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Set your alarms: we know when To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 will be released

You'll want to mark the date in your calendars.

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Rom-com fans, rejoice: a How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days reboot is coming

Time to check on your love ferns.

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Netflix's Always Be My Maybe teaches us the most important love language of all

With added Keanu Reeves, too.

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Set It Up fans, rejoice – the cast are teaming up for another Netflix romcom

Not a sequel, exactly, but a brand new romantic comedy for this perfect onscreen couple.

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Long Shot review: Romance usurps bromance in this satirical comedy

There are a few bum notes in Long Shot, but ultimately Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen shine bright in this thoroughly enjoyable romcom.

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The surprising celebrity cameo you never noticed in 13 Going On 30

Mark Ruffalo’s mind was blown when he found out.

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Post Captain Marvel, Brie is teaming up with Samuel L Jackson once again

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Deborah Frances-White on danger, romance and making her first movie

The Guilty Feminist host sits down with Lisa Brenner, the star and producer of her first film, to talk ageism, Hamilton and why women really love rom-coms.

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When Harry Met Sally’s iconic orgasm scene almost didn’t happen

It’s the 30th anniversary of this legendary romantic comedy. And one of its stars just revealed that its most famous scene wasn’t in the script.

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This alternate My Best Friend’s Wedding ending would have changed everything

We’re glad that this didn’t make it into the final version of the film

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Kristen Stewart might have found a co-star for her lesbian romantic comedy

It’s a classic tale of girl-meets-girl, with a bit of Christmas high jinks thrown in for good measure

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The most toxic romantic comedy storylines of all time

Stalking, catfishing and not understanding that no means no: these are the movies that prove problematic upon second viewing

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Penn Badgley has an important message for anyone who’s fallen for his You character

The actor, who stars as Joe in the Netflix show, wants you to stop obsessing over his stalker role

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All is calm, all is bright: Kristen Stewart to star in a queer Christmas romantic comedy

With this news, Christmas has come early.

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We need to talk about the way Pretty Woman deals with consent

Roxane Gay believes that in Vivian's empowered approach to her body the movie cements itself as a feminist masterpiece.

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To All The Boys I've Loved Before: why everyone is talking about this Netflix rom-com

Take our advice and watch it as soon as possible

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Why the internet is abuzz about this new Netflix rom-com

Set It Up treats the genre – and its characters – with rare respect

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Four Weddings and a Funeral is being adapted into a new TV show

And it will be written and produced by none other than Mindy Kaling