(She takes it well, though.) Jason Segel is the wacky friend who almost ruins the engagement party but is still given the best man title.Also, don’t forget the lovable “I’m slappin’ the bass! Click To Watch Here Six months into their pregnancy, Maya Rudolph and John Krasinski visit various friends and family who have children, and find out they’re all unhappy and a bit crazy — remember the stroller incident?It’s more common than ever to see two people holding hands on the street who are ethnically different.My boyfriend and I are just one of countless examples, as are my parents, who have been married since 1980, back when racial slurs and offensive comments were dished out to interracial partners on the regular.— learns that there’s a lot more to love than a set of rules.After a Benadryl scare and a tumble into the Hudson River, he tosses his pride to the wayside and they live happily ever after. After Julia Stiles' mother passes away, she transfers schools, and falls head over heels for Sean Patrick Thomas (who wouldn't?! Their relationship isn't exactly easy when some race relations come into play, but they make it through — and she gets into Juilliard's dance program.Indulging in the fruit of his best pal's girlfriend, Lonette (Nia Long), Manhattan-dwelling Alfie's (Jude Law) womanizing ways eventually catch up to him faster than he can change his sheets. , Kenya Denise Mc Queen (Sanaa Latham) is a successful black woman whose recipe for love includes one main ingredient: a black man.Unexpected passion ensues after her coworker sets her up on a blind date with a very blond gardener named Brian Kelly (Australian actor Simon Baker).
Click To Watch Here There’s a lot of romance to wade through in this one, but my favorite couple was English Colin Firth and Portugese Lucia Moniz, who fell in love even though they didn't speak the same languages.That’s not to say our society isn’t completely void of discrimination now, but there is certainly less stigma around couples of mixed race. When I finally do see two lovers from different ethnic backgrounds in the media, I get a bit excited.I’d like to say that Hollywood has reflected this growth in America’s dating life, but, sadly, it’s still a rarity to see an interracial couple in the movies, or even on TV (remember the Cheerios commercial that sparked controversy? I guess it’s just the hopeless romantic in me who believes that true love cuts across all social and cultural constructs.Their characters are much more attractive than the stereotypes they represent.