Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, Isla Fischer, Rachel Weisz, Elizabeth Banks, Kevin Kline and Derek Luke
Director: Adam Brooks
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 100 minutes
From the creators of Love Actually and Bridget Jones Diary comes Definitely, Maybe, a romantic comedy that tells not one, but three stories of love.
Definitely, Maybe is not your average romantic comedy, with three star actresses, Isla Fischer, Rachel Weisz, Elizabeth Banks and an all-star support cast Kevin Kline and Derek Luke joining Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin.
When faced with her parents impending divorce, Maya Hayes asks her father to tell her about how he met her mother. Concerned that they are making a mistake, she hopes that reminding him of his original love will bring them back together. What she doesn't anticipate is that her father, Will Hayes, has been in love three times.
Changing each of the names of the women he has loved, Will talks his daughter through a 'G-Rated' 'Love Story Mystery' where she has to try and guess which of the three women is her mother.
There is Emily (Elizabeth Banks), his college sweetheart, April (Isla Fisher), his long-term best friend and Summer (Rachel Weisz), a free-spirited but ambitious journalist who is out-of Will's league.
A 'not-so-ordinary' love story, Definitely, Maybe takes its audience through the love, life and trials of one man and his constant bad luck with Cupid. Three Romances....Three broken hearts.... can his daughter Maya put the pieces of her dad's romantic puzzle together so she can understand that love is not so simple or easy.... and Will realises that it's never too late to get a second chance in love.
DVD Bonus Material
Creating Romance-How the film was made,
The Challenging Times of Definitely Maybe,
Feature commentary with director Adam Brooks and Ryan Reynolds.
"Sweet, funny, simple, entertaining -everything a good rom-com should be" Empire US
Definitely, Maybe is available to own or rent on DVD now
Abigail Breslin Definitely Maybe Interview - www.girl.com.au/abigail-breslin-definitely-maybe-interview.htm