14 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About Romantic Movies That Sound Fake, But Aren't
From orgasms to Tom Hanks, this list has something for everyone.
Emma Stone had a "meltdown" while attempting to do the Dirty Dancing lift in Crazy, Stupid, Love.
The title for 10 Things I Hate About You was inspired by a real-life diary entry from the film's co-writer Karen McCullah.
While filming When Harry Met Sally, director Rob Reiner showed Meg Ryan exactly how he wanted her orgasm faked...in front of his mom.
Universal Pictures almost stopped The 40-Year-Old Virgin from being made because they thought Steve Carell looked like "a serial killer" in early footage.
Alicia Silverstone seriously didn't know how to pronounce "Haitians" while filming Clueless, and writer/director Amy Heckerling thought it was so funny, she asked that no one correct her.
The naked break-up scene in Forgetting Sarah Marshall is based on a real-life break-up Jason Segel went through.
Melissa McCarthy's Bridesmaids character was heavily inspired by the Mayor of Flavortown himself, Guy Fieri.
Molly Ringwald wanted Viggo Mortensen to play Jake Ryan in Sixteen Candles because he actually kissed her during his audition.
While filming Love & Other Drugs, Anne Hathaway accidentally flashed the cast and crew during rehearsal.
Ryan Gosling landed the lead in The Notebook specifically because he's "not handsome."
While filming a sex scene in No Strings Attached, Ashton Kutcher's main note was that he was taking TOO LONG to finish.
Director David O. Russell wrote Silver Linings Playbook with Zooey Deschanel and Vince Vaughn in mind for the lead roles, which ended up going to Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.
And finally, Rita Wilson convinced her husband, Tom Hanks, to produce My Big Fat Greek Wedding after taking him to writer/actor Nia Vardalos' one-person show.
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