Do any of you have a worst Valentine’s Day experience? In some ways, it worked out and in some ways it didn’t, but I think that every opportunity we have in our industry to make what we’re doing something more environmentally conscious is a good thing. is just a city full of people going through the same little triumphs and tragedies in their love lives as anyone, anywhere else in the world. To work with Garry Marshall and to be back in comedy, working with Jess [Biel] and Jen [Garner] in my scenes, it was great. What do you turn to for comfort, at disappointing times? The most important thing is, four or five days before that day comes, get something for her, so you’re prepared.
So, this movie was mostly a green movie and coming and supporting a movie that was made that way can contribute to that. You always see it as the backdrop for some other world. Kutcher: A friend of mine once told me that Los Angeles is a city filled with the second best looking person from every town across the America. There was a Laverne and Shirley type energy going on. We had a great time and, to be able to be back to some comedy, I was excited for the chance to work with everybody. Kutcher: When it comes to love, everyone wants to receive it, but at the end of the day, you don’t get to receive it until you start to give it. Then you can go without doing something the rest of the year. Kutcher: For the movie, we’re doing a thing online where people are posting their best Valentine’s Day gifts and their worst Valentine’s Day gifts. They’re going to compile them into the 100 best Valentine’s Day gifts and the 100 worst Valentine’s Day gifts, so just go to the best list and pick something off of that.
Lately, for example, she has been attempting to procure an introduction to Ina Garten, the cheerfully rotund television cook better known as the Barefoot Contessa.
“I know somebody who is a friend of hers, and she says she’s going to get us together,” says Garner, an enthusiastic home cook who seems to have a history of obsessing over celebrity chefs (she owns a Labrador retriever named Martha Stewart). I tried to use my, well, you know…I say, use what you have to make the world better or for yourself! ”If Garner—who is dressed today in worn jeans, a gray sweater and running shoes, with her hair pulled into a ponytail—sounds more like a desperate housewife than a big-time movie star, that’s partly because lately she has spent more time dealing with diapers and dinner than filming love scenes or posing on red carpets.
The way that arrangement shows up can affect a relationship. I love life, I love people and I love sharing, so I would say that I’m romantic. Romance is romance, but in addition, romance can just be breakfast over the tops of heads.
It’s almost like, if you can find something like that, that can really translate what it is that you’re trying to say, it’s a big deal.
Following the intertwining storylines of a diverse group of Los Angelenos as they navigate their way through romance and heartbreak over the course of one Valentine’s Day, the film showcases new love, young love, long-time love, the love between best friends and the heartbreak that can result.
During a press conference for the film, co-stars Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Bradley Cooper, Jamie Foxx, Ashton Kutcher and Topher Grace talked about love, romance and living in Los Angeles. We went to party, kicked it, went back to my crib, made love and then, after that, we cuddled and talked, and I woke up that next morning and smelled breakfast. I was like, “Wow, she’s great.” We hung out, and then she left. That was back when there were no cell phones, and I didn’t call Tuesday or Wednesday. Oh, and by the way, he has a Range Rover like yours, only it’s this year’s.” Can you give any tips for a healthy Valentine’s Day?
“I want to be able to tell, Is that spot on her leg ringworm or a dry patch?
” But instead, she found herself spending most of her college days onstage.
“I mean, I didn’t ever watch and think, Those people are actors,” she says. Hollywood just felt like this total other universe.” She enrolled at Denison University with hopes of going to medical school, something she still fantasizes about.
“When my daughter has a fever, I want to be able to look in her ears myself and not have to call someone,” she says.
Before we cast her, there were people who questioned: ‘Is she tough enough? ’ Two minutes later she was on the cover of every magazine, and no one was saying those things anymore.”Meanwhile, on the big screen, Garner was showing off her range with a diverse string of projects, playing a tween magically transformed into a grown-up in , which also starred Affleck.