Neither wants to postpone what's supposed to be the happiest day of their lives, therefore a full-on war is declared on both parts.
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(UK) / The Island Def Jam Music Group Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more » Martin Scorsese once famously said he does one movie for the studio and one for himself, and so do many other directors or actors (George Clooney admits he did Ocean's Thirteen because that way he could do Michael Clayton next).
Although Anne Hathaway hasn't explicitly said she does that, one can assume it's the only rational explanation for a piece of anti-cinematic trash like Bride Wars.
Shooting The Devil Wears Prada after Brokeback Mountain is one thing, tainting your Oscar-nominated legacy with this bunch of nonsense is another.
And yet it sounded like it could be a lot of fun, at least judging by the premise, which reverses the classic wedding stereotype: women are in it for the romance, guys are game because it's fun (that's what they make it look like in American comedies, anyway).
This time around, the dudes are in it for the love, and the girls want to get married just to make a childhood dream come true.
Apparently, if you're a woman and live in Manhattan, the ultimate dream of your life is to get married at the Plaza in June, so when best friends Liv (Kate Hudson with a Paris Hilton/Britney Spears haircut) and Emma (Hathaway) get asked the fundamental question by their beaus, they immediately try to book the right place and date.
A mix-up occurs, and so they're both stuck with the same date, June 6th.
Join us for a Facebook Live chat with American Honey star Sasha Lane on Monday, Sept. Little does she realize she's not the only one with romantic troubles, as she, as he, gets in the middle of a series of intermingled love affairs.