Can two super hotties hook up and still be friends in the morning? Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman struggle with love's oldest conundrum in this raunchy rom-com, directed by comedy legend Ivan Reitman. For Adam and Emma, having fun between the sheets isn't a problem - it's avoiding the emotional fallout (and oh-so-helpful advice from their opinionated friends) that's sure to follow.
Trailers + Extras
- Are We Going to Do This?
- On the Set of No Strings Attached
- Did I have Sex with Anyone?
- This is Really Happening
- Period Mix Ashton Kutcher makes Natalie Portman a mix in honor of...
- Friends with Benefits Natalie & Ashton talk about their characters relationship
- No Strings Attached Red Carpet The Cast & Crew come out to the Los Angeles premiere of...
- An Onscreen Romance Natalie and Ashton talk about working with each other
- Natalie's Dual Role Natalie talks about making the film from behind the camera
- The Reit Direction Ivan Reitman talks about how he directed No Strings...
- We Are Hot
- The Reverse Angle: No Strings Attached EPIX got the cast of No Strings Attached to break down...
- No Strings Attached Trailer
Top 10 Fun Facts
- What's in a name? Elizabeth Meriwether's screenplay was originally called Friends With Benefits - but another rom-com with the same name was on the production horizon, so this one became No Strings Attached.
- The Name Game, Part Two: some early screenings were also held under the title Hooking Up.
- Banana-fanna-fo-fame: No Strings Attached was shipped to movie theaters with the code name "Dos." As in two - the two super-hot leads it takes to tango.
- Stay home and watch your sports, fellas: opening weekend audiences were "overwhelmingly female," to the tune of 70% lady types, 30% their husbands, dates, or smart single guys knowing where to find the action.
- Move over, Bill Murray! This is director Ivan Reitman's first R-rated film since Stripes (that's 30 years if you're counting).
- Keep your eyes peeled for Mr. R (as in Reitman) in a cameo as the director of the TV show Ashton Kutcher's character works on.
- Kevin Kline actually wrote and composed the birthday song he performs in the film. Oscar winner, funny guy, family man - nobody likes a show-off, Kev.
- She's not just an actress! Natalie Portman joined the film as a producer, before being cast in the lead role. Hey, Nat? See above, re: show-offs.
- Product placement, perfected: Ludacris and Jake M. Johnson enjoy some Conjure brand cognac in one scene. Conjure just so happens to be owned by Ludacris.
- Whether you call it casual sex, hooking up, or no strings attached, Ivan Reitman thinks it's a sign of the times: "I noticed from my own kids that with this generation in particular, young people find it easier to have a sexual relationship than an emotional one." Um, coolest dad ever?