- Cast: Steve Carell, Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, Jean Smart, Susan Misner, Marin Ireland, Ben Rappaport, Daniel Flaherty, Kayla Ruhl, John Franchi, Anita Storr, Bill Ladd, Mary A. DeBriae, Bob Dio, Alexis Tarasevich
- Director: David Frankel
- Writer: Vanessa Taylor
- Producers: Todd Black, Guymon Casady
- Co Producer: Kelli Konop
- Associate Producers: Chris Coggins, Lance Johnson
- Executive Producers: Jason Blumenthal, Nathan Kahane, Jessie Nelson, Steve Tisch
- Art Direction: Patricia Woodbridge
- Casting: Margery Simkin
- Costume Design: Ann Roth
- D.O.P.: Florian Ballhaus
- Editor: Steven Weisberg
- Makeup: Louise McCarthy
- Music: Theodore Shapiro
- Production Design: Stuart Wurtzel
- Set Decoration: George DeTitta Jr.
Many years of marriage have left Maeve wanting to spice things up and reconnect with her husband. When she hears of a famed relationship guru in the town of Great Hope Springs, she must persuade her skeptical husband to get on a plane for an intense week of marriage and sex therapy. Getting there was hard enough…now shedding their bedroom hang ups, learning some new moves and rediscovering their youthful spark is when the real adventure begins.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: Connecticut, USA
- MPAA Warning: Mature thematic content involving sexuality
- Production Budget: $30 million
- Production Companies: Management 360, Escape Artists, Mandate Pictures
- Production Schedule: August 2011 - 18 December 2011
2012 Guide Analysis: "While David Frankel's recent birdwatching comedy "The Big Year" was one of the biggest flops of 2011, there's certainly more hope for this film which is being called a "drama with surprising comedy".
Streep and Jones play a couple who feel their three decade long marriage is getting stale. After reading a self-help book by a therapist (Carell), they head to his residence in a quaint seaside Maine town for a combination vacation and extended therapy session.
Should the film turn out well the trio will no doubt be up for some awards consideration. Certainly this teaming is an exciting one, but a lot will depend upon whether "Tell Me You Love Me" and "Everwood" writer Vanessa Taylor's script can live up to the quality of its cast."