The Devil Wears Prada

Andy moves to New York to work in the fashion industry. Her boss is extremely demanding, cruel and won’t let her succeed if she doesn’t fit into the high class elegant look of their magazine.
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Film Cast:

  • Andy Sachs: Anne Hathaway
  • Miranda Priestly: Meryl Streep
  • Emily: Emily Blunt
  • Nigel: Stanley Tucci
  • Christian Thompson: Simon Baker
  • Nate: Adrian Grenier
  • Lily: Tracie Thoms
  • Doug: Rich Sommer
  • James Holt: Daniel Sunjata
  • Richard Sachs: David Marshall Grant
  • Stephen: James Naughton
  • Irv Ravitz: Tibor Feldman
  • Jocelyn: Rebecca Mader
  • Lucia: Jimena Hoyos
  • Serena: Gisele Bündchen
  • Paul: George C. Wolfe
  • Editor: John Rothman
  • Jacqueline Follet: Stephanie Szostak
  • Caroline: Colleen Dengel
  • Cassidy: Suzanne Dengel
  • Self: Heidi Klum
  • Self: Valentino Garavani
  • Self: Bridget Hall
  • Clacker in Elevator: Ines Rivero
  • Clacker: Alyssa Sutherland
  • Fashion Reporter: Robert Verdi
  • St. Regis Butler: Paul Keany
  • Massimo: David Callegati
  • Girl at Party: Rori Cannon
  • John Folger: Stan Newman
  • Ambassador: James Cronin
  • Roy: Eric Seltzer
  • PR Woman: Lindsay Brice
  • Fashion Photographer: Steve Benisty
  • Book Guy: John Graham
  • Miranda’s Driver: Wells Dixon
  • Red Carpet Celebrity (uncredited): Ilona Alexandra
  • Security (uncredited): Frank Anello
  • French Bellhop (uncredited): Alexander Blaise
  • Fashion Show Attendee (uncredited): Marie Brandt
  • Businessman (uncredited): Carl Burrows
  • Fashion Photographer (uncredited): Dono Cunningham
  • Security (uncredited): Guy A. Fortt
  • Clacker (uncredited): Alexie Gilmore
  • Guest (uncredited): Toree Hill
  • Black & White Ball Guest (uncredited): Vivian Kalinov
  • Fund Raiser (uncredited): Tim Krueger
  • Self (uncredited): Hector Lincoln
  • Clacker (uncredited): Nina Lisandrello
  • Runway Editor (uncredited): Zev McAllister
  • Black & White Ball Guest (uncredited): Denis McKeown
  • Businessman (uncredited): Mateo Moreno
  • Paparazzo (uncredited): Matt Murray
  • Clacker (uncredited): Ingrid Sophie Schram
  • Runway Staff (uncredited): Bobby Shue
  • Waitress (uncredited): Brandhyze Stanley
  • Lou – Dowager (uncredited): Jen Taylor
  • Miranda’s New Assistant (uncredited): Taylor Treadwell
  • Editor (uncredited): Lynne Valley
  • Self (uncredited): Donatella Versace
  • The Twins’ Nanny (uncredited): Lauren Weisberger
  • Runway Magazine Model / Party Guest (uncredited): Laura D. Williams

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Wendy Finerman
  • Casting: Ellen Lewis
  • Set Decoration: Lydia Marks
  • Director: David Frankel
  • Screenplay: Aline Brosh McKenna
  • Novel: Lauren Weisberger
  • Executive Producer: Karen Rosenfelt
  • Executive Producer: Joseph M. Caracciolo Jr.
  • Line Producer: John Bernard
  • Original Music Composer: Theodore Shapiro
  • Director of Photography: Florian Ballhaus
  • Editor: Mark Livolsi
  • Production Design: Jess Gonchor
  • Art Direction: Anne Seibel
  • Art Direction: Tom Warren
  • Costume Design: Patricia Field
  • Unit Production Manager: John A. Machione
  • Unit Production Manager: Judy Richter
  • Main Title Designer: Andrew Weisblum
  • First Assistant Editor: Amanda Pollack

Movie Reviews:

  • talisencrw: Normally this sort of film wouldn’t interest me, but I was fascinated by the cast (Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci ARE four of my favourite contemporary American actors) AND I liked the three previous films I’ve seen about the fashion industry (‘Ready to Wear’, ‘Zoolander’ and of course ‘Death Wish 5: The Face of Death’). I was really pleased by the comedy caused by the bitchiness, pettiness and downright superficiality of everyone involved, which says SO much about contemporary civilization…and the climax and denouement, are both touching and so fitting. The strong writing and acting made this much better than it had any reason to be.
  • r96sk: The cast elevate this film up a lot.

    Everything else to do with ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is all perfectly fine don’t get me wrong, but I most certainly wouldn’t have enjoyed it as much without the cast. Meryl Streep does an excellent job portraying Miranda, while Anne Hathaway matches her as Andrea. Emily Blunt (Emily) is also enjoyable, as is Stanley Tucci (Nigel).

    I never, personally, held too much interest in the plot, it does get a little bit repetitive in parts. With that said, thanks to Streep & Co., it’s still a film that’s definitely worth watching.

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