Check out the new Entertainment Weekly, featuring Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski on the cover! Inside, they talk about their TV wedding and pregnancy as supercute Office-couple Jim and Pam.
The hour-long wedding special will air Tonight!
And what's a wedding without a photo album, right? Check out their wedding photos here!
In celebration of the indie rom-com hit (500) Days of Summer, Entertainment Weekly is featuring a fun slide-show of the "25 Best Romantic Movies of the Past 25 Years."
That means Annie Hall, An Affair To Remember and From Here to Eternity won't make the cut, leaving room for some of our favorites like In The Mood For Love, Amelie and Edward Scissorhands.
Of course, no list will make everyone happy: We never cared for When Harry Met Sally... or Moulin Rouge, and a quick perusal of the comments section shows a lot of people are furious The Notebook was left off!
What do you think? Do they nail it? What would top your list?
Entertainment Weekly just posted a fun gallery of 19 Creepy Movie Stalkers which includes many of the usual suspects, and at least one surprising choice: Meg Ryan in Sleepless In Seattle.
They explain: Let the record show: Ryan's Annie fell for a man (Tom Hanks) she only knew from a radio call-in show. She sent him an admiring letter, flew 2,300 miles to spy on him, and then suggested that they rendezvous at the top of the Empire State Building. Apparently, director Nora Ephron couldn't dig up a Jimmy Durante tune evocative of a restraining order.
That got us thinking of other films that some think are sweet, and others creepy. The first one that came to mind was PS, I Love You. That's the one where Hillary Swank received letters from her recently departed husband. That's not cute, that's creepy!
It also got us thinking of last August, when we posted about the least-romantic songs that often get played at weddings.
Have you ever been shocked to realize a bit of romantic pop culture was really a lot darker than you first thought?
Nothing says Hollywood like a sequel!
In a sort of sequel to their recent gallery of fairytail wedding gowns, Eentertainment Weekly has just posted a new list, this time of dresses chosen by their readers.
Check out the high glamour in the fun new photo gallery, from classic films like It Happened One Night through the recent 27 Dresses.
Entertainment Weekly has just posted a great photo gallery of famous weddings gowns shown on both film and television. They cover everything from the newly released Bride Wars (yes, we're going to see this tonight and yes, we will be recapping it Monday for you), to The Sound of Music and Funny Face.
All we can say is we are glad they included Audrey Hepburn. And as a sidenote, could Amy Adams be any cuter in Enchanted?
Stay tuned for Monday's warring Bride Wars recap...