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The Heat (film)
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This article is about the 2013 comedy film titled The Heat. For films titled Heat, see Heat (disambiguation).
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Paul Feig
Written by Katie Dippold
Produced by Peter Chernin Jenno Topping Starring Sandra Bullock Melissa McCarthy Demián Bichir Marlon Wayans Michael Rapaport
Cinematography Robert Yeoman
Edited by Brent White Jay Deuby
Music by Michael Andrews
TSG Entertainment Ingenious Media
Big Screen Productions
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
June 23, 2013 (New York City)
June 28, 2013 (United States)
Running time 117 minutes
Country United States
Budget $43 million
Box office $229.9 million
is a 2013 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Paul Feig and written by Katie Dippold. It stars Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy with Demián Bichir, Marlon Wayans, Michael Rapaport and Jane Curtin in supporting roles. The film centers on FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn and Boston Detective Shannon Mullins, who must take down a mobster in Boston.
The film was released in the United States on June 28, 2013. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the chemistry, and performances of Bullock and McCarthy, but called the film predictable. It was a success at the box office, grossing $229 million worldwide against a $43 million budget.
1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3.1 Music 4 Release 4.1 Marketing 4.2 Home media 5 Reception 5.1 Box office
5.2 Critical response
6 Cancelled sequel and proposed spin-off
7 References 8 External links
FBI agent Sarah Ashburn is an expert investigator in New York City. She is disliked by other agents for her uptight and arrogant personality. Her supervisor, who is considering her for promotion, assigns her to a mission in Boston. She meets Boston Police Department detective Shannon Mullins, who is skilled but loudmouthed, foul mouthed and hot-headed. The two women's professional styles clash horribly during their attempt to interrogate a local drug dealer. Ashburn reluctantly agrees to work with Mullins.
Ashburn and Mullins tail a local nightclub manager to his business, Club Ekko, and place a bug on his phone to get information on a drug lord named Simon Larkin. Leaving the club, Ashburn and Mullins are confronted by DEA agents Craig and Adam, who've been working the Larkin case for months. The women discover a surveillance video in the DEA agents' van showing that Mullins' brother, Jason, recently released from prison where Mullins had sent him, appears to be connected to Larkin.
Ashburn convinces Mullins to go to her parents' home to ask Jason for information on Larkin. The whole family is angry with Mullins for arresting her brother, but Jason tips Mullins off about the body of a murdered drug dealer. Chemicals on the victim's shoes lead the women to an abandoned paint factory, where they witness a drug dealer being murdered by Julian Vincent, second-in-command of Larkin's organization. They apprehend Julian after a confrontation with the nightclub manager, but get no information on Larkin's whereabouts, despite Mullins threatening to shoot Julian's genitals.
The women spend the evening bonding in a bar. A drunk Ashburn reveals that her foster child past is to blame for her bad attitude. The next morning Ashburn discovers that she has given her car away to one of the bar patrons, but when he starts the car, it explodes.
Julian has escaped from custody and intends to harm Mullins' family, so Mullins moves them into a motel. Jason tries to join the Larkin organization in an attempt to help Mullins solve the case. He gives her a tip about a drug shipment coming in. Despite Mullins' reluctance, Ashburn calls in the FBI, which discovers that it is only a pleasure cruise ship. Larkin shoots Jason for informing the FBI about the supposed drug shipment. Jason is rendered comatose. Mullins and Ashburn fall out, with Mullins vowing to bring her brother's attacker to justice. They reconcile after arresting several drug dealers as they try to ascertain Larkin's whereabouts.
The women equip themselves with assault weapons from Mullins' extensive personal arsenal, and infiltrate one of Larkin's warehouses, but they are captured and bound. Julian is about to torture them with knives when he gets called away by Larkin. Before Julian leaves, he stabs Ashburn in the leg and leaves the knife in the wound. Mullins removes the knife from Ashburn's leg and uses it to cut the rope binding her hands. Before she can cut the rope around her feet, they hear someone coming and Mullins puts the knife back in Ashburn's leg. But it's Craig and Adam who enter. Craig begins to untie the two women, but as they realise Adam is Larkin, Adam shoots Craig before he draws his gun. Adam/Larkin has been working his own case from inside the DEA for several months.
Are Melissa McCarthy And Sandra Bullock Friends?
Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock's relationship is a rare one in Hollywood. Here's why.
Are Melissa McCarthy And Sandra Bullock Friends?
BY NICOLE CORD-CRUZ/UPDATED: OCT. 28, 2021 11:45 AM EDT
When you're an actor, you have to build some sort of rapport with your co-stars. After all, you need the chemistry on-screen, despite the fact that it might not be easy being with people on set round the clock, sometimes even in grueling conditions. While some movie stars have been involved in infamous feuds — "Star Trek" co-stars George Takei and William Shatner have had beef for decades; Tommy Lee Jones famously despised Jim Carrey when they were working together on "Batman Forever — other actors have gotten super close.
Though some celebrities let their pettiness get in the way of professionalism, there are many who treat each other like family and form lifelong friendships. Such is the case for Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, who starred in the 2013 buddy-cop comedy action film, "The Heat." The two played best friends on-screen — which then translated into a real-life bond.
Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock were 'inseparable'
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According to Paul Feig, director of "The Heat," Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock's friendship is a rare feat in Hollywood. "They were inseparable," Feig told Parade about the stars' relationship on set — and even afterwards. "Normally after movies, those friendships go away... Theirs blossomed."
This friendship was a surprising development considering how McCarthy and Bullock weren't even friends prior to filming. They had mutual friends, sure, but they had never met each other before. "When people found out we were doing this thing, I got between 12 and 15 calls saying, 'You're about to meet the greatest girl in the world,'" McCarthy told People of finding out she was about to work with the "Miss Congeniality" actor. During their first encounter, she confessed to being a nervous wreck. "I was like, 'Oh my God, I'm going to get a call from Sandra Bullock!' And I was still saying first and last name, I could only say 'Sandra Bullock,'" the star shared.
The two ended up hitting it off, and the rest, as they say, is history. "It was ridiculous. It was so fun every day. We are torturing each other, laughing at the same time," McCarthy told "Good Morning America" of filming "The Heat" with Bullock. "She's so funny and so nice that every day was kind of a real treat." Speaking of treats, per Parade, the stars have even gone trick-or-treating together with their young children, who often play with each other.
Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock have similar personalities and interests
The reason why Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock were able to click right away is that they're basically the same people. Bullock shared that they even had the same hobbies and interests outside of acting. "Our rhythms are different but we worked so well together. We made so many connections; every day was heaven," she told the now-defunct Look Magazine (via RTE). "One minute we were taunting each other and the next we were having great fun. It was fireworks because we are really similar."
And their favorite form of bonding? Home decor and playdates. ”We have similar obsessions, like renovating, so we were comparing designing tips," Bullock added. Even their kids are friends, as they would often set playdates among their youngsters. In the 2013 interview, the "Bird Box" star revealed, "My son is 3 and her youngest is the same age. The kids got along so well from the start."
"The Heat" had become a box office hit, having earned almost $230 million worldwide, per Box Office Mojo. It's thanks to McCarthy and Bullock's genuine bond that it turned out to be a global success. "I think this ended up being a very, very sweet love story," said Bullock of the film. "I mean, every movie is a love story, but this one just happens to be amongst friends.”
Even Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy's kids have become BFFs
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While Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy have formed some sort of unbreakable bond, it turns out that their kids also managed to become close. Sandra's son, Louis, and Melissa's two daughters, Vivian and Georgette, have built a friendship that replicates that of their famous mothers. McCarthy even described their children's relationship as something "special."
"Louis was my Georgie's first friend her own age," the actor told E! News in 2013. "And all three of our kids, my two kids and her boy, they still play together. They have a special relationship." But it doesn't end here. Since McCarthy's kids are both girls, Louis would sometimes come to their defense.
The Heat (2013)
The Heat: Directed by Paul Feig. With Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Demián Bichir, Marlon Wayans. An uptight FBI Special Agent is paired with a foul-mouthed Boston cop to take down a ruthless drug lord.
2013 R 1h 57m
Play trailer2:10 4 VIDEOS 49 PHOTOS Action Comedy Crime
An uptight FBI Special Agent is paired with a foul-mouthed Boston cop to take down a ruthless drug lord.
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Trailer 2:28 The Heat Clip 1:01 "Spanx" Clip 1:15 "Are You a Narc?" 49
Sandra Bullock Ashburn
Michael McDonald Julian
Melissa McCarthy Mullins
Demián Bichir Hale Marlon Wayans Levy Michael Rapaport Jason Mullins Jane Curtin Mrs. Mullins Spoken Reasons Rojas Dan Bakkedahl Craig Taran Killam Adam Tom Wilson Captain Woods Peter Weireter SWAT Team Leader John Ross Bowie NY Agent William Xifaras Tough Guy #1 Cary 'Big Shug' Guy Tough Guy #2 Erica Derrickson Prostitute Tony Hale The John Deirdre Horgan
Director Paul Feig Writer Katie Dippold All cast & crew
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