Nine 2009 DVD Release-Review

Nine is a 2009 English Film directed by Rob Marshall starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman. The movie NINE grossed £44,443 (UK) on the opening weekend. NINE has Won WAFCA Award for Best Art Direction from Washington DC Area Film Critics Association.

Nine 2009 DVD Release-Review
Nine is a 2009 English Film directed by Rob Marshall starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman. The movie NINE grossed  £44,443 (UK) on the opening weekend. NINE has Won WAFCA Award for Best Art Direction from Washington DC Area Film Critics Association. Watch the trailer, read reviews and sign up for the DVD release date.

Soundtrack: “Quando Quando Quando Written by Tony Renis, Produced by Daniele Luppi and Matthew Rush Sullivan

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Nine 2009 DVD Release and Review
Nine 2009 DVD Release and Review

Actors

  • Daniel Day-Lewis     Guido Contini
  • Marion Cotillard     Louisa Contini
  • Penelope Cruz     Carla
  • Nicole Kidman     Claudia
  • Judi Dench     / Liliane La Fleur
  • Stacy ‘Fergie’ Ferguson     Saraghina/ Saraghina
  • Kate Hudson     Stephanie
  • Nicole Kidman
  • Sophia Loren     Mamma
  • Ricky Tognazzi     Dante
  • Giuseppe Cederna     Fausto
  • Valerio Mastandrea     De Rossi
  • Martina Stella     Donatella
  • Vicky Lambert     Reporter/Female Dancer
  • Sandro Dori     Studio Superintendent
  • Elio Germano     Pierpaolo
  • Roberto Nobile     Jaconelli
  • Andrea Di Stefano     Benito
  • Alessandro Denipotti     Production Assistant
  • Francesco De Vito     Radio Reporter
  • Francesca Fanti     Dinardo
  • Enzo Cilenti     Leopardi
  • Jake Canuso     Reporter 4
  • Tommaso Colognese     Reporter
  • Marcello Magni     Doctor
  • Anna Maria Everett     Nurse
  • Remo Remotti     Cardinal
  • Michele Alhaique     Don Mario
  • Mario Vernazza     Principal
  • Marco Liotti     Male Band Singer
  • Monica Scattini     Pensione Matron
  • Roberto Citran     Doctor Rondi
  • Vincent Riotta (II)     Luigi
  • Joey Pizzi     Film Crew/Male Dancer
  • Kerry Warn     Film Crew
  • Anna Safroncik     Actress
  • Irina Aggrey     Female Dancer
  • Amy Bailey     Female Dancer
  • Denise Faye     Female Dancer
  • Tara Nicole Hughes     Female Dancer
  • Lorraine Stewart (II)     Female Dancer
  • Tristan Temple     Male Dancer


Directors

  • Rob Marshall

Writers

  • Michael Tolkin     Screenplay (adaptation)
  • Anthony Minghella     Screenplay (adaptation)
  • Arthur Kopit     Source Material (from Broadway musical: Nine)
  • Maury Yeston     Source Material (from Broadway musical: Nine)
  • Mario Fratti     Source Material (from Broadway musical: Nine)


Worldwide Thetrical Release Dates

UK      –      3 December 2009 (London) (premiere)
USA      –      9 December 2009 (Los Angeles, California) (premiere)
USA      –      9 December 2009 (Denver Film Society)
United Arab Emirates      –      9 December 2009 (Dubai International Film Festival)
USA      –      15 December 2009 (New York City, New York) (premiere)
Slovenia      –      17 December 2009
UK      –      18 December 2009
USA      –      18 December 2009 (limited)
Greece      –      24 December 2009
Canada      –      25 December 2009
USA      –      25 December 2009
South Korea      –      31 December 2009
Israel      –      7 January 2010
Netherlands      –      7 January 2010
Cyprus      –      8 January 2010
Denmark      –      14 January 2010
Brazil      –      15 January 2010
Italy      –      15 January 2010
Australia      –      21 January 2010
Spain      –      22 January 2010
Taiwan      –      22 January 2010
Bulgaria      –      29 January 2010
Romania      –      29 January 2010
Argentina      –      4 February 2010
Hungary      –      4 February 2010
Sweden      –      5 February 2010
France      –      10 February 2010
Finland      –      19 February 2010
Belgium      –      24 February 2010
Germany      –      25 February 2010
Singapore      –      25 February 2010
Japan      –      19 March 2010

Also Known As (AKA)

  • Devet      –      Slovenia
  • Ennea      –      Greece
  • Nine      –      Japan
  • Untitled Rob Marshall Project      –      USA (working title)

Awards Received
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2010
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Acting Ensemble
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Art Direction
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Cinematography
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Costume Design
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Editing
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Makeup
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Picture
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Sound
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Supporting Actress: Marion Cotillard
•      Nominated, Critics Choice Award    Best Song: Maury Yeston,  For the song “Cinema Italiano”.

Golden Globes, USA 2010
•      Nominated, Golden Globe    Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
•      Nominated, Golden Globe    Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Marion Cotillard
•      Nominated, Golden Globe    Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture: Penélope Cruz
•      Nominated, Golden Globe    Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Daniel Day-Lewis
•      Nominated, Golden Globe    Best Original Song – Motion Picture: Maury Yeston,  For the song “Cinema Italiano”.

Satellite Awards 2009
•      Won, Special Achievement Award    Best Ensemble, Motion Picture: Kate Hudson, Daniel Day-Lewis, Fergie, Penélope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench, Sophia Loren
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Costume Design, Colleen Atwood
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Cinematography, Dion Beebe
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Marion Cotillard
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Penélope Cruz
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Daniel Day-Lewis
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Sound (Mixing and Editing): Jim Greenhorn, Margit Pfeiffer
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Director, Rob Marshall
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Film Editing: Claire Simpson, Wyatt Smith
•      Nominated, Satellite Award    Best Original Song: Maury Yeston,  For the song “Cinema Italiano”.

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2010

•      Nominated, Actor    Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz, Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Fergie, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren
•      Nominated, Actor:   Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role-Penélope Cruz

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2009
•      Won, WAFCA Award    Best Art Direction
•      Nominated, WAFCA Award    Best Ensemble: Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz, Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Fergie, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren

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