There are some big hopes for BRIDESMAIDS. The movie has a bunch of ladies taking center stage in a raunchy R-rated comedy. It was written by chicks and has the stamp of man-boy approval from Judd Apatow. I am nowhere near as excited to see this movie as the other chicks I hear talking about it. Perhaps it's because I've been fortunate that my friends like living in sin or getting married ghetto courthouse style and I've never really dealt with the trappings of bridesmaid-foolery. But it's a great excuse for a battle.
She's now best known for some questionable public antics, a role on "Mad Men" and her upcoming turn as Emma Frost in X-MEN: FIRST CLASS but once upon a time Jones was nothing more than Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend (whom he went on record to say wouldn't have a career in the acting industry for very long) and Michelle Flaherty's little sister and chosen bridesmaid in AMERICAN WEDDING. Or maybe she was the maid of honor. I don't care, I wanted her in this line-up.
Anyone here remember a movie Mandy Moore did back in 2003 called HOW TO DEAL? Yeah, I didn't think so. While the movie did indeed stink, it also featured the young, unmarried Moore with that short hairdo and round cheeks just begging for some pinching (so sue me, I thought she was hella cute with that chipmunk face). It also showed her in lavender satin as her sister's bridesmaid.
I wouldn't have felt right doing a bridesmaid battle without including the queen of the bridesmaids, Katherine Heigl. She was the lady in waiting for 27 different brides in 27 DRESSES. Of course she inevitably and predictably gets her own guy. Yes, you hate that movie if you have any sense in your head. Yes, chicks will make you watch that movie and gauge your reaction to it to determine if you did on weddings. Heigl has a great rack. Did that distract you enough?
Which is your favorite bridesmaid?