It's not too often that a movie comes along that is all about weddings and you don't have to bribe, beg or drag your guy into the theater! 'I Love You, Man,' opening March 20, is just that film -- so take a break from wedding planning with your beloved and check out this heartwarming bromantic comedy!
In the film, Paul Rudd plays a guy who's getting married, but missing a key ingredient for his big day -- a best man! Rudd tells Entertainment Tonight more about his character's plight: "I'm getting married and I have no friends! Through the course of my engagement I realize I have no male friends, because I've been kind of a girlfriend guy most of my life. So I need to find some friends and I meet Sydney (Jason Segel) and for the first time in my life, I have a buddy!"
Rudd goes on a series of "man-dates," while his fiancee (played by Rashida Jones) slowly starts to feel a little neglected! The big question seems to be: Will there actually be a wedding in the end, or just a blossoming bromance?
'I Love You, Man' also stars Jaime Pressly and Jon Favreau and was directed by John Hamburg -- also responsible for such movie faves like 'Along Came Polly' and 'Meet the Fockers.'
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