Three single women in a picturesque village have their wishes granted, at a cost, when a mysterious and flamboyant man arrives in their lives.
|杰克·尼科尔森 (Jack Nicholson)||饰||Daryl Van Horne|
|雪儿 (Cher)||饰||Alexandra Medford|
|苏珊·萨兰登 (Susan Sarandon)||饰||Jane Spofford|
|米歇尔·菲佛 (Michelle Pfeiffer)||饰||Sukie Ridgemont|
|维罗尼卡·卡维特 (Veronica Cartwright)||饰||Felicia Alden|
Alexandra Medford, Jane Spofford and Sukie Ridgemont are three dissatisfied women living in the small town of Eastwick, New England. Alexandra is a sculptress and single mother, Jane is a newly divorc
|出品公司||Kennedy Miller Productions|
|The Guber-Peters Company|
|发行公司||Komplett Media GmbH (2008) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Warner-Columbia Films (1987) (Theatrical) (Finland)|
|Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (1998) (DVD) (Mexico)|
|Fazer Musiikki Oy/Fazer Video (1988) (VHS) (Finland)|
|Elliniki Kinimatografiki Enosi (ELKE) (1987) (Theatrical) (Greece)|
|首映票房（美国）||$9,454,238, 14 June 1987|
- 雪儿 was offered the role of Jane, but preferred the part of Alexandra, the role that 苏珊·萨兰登 had been hired to play. Sarandon did not discover that she would be playing Jane until she showed up on location.
- According to George Miller, producer Jon Peters suddenly decided he wanted aliens to appear in the movie, even though it didn't make sense with the story. Miller thinks that Peters was influenced by the box-office success of 异形2 (1986). He even showed up one day on-set with a stuntman dressed as an alien, and told Miller to put him in a scene, any scene. Miller and Jack Nicholson then left the set until Peters gave up on his fixation.
- In an interview with the Australian magazine Cinema Papers in the early 1990s, director 乔治·米勒 revealed that the shoot had been extremely difficult, because he was initially unfamiliar with Hollywood-style communication. In a meeting to discuss ways to reduce the budget, Miller volunteered to give up his trailer because he was always needed on the set and had no time to use it. The studio concluded that he was a pushover, so they began to interfere with his production requests. If he asked for fifty extras, the studio would provide a dozen. If he asked for two cameras, they would provide one. Miller decided to fight fire with fire, and refused to shoot each scene until his production demands were met. The studio responded by looking for a new director, but were prevented by 杰克·尼科尔森, who supported Miller and vowed to walk off the production if he was replaced.