Jennifer Aniston-Starring 'Love Happens' Offers New Clip


Jennifer Aniston-Starring 'Love Happens' Offers New Clip


Learn from Jennifer Aniston a smart way to dodge Aaron Eckhart's approach through a new clip from Brandon Camp-directed romantic drama.

Counting down to the theatrical release of "Love Happens", Universal Pictures has released a fresh clip from the romantic drama. Debuted via Yahoo! Movies, this "Later Eloise" titled snippet takes a look at the scene between Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart in which Aniston pretends to be deaf to avoid talking to Eckhart.

Eckhart plays Burke Ryan, a widower who is reinvented into a charismatic self-help guru after his book about grieving turns him into a phenomenon. When he arrives in Seattle to teach a sold-out seminar, he unexpectedly meets and falls for florist named Eloise (Aniston). Not yet done grieving for the passing of his wife, his romantic engagement with Eloise forces him to confront the fact that he hasn't come to grips with his own loss.

Formerly known as "Brand New Day and Traveling", "Love Happens" is supported by a cast ensemble that includes Martin Sheen, Judy Greer and Dan Fogler. Helmer Brandon Camp co-writes the script along with Mike Thompson. This flick is set to be released in the U.S. on September 18.

"Love Happens" Clip - "Later Eloise":



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