak Fan on Plaza
Gio Perez Second Intern
Steve McAuliff Animal Expert
Vincent J. Robinson Bagpiper
Bruce Altman Television Executive
Kathleen McNenny Television Executive
Jason Kravits Television Executive
John Bundy Magician
Elaine Kaufman Herself
Bob Schieffer Himself
Morley Safer Himself
Chris Matthews Himself
Curtis Jackson Himself
Tony Yayo Himself
DJ Whoo Kidd Himself
Lloyd Banks Himself

Technical Credits
Roger Michell Director
J.J. Abrams Producer
David Arnold Score Composer
Bryan Burk Producer
Sherryl Clark Executive Producer
Bill Corso Makeup
Marcia de Bonis Casting
Alex Digerlando Art Director
Dan Farrell Editor
Frank Fleming Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark Friedberg Production Designer
Kim Jennings Art Director
Alwin Küchler Cinematographer
Ellen Lewis Casting
Bruce MacCallum Camera Operator
Aline Brosh McKenna Screenwriter
Nick Moore Editor
Udi Nedivi Associate Producer
Tom Nelson Sound Mixer
Bernie Pollack Costumes/Costume Designer
Guy Riedel Executive Producer
Mary Anne Spano Makeup
Michael Steele Asst. Director
Lindsey Weber Associate Producer
Steven Weisberg Editor

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Morning Glory 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Bear_of_XenaCon More than 1 year ago
I watched this movie because I am a fan of Harrison Ford, but I wondered "Why is Harrison Ford in a Romance Comedy." He put in a STUNNING performance as a curmudgeon. Harrison Ford did the best curmudgeon since Walter Matthau, and in many ways exceeds him. This film would have been nothing without him. . Still, the reality is that one person cannot carry a film. Fortunately, Rachel McAdams rose to the challenge. I cannot remember seeing her in other movies, but I will certainly look for her now. She is the new Meg Ryan. Without Ms. McAdams, I would have rated the movie two or maybe three stars. --And I think she will get even better! . The rest of the cast filled the ensemble completely, making me wish each had a bigger part. In particular, Jeff Goldblum pleasantly surprised me. I never would have thought to cast him in the role, but he took a small part and made it live. Bravo. . The writing was another wonderful surprise. The plot is "been there, done that" (Mary Tyler Moore) so it has to be carried by other elements. The scenes and characters were well developed and the dialog was the best I have heard in years. It is only at the very end that one discovers why the love interest is important to the story. Nice twist. One other technical point of excellence was the set dressing in Harrison Ford's apartment. The warmth and detail of the setting was an excellent counterpoint to the curmudgeon who lived within.
Ruebels More than 1 year ago
There is nothing special about this movie. Predictable story, and an especially wooden performance by Harrison "I should retire" Ford. What saves this movie is the energy Rachel McAdams brings. She is in every scene, and should be, becuase without her, this movie sits on the video store shelf and collects dust. P.s. She's got a great ass as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago