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La La Land

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Here's what we have on Damien Chazelle's Grammy and Oscar-winning hit, "La La Land".

PG-13
128 min | Comedy, Drama, Musical

While navigating their careers in Los Angeles, a pianist and an actress fall in love while attempting to reconcile their aspirations for the future.

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Cast

Notable Cast
Ryan GoslingRyan Gosling...Sebastian
Emma StoneEmma Stone...Mia
Amiee ConnAmiee Conn...Famous Actress
Terry WaltersTerry Walters...Linda (Coffee Shop Manager)
Cinda AdamsCinda Adams...Casting Director (First Audition)
Callie HernandezCallie Hernandez...Tracy
Jessica RotheJessica Rothe...Alexis
Sonoya MizunoSonoya Mizuno...Caitlin
Rosemarie DeWittRosemarie DeWitt...Laura
J.K. SimmonsJ.K. Simmons...Bill
Claudine ClaudioClaudine Claudio...Karen (Waitress)
Jason FuchsJason Fuchs...Carlo
Trevor LissauerTrevor Lissauer...Valet
Olivia HamiltonOlivia Hamilton...Bree (Gluten Free Girl)
Anna ChazelleAnna Chazelle...Sarah (Pilot Casting Assistant)
Marius De VriesMarius De Vries...Clyde (Pilot Director)
Finn WittrockFinn Wittrock...Greg
Josh PenceJosh Pence...Josh
Nicole CoulonNicole Coulon...Josh's Fiancée
Damon GuptonDamon Gupton...Harry
John LegendJohn Legend...Keith

Writers

Screenwriter
Damien ChazelleDamien Chazelle...Writer

Awards

Notable Wins
Nick Baxter, Justin Hurwitz, Steven Gizicki, Marius De Vries...Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Nick Baxter, Justin Hurwitz, Steven Gizicki, Marius De Vries...Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Linus Sandgren...Best Achievement in Cinematography
Emma Stone...Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Damien Chazelle...Best Achievement in Directing
At 32 years and 38 days of age, Damien Chazelle becomes the youngest winner for Best Director
Justin Hurwitz...Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Score)
Justin Hurwitz (music),
Benj Pasek (lyrics),
Justin Paul (lyrics)
...Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Song: "City of Stars")
David Wasco (production design), Sandy Reynolds-Wasco (set decoration)...Best Achievement in Production Design

Box Office Data

(2016) U.S. Dollars
Budget...$30,000,000
Opening weekend...$881,104
Gross (US & Canada)...$151,101,803
Gross (World)...$448,864,344

Sources

Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
Awards...89th Academy Awards
Awards...60th Annual Grammy Awards
Studio...Lionsgate/Summit Entertainment
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