Plus, 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3' Comes to Theaters This Weekend!
Hi,there! Divorce is the word that can sum up summer 2023, with many famous couples calling it quits and leading us to channel our relationship angst into some gems like Marriage Story or The Break-Up. However, for those looking for something new, there's the third installment in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding franchise from Nia Vardalos and a twisty limited series starring LaKeith Stanfield. Plus, The Little Mermaid is now streaming on Disney+! Happy viewing.
Starring Atlanta's LaKeith Stanfield and Clark Backo, the eight-part drama is a modern-day fairytale about parenthood following a father whose world is upended after his wife grows increasingly disinterested in their son.
Written, directed by and starring Nia Vardalos, the new movie follows the Portokalos family as they reunite for a trip to Greece after the death of patriarch Gus (who was previously played by Michael Constantine before he died in 2021).
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Guess the Movie
The movie marked star Reese Witherspoon's official return to the romcom world after she last appeared in 2012's This Means War.
Released in 2017, the movie reunited Witherspoon with Sweet Home Alabama co-star Candice Bergen.
Often mistaken for a Nancy Meyers movie, this romcom is actually directed by her daughter, Hallie Meyers-Shyer.
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Trailer of the Day
There are plenty of accents on display in the first extended look at director Jeff Nichols' new drama about various members of a 1960s motorcycle club starring Tom Hardy, Austin Butler and Jodie Comer. After first premiering at the Telluride Film Festival, Bikeriders will hit theaters on Dec. 1.
The past few months of 2023 could be dubbed "Hot Mess Summer" thanks to all the very public celebrity breakups, from Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner's ongoing divorce to the news of Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas' separation. With that in mind, here's how these fictional couples handled their unexpected splits:
Often compared to Kramer vs. Kramer, this drama stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver as an embattled couple navigating a split from opposite sides of the country, with Laura Dern winning an Oscar for her tour-de-force performance as a divorce lawyer.
Starring Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn, the romcom tells the story of a couple who finally decides to end their relationship although neither one of them is willing to move out of their shared condo.
Starring Lisa Edelstein, the series follows a successful self-help book author who turns to her many friends for advice while facing an unexpected divorce and an impending, new life as a single woman in her 40s.