In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, the wax scene was real and Steve Carrell’s chest hair was actually ripped out.
In Love Actually, Hugh Grant didn’t want to do the dance scene because he thought it made his character less credible as the British prime minister.
In When Harry Met Sally, it was actually Meg Ryan’s idea to fake an orgasm in public.
Renée Zellweger’s English accent was so good in Bridget Jones Diary, that her American accent was never heard on set.
Zellweger actually worked at a publishing house using the name “Bridget Cavendish” to get into the role.
In Sleepless in Seattle, the door Tom Hanks walks out of in Seattle and the door Meg Ryan walks out of in Baltimore are the exact same door. The was shipped to both cities for filming.
In 10 Things I Hate About You, Julia Stiles didn’t plan to cry while reading the poem.
Rachael Leigh Cook didn’t like how the kissing scene was going in She’s All That, so she blinked a lot thinking they wouldn’t use it in the film.
The school from She’s All That is the same school used for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Prior to filming You’ve Got Mail, Meg Ryan never owned a computer.
In 500 Days of Summer, the “especially you Jenny Beckman” is about a real person.
The breakup-scene from Forgetting Sarah Marshall is all too real for Jason Segel because he was dumped the same way.
In Knocked Up, Ken Jeong plays a doctor but he is actually a licensed physician.
Pretty Woman was actually going to be called 3,000 based on how much Julia’s character charges.
During the fake sex scene in Easy A, Emma Stone got so worked up that she had an asthma attack.
Crazy, Stupid Love was almost called Wingman.