Two teaser trailers and posters have been released for the rom-com Love, Rosie. Based on author Cecelia Ahern’s novel Where Rainbows End, the film stars Lily Collins (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) as best friends since school “who find that life often gets in the way of love but, true love just like true friendship, never dies.” Complications in their relationship ensue, causing the prospect of a romantic life together to be thrown into question. These teasers are cute and funny, although Collins telling Claflin that a girl he has a crush on is “out of his league” is preposterous. Claflin may be a good actor (I liked him in Catching Fire), but no one can convince me he isn’t handsome.
Hit the jump to check out the Love, Rosie trailers and posters, and click here for Steve’s interview with Claflin where he talks about the movie. The film opens in the U.K. this fall, and also stars Jaime Winstone, Christian Cooke, Suki Waterhouse, Tamsin Egerton, Jamie Beamish, Ger Ryan and Lorcan Cranitch. No U.S. release has been announced.
Posters via Heatworld.
Pratt certainly steals the spotlight, but all four videos have loads of behind-the-scenes footage well worth checking out.
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