The female stars of 'The Five-Year Engagement' share on-set mishaps & their own relationship advice.
Sitting across from Emily Blunt and Alison Brie, one can get a really accurate sense of what days on the set of The Five-Year Engagement were like – there were probably a ton of laughs at the expense of their co-star Jason Segel, and some girly heart-to-hearts about the actresses' own love lives. With a movie premise as surprisingly real as this one, how could there not have been?
Would you give up your career and move cross-country to be with the one you love?
Was it just me or was "The Five-Year Engagement" a lot heavier than the trailer led us to believe? The trailer makes it seem really funny, with a lot of slapstick humor. But the movie was more... real than that.
The couple steps out for the premiere of 'The Five-Year Engagement' and cuddle the whole night!
Our new favorite couple, Jason Segel and Michelle Williams, hit the red carpet together for the premeire of his new movie, The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival. And, they weren't the least bit shy about displaying their love for each other, reports People.
Two and a half years after writing our first blog about the Titanic, we revisit it after 3D.
I realized earlier this week that I’ve gotten old, or older anyhow. I don’t think that I look much older than before, whenever “before” was. I mean I still fit into my high school jeans and I can still go shirtless at the beach. I work out!
But this week I feel older and honestly I don’t mind it.
Time has passed and what felt like just a week ago was actually fifteen years. It’s bitter sweet as they say. No, I didn’t just go to my high school reunion, I didn’t find an old yearbook and I didn’t stumble upon my first grey hair.
I went to see the Titanic…again.
If any of you saw "The Hunger Games" recently, you were in for a bloodbath — a very entertaining, very well-produced bloodbath. I'm a huge fan of Suzanne Collins, and the movie was one of the best I've seen in a long time. But while I cheered for Katniss, cursed the gamekeeper, and threw popcorn at President Snow, I couldn't help but notice that some of the lessons of "Hunger Games" could also be applied to relationships.
The actor on reuniting with his 'American Pie' crew and why he's perfect to play the romantic jock.
Leave it to a raunchy comedy franchise to leave me feeling overwhelmingly nostalgic and existential.
Does everyone grow up to be someone they never thought they would be? Is it ever possible to relive the glory days? And, most importantly, was high school REALLY the most fun I'm ever going to have?
Man, I hope not.