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SXSW 2014 Review: ‘Neighbors’ Could Be the Big Studio Comedy to Beat in 2014

You might expect an R-rated comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, directed by the guy who made Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Five-Year Engagement, to be loose and sloppy, like Rogen’s torso. But Neighbors turns out to be tight and lean and eminently watchable, like Efron’s torso. Show More Summary

Uptown Saturday Night Gets to Receive Nicholas Stoller Rewrite

Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Five-Year Engagement helmer Nicholas Stoller is set to rewrite the upcoming Warner. Bros. comedy Uptown Saturday Night, Variety reports. A remake of the 1974 comedy of the same name, Uptown SaturdayShow More Summary

The Five-Year Engagement

Confession: I exaggerated. It wasn’t really five years, but it sure felt like it would be at times! Cruise and I got engaged August 16th, 2011 (more on that story as soon as I can find the very few pictures we have).…

ServicesAngle News Briefs for March 14, 2013

Infosys Expands in Germany with BMW Group Contract BMW Group has selected Infosys as its worldwide partner for application basis infrastructure management services. The five-year engagement will cover such services as maintenance and operations of the Web infrastructure, content management, … Continue reading ?

Tribeca 2013: Festival Eschews Blockbuster Opening Film, Picks Tour Doc Centered on The National

Last year’s Tribeca Film Festival opened with the world premiere of the Judd Apatow-produced and Jason Segel-starring The Five-Year Engagement, a big studio film with big studio names, but this year’s Opening Night film seems to signal a return to the more indie-minded roots of the festival. Show More Summary

What Is the Best Romantic Comedy of 2012?

A good romantic comedy is surprisingly hard to come by. Lucky for us, a few good ones were released in 2012. This year, Jason Segel and Emily Blunt paired up in The Five-Year Engagement, ensemble comedy Think Like a Man had astounding numbers at the box office, and Rock of Ages gave romance a musical makeover. Show More Summary

‘Save the Date’ Trailer: Starring ‘Bachelorette’s Lizzy Caplan and ‘Five-Year Engagement’s Alison Brie

Lizzy Caplan‘s already starred in one wedding comedy this year — the enjoyably acerbic Bachelorette — and Alison Brie got to help Emily Blunt to the altar in The Five-Year Engagement earlier this spring. Now Caplan and Brie are teaming up with one another for yet another marriage-themed romcom, playing sisters in Michael Mohan‘s bittersweet Save the Date. [...]

This Week In Discs: Safe, The Five-Year Engagement, Piranha 3DD and More

Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. Quick A motorcycle courier finds himself targeted by police after a mysterious man forces him to deliver bombs to various addresses while an ex-girlfriend unlucky enough to have strapped an explosive helmet to her head comes along for the ride. Show More Summary

What to Rent: New DVDs This Week

The Five-Year Engagement Jason Segel reteams with Forgetting Sarah Marshall director Nicholas Stoller for the tale of two love birds who just can't get the timing right. Segel is one half of committed couple (Emily Blunt plays his other...Show More Summary

Jason Segel & Matilda Ledger's Big Apple Breakfast

Spending the morning together in New York City, Jason Segel and Matilda Ledger were spotted getting breakfast on Saturday (July 14). The two appeared to be getting along extremely well as theFive-Year Engagement” star plays babysitter...Show More Summary

Work like a man

4 years agoArts : Prospero

TWO romantic comedies hit British cinemas this week, “The Five-Year Engagement” and “Think Like A Man”, and both feature a male restaurant chef who (spoiler alert!) ends up running his own street-food van. Maybe that’s just a co-incidence,...Show More Summary

Emily Blunt & Jason Segel Cut Cake in London

Emily Blunt and Jason Segel attend a photo call for The Five-Year Engagement on Thursday (June 14) at the Soho Hotel in London, England. The 29-year-old actress and Jason, 32, cut into a three-tiered white wedding cake while promoting the romantic comedy. England is the latest stop in the co-stars’ promo tour – earlier in [...]

Emily Blunt & Jason Segel: 'Five-Year Engagement' in Germany!

Emily Blunt and Jason Segel attend a photo call for their film, The Five-Year Engagement, on Monday (June 11) at the Park Hyatt in Hamburg, Germany. The 29-year-old actress graces the cover of Manhattan‘s June issue, where she opens up about her marriage to John Krasinski and their future plans to start a family. Emily [...]

Nicholas Stoller Takes Townies

With his The Five-Year Engagement now in theaters, Nicholas Stoller has lined up his next project with the Universal Pictures comedy Townies. The Hollywood Reporter says that Stoller will direct with Zac Efron and Seth Rogen attached...Show More Summary

TICKET or SKIP IT: The Five-Year Engagement and The Raven

4 years agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Corey Wood loves John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, but can't stand the chemistry between Jason Segel and Emily Blunt. [...]

Q&A: Nick Stoller, The Five-Year Engagement Director

4 years agoSports : Grantland

The Forgetting Sarah Marshall director talks about his start as a writer and how his own marriage influenced his latest film.

The Five-Year Engagement’ and 21st Century Relationships

Imagine what some of our most beloved romantic films would look like if they were made in the 21st century. Laura and Alec of David Lean’s Brief Encounter could have managed their secret meetups over text. Harry and Sally could haveShow More Summary

Film Review: The Five-Year Engagement (Dir. Nicholas Stoller)

The Five-Year Engagement Dir. Nicholas Stoller [Universal Pictures; 2012] by Alex Peterson Rating: Only in a movie where people can get shot with an arrow from a crossbow and spend the rest of their night quietly recuperating on theShow More Summary

Why Think Like A Man Topped the Box Office Again and The Five-Year Engagement Bombed [Movies]

Once again, Think Like A Man was number one at the box office this weekend. The flick, based on the insulting self-help book by comedian Steve Harvey, only cost about $12 million to make, yet has already earned $60 million. What's interesting is that some folks didn't see this coming. Show More Summary

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