Scarlett Johansson is reportedly dating Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
But maybe you have some reservations about the horrifyingly racist overtones in some of that movie’s scenes, even though you can’t help loving Audrey Hepburn. The initial gathering of candidates was great fun; the subsequent reaping less so. Somewhere we have to draw the line between the actual rom-coms and the coming of age movies, or mysteries, or adventures. We root for Albert Brooks’s Aaron Altman, the brainy, nervous, serious journalist who competes for the affections of neurotic producer Jane Craig (Holly Hunter) against the impossibly polished (and intellectually inferior) Tom Grunick (William Hurt). Lonely, powerful dudes have been making off with damsels and then hiding them away since at least Greek mythology and probably before. Like many of the films on this list, takes place in a bourgeois universe, where the greatest thing at risk is someone’s heart, or future emotional happiness, but few films have so effectively crystalized the alienation of both travel and marriage, as well as the difficulties of postcollegiate, and then midlife, malaise.
It’s for this reason we need to apologize in advance: A number of your favorite romantic comedies will not be on this list. Others—and this part got a little heated—we just couldn’t get on board with. Hopefully, as a benefit to any disappointment of missing favorites, you’ll find some new ones you didn’t yet know you liked. Brooks is the producer behind films like “Tale as old as time . Where Disney scored with its animated musical was in—pardon the pun—reanimating that classic story line in a way that was appealing to our eyes and ears, and that of our kids’, while maintaining some real danger in the narrative. to get you over getting over your ex: But it’s Hepburn, aiming for a comeback following some serious bombs, and her witty repartee with her two love interests, Grant (her yacht-designing reformed bad boy of an ex-husband) and Stewart (a tabloid reporter), that is the movie’s bread and butter. The older man and the younger woman don’t so much meet-cute as crash into each other, picking up each other’s pieces, redeeming each other’s lives as they navigate their surreal setting. to reevaluate your checklist: The motherless daughter, caring for her father and looking for her prince, is a trope that goes back to the fairy tales, but how Alicia Silverstone (who plays our hero, Cher) and writer-director Amy Heckerling contemporized that narrative is what made what could have been a silly teen flick into an instant classic.
But, perhaps more like his Don Jon, Gordon-Levitt also said he's "quick to run" from long-term relationships and possibly marriage altogether.
"I think I'm a good person and a good boyfriend," the actor told Stern.
"She is not in show business." Gordon-Levitt, 32, refused to reveal his lady love's name, or how long they've been dating, but explained that she doesn't want to be a part of his Hollywood life.
"You can imagine not wanting to have that kind of scrutiny," he said.
Robinson, you’re trying to seduce” but this movie is so much more than dialogue.
(Note: Hoffman might have been playing 21 when he said this line, but the actor was 29; Anne Bancroft, the supposedly senior Mrs.
Obviously, one make out does not a relationship make, and Scar's friends insist the two are keeping it breezy, so maybe we don't need to find solace in our fallback boyfriends Ben and Jerry just yet...
but the actor says he isn't as much of a Don Juan in real life.
There's been a decidedly somber tone in the MTV Newsroom (centered largely around my desk) since Ryan Gosling declared his intentions with Eva Mendes by taking her on a Disneyland date back in September.