How to Be Single

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How_to_Be_SingleHow to Be Single

How to Be Single Alice ( Dakota Johnson) is a young woman who just became single and, with the help of her friend Robin ( Rebel Wilson ) , you learn how to take advantage of their new relationship status . New York is full of people looking for love of his life, or one night stands . Why «the city that never sleeps » offers many possibilities to all these lonely hearts . But what they have in common the group consisting of Alice , Robin , Lucy , Meg , Tom and David is that everyone must learn to be single in a world where the definition of love is constantly change.4
In 2008, the first novel by Liz Tuccillo how to be single was released; The film rights were bought the same year by New Line Cinema, and Nancy Juvonen and Drew Barrymore were set to produce the film through Flower Films. Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein were hired to adapt the novel. [8] On March 15, 2011, it was announced that also would direct the film Barrymore romantic comedy. [9] On December 17, 2013, New Line sets Love, director Christian Ditter Rosie to lead instead with Barrymore and Juvonen continues to produce, while Dana Fox wrote the upcoming film project, Warner Bros would release .. [8] Lily Collins was in early talks on February 24, 2014, to join the cast of the film (which ultimately did not appear). [10] Alison Brie was in talks to join the film on June 19, 2014. [5] Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, and Leslie Mann were all cast in the film on 29 January 2015. [4] Damon Wayans, Jr. was introduced into the mold, on March 6, 2015. [7] Jason Mantzoukas and Nicholas Braun were also released, on April 14, 2015; Braun played the love interest of the character of Johnson, while Mantzoukas played the love interest of Brie. Anders Holm was cast as Tom, and Saturday Night Live artist Colin Jost also was cast in a supporting role. [6] Filming [edit] Principal photography on the film began on April 20, 2015, in New York City, [11] [12] and ended on August 15, 2015.