In every relationship, one person is the reacher, one who is dating above their level of attractiveness, and one person is the settler…which is a bit more self-explanatory.
We here at CC are pretty excited because we saw The Five-Year Engagement. With Jason Segel and Emily Blunt on board, it was such a great movie. The female stars of the movie, Emily Blunt and Alison Brie, recently sat down for an interview with Yourtango, proving that they are basically perfect.
Ever since Jason Segel actually went on a date with that girl who asked him out on YouTube, our crush on him has grown exponentially. We doubt we'll ever get to meet him, but at least we can see him on the big screen. We can't wait for his new movie The Five-Year Engagement, and to celebrate, we're doing an awesome giveaway! Check out the details below.
• With Snooki pregnant, baby stores are going on Snooki Alert! • Oprah Winfrey does what she does best: loves her fans! • 13 stars posing with super random props- and they still look great • Go behind the scenes of 'Five-Year Engagement' with Jason Segel and Emily Blunt
Oh, god. Who needs yet another romantic comedy the world? Is it seriously necessary to make every member the single girl society feel horrible about themselves and feed today’s tweens with more unrealistic expectations about love? Well, The 'Five-Year Engagement' stars Jason Segel and Emily Blunt. And it’s from the same filmmakers that enlightened us all with 'Bridesmaids,' 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' and 'Knocked Up.' I take back everything I just said—this movie is COMPLETELY necessary.
In The Adjustment Bureau, Matt Damon plays David Norris, a politician who falls for a dancer (played by Emily Blunt). Norris accidentally discovers that the world is run by a group whose job it is to keep everyone on their own life path; this “Adjustment Bureau” manages everyone’s fate.
All year long I look forward to award show season, the best time to see my favorite celebs hitting the red carpet looking all kinds of fabulous. Sure, I love seeing who wins the awards and what the "experts" consider the best movie of the year, but everyone knows the best thing about these award shows is checking out what everyone is wearing.