Entertainment Weekly reunited the main cast to grace the cover of their romantic double issue, revealing new stories about the film. Other classic films also featured in the issue include When Harry Met Sally…, Pretty In Pink, 27 Dresses and Four Weddings And A Funeral.
Cameron Diaz On Nicole Richie’s Obsession With The Movie
“My sister-in-law is obsessed with this movie. We went to Chicago, like, a year and a half ago, and she took me to every single [location]. She’s like, ‘Remember when you were walking down the street right here and then…; It was so much fun. I was like, ‘Yes, I think I do.’ She’s like, ‘I do, and it really means a lot to me, so I would like for you to pretend like you do.’”
So jealous. I want to be related to Cameron. Speaking of Diaz, how is it possible that she and Julia Roberts look the same, if not better, than they did when the film was initially released in 1997? Seriously, time has stood still. No tea, no shade but the same can’t be said for Rupert Everett and Dermot Mulroney. Sure, they still look good but the ladies are certainly winning the age-defying game.
Check out more pics from the reunion shoot below.
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