Romantic Comedies

J.Lo plays a jilted pop star in the upcoming film that co-stars Owen Wilson and Sarah Silverman.
Christa B. Allen, who starred alongside Jennifer Garner in the rom-com, celebrated by analyzing what the genre teaches girls about womanhood.
Debuting Dec. 2, the gay romantic comedy finds Michael Urie feeling less than merry after getting caught up in a Christmas love triangle.
Luke Macfarlane is joining the cast of "Bros," which is being billed as the first rom-com about gay men to be produced by a major studio. It's due out in 2022.
Movies on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max and elsewhere with a Valentine's Day vibe.
The unabashedly soapy Netflix series offers many of the same pleasures as the star’s past projects, but with a more substantial and female-focused center.
The newly released comedy stars Haaz Sleiman and Michael Cassidy as a cross-cultural couple navigating faith-based obstacles to intimacy.
"As far as romantic comedies go, that was a really good one," the "Greenlights" author said.
The 25-year-old star of "The Broken Hearts Gallery" talks representation, authenticity and releasing a movie during a worldwide pandemic.
Rachel Leigh Cook is the star of a new romantic comedy called "Love, Guaranteed."
During the coronavirus pandemic, people have taken to their couches to watch the classic movies and the latest television shows which can help them deal with what is going on in the world.
Freeform's new gay romantic comedy, starring Jake Borelli and Niko Terho, is a Valentine's Day treat that's both nostalgic and inclusive.
The World War II movie shot to the top of the box office with $17.5 million over a particularly sluggish weekend.
"The Boys" actor told Jimmy Kimmel he checked out "When Harry Met Sally" for the first time just last year.
Mike Doyle's new film, starring Scott Evans and Augustus Prew, doesn't "spoon-feed" a happily ever after. It hits Outfest Los Angeles this weekend.
A LOT of people are into Keanu whispering "I missed your thighs" in the trailer for "Always Be My Maybe."
The actress joined Seth Rogen and host James Corden to hilariously reenact classic romantic comedies on "The Late Late Show."
The star of NBC's "The Good Place" also reveals what he'd like to see next for queer characters on the big screen.