Just My Luck


1h 48m 2006

Brief Synopsis

Ashley Albright is the luckiest woman in the world, a person to whom all the good things in life have come far too easily. She can pick a lottery ticket at random and hit the jackpot. In New York, the world's busiest city, Ashley never has to wait for a cab. And she has a terrific job as an account

Film Details

Also Known As
Lady Luck
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Synopsis

Ashley Albright is the luckiest woman in the world, a person to whom all the good things in life have come far too easily. She can pick a lottery ticket at random and hit the jackpot. In New York, the world's busiest city, Ashley never has to wait for a cab. And she has a terrific job as an account exec at a prestigious public relations firm. Everything goes Ashley's way. And now, she's been given a great opportunity to advance her career: she is to plan a masquerade ball in downtown Manhattan for record mogul Damon Phillips and his company. Jake, on the other hand, is a bad luck magnet. His skies are always raining; his pants are always on the verge of splitting at the seams. His job is cleaning toilets at a bowling alley. But even a steady bombardment of catastrophes doesn't dim Jake's dreams. He thinks he may have his chance at the brass ring with his discovery of a rock band McFly. If Jake can keep his bad luck at bay for just one night, he'll sneak into a masquerade ball and get McFly's CD into the hands of music titan Damon Phillips. On this night when dreams can be made or broken, fate brings Ashley and Jake together on the dance floor. Instantly taken with one another, they share an electrifyingly kiss--and with that one kiss, their switches places. Suddenly, Ashley's dress rips. Her heel breaks. Her good luck seems to have finally run out. Jake, in his rush to catch Phillips before he leaves, ends up saving the record mogul's life and earning with that one simple twist of fate, the chance to make all his dreams come true. As Ashley desperately races to regain the luck she blithely took for granted, she begins to see that it's not so much having good luck but what you do with it that counts, and that her greatest chance of redemption lies with the guy who holds the key to her sudden change of fate.

Crew

Nick Abdo

Adr

Keith Adams

Assistant Location Manager

Amy Albano

Loader

Gary Alper

Sound Mixer

Bill Anagnos

Stunts

Pete Anthony

Music Conductor

Jennifer Arden

Choreographer

Alexis Armonas

Assistant

Tony Arnold

Grip

Kevin Audibert

Carpenter

Timothy Wayne Ball

Song

Randall Balsmeyer

Visual Effects Supervisor

Emily Beck

Assistant Art Director

Anna Behlmer

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Franklin T Bennett

Scenic Artist

Svein Berge

Song

Christine Bergren

Music Coordinator

Jonathan Bernstein

Story By

David Betancourt

Foley Mixer

Susan Bierbaum

Script Supervisor

Barry Blackman

Electrician

Mark Blackwell

Story By

Matt Blades

Grip

Kit Bland

Set Production Assistant

Robin Borman-wizan

Costumer

Christopher John Bostock

Song

James Bourne

Song

Steve Bowen

Color Timer

Jo Boxers

Song Performer

Dennis Bradford

Art Director

Chris Brenczewski

Special Effects Technician

Charles Brewer

Stunt Coordinator

Sidney Brisco

Electrician

Kelly Britt

Generator Operator

Rolland M. Brooks

Scenic Artist

Lisa Brown

Music Supervisor

Torbjorn Brundtland

Song

Sam Bruskin

Accountant

Jane Bulmer

Assistant

Keith Bunting

Dolly Grip

David Burk

Assistant Sound Editor

Ronald J. Burke

Dolly Grip

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Gifford Byrne

Production Secretary

Steven Cabreja

Production Assistant

Gary Cadow

Carpenter

Dave Cambria

Rigging Electrician

Michael Cambria

Camera Assistant

Rick Canelli

Adr

Joseph M Caracciolo

Executive Producer

Caesar Carnevale

Camera Assistant

Derek Casari

Foley

Teddy Castellucci

Original Music

Robert Cavalluzzo

Assistant Location Manager

John Cenatiempo

Stunts

Al Cerullo

Helicopter Pilot

Cory Claffey-koller

Assistant

David S Clark

Assistant Editor

Trenee Clayton

Wardrobe Supervisor

Rita Colimon

Accountant

Alisa Colley

Loader

Dylan Collier

Scenic Artist

Darin Collins

Office Production Assistant

Joseph R Collins

Camera Operator

Brad Combs

Assistant

Norman Cook

Song

Kathleen Corgan

Assistant Camera

Blake Cornett

Assistant Sound Editor

John Cox

Song

Douglas Crosby

Stunts

Ralph Crowley

Best Boy Electric

Rene Crusto

Electrician

Greg Curtis

Special Effects Foreman

Tony Cypres

Accounting Assistant

Lisa Maria Daliet

Production Assistant

Chris Daniels

Stunt Double

Ana Dantas

Office Production Assistant

Lateef Daumont

Song

John F. Davis

Storyboard Artist

Stephen Lee Davis

Assistant Director

Andrew J. Day

Gaffer

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Sig De Miguel

Casting

Audrey Deroche

Music Supervisor

George Detitta Jr.

Set Decorator

John Devay

Accounting Assistant

Frank Didio

Construction Coordinator

Frank Didio

Carpenter

John Dietrick

Editorial Assistant

Oscar Dillon

Stunts

Katherine Distefano

Set Production Assistant

Marc Dodd

Song

James Domorski

Video Playback

Billy Dowd

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Steve Drake

Grip

Shaun Carroll Duffy

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Caroline Duncan

Production Assistant

Chris Edwards

On-Set Dresser

Kate Edwards

Wardrobe Supervisor

Bruce Ericksen

Set Costumer

Geoff Ethridge

Sound Engineer

Summer Eubanks

Assistant Set Decorator

Caitlin Evanson

Song Performer

Mark Oliver Everett

Song

Sara Fanelli

Carpenter

Sylvia Fay

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Frank Ferrara

Stunts

Ken Ferris

Camera Operator

Alan Fetzer

Accounting Assistant

Craig Fincannon

Casting

Mark Fincannon

Casting

John Finnerty

Key Grip

Dawn Fintor

Foley Artist

Debra Neil Fisher

Editor

James Fitzgerald

Set Production Assistant

Mo Fitzgerald

Transportation Co-Captain

Tom Fletcher

Song

Kevin W. Flynn

Key Rigging Grip

Douglas Foote

Assistant Camera

Jeff Fortang

Song

Yvette Foy

Production Assistant

Patrick Fuhrman

On-Set Dresser

Matt Fuqua

Song

Jamie Gallagher

Electrician

Tim Gallin

Stunts

Anthony Gamiello

On-Set Dresser

Sue Gandy

Assistant Costume Designer

Sean Garrett

Song

James V Gartland

Grip

Melissa Gelernter

Assistant

Lee Genick

Extras Casting Assistant

Laurie Gershon

Research And Content Consultant

Kimberly Gibbs

Set Production Assistant

Chris Gibson

Set Production Assistant

Andy Gill

Stunts

Jack Gill

Unit Director

Jack Gill

Stunt Coordinator

Megan Godfrey

Stunt Double

Daniel C Gold

Camera Operator

Sarah Gold

Wardrobe

Rafael Gonell

Production Assistant

Alison Gordin

Makeup Artist

Mack Gordon

Song

Catherine Gore

Script Supervisor

Grant Gouldman

Song

Endre Granat

Music Conductor

Frank Graziadei

Boom Operator

Michael Green

Camera Operator

Kimberly Greene

Makeup Artist

James Greer

Story By

Nancy Griffith

On-Set Dresser

Kristine Grippo

Art Department

Scott Grossman

Choreographer

Charles Grubbs

Rigging Gaffer

Matthew Guarriello

Grip

Vincent Guarriello

Key Grip

Thomas Gustafsson

Song

Linda Haftel

Script Supervisor

Melissa Haley

Costume Department

Geoffrey Hall

Assistant Art Director

Justin Hamann

Assistant

James Harker

Electrician

Tommy Harper

Assistant Director

Amy B. Harris

Screenplay

Joshua Havens

Song

Kate Havnevik

Song

Tim Healy

Electrician

Craig 'pup' Heath

Sound Recordist

Ida Lee Henderson

Production Accountant

Robert S Henderson

Special Effects Technician

Warren Hendriks

Assistant Sound Editor

Michael Herrera

Song

Patricia Hill

Caterer

Joel Holland

Video Assist/Playback

Jim Honeyman

Original Music

Michael Hothorn

Casting Director

Paul Hughen

Director Of Photography

Paul Hughen

Other

Michael Hunold

Electrician

Sam Hutchins

Location Manager

Syndey Huynh

Production Secretary

Marc Hyman

Other

Dakau Jackson

Accounting Assistant

Diana Jackson

Office Production Assistant

Doug Jackson

Sound Effects Editor

Pat Jackson

Tutor

La Marquis Jefferson

Song

Jeb Johenning

Video Playback

Jeremy Johns

Production Manager

Danny Jones

Song

Gary Jones

Costume Designer

Randall Jones

Song

Randall Jones

Song Performer

Julianne Jordan

Music Supervisor

Carlos Keery-fisher

Song

Stan Keitt

Camera Assistant

Alan Kenny-rudolph

Office Production Assistant

Brian Kenyon

Set Production Assistant

Cheryl Kilbourne-kimpton

Key Costumer

Chris Kilduff

Best Boy Grip

Film Details

Also Known As
Lady Luck
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 22, 2006

Released in United States Spring May 12, 2006

Lindsay Lohan received $7 million for the lead role.

Filming was to begin in New York in early-November 2004, but was pushed to mid-January 2005.

Released in United States Spring May 12, 2006

Released in United States on Video August 22, 2006