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Date Removed: 30th September 2017 Available for: Unknown Description: Nia Vardalos and John Corbett star in this romantic comedy about a florist who coaxes a restaurateur to gamble on a no-strings-attached relationship.
Somehow that magic happened twice because this movie does it for me." Director Kirk Jones chimed in: "People say to me, 'Do you come in and try to put your mark on this project [after Joel Zwick helmed the first picture]'? It's kind of the last thing I wanted to do.' It worked so well before.
It was so perfect on every level that I saw myself as having responsibility to try and come in and do whatever I could to try to recreate that." "I think that people go through real tragedies and we have had the benefit of getting letters all these years from people who have told us about their lives, so what I went through in my quest to be a mom does not compare in any way, but in the quiet time that I took to reflect on it, it made me a better person," Vardalos added.
“I do have an idea, but I haven’t started writing yet.
I need to let it marinate for a little bit.” Vardalos, 53, based the 2002 comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding on her family, and reunited with the cast 14 years later for this year's sequel.
And then from this new film, [fans have sent photos] to me on social media of all of them pulling their necks back. US: Do fans ever come up to you to talk about the bundt cake scene? " to "Soak an aspirin in a glass of water to get rid of a migraine." Everyone has something, so that’s where it actually comes from. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
(In the first film, Ian's parents bring the dessert to a Portokalos family barbecue, but no one knows what it is.) NV: Yes!
She plays Toula Portokalos, who falls in love with a non-Greek teacher named Ian Miller, played by John Corbett.
In the sequel, Toula and Ian send their daughter, Paris (Elena Kampouris), off to college — and try to reignite the spark in their marriage. “My favorite scene that we filmed together was when we were walking toward the car to do the makeout scene.
We weren't afraid to show what a real marriage can be like and we weren't afraid to show that this family has aged and that is OK.