No one has a moment to express a concern for, because the romantic comedy that starred and was a hit out of the gate, which is now beloved by spectators and cast members.
Before and after the release of P.J. Hogan's film on June 20, 1997, Roberts talked with E! on Wednesday about the enduring appeal of the project. It centered on Julianne (Roberts) admitting she is worried about collaborating with Kimmy (Diaz); this leads Julianne to pretend to be engaged to his pal George (Rupert Everett).
Roberts said that many individuals have someone they can see themselves as in the film. "I just think that we really got lucky together none of us knew each other before we saw it and we just had a really solid chemistry. It just worked."
Roberts, who is currently promoting her role in Starz's next Watergate-focused limited series Gaslit, stated that everyone in the cast "really liked each other," and the bond improved after cameras slowed.
Dermot and I still have a lot of great friends, and we talk all the time, she said. And I think that this is a testament to the wonderful times that we all had getting this film together.