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LITTLE BLACK BOOK
USA: Columbia Pictures
UK: Columbia TriStar Films (UK)
Cast: Brittany Murphy, Holly Hunter, Ron Livingston, Julianne Nicholson, Kathy Bates, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kevin Sussman, Rashida Jones, Josie Maran, Jason Antoon, Sharon Lawrence, Gavin Rossdale, Cress Williams, Dave Annable, Yvette Nicole Brown, Vivian Bang, Ron Pearson, Matthew Frauman, Emma Thaler, Mercedes Mercado, Lee Cherry, Ross Gottstein, Alex S Alexander, Lucy Lee Flippin, Stephanie Langhoff, Gary Dubin, Dan Benson, Guy Wilson, Chris Dotson, Trent Gill, Marshall Allman, Noah Smith, Mat Botuchis, Ben Ziff, Zach Cole, Nick Vallelonga, Greg Baker, Noah Harpster, Mary C Firestone, Jon Simanton, Louis Bernstein, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Natalie Denise Sperl
Director: Nick Hurran
UK: 106 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for sexual content/humor and language
UK Certificate: 12A contains moderate sex references
USA Release Date: 6 August 2004
UK Release Date: 29 October 2004
"Luck is when preparation meets opportunity"
— Stacy Holt (Brittany Murphy)
From Revolution Studios comes a dark comedy about new boyfriends, ex-girlfriends and little black books.
In LITTLE BLACK BOOK, Stacy Holt (Brittany Murphy), an associate producer for daytime talk show hostess Kippie Kann (Kathy Bates), is frustrated when her boyfriend Derek (Ron Livingston) refuses to discuss his past relationships. With the encouragement of her co-worker Barb (Holly Hunter), she delves into his Palm to learn about his ex-girlfriends. Using the show as a ruse and Barb as her guide, Stacy interviews and befriends them, only to discover that the past, in a few instances, is rather present.
A modern day immorality tale of snooping in the electronic age, LITTLE BLACK BOOK asks the question: Have you ever been tempted to go where you shouldn't? Further, it delves into the consequences of what can happen to you when you succumb to temptation. LITTLE BLACK BOOK is directed by Nick Hurran. The screenplay is by Melissa Carter and Elisa Bell from a story by Melissa Carter.