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On-screen sweethearts Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway reunited once again in the notoriously sexy, intimate romantic comedy ...
Love and Other Drugs
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On screen sweethearts Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are stock between the sheets once again in the upcoming film Love and the Other Drugs. Despite the great acting chops of on both Gyllenhaal and Hathaway the great connection in the film doesn’t mean things weren’t awkward during the notoriously raising sex scenes. [Movie Playing] Gyllenhall plays Jamie Randall a womanizing salesman who meet Hathaway’s Maggie Murdock a cool chick who pretends to be find with everything. [Movie Playing] One thing for certain both characters loved to play the field but have no desire to actually full in love, after connecting in Brook Back Mountain it might be easy to see why these two blockbuster stars are easy to cast as a loving sexy couple. But Hathaway told Fox News that she was mortified getting naked in front of her co-star friend but she learned to deal with it. [Movie Playing] Anne Hathaway: I think that are two difficult, fun people and that are absolutely perfect for each other. [Movie Playing] And like the film itself it’s a story about growing, dealing with it and getting through the trials and tribulation of life. Jake Gyllenhaal: You know it’s a story about two people who are both running away from the same thing which is connecting, which is intimacy, which is caring for each other and which is I think probably if you really get down to it one of the scariest things can you can ask coming over me.