The Wedding Party That Never Ended
Six degrees of separation is remarkably prevalent to many things in our lives. No, it’s not a perfect scientific theory, but the more you talk with people and discover things about them, it’s usually mind-blowing how connected we all really are. The best part is you never expect it. You could be on a blind date and, halfway through, you realize a commonality that seemed entirely improbable.
How? When? With who, again?
The same applies to movies. And the 2005 fan favorite, Wedding Crashers (one of the best buddy comedies and most quotable films in recent memory) was the unlikely springboard to future collaborations and careers:
- It featured supporting actor Bradley Cooper, before he became an Oscar nominated machine
- Brought back Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell in a not-so-goofy comedy and led to the completely unrelated “sequel,” The Internship, in which the comedic trio reunited
- Inspired the on-screen romantic return in, Midnight in Paris with Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams (though in a different mood)
- Inspired the engaged coupling return of Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams in a soon-to-be-released movie, Aloha
Speaking of Hawaii, has anyone ever met Pierce Brosnan? Hey, just like the trailer below, you never know what someone is going to say…
Aloha arrives in theaters on May 29, 2015.
Boosted careers and created lasting partnerships, that’s what Wedding Crashers did.
Posted on April 3, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged "Wedding Crashers", Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Hawaii, Hollywood, John Krasinski, new movie trailer, Rachel McAdams, romantic comedy, six degrees of separation, video clip. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.