Recent research shows that it's easier to tell when a man digs a woman than vice versa, at least when it comes to flirting. After the initial attraction, however, knowing whether or not he's really into you—in other words, "the one" or even "a keeper"—well, that's the million dollar conundrum.
When He's Just Not That Into You, Liz Tuccillo and Greg Behrendt's book about identifying dead-end relationships, debuted in 2006 it empowered confused women everywhere to move out and move on (well, at least it happened that way on Oprah). This "you go, girl" attitude arrived to the big screen Friday, February 6. The movie version has a celeb-studded cast including Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Justin Long (the Mac guy and Drew's ex) and Scarlett Johansson.
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ScarJo—following in the footsteps of actor/singers Will Smith, Britney Spears and Barbra Streisand—also recorded a song for the film. While the single didn't ultimately make the cut into the film, it's on the soundtrack. The soundtrack also features songs from Maroon 5, R.E.M., The Talking Heads, Corinne Bailey Rae, The Cure, Human League, Wilco and more. You can take a sample listen to some of the songs on the He's Just Not That Into You website.
Two lucky YourTango users offered outstanding advice for how to know when a man is just not that into you. They will receive a gift package from Warner Bros. Entertainment that includes:
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- The He's Just Not That Into soundtrack (which hits stores February 3)
- The Limited Edition gift set of The Notebook (the classic romantic comedy starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling)
- The Warner Bros Romance Classics Collection (four timeless romantic films)
Wonder what it's like to be single and dating in France? China? Watch He's Just Not That Into You author Liz Tuccillo's How To Be Single video series, which explores dating customs and relationship attitudes around the world.
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