Anne Hathaway and Seth Meyers Recreate the “Last Scene of the Romantic Comedy”

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Anne Hathaway and Seth Meyers Parody the Last Scene of Romantic Comedies.

During Thursday night’s episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, host Meyers revealed his secret feelings about the girl who got away—Anne Hathaway—in a hilarious spoof of the final scene of a romantic comedy. “She’s gone now, you know. They took all of the ingredients that make up the iconic last scene — friendly encouragement, mistaken identity, a chase, flowers, and rain — and recreated it to fit a late night show.When Meyers wasn’t quite ready to let his guest, Anne Hathaway, go after their Late Night interview, he set off on a mission through the studio to get her back.

The singer continued to pitch more theme songs, but they clearly were intended for James Corden, John Oliver, and even Charlie Rose, and most assuredly not for Meyers. She’s gone forever,” the talk show host said of his previous guest after the commercial break. “You know, I had one last question I wanted to ask her—something that was on my mind the second I laid my eyes on her. Along the way Meyers learned he was only 20 seconds behind his guest, punched an “obstacle” in his way, and pondered the rain and fog that occurred inside the building. What followed was a perfect parody of the last scene in every romantic comedy — friends egged Meyers on, it rained, there was fog — all leading up to the big question.

After the interview, Kasich tweeted his donation page to Meyers, letting him know he can chip in easily. “I don’t like it as much, but it’s still really good”. “Get ready, everybody”, he said. However, lines such as “hosted by your number-one guy, it’s J to the I to the M – M – Y” obviously tipped Meyers off that Timberlake had written the song with Fallon in mind at first. Kasich hit his familiar campaign stump talking points of caring for “people in the shadows”, pointing to those with drug addictions and mental illnesses as a reason for expanding Medicaid in Ohio, something he has been criticized for doing by more conservative candidates. “I want you to stay on that debate (stage) as long as possible”. Already the subject of rave reviews, the film follows the relationship between the CEO of a fashion e-commerce company and her new intern—a senior citizen.

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