He’s Just Not That Into You Trailer Starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston and Scarlett Johannson

With Sex and the City hitting theatres this weekend, this is the best chance that studios will have to plug any of their upcoming female-centric movies… thus we have the new trailer for He’s Just Not That Into You, based on the best-selling book by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo.

Of course, the book is actually a non-fiction title, which might leave you wondering how they managed to construct a fictional story out of it. But really, who cares, when this movie is jam-packed with stars including everyone from Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly and Scarlett Johannson to Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck, Justin Long, and… Kris Kristofferson? I can tell you right now, this is going to make a lot of money… maybe even more than Sex and the City! He’s Just Not That Into You hits theatres on October 24th; check out the trailer below.

  • swarez

    More money than Sex and the City? Not by a long shot. Never heard of this film, or the book.

  • swarez

    But the trailer was interesting I might add.

  • Yup, I’ll pretty much see anything with Aniston. Not because of her looks (although it helps), but because I think she’s a talented actress and I like to watch her work. Unfortunately Im not a huge fan of Johanssen. I do like Affleck though – no, I’m not on the hate-everything-about-Ben band wagon.

  • Scarlett Johansson isn’t fair to put in movies.

    Ben Affleck rules nowadays though. I did used to hate his guts, but now, I feel bad for ever having disliked him.

  • I think the hate ben affleck band wagon is over and now it’s the love ben affleck band wagon. Gone Baby Gone was one of my very favorite films from last year. Ironically, an infinitely better film than Good Will Hunting. (take that, family guy joke!)

    Still, the guy single handedly ruined his own acting career.

  • You’re right Rusty. For anybody still disliking him, I recommend the audio commentary on Pearl Harbor that he features on, he does a great Michael Bay-as-Mr.-Burns impression.

  • About the band-wagon thing. I definitely don’t agree that GBG is an infinitely better film than GWH. GWH is better than GBG, although GBG is a good film.