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Thank You for Smoking

"Tobacco lobbyist Nick Naylor is trying to SAVE YOUR ASH!"

The chief spokesperson and lobbyist Nick Naylor is the Vice-President of the Academy of Tobacco Studies. He is talented in speaking and spins argument to defend the cigarette industry in the most difficult situations. His best friends are Polly Bailey that works in the Moderation Council in alcohol business, and Bobby Jay Bliss of the gun business own advisory group SAFETY. They frequently meet each ...

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Released: Sep 9th, 2005
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Thank You for Smoking Main Cast

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Joan Lunden
Joan Lunden
plays Herself
Eric Haberman
Eric Haberman
plays Robin Williger
Aaron Eckhart
Aaron Eckhart
plays Nick Naylor
Mary Jo Smith
Mary Jo Smith
plays Sue Maclean
Todd Louiso
Todd Louiso
plays Ron Goode
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Movie Goof (continuity error): When the Academy of Tobacco Studies closes, the sign being dismantled is different from the one shown in the beginning.
  • Leading up to its release, it was reported by numerous trade magazines that Tom Cruise had demanded a sex scene involving his wife, Katie Holmes, be cut from the movie. At the 2006 Hay-On-Wye book festival, Jason Reitman dismissed this report as complete rubbish, explaining that these reports came from the film's first festival screening where an overzealous projectionist had accidentally cut the scene when splicing the film together (an easy mistake to make, as the scene came at the end of a reel and followed a couple of seconds of black). At a Q&A that followed said screening, Reitman mentioned to the festival audience that there was a missing sex scene in the version they just saw, which was somehow seen by (equally overzealous) reporters as being a result of Tom Cruise and/or Scientology's involvement.
  • Movie Goof (factual errors): At Nick's press conference in which he addresses Heather's article, in the cut scene with Heather, you see from the window that she is located in a sky-scraper. This is not possible in Washington because of the building height restrictions. Director Jason Reitman points this out during the commentary.
  • The black and white film that Naylor watches is the end of Sands of Iwo Jima (1949).
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