Something Borrowed


1h 52m 2011

Brief Synopsis

Rachel is a talented attorney at a top New York law firm, a generous and loyal friend and, unhappily, still single as her engaged best friend Darcy is constantly reminding her. But after one drink too many at her 30th birthday party, perpetual good girl Rachel unexpectedly ends up in bed with the guy she's had a crush on since law school, Dex, who just happens to be Darcy's fiancé. When Rachel and Darcy's lifelong friendship collides with true love, it leads to unexpected complications and potentially explosive romantic revelations. Meanwhile, Ethan, who has been Rachel's constant confidante and sometimes conscience, has been harboring a secret of his own, and Marcus, an irrepressible womanizer, can't keep his mind out of the gutter or his hands off any girl within reach.

Film Details

Also Known As
Duo à trois, Something Borrowed (Duo à trois)
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
2011
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
The Hamptons, New York, USA; New York, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Synopsis

Rachel is a generous and loyal pal to her engaged best friend Darcy. But after celebrating her 30th birthday, perpetual good girl Rachel unexpectedly ends up in the arms of Dex, who happens to be Darcy's fiancé.

Crew

Keith Adams

Unit Director

Keith Adams

Location Manager

Peter Bradley Adams

Song Performer

Peter Bradley Adams

Song

Vincent Alfieri

Song

Jose Alfonzo

Compositor

Suzy Mazzarese Allison

Hair Stylist

Julian Andraus

Assistant Editor

Brad Arensman

Post-Production Supervisor

Joann Atwood

On-Set Dresser

Dj Axel

Song Performer

John Axelrad

Film Editor

Peter Axelrad

Song

Herbie Azor

Song

Christopher Barrick

Sound Recordist

Buffy Barton

Assistant

Nicole Barton

Accounting Clerk

Breta Bas

Production Secretary

David Bausch

Production Supervisor

Jamie Baxter

Compositor

Ryan Beadle

Software Engineer

Natasha Bedingfield

Song

Natasha Bedingfield

Song Performer

Gavin J. Behrman

Production Accountant

Marcus Bell

Song

Matty Benbrook

Song

Christine Bergren

Rights & Clearances

Jeff Biggers

Music Scoring Mixer

Mike Bird

Other

Kevin Black

Accounting Assistant

Kathryn Blondell

Hair Stylist

Geoffrey Booth

Location Assistant

Peter Borys

Production Assistant

Steve Bowman

Song

T.r. Boyce

Boom Operator

Kelly Britt

Electrician

Rolland M. Brooks

Charge Scenic Painter

J. C. Brotherhood

Special Effects Supervisor

Garf Brown

Scenic Artist

Micaela Brown

Assistant

David Bryson

Song

Scott Burik

Stunts

Mike Burke

Stunts

Richard Burridge

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Kevin Cadogan

Song

Steve Caldwell

Compositor

Kevin Califano

Grip

William Callahan

Electrician

Rick Canelli

Adr

Debbie Canfield

On-Set Dresser

William Canfield

On-Set Dresser

Patrick Capone

Dp/Cinematographer

Patrick Capone

Other

Patrick Capone

Director Of Photography

John Carrafa

Choreographer

Marlo Carroll

Set Production Assistant

Andrew Cavagnet

Video Assist/Playback

John Cenatiempo

Stunt Coordinator

Mason Chesler

Production Assistant

Ross Brian Childress

Song

Beatrice Chisholm

Accounting Assistant

Carlos Cibilis

Camera

Chad Clark

Post-Production Accountant

Katie Clinebelle

Props Assistant

George S. Clinton

Song

George S. Clinton

Song Performer

Yolanda T Cochran

Coproducer

Jim Cook

On-Set Dresser

Michael Crooms

Song

Tom Cross

Editor

Leah Curtis

Music

Alan B. Curtiss

Assistant Director

Alana D

Song Performer

Ray Davies

Song

Julian Michael Davis

Song

Sam Day

Office Production Assistant

Julian De La Pena

Electrician

Joseph Decongilio

Craft Service

Vincent Degiorgio

Song

Sandra Denton

Song

Michael Deroker

Location Assistant

Mark Dornfeld

Visual Effects Supervisor

Richard Bryan Douglas

Carpenter

Ethan Duffy

Office Production Assistant

Jim Duguid

Song

Adam Duritz

Song

Felisberto L Dutra

Song

Phil Dutra

Song Performer

Steven Edick

Electrician

Kayla M. Emter

Assistant Editor

Gene Engels

Gaffer

Jay Engels

Electrician

Wade Engels

Electrician

Bob Engelsiepen

Compositor

Eric Evans

Compositor

Allison Ewart

Production Coordinator

Ambika Fairfield

Transportation

Robert Falcone

Electrician

T Sean Ferguson

Assistant Director

Christopher Ferraro

On-Set Dresser

Michele Ferrone

Visual Effects Producer

Ken Finlay

Electrician

Mo Fitzgerald

Transportation Captain

Donald Flick

Foley Editor

Stephen Hunter Flick

Supervising Sound Editor

Alana Da Fonseca

Song

Steve Gallo

Grip

Christopher Gamiello

Dolly Grip

Sue Gandy

Assistant Costume Designer

Adam Gass

Visual Effects Editor

Gilbert Gertsen

Greensman

K. Scott Gertsen

Carpenter

Dena Ghieth

Assistant Location Manager

Emily Giffin

Source Material

Kevin Gilligan

Grip

Charles Gillingham

Song

Rebecca Glew

Accounting Assistant

Avram D Gold

Supervising Sound Editor

Erika Goldfarb

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jorge Luis Gonzalez

Art Department

Eric Gotthelf

Adr Mixer

Kalita Greene

Location Coordinator

Colin Greenwood

Song

Jonathan Greenwood

Song

James Gregory

Electrician

Robert Griffon

Property Master

Russ J Griffon

Special Effects Technician

Sian Grigg

Makeup Artist

Nick Grimm

Assistant

John Grower

Compositor

Robert Guerra

Art Director

Damon Hahn

On-Set Dresser

Kenneth Hammer

Foreman

Rj Harbour

Compositor

Chris Heaps

On-Set Dresser

Ryan Heck

Assistant Art Director

John Hill

Song

Tom Hocking

Grip

Joel Holland

Video Assist/Playback

Deongelo Holmes

Song

Richard K Hoppe

On-Set Dresser

Sarai Howard

Song

Jason Howey

Visual Effects Supervisor

Neilson Hubbard

Song

Bryan Iler

Location Assistant

Eric Jackson

Song

Cheryl James

Song

Mike James

Song

David Janusko

Song

Maurice Jarre

Song

Maurice Jarre

Song Performer

Stephan Jenkins

Song

Dan Jewett

Song

Broderick Johnson

Producer

Brian Jones

On-Set Dresser

Bronwen Jones

Music

Gary Jones

Costume Designer

Matthew Perryman Jones

Song Performer

Matthew Perryman Jones

Song

Dave Jordan

Music Supervisor

Aaron Kaminar

Compositor

Derrick Kardos

Graphic Artist

Joseph Katsaros

Song

Hila Katz

Set Decorator

Joseph K Kepple Iv

Art Department Coordinator

Meg Kettell

Camera Assistant

Ali King

Song Performer

Michael Klein

Song

Sari Knight

Casting Director

Laurel Kolsby

Graphic Artist

Andrew Kosove

Producer

Steve Koster

Dp/Cinematographer

Steve Koster

Other

Steve Koster

Director Of Photography

Donald A Kozma

Makeup Artist

William Kruschwitz

Stunts

Val Kuklowsky

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Paulina Kuszta

Visual Effects Coordinator

Annie Kuty

Costumer

Mark Lane-davies

Scenic Artist

Mary Jo Lang

Foley Mixer

Joanna Leavens

Production Assistant

Tim Leblanc

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Andrew Lee

Assistant

David Lee

Still Photographer

Janice Lee

Compositor

Arthur Lewis

Song Performer

Herb Lieberz

Transportation Co-Captain

Chris Lindsey

Song

Sara Lohman

Assistant

Aaron Lubin

Producer

Fionnuala Lynch

Key Costumer

Bruce Maccallum

Camera Operator

Todd Macnicholl

Grip

Tod A Maitland

Sound Mixer

Matt Malley

Song

Peter Marschark

Craft Service

Timothy Martin

Set Production Assistant

Barbra Matis

Assistant Art Director

Frank Maurer

Compositor

Film Details

Also Known As
Duo à trois, Something Borrowed (Duo à trois)
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
2011
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
The Hamptons, New York, USA; New York, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Wide Release in United States Spring May 6, 2011

Released in United States on Video August 16, 2011

Based on the novel "Something Borrowed" written by Emily Giffen and published by Macmillan in 2004.

Wide Release in United States Spring May 6, 2011

Producers also optioned the rights to Emily Giffin's follow-up novel "Something Blue."

Released in United States on Video August 16, 2011