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Date Night Mechante Soiree! (DVD)

Date Night is a 2010 American romantic comedy crime film directed by Shawn Levy and written by Josh Klausner.

Starring Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Taraji P. Henson, Common, and Mark Wahlberg, the film tells the story of a case of mistaken identity in New York City, which turns a bored married couple s attempt at a glamorous and romantic evening into something more thrilling and dangerous.

Date Night premiered in New York City on April 6, 2010, and was released theatrically on April 9, 2010, by 20th Century Fox. It grossed $152.3 million against a $55 million budget.


Phil and Claire Foster are a married couple from New Jersey with two children, Ollie and Charlotte, and whose domestic life has become boring and routine. Their sex life is perfunctory and demystified. Phil is a tax lawyer while Claire is a realtor. They are motivated to reignite their romance after learning that their best friends, Brad and Haley, are planning to divorce to escape the married-life routine and to have more excitement in their lives.

To avoid the routine that had become their weekly date night , Phil decides that he will take Claire to a trendy Manhattan restaurant, but they cannot get a table. Phil steals a reservation from a no-show couple, the Tripplehorns, despite Claire s misgivings. While eating, they are approached by two men, Collins and Armstrong, who question them about a flash drive they believe Phil and Claire stole from mobster boss Joe Miletto. Phil and Claire explain that they are not the Tripplehorns, but the men do not believe them and threaten them at gunpoint. Not seeing any other way out, Phil lies and tells them it is in a boathouse in Central Park.

At the boathouse, Claire pretends to search and while Collins and Armstrong s backs are turned, Phil hits them with a paddle and escapes with Claire in a boat. At a police station, Phil and Claire talk with Detective Arroyo, but discover Collins and Armstrong are also detectives, presumably on Miletto s payroll. Realizing they cannot trust the police, they decide to find the real Tripplehorns. They return to the restaurant and find the cellphone number of the Tripplehorns.

Claire remembers a former client, Holbrooke Grant, a security expert and James Bond-like action hero. At his apartment, Grant traces the cellphone signal to an apartment owned by Thomas Felton. Collins and Armstrong arrive, but Phil and Claire escape in Grant s Audi R8.

They arrive at Felton s apartment and break in. They question Felton, nicknamed Taste , and his wife Whippit about the flash drive and Joe Miletto. It turns out that they went to the restaurant, but left when they spotted Collins. Realizing they are in danger, the couple give the flash drive to Phil and flee. When Phil and Claire get back in the Audi, Armstrong and Collins shoot at them. Phil and Claire crash the Audi into a Ford Crown Victoria taxicab, resulting in the cars being attached at the bumpers. Phil and the cab driver decide to drive off to get away. Phil climbs into the Ford to navigate while Claire navigates the Audi. Phil inserts the flash drive into the driver s Amazon Kindle and finds pictures of district attorney Frank Crenshaw with prostitutes. After evading Collins and Armstrong, they are eventually hit and are separated by an SUV. The cab falls into the river; Phil and the driver escape, but without the flash drive.

On the subway, Phil determines that Felton obtained the flash drive to blackmail Crenshaw. They return to Grant s apartment, and Grant is reluctant to help after becoming exhausted by their incompetence, but Phil begs and he agrees. Phil and Claire go to an illegal strip club that Crenshaw frequents, with Claire under the guise of a new prostitute and Phil as her pimp. After performing a pole dance for Crenshaw, they confront him and tell him they are the Tripplehorns. Collins and Armstrong come in and hold them at gunpoint and take them up to the roof with Crenshaw. Miletto arrives with henchmen and it is revealed that Crenshaw has been paid by Miletto to keep him out of jail. When Phil mentions the photos, an argument escalates between the mobsters and Crenshaw, Collins and Armstrong talk. Phil asks Claire to count to three (her typical method of calming their children). When she does, a helicopter appears and Arroyo and the SWAT team arrest Miletto, Crenshaw, and everyone else, as well as Collins and Armstrong. Arroyo reveals to Claire that she was notified by Grant, who supplied Phil with a wire.

After being declared heroes, Phil and Claire enjoy breakfast at a diner, where Phil admits he would marry Claire and have their kids all over again if given the chance. When they return home, they engage in enthusiastic kissing on their front lawn before lying on their backs and watching the sky.


  • Steve Carell as Phil Foster
  • Tina Fey as Claire Foster
  • Mark Wahlberg as Holbrooke Grant
  • Taraji P. Henson as Detective Arroyo
  • Jimmi Simpson as Detective Armstrong
  • Common as Detective Collins
  • William Fichtner as District Attorney Frank Crenshaw
  • Leighton Meester as Katy
  • J. B. Smoove as cabbie
  • Kristen Wiig as Haley Sullivan
  • Mark Ruffalo as Brad Sullivan
  • James Franco as Tom Taste Felton/Tripplehorn
  • Mila Kunis as Whippit Felton/Tripplehorn
  • Bill Burr as Detective Walsh
  • Nick Kroll as Claw maître d
  • Olivia Munn as Claw hostess
  • Gal Gadot as Natanya
  • Jon Bernthal and Ari Graynor as young couple
  • as himself
  • Michelle Galdenzi as Claw hottie
  • Ray Liotta as Joe Miletto (uncredited)


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Filming began in mid-April 2009.


Confirmed songs for the soundtrack are listed below:

  • Blitzkrieg Bop by The Ramones
  • Burn It to the Ground by Nickelback
  • Love Gun by Cee-Lo Green featuring Lauren Bennett
  • Heartbreak Warfare by John Mayer
  • Cobrastyle by Teddybears featuring Mad Cobra
  • Why Me by Margie Balter
  • Date Night Blues by The Rave-Ups
  • French Connection by Solar Budd
  • I ll Never Dream by Kaskade
  • Moving On by Morgan Page
  • Fresh Groove by Muddy Funksters
  • I Want a Do Something Freaky to You by Leon Haywood
  • Sex Slave Ship by Flying Lotus
  • God Created Woman by A. B. O Neill
  • Elephant by Spiral System
  • Production by Lemonworks
  • Something Bigger, Something Better by Amanda Blank
  • Stone by Terry Lynn
  • (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher by Jackie Wilson


Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, the film has an approval rating of 66% based on 231 reviews and an average rating of 6.10/10. The site s critical consensus reads, An uneasy blend of action and comedy, Date Night doesn t quite live up to the talents of its two leads, but Steve Carell and Tina Fey still manage to shine through most of the movie s flaws. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 56 out of 100 based on 37 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half stars, saying If you don t start out liking the Fosters and hoping they have a really nice date night, not much else is going to work. Jim Vejvoda of IGN gave the movie 3 out of 5 stars saying Date Night suggests a lot of comedic possibilities (Wahlberg s character being just one of them, and the Fosters escape from the police station being another example) but it never quite capitalizes on all of these set-ups. Despite these shortcomings, the film still manages to be a lot of fun .

Box office

On its opening weekend, 20th Century Fox reported that Date Night grossed $27.1 million, about $200,000 more than Warner Bros. reported for Clash of the Titans. In a recount, Clash of the Titans retained the number-one spot for a second-straight weekend with $26.6 million. Date Night debuted at number two with $25.2 million, nearly $2 million less than Fox had reported a day earlier. The film went on to gross $98.7 million in the United States and Canada and $53.6 million in other countries totaling a worldwide gross of $152.3 million.

Awards and nominations

The film won the Teen Choice Award for Movie Comedy and Fey won the Teen Choice Award for Movie Actress: Comedy.

Home media

Date Night was released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 10, 2010. The DVD includes both the theatrical (88 minutes) and extended (101 minutes) versions of the film, alternate scenes, two featurettes, public service announcements, and a gag reel.





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1h 28min


Awards, 4 wins & 8 nominations


Shawn Levy


Josh Klausner


Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Mark Wahlberg

Produced by

Joseph M. Caracciolo Jr., Shawn Levy, Josh McLaglen, Billy Rosenberg

Music by

Christophe Beck

Cinematography by

Dean Semler

Film Editing by

Dean Zimmerman

Casting By

Donna Isaacson

Production Design by

David Gropman

Art Direction by

Dan Webster

Set Decoration by

Jay Hart

Costume Design by

Marlene Stewart

Makeup Department

Steve Artmont, Guy Bayo, Richard Dean, Ketty Gonzalez, John Isaacs, Miia Kovero, Donald Mowat, Rick Sharp, Mel Stetson, Karen Blynder

Production Management

Joseph M. Caracciolo Jr., Chris Dowell, Eric Hedayat, Dana Robin

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Dieter Busch, Mark Carter, Jack Gill, Greg Gilman, Annette Hobday, Josh McLaglen, Michael Musteric, Kevin O Neil, Justin Ritson, Darin Rivetti

Art Department

Derrick Alford, Adam L. Barker, Junior Cyrus Baron, Pedro Barquin, Gillian Berrow, Silas Brandon, Anna Butwell, Monica Castro, Martin Charles, Mick Cummings, Paul Cunningham, Colin Dennis, Nancy Deren, Louie Esparza, Roland Fullajtar, Trish Gallaher Glenn, Hank Giardina, William Gideon, Carmine Goglia, Lindsay Good, Trevor Goring, Sean Haines, Brock Helfer, Al Hobbs, Arlo Hoffman, Laura Hyman, Rumiko Ishii, Patrick Janicke, Adam Jones, Ray Maxwell, Vinny Mazzarella, Suzanne Mjartan, John Naehrlich, Frazer Newton, Michael Lee Nirenberg, Jessica Panuccio, Lauren E. Polizzi, John Pollard, Diane Rich, Dennis Richardson, Peter Rogness, David Saltzman, Chris Snyder, Dale Snyder, Carrie Stewart, Phillip Thoman, Mike Thompson, Erica Torres, Ely Vegh, Joel Venti, Kevan Weber, Jack White, Kho Wong, William Depaolo, Matthew King, Chris Samp

Sound Department

Joshua Anderson, Steve Cantamessa, Derek Casari, Ryan Cole, Scott Curtis, Susan Dawes, Dawn Fintor, Laura Graham, Jake Head, Craig Henighan, Larry Hoff, Bobby Johanson, Thomas W. Jordan, R.J. Kizer, Scott La Rue, Sebastien Lacheray, Tom Lalley, Ai-Ling Lee, Skip Longfellow, David Lucarelli, John Murray, Andy Nelson, Jordan O Neill, Erin Michael Rettig, Charleen Richards, Alicia Stevenson, Derek Vanderhorst, Larry Provost, John Soukup

Special Effects by

Kirk Barton, Tara Boccia, J.C. Brotherhood, Nathanial Brotherhood, Michael Clarke, Steve Galich, Scott Garcia, Gary Giffune, Todd Jensen, Chris Jones, Chris Jordan, Johann Kunz, Barry McQueary, Anthony Montenegro, Joe Montenegro, Garth Steinheimer, R. Bruce Steinheimer

Visual Effects by

Akemi Abe, Alden Anderson, Cosmas Paul Bolger Jr., Cameron Bolger, John Bowers, Patrick Clancey, Brian Conlon, Matt Conway, Evie Cook, Rif Dagher, Nathan Evans, Erick Geisler, Robert Geisler, Brent Gilmartin, Richard Kratt, Andrew Lewitin, Ken Locsmandi, Matthew Merkovich, Brandon Miletta, Roger Nall, Tamar Shaham, Jeremy Shuback, Sharon Stetzel, Enrique Torres, Adriaan van Zyl, Michael Joseph Warren, Mohummed Yusef, Thomas Mathai, Brian Walters


Brian Avery, Gary Baxley, Jamie Biden, Eddie Braun, Charlie Brewer, Jared Burke, Jack Carpenter, Chris Cenatiempo, Kevin Chase, Edward Conna, Blaise Corrigan, Douglas Crosby, Paul Deely, Katie Eischen, Danny Epper, Richard Epper, Peter Epstein, Tom Erickson, Corey Michael Eubanks, Debbie Evans, Brent Fletcher, Lance Gilbert, Andy Gill, Cody Gill, Jack Gill, Gary Guercio, Tony Guida, James M. Halty, Gabriel Hansen, Henry Kingi Jr., Henry Kingi, Tony Lazzara, Luke Lesko, Jalil Jay Lynch, Maggie Macdonald, Paul Marini, Anthony J. Mazza, Matthew Moss, Stephen A. Pope, Austin Priester, Jimmy N. Roberts, Pat Romano, Erik Rondell, Anthony G. Schmidt, Shadave, Keith Siglinger, Monty L. Simons, Brian Smyj, Erik Solky, Sean Sullivan, Rich Volp, Chuck Zito, Kevin Chase, Katie Eischen, Danny Epper, Debbie Evans, Brent Fletcher, Marc C. Geschwind, Henry Kingi Jr., Henry Kingi, Debbie Lay, Jalil Jay Lynch, Matthew Moss, Dave Pope, Brieann Rich, Nicholas Rich, Pat Romano, Brian Smyj, Erik Solky

Camera and Electrical Department

Joseph Abbatecola, John Alcantara, Eli Aronoff, Myles Aronowitz, Adam Austin, Paul F. Barron, Rodney Bauer, Jean-Philippe Belliard, Hans Bjerno, Dave Bowers, Jim Butler, Michael P. Catanzarite, Kai Wai Cheng, Damien Collier, David Elwell, James J. Ferris, Michael Flores, Clayton Fowler, Max Frankston, Mike Gerzevitz, Pat Gillen, James J. Gilson, Kirk Greenberg, Michael Guthrie, Nick Haines-Stiles, Jeff Hale, Craig Paul Harris, Robert Hatfield, Kim Heath, James Heerdegen, Sean Higgins, Steven Hubbell, Paul Hughen, Nicalena Iovino, Juan Pablo Jara, Jimmy E. Jensen, Jeb Johenning, Christopher D. Jones, Denny Kortze, Kris Krosskove, Thomas Lappin, Carrie Lazar, Toby LeCheminant, Michael A. Leo, Hamilton Longyear, Charlie Marroquin, Peter McAdams, John McGonegle, Paul C. McKenna, Fred L. McLane, Matthew Merola, Richard Merryman, Toby Miller, Frank Montesanto, Jeff Muhlstock, John Murphy, Tim Nagasawa, James Newman, Beth O Brien, Jesse Pelikan, Brandon Ponticelle, Harry Pray IV, Guillaume Renberg, Michael Rich, Tony Rivetti, Ryan Rodriguez, Ethan Rosenduft, Andrew Rowlands, Cary Sachs, Paul Schmidt, Dara Selbert, Jason Selsor, Adam Smelin, John Steur, Craig Striano, Andrew Sweeney, Suzanne Tenner, Craig Vaccaro, Dustin VonLossberg, Michael J. Walker, Roger Wall, Rick A. West, Santiago Yniguez, Aaron G. York, John Zivelonghi, Thomas Calandrillo, Nathan Spencer

Casting Department

Sara Conte, Tracy Dixon, Barbara Harris, Stephanie R. Hunter, David Kramer, Jason Montgomery

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Arlynn Abseck, John Casey, Lorraine Crossman, Grant Denton, Lisa A. Doyle, Ann Foley, Krista Guggia, Allison Harvey, J.J. Lewis, David Paulin, Lor-e Phillips, Kathleen Russo, Jennifer Schilling, Tony Velasco, Tyra Youland

Editorial Department

Andrea Acs, Gary Burritt, Matthew G. Carson, George Chavez, Pete Conlin, Tony Ferdinand, David Gallegos, Emma Gencarelli, Eileen Godoy, Raymond Herron, Jonathan Hoffman, Matt Hull, Chris Jensen, Ken Lebre, Yvan Lucas, Tim Maxwell, Adam Moore, Tom Reiser, Jennifer Stellema, Lisa Tutunjian, Adriaan van Zyl

Location Management

Karen Brady, Robert Cavalluzzo, Ryan Coleman, Curtis Collins, Jason Farrar, Katie-Bo Fisher, Heather Gauntt, Audra Gorman, Orit Greenberg, Chris Gutierrez, Thomas J. Healy IV, Aaron Hurvitz, Sean Ilnseher, Christopher LeStrange, Gine Lui, Don Mann, Eric Papa, Hyo Park, Jason Quimby, Cesar Quinones, Thomas J. Healy IV

Music Department

Paul Bliven, Tom Brown, Wade Culbreath, Tim Davies, George Doering, Matt Franko, Dominic Gonzales, Mark Graham, Kevin Kliesch, Robert Kraft, Tim Lauber, Jon Mattox, Jake Monaco, Rebecca Morellato, Victor Pesavento, Peter Rotter, Naomi Sato, Steven L. Smith, Noah Scot Snyder, Denis St. Amand, Tom Steel, Casey Stone, Terry Wilson, Joe Zimmerman, Thomas Cavanaugh, Danielle Diego, Ellen Ginsburg

Script and Continuity Department

Diane Durant, Aline Brosh McKenna, Simon Kinberg

Transportation Department

Rupert Cole, David Conelli, Alberto Coto, Jeff Couch, Paulie DiCocco III, Kaleb Hauge, Chris Haynes, Alan Kaminsky, Bobby Marsh, Margo McKay, Kelly Murphy, Edward O Donnell, John Orlebeck, Jimmy Ray Pickens, Tom Rebber, Matthew Talamantes, John F. Teeple, Steven Truckenmiller, Gabe Turiello, Bonnie Yamahiro

Additional Crew

Josh Arnoudse, Kim Bailey, Katie Baron, Brendon Bell, Laura Lynn Berrios, Alex Betuel, Maï Boiron, Mark E. Brown, Megan Brown, Chris Burns, John Burns, Travis Carr, Al Cerullo, John Chernin, Amy Cohn, Pierre M. Coleman, Charles Dewey, Josh Eggebeen, Morgan Elam, Steven Farnsworth, D.R. Farquharson, Karen Faust-Crossley, Danielle Flora, Michael Flores, Missy Foster, Hal Fuchsman, Daniel Gambetta, Pablo Gambetta, Ellen Gannon, Rand Geiger, Marc C. Geschwind, Erica Getler, Kelly Gill, Marcos González Palma, Katherine Grace, Amanda Greenblatt, Amy Greene, Eric Gurian, Logan Hard, Megan Harris, John D. Hay, Aaron Himmel, Katie Hoyt, Marisol Jiménez, Heather Kehayas, Timber Kislan, Austin Lapierre, Steve Loff, Jordan Londe, Sean MacIntyre, Kristyn Macready, Liz Magee, Kevin Maier, Adam Markle, Todd A. Marks, Timothy Martin, Luke Maxcy, Shellie McMeekin, Michael Miles, Caroline Miller, Roger Mohn, Bárbara Morelos-Zaragoza, Nicole Mumey, Melissa Nathan, Michael Reilly, Diane Salazar, Shauna Sanders, CarloVito Santangelo, Rafael Sanz, Phil Scalisi, Alex Schwerin, Lori Scowley, Sloane Skala, Rachel Stack, Regina Taufen, Juel Taylor, Eric W. Thompson, Amy R. Trachtman, Gretel Twombly, Eric Weinstein, Shawn Wilson, Peter Woods, Christopher Yoon, Imran Yusufzai, Jerome Zelle, Tyler Atkinson, Dan Hindes, Christina Hwang, Frederick Keith Johnson, Raj Rawal


Rob Harris


Comedy, Crime, Romance


Twentieth Century Fox, 21 Laps Entertainment, Dune Entertainment




English, Hebrew





ImDb Rating Votes


Metacritic Rating


Short Description

Date Night is a 2010 American romantic comedy crime film directed by Shawn Levy and written by Josh Klausner.

Starring Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Taraji P. Henson, Common, and Mark Wahlberg, the film tells the story of a case of mistaken identity in New York City, which turns a bored married couple s attempt at a glamorous and romantic evening into something more thrilling and dangerous.

Date Night premiered in New York City on April 6, 2010, and was released theatrically on April 9, 2010, by 20th Century Fox. It grossed $152.3 million against a $55 million budget.

Box Office Budget

$55,000,000 (estimated)

Box Office Opening Weekend USA


Box Office Gross USA


Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross