- Cast: Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski, Colin Egglesfield, Steve Howey, Ashley Williams, Sarah Baldwin, Grace Capra, Shirley Dluginski, Jill Eikenberry, Brandon Hunter, Peyton List, Brian McCormack, Mary O'Rourke, Christopher Peuler, Sean Patrick Reilly, Naeem Uzimann, Eric West
- Director: Luke Greenfield
- Writers: Jennie Snyder, Emily Giffin
- Producers: Broderick Johnson, Andrew A. Kosove, Aaron Lubin, Pamela Schein Murphy, Molly Smith, Hilary Swank
- Co Producers: Steven P. Wegner, Yolanda T. Cochran
- Executive Producer: Ellen H. Schwartz
- Castings: Sari Knight, Mandy Sherman
- Costume Design: Gary Jones
- D.O.P.: Charles Minsky
- Editor: John Axelrad
- Makeup: Bernadette Mazur
- Music: Alex Wurman
- Production Design: Jane Musky
- Set Decoration: Leslie E. Rollins
A single Manhattan attorney and consummate good-girl gets drunk on her 30th birthday and ends up sleeping with the fiancé of her selfish best friend. As the mistake blossoms into a full-blown affair, she must decide between her life-long friend and the man of her dreams.
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Filming Locations: Los Angeles, USA
- MPAA Warning: Sexual content including dialogue, and some drug material
- Production Companies: 2S Films, Alcon Entertainment, Wild Ocean Films
- Production Schedule: April 2010 - June 2010
2011 Guide Analysis: "A minor franchise in waiting should it succeed, this rom-com based on Emily Giffin's 2005 debut novel of the same name required all the various actors to sign up for the sequel "Something Blue" should this one be a success. The setup here has the more well-known Kate Hudson and John Krasinski playing supporting characters to Ginnifer Goodwin and Colin Eggersfield's leading pair. The sequel, should it be green lit, puts the focus squarely on Hudson and Krasinski.
Luke Greenfield ("The Girl Next Door," "The Animal") directs this feature which is being produced by Hilary Swank and Molly Smith's production company. The trailer looks decidedly generic in nature and not particularly entertaining, though the film does serve as good counter-programming to the otherwise very male-centric action of Kenneth Branagh's "Thor" adaptation opening the same week."