Bedtime Stories

Whatever they dream up... he has to survive.

Categories: Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Romance
Skeeter Bronson is a down-on-his-luck guy who's always telling bedtime stories to his niece and nephew. But his life is turned upside down when the fantastical stories he makes up for entertainment inexplicably turn into reality. Can a bewildered Skeeter manage his own unruly fantasies now that the outrageous characters and situations from his mind have morphed into actual people and events?

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2008-12-24
Run time: 99 minute / 1:39
Budget: $80,000,000
Revenue: $212,874,442
Director: Adam Shankman
Writers: Tim Herlihy, Matt Lopez.
Production Companies : Walt Disney Pictures, Happy Madison Productions, Gunn Films
Production Country: United States of America



Adam Sandler
as Skeeter Bronson
Keri Russell
as Jill
Guy Pearce
as Kendall
Courteney Cox
as Wendy
Lucy Lawless
as Aspen
Teresa Palmer
as Violet Nottingham
Russell Brand
as Mickey
Aisha Tyler
as Donna Hynde
Kathryn Joosten
as Mrs. Dixon
Carmen Electra
as Hot Girl
Jonathan Pryce
as Marty Bronson
Richard Griffiths
as Barry Nottingham
Jonathan Morgan Heit
as Patrick
Laura Ann Kesling
as Bobbi
Nick Swardson
as Engineer
Allen Covert
as Ferrari Guy
Tim Herlihy
as Young Barry Nottingham
Thomas Hoffman
as Young Skeeter
Abigail Droeger
as Young Wendy
Melany Mitchell
as Young Mrs. Dixon
Andrew Collins
as Young Mr. Dixon
Julia Lea Wolov
as Hokey Pokey Woman
Dana Goodman
as Hokey Pokey Woman
Sarah Buxton
as Hokey Pokey Woman
Catherine Kwong
as Hokey Pokey Woman
Lindsey Alley
as Hokey Pokey Woman
Blake Clark
as Biker
Bill Romanowski
as Biker
Paul Dooley
as Hot Dog Vendor
Johntae Lipscomb
as Birthday Party Kid
Mikey Post
as Angry Dwarf
Sebastian Saraceno
as Gremlin Driver
Seth Howard
as Cubby the Home Depot Guy
Jackie Sandler
as Lady Jacqueline
Sadie Sandler
as Sweetest Medieval Girl of All Time
Valerie Gervickas
as Teacher
Debbie Lee Carrington
as Booing Goblin
Billy Tyler
as Big Hairy Guy on Beach
Lorna Scott
as Secretary
Annalise Basso
as Tricia Sparks
Shu Lan Tuan
as Luau Waitress
Jonathan Loughran
as Party Guest
Robert Harvey
as Party Guest
Mike Andrella
as Truck Driver
J.D. Donaruma
as Nottingham Pool Waiter
Jon Schueler
as Nobleman
Denverly Grant
as Lady at Fountain
Rob Schneider
as Chief Running Mouth / Pickpocket
JT Alexander
as Pedestrian (uncredited)
Nahid Azami
as Protesting Mom (uncredited)
Veronica Bennett
as Greek Goddess (uncredited)
Pete Brown
as Claudius Falisimus (uncredited)
Amanda Burrill
as Jogger (uncredited)
Gina Cantrell
as West Side Story Showgirl #2 (uncredited)
Betsy Hammer
as Tambourine Player Medieval Band (uncredited)
Taylor Hardick
as Student (uncredited)
Nick Hermz
as Paparazzi (uncredited)
Rodrick Hersh
as Rabbi (uncredited)
Austin Honaker
as A Spaceball (uncredited)
Mark Hunter
as Daft Alien (uncredited)
Dani Jacoby
as Western Girl (uncredited)
Danni Katz
as Party Girl (uncredited)
Alina Kaufman
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Waymond Lee
as Coliseum / Space Station Vendor (uncredited)
Heather Morris
as Dancer (uncredited)
Louis Riviere
as Roman Peasant (uncredited)
Nicole Sciacca
as Damn Yankees Girl (uncredited)
Alex Tyler
as Showgirl (uncredited)
Kevin Vyce
as Businessman #1 (uncredited)
Brian Waller
as Record Producer (uncredited)
Shawna Wesley
as Greek Goddess (uncredited)
Adam Shankman Director

Zachary Woodlee Choreographer

Tim Herlihy Screenplay
Matt Lopez Screenplay

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