Love and Other Drugs movie is an upcoming romantic comedy that stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway and co written and directed by Edward Zwick. Love and Other Drugs is based on Jamie Reidy’s memoir Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman and although involves a variety of pharmaceutical drugs its main focus seems to be in the powerful and additive drug by the name of “love”.
Maggie Murdock (Anne Hathaway) is an individual who takes life as it comes and courageous enough that she won’t let anyone or anything tie her down no matter what. But on meeting Jamie Reidy (Jake Gyllenhaal) an attractive and charming individual focused on mingling in the competitive world of pharmaceuticals and why not in midst of women? her enduring personality is shaken up unknowingly.
While Maggie and Jamie’s relationship evolve there is very little that they could do when friendship converts its status to love and to the point when they believe that there could not be any drug as powerful as love which too turns out to be the “Ultimate drug”.
To have your dosage of Love and Other Drugs watch it when it opens in theaters in USA on 24th November 2010.
We all know that Hollywood celebrity’s have a thing for Artwork. But it seriously is hard to believe that a celebrity may go to the extent of stealing one. In to this scenario comes Alice in Wonderland (2010) star, Anne Hathaway‘s boyfriend, Adam Shulman, producer of Married Life (2008), Journey to the End of the Night (2006) and Kinsey (2004), of who is supposedly said to have stolen a wall painting from a Manhattan constructions site at 13th Street and Ninth Avenue, painted on a plywood fence by street artist, Mr. Brainwash.
How the media got to know about it is when Shulman called the owner, apologized for what he did and returned the artwork back. Furthermore, one would have expected Shulman to have a better taste than a so-called street artwork and a have used a ethical way to bring it to his possession. Lucky for Shulman, the happy owner, president of H&H Builders, is not pressing any charges against him.
Do you remember Alice in wonderland? Alice in wonderland is a magical story comprised with load of adventures. Tim Burton get responsible for directing Alice in wonderland (2010) Movie and this is slate to release March 5, 2010. , Johnny Depp play big role as The Mad Hatter. Can he be a really mad hatter?
The plot goes with one little girl who has to face variety creatures in a magical world.Starring this movie are Mia Wasikowska as Alice Kingsley , Helena Bonham Carter as The Red Queen , Anne Hathaway as The White Queen , Michael Sheen as The White Rabbit and Alan Rickman as The Caterpillar.
Rumors are flying today about a new “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” movie. If it indeed gets made, who should play Buffy? I’m thinking Emma Watson could do a kick-ass job, or maybe Anne Hathaway. Vote in the poll below! n
With the new “Star Trek” in theaters right now, it’s a good time to revisit some old favorites in a fantastic “Star Trek Trilogy” DVD set. Take a look at what’s new on DVD and Blu-ray this week:
Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy. This fantastic set includes “Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan,” “Star Trek: The Search for Spock,” and “Star Trek: The Voyage Home.” Also out this week are two sets from the TV shows: “The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “The Best of Star Trek: The Original Series.”
Taken (on Blu-ray and DVD). This fast-paced thrill ride stars Liam Neeson as CIA agent Bryan Mills, a workaholic trying to reconnect with his teenage daughter. When she’s kidnapped by an Albanian crime ring, Bryan moves heaven and earth to track her down. Rated PG-13.
Passengers. It’s a supernatural thriller starring Anne Hathaway as a grief counselor working with plane crash survivors … who start to disappear. Also stars Andre Braugher and Dianne Wiest. Rated PG-13. Trailer
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. Vampires and werewolves populate this dark movie about centuries-old blood feuds. Rated R.
New on DVD this week is “Bride Wars,” a friendship comedy starring Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway as two friends who end up scheduling their weddings on the same day. For some unknown reason, it all goes sour and their friendship implodes.
While “Bride Wars” isn’t one of my favorite movies this year , it’s fun to see these two gals on screen together, and the movie is a lighthearted look at friends and weddings and how wacky things can get. Check out this clip of Kate Hudson jogging – or rather, not jogging – in the park.
|Movie: “Bride Wars” *||In Theaters: Jan. 9, 2009|
|Runtime: 98 minutes||Directed by: Gary Winick|
|MPAA Rating: PG for suggestive content, language and some rude behavior||Gecko Rating:|
“Bride Wars” is a diversion from the heavier movies in theaters right now. You won’t find Clint Eastwood’s crotchety old guy in “Gran Torino” or the emotional drain of “Marley & Me.” Ok, there ARE some downer aspects to “Bride Wars,” but it’s mostly a goofy chick-flick.
It tells the story of Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway), who’ve been best friends since they were kids and saw a wedding in progress at the Plaza Hotel in NYC. Ever since that day, they’ve both been planning their weddings which would, of course, take place at the Plaza.
As it so happens, Emma and Liv end up getting engaged at the same time. This would be fun and good, except for a glitch that schedules their weddings on the very same day at the Plaza.
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Ok, here’s where the movie starts to go wrong. I said to my 11-year-old daughter, who saw the movie with me, if they’re such good friends, why don’t they have a double wedding? Or just celebrate each others’ joy, even though the weddings are on the same day? Couldn’t this be fun?
Apparently not, because the brides go all bridezilla on each other and do everything they can to sabotage the others’ wedding. Emma sneaks into a hair salon and switches the colorings so that Liv’s hair turns blue. Then she starts sending her fattening sweets and a membership in the “International Butter Club,” so that Liv wouldn’t be able to fit into her Vera Wang wedding dress.
Meanwhile, Liv somehow manages to wreak disaster at the tanning salon where Emma goes for a dose of healthy-glow before the wedding. She ends up orange. Aside from the fact that all of this is over-the-top unrealistic, a lot of it seems more sad than funny. A side-story involves Liv losing both of her parents at an early age, so aside from her brother, Emma really is like her family. It made me sad to think of two girls who are supposed to be so close acting in such a vengeful way.
You can’t call “Bride Wars” a lighthearted farce, because of the more dramatic elements of the storyline. Yet it’s not a drama either. It’s something in between, and doesn’t really work either way, for that reason.
The movie’s saving grace is Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway, both of whom do the romantic comedies fairly well (if only this had BEEN a romantic comedy). Still, if you’re a fan of either of these actresses, “Bride Wars” is worth a look. Candice Bergen does her best with the material she’s given. She’s the hotshot wedding planner the girls turn to for help.
And while I’m at it, here’s another unrealistic aspect of the movie: Hudson’s attorney character could probably afford such a lavish wedding, but Hathaway’s schoolteacher? I doubt she could have sprung for the whole “Plaza wedding” thing on her salary.
Note to Parents: “Bride Wars” is rated PG, and there’s really only one scene that edges towards PG-13 territory, when Emma shows up at Liv’s bachelorette party and does a sexy dance with guy-dancers posing as cops. That made both my daughter and I cringe.
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Is a friend always going to be as they were? Not for sure. Some stays for so long and with a simple mistake all turn down. That is a popular concept of many friendships. A topic like this is an understandable by good directors and driving them to a grater extend to make a funny movie like Bride Wars. Been a bride is not that easy and it was the changing moment of a women.
Especially for once who think deep in life and faith? That is why many women celebrate it in grate fashion. For them it was a child hood dream come true. Because most of the times it is the most colorful day of life. Hire in the movie Bride Wars two young women who are really close and best friends.
They are Liv and Emma. They eat and sleep together. They are that much close. Even when one found a lover other dramatically fell in love with another. Indicates how deep there friend ship was. They are planning all as some. The costumes, visitors music’s all need to be in perfect shape.
The perfect age they think was 26 here it comes for both of them. When they went on to booked they dream wedding hotel the Plaza every thing seems to be fine. They set date as they wish not even asking they be loving boy friends. But hire comes the bad news as always saying that they can’t take both weddings together. It was a clerical mistake. Every thing was set to go. Who will give up? No one. Both are desperate to have their own dream wedding as it sets. That is where the battle begins. Among the two friends a war begin on first to be bride.
Making traps to each other and they are breath taking ones. Hopefully not been that hash. It was a war day at the ceremony. Turning up side down at the wedding Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liv (Kate Hudson) done it in style. Perfect comedy to start the season Directed by Gary Winick (13 Going On 30 (2004) produced by Matt Luber and Jonathan Filley wii you be the next one to battle at the wedding.