Wimbledon


1h 38m 2004

Brief Synopsis

Peter Colt is an unlucky guy, scoring "love" both professionally and personally. Seeded near the bottom of the world tennis ranks, he manages to score a wild card, allowing him to play in the prestigious Wimbledon tournament. There, he meets and falls in love with American tennis star Lizzie Bradbury. Fueled by a mixture of his newfound luck, love and on-court prowess, Peter works his way up the ranks of the tournament players and actually stands a chance of fulfilling his lifelong dream of winning the men's singles title--if his luck can just hold out.

Film Details

Also Known As
Two Weeks in Love
MPAA Rating
Genre
Sports
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
2004
Production Company
Abbey Road Studios; Action Cars Ltd; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Arion; Arri Group; Bellwood Media; Canal Plus; Casting Collective; Cineimage; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Cutting Edge Australia; Firstep Productions; Hyperactive Broadcast, Ltd.; Hyperion Sound; Joe Dunton & Company International, Inc.; Lays International; Lee Lifting; Lee Lighting; Location Facilities; Marshall/Plumb Research Associates, Inc.; Nationwide Access Ltd.; Prologue Films; Sapex; Sophie Jackson; StudioCanal; The Moving Picture Company; Twickenham Film Studios; Universal Pictures; Useful Companies; Wavevend; Working Title Films
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures; Italia Films; Mars Distribution; Mca Home Video; Sam Film; United International Pictures; Universal Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

Peter Colt is an unlucky guy, scoring "love" both professionally and personally. Seeded near the bottom of the world tennis ranks, he manages to score a wild card, allowing him to play in the prestigious Wimbledon tournament. There, he meets and falls in love with American tennis star Lizzie Bradbury. Fueled by a mixture of his newfound luck, love and on-court prowess, Peter works his way up the ranks of the tournament players and actually stands a chance of fulfilling his lifelong dream of winning the men's singles title--if his luck can just hold out.

Cast

Kirsten Dunst

Lizzie Bradbury

Paul Bettany

Peter Colt

Kyle Hyde

Monte Carlo Opponent

Sam Neill

Dennis Bradbury

Jon Favreau

Ron Roth

Bernard Hill

Edward Colt

Eleanor Bron

Augusta Colt

Nikolaj Coster-waldau

Dieter Proll

Austin Nichols

Jake Hammond

James Mcavoy

Carl Colt

Robert Lindsay

Ian Frazier

Celia Imrie

Mrs Kenwood

Penny Ryder

Mrs Littlejohn

Annabel Leventon

Mrs Rossdale

Amanda Walker

Country Club Tennis Lady

Marina Morgan

Hotel Receptionist

Beti Sekulovski

Lizzie'S First Opponent

Vikas Punna

Ajay Bhatt

Abhin Galeya

Vijay

John Mcglynn

Bookmaker

Jonathan Timmins

Ball Boy

Martin O'brien

Reporter #1

John Warnaby

Reporter #2

Tam Hoskyns

Reporter #3

Peter Cartwright

Elderly Man In Lift

Eve Pearce

Elderly Woman In Lift

Murphy Jensen

Ivan Dragomir

Jeremy Child

Fred Pilger

Cecilia Dazzi

Billi Clementi

Ulla Dirscherl Van Zeller

Sophia Eri

Jesse Loncraine

Tennis Player

Gemma Catlin

Betting Shop Girl'S Friend

Alun Jones

Tom Cavendish

Simon Greenall

Chauffeur

Laura Morley

Lizzie'S Second Opponent

Danny Baker

Radio London Dj

Hamed Madani

Pierre Maroux

Rebecca Dandeniya

Arliyia Rupesindhe

Sam Bond

Tv Reporter

Laurence Kennedy

Tv Interviewer

Alan David

Doctor Taylor

Helen Blatch

Mrs Biggins

Chris Moyles

Radio 1 Dj

Azucena Duran

Dorchester Maid

Gareth Llewelyn

Dorchester Bellhop

Geoffrey Leesley

Dorchester Bellhop

Barry Lee-thomas

Dorchester Doorman

Ryan Mccluskey

Outside Broadcast Director

Maggie Mccormack

Peter And Lizzie'S Daughter

Thomas Blore

Peter And Lizzie'S Son

Barry Jackson

Crew

Jodie Abrahams

Mannequin Assistant (The Inflatable Crowd Co)

Rene Adefarasin

Second Assistant Camera

Melissa Agate

Film Scanning (The Moving Picture Company)

Steve Alder

Chargehand Carpenter

Victoria Allen

Third Assistant Director

John Allenby

Property Master

Helen Allibone

Crowd Assistant Director

Philip Alton

Additional Sound Editor

Des Altree

Facility Driver

Nick Angel

Music Supervisor

Christina Angeloudes

Paralegal

Stan Apperley

Plasterer

Craig Armstrong

Song ("Hypnotic")

Craig Armstrong

Song Performer ("Hypnotic")

Giles Asbury

Film Stylist

Campbell Askew

Supervising Sound Editor

Dave Atkinson

Dressing Propman

Sam Auguste

Assistant Sound Editor

Murray Barber

Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

Abigail Barbier

Adr Voice Casting

Will Barnard

Stand-In

Sam Barnes

Second Assistant Camera (Additional Crew)

Patricia Barr

Unit Nurse

Steve Barry

Assistant Accountant

Angela Barson

Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

Mike Bartlett

Stand-By Propman

Keziah Barton-white

Continuity Trainee

Keith Batterbee

Rigger

Mike Beavan

Unit Driver

Lyse Beck

Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

Paul Beeson

Carpenter

Andy Bennett

Stunt Performer

Raphael Benoliel

Production Manager (Monte Carlo Shoot)

Les Benson

Dressing Propman

Tim Bevan

Producer

Angus Bickerton

Visual Effects Consultant (Additional Crew)

Lee Biggs

Chargehand Carpenter

Roy Biggs

Chargehand Stagehand

Bill Bimpson

Electrical Rigger

George Bird

Electrical Apprentice

Mark Bird

Construction Driver

Gary Birmingham

Unit Driver

Tamana Bleasdale

Second Assistant Director

Jessica Blundell

Editing Trainee

Reg Boddy

Rigging Gaffer (Additional Crew)

John Bowman

Video Operator

Allan Bradshaw

Unit Driver

Veronica Brebner

Makeup (For Mr Bettany)

Veronica Brebner

Hair (For Mr Bettany)

Colin Bressington

Equipment Driver

Matthew Bristowe

Digital Film Mastering Producer (The Moving Picture Company)

Adam Brooks

Screenwriter

James Broom

Assistant Accountant

Andy Brown

Music Director

Frank Brown

Mannequin Supervisor (The Inflatable Crowd Co)

Robert Brown

Rigging Gaffer

Stuart Bunting

Grip (2nd Unit)

Peter Burgis

Foley Artist

Alan Burrows

Equipment Driver

Alan Burrows

Driver

Hannah Cameron

Editing Trainee

Billy Campbell

First Assistant Editor

Bryan Carrigan

Programming

Jack Carter

Construction Manager

Matthew Carver

Second Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Pat Cash

Tennis Consultant

Marc Cass

Stunt Coordinator

Tim Cavagin

Rerecording Mixer

Helen Chapman

Floor Runner

James Chasey

Crowd Assistant Director

Liza Chasin

Producer

Sarah Clark

Unit Publicist

Roy Clarke

Transportation Captain

Rohan Classen

Film Recording (The Moving Picture Company)

Ross Clayton

Stand-By Rigger (2nd Unit)

Caroline Cobbold

Set Decorator

Shaun Cobley

Second Assistant Camera (2nd Unit)

Joanna Colbert

Us Casting

Stephen Conway

Dressing Propman

Martin Cook

Digital Matte Painter (The Moving Picture Company)

Kyle Cooper

Main Title Design (Prologue Films)

George Cottle

Stunt Performer

Paul Couch

Stand-By Painter

John Coulter

Film Scanning (The Moving Picture Company)

Oz Cox

Ft2 Apprentice Carpenter

Emily Craig

Uk Casting Assistant

Gina Craig

Home Economist

Eran Creevy

Crowd Assistant Director

Chris Croucher

Crowd Assistant Director

Mark Curtis

Lead Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

David Daniels

First Assistant Director (Additional Crew)

Josephine Davies

Assistant (To Richard Loncraine)

Roy Davis

Dressing Propman

Tony Davis

Assistant Production Coordinator

Kennedy Dawson

Film Scanning (The Moving Picture Company)

Nicola De Fresnes

Assistant Production Buyer

Andre De Souza

Cg Artist (The Moving Picture Company)

Ray De-haan

Stunt Coordinator

Sylvain Delaine

Cg Artist (The Moving Picture Company)

David Depalo

Music Preparation

Andie Derrick

Foley Artist

Sara Desmond

Production Manager (2nd Unit)

Robert Dibble

First Assistant Camera

Humphrey Dixon

Editor

Jo-anne Dixon

Second Assistant Editor

Chloe Dorigan

Assistant (To Tim Bevan)

Jim Dowdall

Stunt Coordinator

Stefan Drury

Visual Effects Producer (The Moving Picture Company)

Andrew Dudman

Orchestra Recording

Billy Dunn

Rigging Electrician

Nadia Dunn-hill

Assistant Costume Designer

Arnaud Duterque

Location Manager (Monte Carlo Shoot)

Jack Dyer

Stand-By Stagehand (2nd Unit)

Trevor Dyer

Supervising Carpenter

Richard Earl

Specialist Props Maker

Carly Edwards

Plasterer

Laurence Edwards

Crane Technician

Sam Ehren

Art Department Runner

Louis Elman

Adr Voice Casting

Michael Elson

Head Of Production (The Moving Picture Company)

Joanna Ernest

Stand-In (For Miss Dunst)

Danny Espey

Electrician

Richard Etchells

On-Line Editor (The Moving Picture Company)

Gwyn Ethall

Minibus Driver

Rocky Evans

Floor Gaffer

Pauline Eyre

Umpire Advisor

Samia Fadli

Extras Casting (Monte Carlo Shoot)

Simon Faldon

Carpenter

Ellie Faustino

Cg Match Mover (The Moving Picture Company)

Eric Fellner

Producer

Juan Fernandez

Carpenter

Kate Filby

Central Loader

Steve Finberg

Electrician

Jennifer Flackett

Screenplay (Original Draft)

Chris Fogel

Score Mixing

Chris Fogel

Score Recording

Dave Foreman

Stunt Coordinator

Simon Fraser

Production Coordinator (Additional Crew)

Vic Fraser

Music Preparation

Suzy Freeman

Wardrobe Supervisor

Barry Gates

Storeman

Ricky Gausis

Film Recording (The Moving Picture Company)

Eugene Gearty

Additional Radiohead Effects

Bill Geddes

Key Grip

Karl George

Wood Machinist

Shefali Ghosh

Chief Financial Officer (For Working Title)

Neil Gibbons

Health & Safety Officer

Daniel Jerome Gill

Assistant Director

Daniel Gill

Crowd Assistant Director

Clare Glass

Crowd Assistant Director

Jonathan Glendening

Stand-In

Melinda Glenister

Tennis Coaching

Melinda Glenister

Tennis Double (For Miss Dunst)

Andy Godbold

Stunt Performer

Teese Gohl

Additional Production

Philip Goldsworthy

Wardrobe Assistant (2nd Unit)

Larry Gooch

Painter

Paul Gooch

Makeup Artist (2nd Unit)

Richard Goodwin

Co-Second Assistant Director

Leigh Gorman

Programming

Arthur Grailey

Foley Editor

James Grant

Location Scout

Claudia Gray

Marketing Consultant

David Gray

Song Performer ("This Year'S Love")

David Gray

Song ("This Year'S Love")

Christine Greenwood

Hair Stylist

Christine Greenwood

Makeup Artist

Emma Griffiths

Second Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Alan Grosch

Generator Operator (2nd Unit)

Stephanie Guillemot

Chargehand Standby Propman

Robert Gurney

Rigger

Rodrigo Gutierrez

Second Camera Operator

Lara Hall

Assistant Production Buyer

Richard Hall

Scenic Artist

Tony Halton

Supervising Art Director

Tori Handsley

Art Department Runner

Bob Harper

Supervising Painter

Tarn Harper

Post-Production Accountant

Kevin Harris

Stand-By Carpenter (2nd Unit)

Mick Harris

Facility Driver

William Harrison

Chargehand

Nicholas Hatch

Previs Artist (The Moving Picture Company)

Joanne Hayes

Wardrobe Assistant

Debra Hayward

Executive Producer

Nigel Heath

Foley Mixer

John Hedges

Supervising Carpenter

Martin Hedinger

Painter

Dominic Hickie

Sports Therapist

Alexandra Hill

Music Coordinator

Sid Hinson

Rigger

Sam Hoare

Production

Alex Hobbs

Production Runner

Martin Hobbs

Head Of Production (The Moving Picture Company)

Phil Hooton

Dressing Propman

Andy Hopkins

Second Grip

Mark Hopkins

Crowd Assistant Director

Dennis Hopperton

Props Hand (Additional Crew)

Russell Horth

Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

Max Horton

Colorist (The Moving Picture Company)

Simon Hudnott

Unit Driver

Film Details

Also Known As
Two Weeks in Love
MPAA Rating
Genre
Sports
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
2004
Production Company
Abbey Road Studios; Action Cars Ltd; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Arion; Arri Group; Bellwood Media; Canal Plus; Casting Collective; Cineimage; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Cutting Edge Australia; Firstep Productions; Hyperactive Broadcast, Ltd.; Hyperion Sound; Joe Dunton & Company International, Inc.; Lays International; Lee Lifting; Lee Lighting; Location Facilities; Marshall/Plumb Research Associates, Inc.; Nationwide Access Ltd.; Prologue Films; Sapex; Sophie Jackson; StudioCanal; The Moving Picture Company; Twickenham Film Studios; Universal Pictures; Useful Companies; Wavevend; Working Title Films
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures; Italia Films; Mars Distribution; Mca Home Video; Sam Film; United International Pictures; Universal Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 17, 2004

Released in United States on Video December 28, 2004

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Released in United States Fall September 17, 2004

Released in United States on Video December 28, 2004