Release Day Round-Up: THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT (Starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt)

Release Day Round-Up: THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT (Starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt)
Release Day Round-Up is an ongoing feature here at Bigfanboy that will be posted on the day prior to any big release to showcase the important information and marketing material for the new movies being released the following day. This way you can make an informed decision on what movie (or movies) you will see on opening weekend. As always, let us know what you think in the comments, if you would like anything added and if you plan on seeing the particular movie being highlighted on opening weekend, sometime down the road, wait for it on home release or passing all together. Here’s all you could want to know about THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT:

THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT Official Website: www.TomandViolet.com Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/FiveYearEngagement Release Date: Friday, April 27, 2012 Critics Concensus: Rotten Tomatoes MPAA: R for sexual content and language throughout. Presentation: 2D Studio: Universal Pictures Genre: Comedy Screenwriters: Jason Segel, Nicholas Stoller Directed By: Nicholas Stoller Starring: Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie and Rhys Ifans. Synopsis: The director and writer/star of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" reteam for the irreverent comedy "The Five-Year Engagement." Beginning where most romantic comedies end, the new film from director Nicholas Stoller, producer Judd Apatow ("Knocked Up," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin") and Rodney Rothman (Get Him to the Greek) looks at what happens when an engaged couple, Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, keeps getting tripped up on the long walk down the aisle. The film was written by Segel and Stoller.  

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