February 19, 2011 by Post Team
Something Borrowed, Something Borrowed is a chick lit novel of 2005 by the author Emily Giffin. Concerns about the morality of new friends and relationships. It deals with the stigma against unmarried women in there thirties and the pressure that society places on them to marry. “This is a realistic situation that women face in society today,” according to a book review.
Something Borrowed has become an international bestseller and was placed on the list of The New York Times Best Seller, among others. It is developed in a film by Hilary Swank’s company production sharing.
The novel centers on the protagonist and narrator, Rachel White, a woman of thirty, which is a single consumption good girl. She and Darcy Rhone have been best friends since childhood, and work hard flashy, sometimes selfish Darcy often overshadows Rachel. Then, after a night of drinking on the thirtieth anniversary of Rachel, she sleeps with her fiancée Darcy, Dex. After this affair becomes one, Rachel explores the meaning of friendship, true love, and ethics.
Hilary Swank and Molly Smith have acquired the rights to co-produce a film based on the novel Something Borrowed. Warner Bros. (USA / Canada) Entertainment Film Distributors (UK), Summit Entertainment (International) Alcon Entertainment is set to develop the project with 2S Films and Wild Ocean Films. Luke Greenfield will direct the film. Actress Ginnifer Goodwin plays the lead role of Rachel. Kate Hudson has joined the cast of Darcy’s best friend Rachel. John Krasinski has signed to play Ethan, a friend and confidant of Rachel in both Something Borrowed and Something Blue. Colin Egglesfield has signed to play Darcy’s fiance, Dex, while Steve Howey plays Marcus, the best friend Dex. Warner Bros. will release the film adaptation on May 6, 2011.
This film is clearly about formulas in every way possible, as romantic comedies tend to be. I could make a list of about 1,000 things I’d rather do than go see this movie, including getting an oil change or alphabetically my collection Blu-ray. Although this film is not for me, I see many people who want to watch it. There are some good players here, so you’ll just have to let me know how you like it. [source: via wikipedia and various online sources]
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