Full-Length Trailer for Ensemble RomCom Valentine's Day
"Young love: full of promise, full of hope, ignorant of reality." Warner Brothers has debuted the full-length theatrical trailer (via Moviefone) for Valentine's Day, the ensemble romantic comedy that's just like Love Actually but set around Valentine's Day instead of Christmas. The cast includes just about everyone: Bradley Cooper, Taylor Lautner, Jessica Alba, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Emma Roberts, Topher Grace, Patrick Dempsey, Taylor Swift, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah, Shirley MacLaine, Carter Jenkins, and George Lopez. It don't think it looks that bad. Watch and enjoy, if you can?
Watch the theatrical trailer for Valentine's Day:
You can also watch the full Valentine's Day trailer in High Definition on Moviefone
Intertwining individuals in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures of Valentine's Day.
Valentine's Day is directed by Hollywood's go-to romantic comedy "mastermind", Garry Marshall, of everything from The Lottery to Pretty Woman to Exit to Eden to Runaway Bride to The Princess Diaries to the atrocious Georgia Rule previously. The screenplay was co-written by writing partners Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, of Never Been Kissed and He's Just Not That Into You previously. New Line Cinema is bringing Valentine's Day to theaters on, you guessed it, Valentine's Day next year, February 12th, 2010.
Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner evidence!!!!!! hahahhahah
Aaron on Dec 18, 2009
Well, this film looks like a bad version of "Love, Actually." Ashton Kutcher as a narrator bugs me, first of all. Second, while this cast is pretty dang good, the writing just doesn't look as strong as I had hoped. By the way, is the Lautner-Swift relationship just early publicity for this film? Think about it...
Matt Bacon on Dec 18, 2009
samuel j on Dec 18, 2009
this is the bro-tastic scum of hollywood parading around in a shit barrel of a film CANT WAIT
real talk on Dec 18, 2009
Smug... and smug again...
Stan on Dec 18, 2009
Any movie trailer that uses that god awful black eyed peas song gets a big fat FAIL in my book. Seriously, that song is just...horrible. Paired with this seemingly craptastic romcom cash in i think we have the makings of an apocalypse.
OhGodNo on Dec 18, 2009
Stick to the camera commercials. No. Actually, stop doing those as well.
Mike on Dec 18, 2009
Why is Julia Roberts in an Army uniform @ 2:16, but in civi's everywhere else?
Dave on Dec 18, 2009
Proof that no amount of stars can make a bad movie into a good one.
Eliza on Dec 18, 2009
An American attempt at 'Love Actually'.........
Marty on Dec 19, 2009
Give it a chance
Scott McHenry on Dec 19, 2009
Use of Mika song= rip off of the New York I love You Trailer. It looks really bad.
Rena on Dec 19, 2009
Lol. It looks so dumb, but I still want to see it.
Lar on Dec 19, 2009
You guys all know the girlfriend is going to drag you to this thing. At least you get to stare at Jessica Alba, Jessica Beil and Talyor Swift in very short shorts.
600RR on Dec 19, 2009
hmmmmm is it me or did anyone of you guys also felt like "holy smoke, am i the only one who is not in this movie :D" this is a crowded cast and kinda looks funny we'll see 😀
Burak "D'aequitas" on Dec 20, 2009
Ashton Kutcher voice-over sucks, and couldn't they use a song other than that horrid Black-EyedPEas song? Wo, like #15 says, that is a crowded movie!
F.C. on Dec 20, 2009
Maybe it's not gonna be a masterpiece but it'll be fun to watch...love Jennifer Garner's character...date in a bar with a 10 year old...can't wait
Nuika on Dec 20, 2009
i hope the avengers movie will at least have a casting like that(without jessica alba please)
yojoe on Dec 20, 2009
every female cast member in this movie gives me a boner. yes, including shirley maclaine.
snitch robinson on Dec 20, 2009
#14 you assume a lot of people who frequent movie sites.
Frank on Dec 21, 2009
lol leave the Black Eye Peas alone lol, the film has a great cast hopefully that will help out shine the movie....only time will tell if this movie can fulfill it's promise
blue & orange ny on Dec 21, 2009
Looks entertaining. I'm sure it won't be as good as Love Actually but it still looks entertaining.
LC on Dec 30, 2009
kombi tamiri on Jan 6, 2010
Ellz on Jan 11, 2010
WHATS THE NAME OF THE SONG IN THE TRAILER???????
vanessa on Jan 21, 2010
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