Oh, those crazy kids in the movies. Such is the plot contr... I mean, the plot, of The Accidental Husband, which stars Uma Thurman as Emma, a "relationship expert" (think Dr. Phil in heels -- wait, OK, don't) who's about to get married to a fine, upstanding publishing executive (Colin Firth) when she discovers that on paper, she's already legally betrothed to some guy named Patrick (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). It seems that Patrick got himself hitched on the Interweb to Emma just to mess with her after his fiancée (Justina Machado, who played Vanessa on Six Feet Under) called in to her show, got some advice from Emma and then dumped Patrick's fun-loving behind. I don't know about you guys, but I'm pretty sure this movie ends with Emma and Patrick shaking hands civilly, getting an annulment, and living happily ever after with other people.
Ah, kidding. Rom-com silliness aside, it's always a pleasure to watch Uma Thurman doing comedy (I've erased My Super Ex-Girlfriend from memory, and so should you), and a greater pleasure still to see Jeffrey Dean Morgan getting his shot at leading-man status. Grey's Anatomy fans will recognize him as Denny, the doomed heart patient who was unlucky enough to a) have a bad ticker, and b) fall in love with Izzie; and after a co-starring role in P.S. I Love You, he's inching up the ladder to stardom.
Uma and Jeffrey (or is it Jeffrey Dean?) will be interviewing each other for Moviefone's Unscripted series this Sunday, Feb. 3, and we need your questions -- so while everyone else is thinking about the Super Bowl, Uma Thurman could be thinking about YOU. Submit your questions for Uma and/or Jeffrey on this post, then check back here to see if your query made the cut. The Accidental Husband opens March 7. Good luck!
Edited to add: Please don't forget to include your name and the city you live in. How else are Jeffrey and Uma going to be able to stalk you?
NOTE: We just got word that The Accidental Husband is being moved to the summer, so unfortunately the Unscripted interview is off for now. But thanks to all for the excellent questions -- we'll save 'em up for later.