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Julie RobertsConfession time: we love Julia Roberts. We loved her in "Pretty Woman" (which is 20 years old this year!), we loved her in "Hook," we loved her in "Erin Brockovich," and we just know we're going to love her in "Eat Pray Love." Fortunately for us, it seems that Entertainment Weekly loves her just as much as we do, since they dedicated their August 6 issue (out on newsstands today) to her upcoming film.

Probably the most fun segment of the interview that we've had a chance to look at is when EW asks Julia about all her food eating in the Italy portion of "Eat Pray Love." Turns out that any weight gain you see in the film is au natural, since Julia said she gained seven to 10 pounds during those filming scenes.

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The cast for Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis' new movie just got a whole lot bigger.

"Friends With Benefits" (not to be confused with the Olivia Thirlby-Natalie Portman film also in production) has added Hollywood Crush faves Emma Stone and Andy Samberg to the ever-growing list of amazing folks who have signed on to the comedy, along with veteran actors Woody Harrelson (Emma's "Zombieland" costar), Patricia Clarkson, Richard Jenkins, and Jenna Elfman.

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With EW's surprise announcement yesterday that Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds are set to be starring in yet another romantic comedy together, suddenly Scarlett Johansson's choice to smooch Sandy at the MTV Movie Awards doesn't seem so random.

Maybe her jealousy was less from the fact that her hubby got to smooch the Generation Award winning star in "The Proposal" and more from the fact he's be getting to do it all over again in the upcoming "Most Wanted."

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After the first "Sex And The City" flick hit theaters in 2008, fans still wanted to know what would happen in the lives of Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda. So, that brings us to 2010 and the release of "Sex And The City 2." And even though the film has barely been out for a full Memorial Day weekend, Kim Cattrall hasn't ruled out the possibility of another flick in the beloved franchise.

"That's totally not up to me, thank God! Thank God I don't have to write that third script; that would be so daunting, but that's up to Michael [Patrick King, the director]," she told MTV News when asked what she might like to see happen next. "I don't know if there will be a third. I hope there will be. I think there's more stories to be told. That's totally his call."

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It's been a while since we heard any news on the "Life As We Know It" front, but today we have been graced with a trailer of the upcoming Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel romcom. What do you have ahead of you? About two and a half minutes of a screaming couple running around after a much quieter baby. But don't worry, it's cute. Sort of.

If you feel like you're having deja vu, don't worry, Katherine Heigl also has another romcom about to make its way in to theaters. At least "Life" is somewhat distinguishable from "Killers," thanks to that film being about a spy couple and this one following an unattached, unlikely couple who are brought together after their best friends pass away and leave them custody of their baby.

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Charlotte is the most prudish of the four girls in "Sex And The City," which might be why the franchise's writer/director, Michael Patrick King, thinks it's so funny to put Charlotte, and ultimately Kristin Davis, in very compromising, embarrassing situations. In the series, she had the very famous French food bathroom scene. In the first flick, she once again found herself in the ladies room equally unhappy.

And, now in the second flick, "Sex And The City 2,", Charlotte is back in her favorite room again, left embarrassed one more time. But, she really doesn’t want us to say what happens (hint: it involves the nanny!). "Please don't say it!" she pleaded. Can you believe Michael Patrick King? You should give him a hard time for me, OK?"

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This summer is a big deal for the large majority of the world, and it's not just because "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" is hitting theaters. In case you've been living under a rock (or are a "true American" who doesn't believe a football can be a black and white sphere), the FIFA World Cup is taking place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, and that is all everyone except the US will be watching for the majority of that time.

It's why there are so few films being released worldwide during that period of time, and why the World Cup is the first time the television event has been broadcast in 3-D. One film in particular is in danger of losing any chance of making money outside of American borders: ""Sex and the City 2". It's opening in the UK on June 10, the day before the opening games of the World Cup begin. Click on after the jump to see the film's ballsy challenge to its competition.

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It's always a blast for the audience when two stars who are in love film a romantic movie together. Case in point: "The Notebook." "Cruel Intentions" and "The Last Song." The sexual energy is just a little bit higher, and the intimate moments are just that much more realistic, and the romance off screen really lends itself to making a believable story on screen.

So, needless to say, we're pretty excited about Drew Barrymore and Justin Long's "Going The Distance." Since we spotted the two of them making out on the set back in October, and learned that Charlie Day and Christina Applegate would be joining the cast, we've been anxiously awaiting the trailer for the film, due out August 27. Well, that day has finally come.

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We all know how easy it is for Valentine's Day — the holiday, not the movie — to stir up all kinds of emotions. Some love to hate it, others hate to love it. So when the cast of "Valentine's Day" — the movie, not the holiday — got together for a special featurette on the new DVD, it was quite hilarious to find out what this group of A-Listers (who, in our mind, probably never have trouble in the love department) really think about the day-o-romance.

The best responses? It was a tie between Patrick Dempsey with, "I think it's the most unromantic day out there" and Topher Grace's "It's a nice little way to kind of check in on your relationship, and also, it's its own living hell." Taylor Swift also had a nice thought: "Everybody over thinks Valentine's Day." Press play below to see more from our EXCLUSIVE look at the "V-Day" featurette!

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Valentine's DayIt's been a while since "Valentine's Day" warmed our hearts in theaters, but the box office romcom hit is hot on everyone's minds now that its sequel, "New Year's Eve," has been greenlit to be released December 9, 2011, the DVD comes out tomorrow and Taylor Lautner and" Taylor Swift were nominated for Best Kiss at the MTV Movie Awards for their smooch in the film. MTV News caught up with director Gary Marshall to get his take on the Taylor/Taylor relationship and an update on the film's sequel.

Turns out Gary wasn't surprised that two of his most high profile young stars got together during filming. "That happens with young people," he said. "I usually always start with kissing or they worry about it the whole time. We did like five, six takes. And the first take was a little uncomfortable. By the sixth take, they were dating! Life happens like that."

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