It was only a matter of time before Sam Claflin and Lily Collins, rising stars of young Hollywood and veterans of last year's two best (okay, only) movie reboots of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," tried their respective hands at the romantic comedy genre—but even though it was bound to happen, can we talk about the extra-super cuteness of it happening for both of them, at the same time, in the same movie?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sam and Lily are set to star together in "Love, Rosie," a movie based on the book by Cecelia Ahern.
Although the report doesn't say so specifically, we can assume that the duo will star as the book's two main characters Rosie and Alex: a pair of childhood friends who, at 17, are seemingly the only ones who haven't realized they belong together. But just when it seems that their 'ship will finally sail, Rosie finds out that a one-night stand with a guy who isn't Alex has left her pregnant, and her hopes for a life with the boy she loves are dashed once and for all. OR ARE THEY? (Of course not! Right? Otherwise, why would there be a movie?)
Filming begins this year, and we strongly suggest you get psyched; this story comes from the same author whose book "P.S. I Love You" was made into the movie of the same name, which means we can count on serious sweetness and at least a few tears.
Are you excited to see Sam and Lily play out this romantic entanglement on-screen?