Archive for the ‘Wedding Movies’ Category
Posted on March 3rd, 2008 by Kori Ellis in News, Wedding Movies
Posted on February 13th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Wedding Attire, Wedding Movies
For months, women (and men) around the globe have been gabbing about the upcoming Sex and the City movie slated to be released in May.
Though there was a short teaser clip back in December, now we get our first real glimpse into the movie with the full 2 1/2 minute theatrical trailer that was released recently.
From watching the trailer, you will see that Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) is finally set to marry Mr. Big (Chris Noth). But whether they will actually say “I do” remains to be seen.
A couple other interesting notes from the trailer is that Steve (David Eigenberg) reveals to Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) that he cheated on her once. Plus, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is finally pregnant and of course Samantha (Cynthia Nixon) is also up to her same old tricks.
This is one movie that I can’t wait to see. I loved the HBO series and I hope they did great things with this flick.
Dreamgirls’ Jennifer Hudson co-stars in the movie as Carrie’s assistant. The film is scheduled to release on May 30, 2008.
Posted on December 21st, 2007 by Courtney in Celebrity Weddings, News, Wedding Fun, Wedding Movies
Do you want one of the ugly dresses from Katherine Heigl’s “27 Dresses”? I am not sure why anyone would, but check out this post from Edie over at Just A Formality.
As you can see, some stores are actually now selling some replica styles of the ugly bridemaids dresses that were in the movie. I’m not really sure why anyone would want them, but maybe there’s a market for ugly dresses.
If you want your bridesmaids to look stylish instead of ugly, I’d rather go with one of the fabulous dresses available from Mori Lee.
Below are two of my favorites from the Mori Lee Affairs Bridesmaid Collection, which will have your bridesmaids looking pretty in pink. These dresses are also available in dozens of other colors.
You can find out more about these adorable dresses and located at store near you by visiting morilee.com.
Posted on December 7th, 2007 by Courtney in Wedding Movies
As a society, we definitely love weddings. That’s got to be why there are so many movies that have wedding-centered plots, right?
Well, there’s yet another one coming out, and I think it looks hilarious. Really, though, what’s a movie about love if there’s no humor? And furthermore, what’s a marriage without some hilarity? Clearly the theme of this movie is on the right track.
So what is this mystery film? The movie is called 27 Dresses, and it’s scheduled to hit theaters in early 2008. The main character? Katherin Heigl. (Wow! Has she ever been busy!)
Heigl is a bridesmaid in the movie, but a bride in reality, with her own wedding scheduled for Dec. 23. (That’s this Sunday!) A bit of a stretch from real life, though, the movie focuses on Heigl as a character that’s “always a bridesmaid, never a bride.” Hence, the 27 dresses.
Heigl’s character, Jane, is idealistic, romantic and completely selfless. She’s perfectly content playing the bridesmaid role over and over again, even though her own happy ending is nowhere in sight. But when her younger sister Tess captures the heart of Jane’s boss, with whom she is secretly in love, Heigl’s character begins to reconsider her “always-a-bridesmaid” lifestyle.
It certainly seems like it’ll be a hit, but we’ll let you know what we really think when the movie finally debuts in theaters. Until then, though, enjoy the movie’s trailer, over and over and over again!
(Photo credit: Fox 2000 Pictures)
If you’re a fan of modern wedding movies, I’ve got some good news for you. It looks like we’re going to have a fabulously funny chick flick on our hands sometime next year called ‘Bride Wars.’
The best part? It’s staring Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway.
If you’re excited already, just wait until you hear the synopsis:
According to Entertainment Weekly, “Hathaway and Hudson will play best friends who get into a rift when their planned wedding dates clash. Neither one will step aside, so the two [brides-to-be] compete over venues, services, and guests.”
Though Hathaway just decided to sign on to star in the movie this week, Hudson committed earlier this year to star in and produce the wedding comedy.
The talented cast isn’t all this movie has to offer either. Gary Winick, director of 13 Going on 30 has also joined the ranks, making this movie a virtually guaranteed success when it hits the box office.
Unfortunately, it looks like we’re going to have to wait until the middle or end of 2008 to finally get a glimpse of the finished product. Filming begins early next year.