Nancy Juvonen marked her debut as an executive producer in the 1999 American 2D computer-animated Christmas comedy musical film ‘Olive, the Other Reindeer’ directed by Steve Moore. The film was based on a children’s book by J. Otto Seibold. That same year, she also produced the Raja Gosnell-directed American romantic comedy film ‘Never Been Kissed.’ The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success. In 2000, she produced the American action comedy film ‘Charlie's Angels’ directed by McG. The film received a mixed response from critics and was a major box office success, grossing over $264.1 million on a budget of $93 million. She next produced the 2001 American science fiction psychological thriller film ‘Donnie Darko.’ The film earned praise from critics and was later listed in Empire's "50 Greatest Independent Films of All Time."
Juvonen was the producer of the 2003 American action comedy film ‘Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,’ the sequel to the 2000 film ‘Charlie's Angels.’ While the film received a mixed response from critics, it underperformed in comparison to its predecessor. That same year, she also produced the American black comedy film ‘Duplex’ directed by Danny DeVito. The film failed to impress the critics and was a box office bomb. Juvonen continued to produce films like ‘50 First Dates’ (2004), ‘Fever Pitch’ (2005), ‘Music and Lyrics’ (2007), and ‘Whip It!’ (2009). She was the producer of the 2009 American romantic comedy-drama film ‘He's Just Not That Into You’ directed by Ken Kwapis. The film received a somewhat mixed response from critics and was a major box office success, earning over $178.9 million against a budget of $40 million. In 2011, she joined the American action crime drama television series ‘Charlie's Angels’ as an executive producer. The series aired 8 episodes before it was canceled due to low ratings.
In 2016, she produced the American romantic comedy film ‘How to Be Single’ directed by Christian Ditter. The film opened to mixed reviews and was a financial success. Juvonen went on to produce the 2019 American action comedy film ‘Charlie's Angels.’ The film received a lukewarm response from critics and was a box office disappointment. Juvonen last produced the 2020 American romantic comedy film ‘The Stand In’ directed by Jamie Babbit. The film saw mixed to negative reviews upon release.
This Richard Kelly’s science fiction psychological thriller film is about a troubled high-school student who is frequently visited by Frank, a huge six-foot rabbit, visible only to him. Frank pushes him to carry out a series of dangerous pranks and also tells him that the world will be over in 28 days.