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What Happens in Vegas... (22-Apr-2008)

Director: Tom Vaughan

Writer: Dana Fox

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A man and a woman married after a night of Vegas debauchery must stay together for legal reasons with a large sum of money at stake.

New York City equity trader Joy Ellis McNally and carpenter Jack Fuller, two attractive individuals each staring down different kinds of failure in their respective lives, share a debauched night by chance together in Las Vegas ending in a hastily-arranged marriage and subsequent decision to divorce the following day. A quarter borrowed from Joy played at a slot machine by Jack on the day of their planned divorce leads to a multimillion-dollar jackpot, forcing the unhappy couple to stay together for six months until the money can clear and thrusting them into a ridiculous fight for a lovely payday.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lake Bell
24-Mar-1979   Surface
Rob Corddry
4-Feb-1971   The Daily Show
Cameron Diaz
30-Aug-1972   There's Something About Mary
Dennis Farina
29-Feb-1944 22-Jul-2013 Ray Barboni in Get Shorty
Zach Galifianakis
1-Oct-1969   The Hangover
Ashton Kutcher
7-Feb-1978   Kelso on That '70s Show
Queen Latifah
18-Mar-1970   All Hail the Queen
Dennis Miller
3-Nov-1953   SNL news anchor, born-again Republican
Krysten Ritter
16-Dec-1981   Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23
Amanda Setton
16-Dec-1985   Penelope Shafai on Gossip Girl
Jason Sudeikis
18-Sep-1975   Saturday Night Live
Treat Williams
1-Dec-1951   Prince of the City


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