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By: Element Pictures  05/12/2011

Dir: John Schultz
Cast: Cedric The Entertainer, Mike Epps, Gabrielle Union, Regina Hall, Eric Stoltz, John Leguizamo
HKI Co-Production with Deep River Productions, Paramount Pictures, MMDP Munich Movie Development & Production

With scenes predominantly shot in Ireland during the summer of 2004, The Honeymooners was directed by John Schultz and produced by David T. Friendly who also produced the 2004 Pierce Brosnan Irish feature Laws of Attraction.

The Honeymooners is an updated movie version of the classic Jackie Gleason television series of the same name. The story involves two best friends, bus driver Ralph and sewer worked Ed, who hatch crazy schemes backed by their wives, Alice and Trixie, in an effort to get the homes they think they deserve.

* The Honeymooners was co-produced by Hells Kitchen International, a sister company of Element Pictures.

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