'How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days' returns as TV show
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It has been 16 years since "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" occupied the hearts of audiences who are passionate about romantic comedy movies around the world. Perhaps, those who were eagerly watching every dramatic situation of the editor Andie Anderson and the advertising executive Benjamin back then would be excited to hear that the film is about to be return in a new form: a TV show.
"How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" is a story about the challenging love story of two people who inadvertently found each other to test their theory. One side is the beautiful editor Andie (Kate Hudson) with the project about an article revealing ways to make your boy run away on 10 days. On the other hand, Benjamin Barry (Matthew McConaughey) of an advertising company, wants to gain control of the project with a reputable diamond brand by betting to win any girl's love in... 10 days.
It sounds antagonistic, but Andie and Ben find the perfect object together, when one side tries to seduce while the other wants the other to "kick" her partner away. Since then, the story becomes weird yet interesting with countless dramatic circumstances. Over a period of almost 2 hours, in addition to the humorous segments, "How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days" also offers valuable lessons about love, trade-offs and the price of honesty in a relationship.
Resounding at the time of its release in 2003, the film has always been on the list of the most romantic rom-com works even until now. For that reason, fans are excited to look forward to how producers can tailor content to the new TV show. Especially when a close source said comedian Guy Branum would be the screenwriter for this new version. He also did not forget to post a status confirming his role and the preliminary orientation for the show.
The show will be broadcast on Quibi, a new application on the phone. Quibi's new platform will broadcast shows from Chrissy Teigen, Tyra Banks, Steven Spielberg and Jennifer Lopez, or musical comedies such as "Royalties" starring "Glee" and "American Crime Story" star – Darren Criss.
Cinephiles are also guessing many possibilities when the film's setting has changed a lot. Who knows if Andie still works for Composure or will she turn into a modern blogger? Will the love of the two simply close up after 10 days of studying or will there be challenges ahead? Will Andie and Ben come to marriage in this reunion? And will the battle of the two main characters still stop after 10 days?
With the original, we were impressed with so many funny or inspiring lines. Now, all the questions will be on Guy Branum's pen. In addition to the storyline, how will the expensive lines be incorporated and what variations will they have?
Either way, this is great project worth awaiting. How will the "makeover" of "How to lose a Guy in 10 Days" as a TV show work? What are the advantages and limitations? We will be able to answer more questions when more information of the movie is published.
By: Gitta Russell