My Week with Marilyn (2011 film)
My Week with Marilyn: London, 1956. Genius actor and film director Laurence Olivier is about to begin the shooting of his upcoming movie, premiered in 1957 as The Prince and the Showgirl, starring Marilyn Monroe. Young Colin Clark, who dreams on having a career in movie business, manages to get a job on the set as third assistant director.
My Week with Marilyn Overview
|Category||Drama , Romance|
|Production company||The Weinstein Company (US) , BBC Film (GB) , Trademark Films (GB) , Lipsync Productions (GB)|
|Box office||35.1 million|
|Spoken language||English , Français|
My Week with Marilyn - FAQ
What is Budget of My Week with Marilyn ?
Budget of My Week with Marilyn is 6.4 million
What are Categories of My Week with Marilyn ?
Category of My Week with Marilyn is Drama , Romance
What are the Production companies of My Week with Marilyn ?
Production companies of My Week with Marilyn are The Weinstein Company (US) , BBC Film (GB) , Trademark Films (GB) , Lipsync Productions (GB)
What is the Box office collection of My Week with Marilyn ?
Box office Collection of My Week with Marilyn is 35.1 million
What is the Original language of My Week with Marilyn ?
Original_language of My Week with Marilyn is en
What is the Run time of My Week with Marilyn ?
Run time of My Week with Marilyn is 1.65 Hour
What is Release date of My Week with Marilyn ?
Release date of My Week with Marilyn is 2011-11-23
- Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe
- Kenneth Branagh as Sir Laurence Olivier
- Eddie Redmayne as Colin Clark
- Dominic Cooper as Milton Greene
- Philip Jackson as Roger Smith
- Derek Jacobi as Sir Owen Morshead
- Toby Jones as Arthur Jacobs
- Michael Kitchen as Hugh Perceval
- Julia Ormond as Vivien Leigh
- Simon Russell Beale as Cotes-Preedy
- Dougray Scott as Arthur Miller
- Zoë Wanamaker as Paula Strasberg
- Emma Watson as Lucy
- Judi Dench as Dame Sybil Thorndike
- Jim Carter as Barry
- Richard Clifford as Richard Wattis
- Robert Portal as David Orton
- Pip Torrens as Sir Kenneth Clark
- Geraldine Somerville as Lady Jane Clark
- Miranda Raison as Vanessa
- Karl Moffatt as Jack Cardiff
- Victor McGuire as Andy
- Richard Attlee as Reporter #1
- Michael Hobbs as Reporter #2
- Brooks Livermore as Reporter #3
- Rod O'Grady as Reporter #4
- Gerard Horan as Trevor
- Alex Lowe as Denys Coop
- Georgie Glen as Rosamund Greenwood
- Richard Shelton as Waiter
- Peter Wight as Lucy's Father
- Paul Herzberg as Paul Hardwick
- James Clay as Jeremy Spenser
- Des McAleer as Senior Policeman
- Jem Wall as Spectator
- Ben Sando as Schoolboy #1
- Josh Morris as Schoolboy #2
- David Rintoul as Dr. Connell
- Sean Vanderwilt as Male Dancer #1
- Adam Perry as Male Dancer #2