Dominating the media headlines while doing the promotional work for their comedy-romance movie "He's Just Not That Into You," Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Long, and Kevin Connolly share to reporters a bit about their love life. It turns out that each of the movie stars has different bad dating experience with their old crushes.
Drew, who beside starring in also producing the movie, says, "You know, luckily I haven't had that many bad dates." She continues, "I went through that with this lawyer and we sort of looked at each other at dinner and went, 'Yeah, no. This isn't going to work!' We sort of shook hands and ended the evening."
The actress' ex-boyfriend Justin recounts, "I went out with a girl in college. She was the first girl I ever had the courage to ask out blind, without any preamble. She spent the entire time asking about my friend, James." He goes on stating, "Literally everything I said like, 'How's your coffee?' and she would say, 'Fine. I wonder if James would like this?' And I finally [asked if she wanted me to set them up], and she said, 'Could you? Would that be really weird?' And I did, I'm such a push over. And James asked if it was weird, and I said, 'I guess not,' and they ended up dating."
As for his part, Kevin opens up, "Years ago I went on a date to a bar. We had some food and a couple of drinks. When we were leaving, we got pulled over, and she got locked up for a DUI. I felt so bad."
Jennifer, whose love relationship with current boyfriend John Mayer has been put under the media microscope, tells reporters, "Never order a cherry tomato! I was on a date with this guy ... there was a cherry tomato, and he bit into it, and it was all over my white dress."
"He's Just Not That Into You," which U.S. release date is on Friday, February 6, tells the story of a group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty - and thirty somethings as they navigate their various relationships from the shallow end of the dating pool through the deep, murky waters of married life. Trying to read the signs of the opposite sex, each person in the group hopes to be the exception to the "no exceptions" rule.