I look into the Future and say the one with Joel Kinnaman. What’s YOUR Favorite Romantic Comedy?
Joel Kinnaman is on a roll.
The movie is already in production and Kinnaman replaces Orlando Bloom as a tattoo artist who dumps his fiancée three weeks before the wedding. Reports actually are split between if he’s playing a tattoo artist or a tattoed artist but hey, he’s in the movie and that’s all I need to know.
The crushed girlfriend (Greta Gerwig) proceeds to embark on a series of desperate encounters as she finds herself questioning her place in the world on the cusp of turning 30.
Yup, I guess it’s another one of those movies. You know, the Letters to Juliet kind who never ever delivers anything remotely fresh in either story or dialogue.
I usually end up liking all of them anyway. Who cares Hollywood can’t make a new When Harry met Sally? I recently watched Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston team up in romantic comedy Just Go with It and I even liked that one. I guess as long as they have the comedy down, I don’t care if the romantic part is flawed.
I would like to end with two questions. The first one concerning why Orlando Bloom quit the movie, but i suspect it’s either the classic creative differences or he’s scared of needles. So I guess we’re down to one question:
What’s YOUR favorite romantic comedy?
More Joel Kinnaman from Lunki and Sika:
- Don’t Just Go With It (bohemienpoet.wordpress.com)
- Joel Kinnaman from The Killing: An Interview (slate.com)
- No Strings Attached (chaos878.wordpress.com)
- Women Falling Down in Romantic Comedies (neatorama.com)
- Vilket flyt, Kinnaman (aftonbladet.se)
- Kinnaman klar för nya Falk-deckare (aftonbladet.se)
- Joel Kinnaman klar för ny Hollywoodfilm (expressen.se)
- Kinnaman klar för ny Hollywoodfilm (dn.se)