"Pretty Woman" — and Garry Marshall — made Julia Roberts a star, and she's never forgotten it.
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Richard Gere would’ve been happy to let Pretty Woman walk on by when the project first came to him in the late ’80s. “It’s not my kind of movie, it wasn’t what I was looking for,” Gere told Yahoo Movies in our latest episode of Role Recall (watch in full below). “I remember I kept saying, ‘Just put a suit on a goat and put him out there.’ It’s about the suit more than anything else,” said Gere, whose schlubby title character in his latest film, Norman, couldn’t possibly be more different from Edward.
After the passing of Hollywood legend Garry Marshall on Tuesday, James Corden paid an emotional tribute to the man who brought the world some of the most iconic shows in television history, and some of the most memorable films ever created. Marshall later created some of Corden’s favorite movies like Pretty Woman, Beaches, and The Princess Diaries. Garry Marshall left an indelible mark on Hollywood and on Corden, who ended his tribute by asking viewers to do themselves a favor and watch anything that Marshall’s made.
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Not only has Julia Roberts reteamed with Pretty Woman director Garry Marshall (again!), but the Oscar winner is sharing the spotlight with big-name co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson in this first trailer (above) for Mother’s Day, premiering exclusively on Yahoo Movies. In the tradition of Marshall’s ensemble rom-coms Valentine’s Day (in which Roberts also starred) and New Year’s Eve, Mother’s Day promises to weave together multiple storylines centered around the titular holiday.