Romantic Comedies

Moore says he and Lopez wanted their new movie to show how a woman "at a different stage in her life than a young blushing bride" would find love.
It's an homage to powerful female main character energy of the '90s — think "Mean Girls" and "13 Going On 30."
In honor of "Mean Girls Day," Netflix gave fans a first look at Lohan and co-star Chord Overstreet in the upcoming holiday rom-com.
The actor drew ire on social media this week after emphasizing that his new comedy "Bros" wasn't "one of a million Netflix shows" in a Variety interview.
“It’s probably going to be terrible,” the “Ticket to Paradise” star joked about her upcoming return to romantic comedies.
Ryan will direct and star alongside David Duchovny in “What Happens Later.”
The star makes her return to the genre alongside George Clooney later this year in "Tickets To Paradise."
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.
The actor has a long history of catering to the white gaze in rom-coms, and her newest movie is no exception.
“One Day at a Time” co-creator Gloria Calderón Kellett’s new show applies classic rom-com tropes to a mostly Latinx cast and a whole range of relationships.