|Directed by||Diane Keaton|
|Produced by||Nora Ephron
|Music by||David Hirschfelder|
|Edited by||Julie Monroe|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release date(s)||February 16, 2000|
|Running time||94 minutes|
Hanging Up is a 2000 American comedy-drama film about a trio of sisters who bond over their ambivalence toward the approaching death of their curmudgeonly father, to whom none of them were particularly close. This film features Diane Keaton (who also directed), Meg Ryan, and Lisa Kudrow as the three sisters, and Walter Matthau (in his final film appearance) as the father.
- Meg Ryan – Eve Mozell Marks
- Diane Keaton – Georgia Mozell
- Lisa Kudrow – Maddy Mozell
- Walter Matthau – Lou Mozell
- Adam Arkin – Joe Marks
- Cloris Leachman – Pat Mozell
- Jesse James – Jesse Marks
- Edie McClurg – Esther
- Katie Stratton – Young Georgia Mozell
Hanging Up was released in United States on February 18, 2000, to relatively negative reviews. It made just over $15.7 million opening weekend, over the Presidents' Day weekend, opening at #2 behind The Whole Nine Yards. Hanging Up opened in 2,618 theatres at an average of exactly $6,000. It lasted eight weeks in domestic release before dropping out of the top 10 in its third week of release. Domestically grossing $36,050,230 with an extra $15,829,814 (from worldwide audiences) brought its international total to $51,880,044. Hanging Up ultimately fell $9 million short of recuperating its budget of $60 million.
Hanging Up has a "rotten" 12% on Rotten Tomatoes, the consensus being, "Though the screenplay and the novel it's based on were both written by the same person, critics say Hanging Up is an unsuccessful adaptation. The acting is praised as solid, but is ultimately unable to save the film."
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