The Wedding Singer (1998) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
Sep 11, 2016 · Arquette played a Boy George impersonator in "The Wedding Singer." (The Wedding Singer/Warner Bros.) Arquette broke into the film industry as a 19-year-old in 1989, portraying a transvestite named...
Feb 13, 1998 · Directed by Frank Coraci. With Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Christine Taylor, Allen Covert. Robbie, a singer, and Julia, a waitress, are both engaged, but to the wrong people.
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Allen Covert as Sammy, Robbie's best friend. Angela Featherstone as Linda, an ex-fiancé of Robbie. Matthew Glave as Glenn Gulia, a businessman and bond investor who is Julia's fiancé. Ellen Albertini Dow as Rosie. Alexis Arquette as George Stitzer, a transvestite singer who is a reference to Boy George.
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Arquette also had supporting roles in Pulp Fiction, Threesome and Bride of Chucky, and she played a Boy George fanatic, George Stitzer, in the Adam Sandler–Drew Barrymore film The Wedding Singer, singing "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" over and over.
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It's 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Heart, who still lives in his grandmother's basement, is New Jersey's favorite wedding singer. He's the life of the party until his fiance, Linda, leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie is so distraught that he makes every wedding as disastrous as his own.
- THE DIRECTOR’S OWN REAL-LIFE HEARTBREAK ALLOWED HIM TO TAP INTO THE FILM’S EMOTION. Longtime Sandler friend and collaborator Frank Coraci directed The Wedding Singer, and said that his own experience with having his heart broken was part of what allowed him to tap into the movie’s unique balance of humor and heartfelt romance.
- THE IDEA TO SET THE FILM IN THE 1980S CAME FROM THE RADIO. The Wedding Singer was written by Tim Herlihy, a longtime collaborator of Sandler’s who, in addition to writing for Saturday Night Live, wrote the scripts for Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and The Waterboy (among other Sandler-starring films).
- SANDLER WANTED TO MAKE A “PRO-LOVE” FILM. While promoting the movie on Late Night With Conan O’Brien in 1998, Sandler said, “We wanted to make a romantic comedy that was heavy on the laughs.
- THE MOVIE DOESN’T FEATURE ANY SEX SCENES, AND THERE’S A REASON FOR THAT. In the same interview, Conan O’Brien asked Sandler why there weren’t any sex scenes in the film, which seemed odd for a rom-com.