It’s the blockbuster stage musical seen by more than 30 million people in 170 cities and eight different languages.
About a bride, her mum and three possible dads.
Filled with songs by iconic supergroup ABBA that you know and love.
Now, summer 2008 is the season when it finally hits the big screen.
Mamma mia, here I go again. My, my, how can I resist you?
MERYL STREEP and PIERCE BROSNAN lead a spectacular all-star cast in Mamma Mia! The Movie, the musical celebration of mothers and daughters and fathers, true loves lost and new ones found, and the romantic possibilities of what can happen on one magical Greek island when love is in the air and music and dancing abound.
Joining Streep and Brosnan for the music, romance and comedy are COLIN FIRTH (Love Actually, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason), Stellan Skarsgård (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Exorcist: The Beginning), Julie Walters (Becoming Jane, Harry Potter series), Dominic Cooper (The History Boys, Starter for 10), Amanda Seyfried (Mean Girls, television’s Big Love) and Christine Baranski (Welcome to Mooseport, Bonneville).
The three women who created the worldwide smash stage hit—global producer JUDY CRAYMER, screenwriter Catherine Johnson and director Phyllida Lloyd—reprise their roles in bringing this joyful, musical story to the big screen. Producer Gary Goetzman (Charlie Wilson’s War, The Polar Express, My Big Fat Greek Wedding) joins them for the musical celebration.
Mamma Mia!’s accomplished behind-the-scenes team includes director of photography Haris Zambarloukos (Sleuth, Venus), production designer Maria Djurkovic (The Hours, Billy Elliot), Oscar®-winning costume designer Ann Roth (The Good Shepherd, The English Patient) and editor Lesley Walker (Emma, The Brothers Grimm).
The executive producers are Benny Andersson (composer), Björn Ulvaeus (lyricist), Rita Wilson (My Big Fat Greek Wedding, upcoming My Life in Ruins), Tom Hanks (Charlie Wilson’s War, Band of Brothers) and Mark Huffam (The Hours, Johnny English). Music and lyrics are by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.