no last image as it'd give the game away completely. How about the first and last line of dialogue instead?
first ~ "That Cameron Diaz is hot."
last ~ "It was when I met these guys, my friends."Can you guess the movie? I actually don't like this one at all but some of you are bound to be fans. To each their own!
It's [Highlight for the answer] The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy (2000) by Greg Berlanti.
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Greg Berlanti made a splash in 2000 by writing and directing the cult favorite “The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy,” catching much of the cast (Zach Braff, Timothy Olyphant, Nia Long and Jennifer Coolidge) right before their breakout popularity. He went from there to produce popular TV like “Dawson’s Creek,” “Everwood” and “Brothers & Sisters,” and premiered a new show in this fall’s season, “No Ordinary Family.”
In film, he is involved in both writing and producing the new “Green Lantern” film, slated for release in 2011, and is involved in preproduction for “The Flash.
Holly Berenson (Katherine Heigl) is an up-and-coming caterer and Eric Messer (Josh Duhamel) is a promising network sports director. After a disastrous first date, the only thing they have in common is their dislike for each other and their love for their goddaughter, Sophie. But when they suddenly become all Sophie has in the world, Holly and Messer are forced to put their differences aside. Juggling career ambitions and competing social calendars, they’ll have to find some common ground while living under one roof.
Christina Hendricks, Josh Lucas and Melissa McCarthy join Duhamel and Heigl in Life as We Know It for supporting roles. This drama comedy is directed by Greg Berlanti (The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy).
Village Roadshow and Warner Bros Pictures will open Life As We Know It
Organizers said Wednesday that the 28th edition of the gay and lesbian film festival will screen 147 pics -- 60 features and 87 shorts -- from 23 countries during the July 8-18 event.
"Howl," which stars James Franco, Jon Hamm and David Strathairn, will be presented at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles as part of the opening-night gala. There, actress Jane Lynch will receive this year's Outfest Achievement Award, to be presented by fellow "Glee" cast member Chris Coffer and director Paris Barclay.
Other gala screenings on tap include Cheryl Dunye's hybrid thriller/documentary "The Owls," screening as the U.S. Dramatic Centerpiece, and the feature debut from Outfest Screenwriting Lab fellow Javier Fuentes-Leon, "Undertow" (Contracorriente), the International Dramatic Centerpiece.
The fest will celebrate
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Greg Berlanti | Josh Duhamel | Katherine Heigl | Life As We Know It
Created by writer Gardner Fox and artist Harry Lampert, the original 'Flash' first appeared in "Flash Comics" #1 (January 1940). 'Jay Garrick', nicknamed the 'Scarlet Speedster', possessed 'super-speed', including the ability to move extremely fast, using superhuman reflexes that seemingly violate laws of physics.
Garrick, a college student, gained his speed through the inhalation of hard water vapors. He wore a winged metal helmet reminiscent of the Greek god Hermes (Mercury) .
'Barry Allen', a police scientist, gained his super-speed after being bathed in chemicals after a shelf of them was struck by lightning, adopting "The Flash' name after reading a comic book featuring the Golden Age Flash.
Following yesterday's geekgasm that Batman scribe David Goyer is to write a new Superman movie called The Man of Steel - with The Dark Knight co-writer Jonah Nolan helping on script duties and Christopher Nolan executive-producing - comes another exciting revelation.
IESB is reporting that Warner Bros new DC Entertainment division is also keen to get The Flash up and running on the big screen and that Greg Berlanti is the frontrunner to take on directing duties.
Berlanti co-wrote Green Lantern and was set to direct it before Warner Bros instead opted to put Casino Royale's Martin Campbell in the hotseat.
Berlanti, the co-creator of Us TV series Eli Stone, previously directed The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy. His second directing endeavour, a comedy called Life As We Know It, comes out in December.
For more about how DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson has revived the cinematic opportunities for the company’s cherished superheroes, hit the jump.
As we reported back in September, Nelson, who was previously the President of Warner Premiere
The 2005 movie beat Beautiful Thing and Shelter to the top of a new online poll compiled by website AfterElton.com.
The top 10 is:
1. Brokeback Mountain
2. Beautiful Thing
4. Latter Days
7. Get Real
8. Big Eden
9. The Broken Hearts Club
10. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
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