Unlike some of his other geriatric contemporaries, 77-year-old director Garry Marshall of "Pretty Woman" and "Valentine's Day" fame still knows what audiences want these days: STARS, baby, STARS!!! And stars he has for his latest date-movie destination, "New Year's Eve."
This time around, the funny filmmaker has marshaled (get it?) a swarm of talent to ring in the new to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne." Those on the glossy roster include Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelle Pfeiffer, and a few of the folks you'll see in the following clips.
1. Here's Ashton Kutcher researching his role for "That '70s New Year." He'll tweet about it later.
2. Katherine Heigl and Sofía Vergara make a Bon Jovi omelette, to be served on a bed of roses.
3. My Water Broke. Jessica Biel gives Seth Meyers the weekend update on her pregnancy status.
4. Serendipity. Somehow Lisa Simpson reading a romantic mash note isn't setting the mood.
5. There’s Your Ride Right There. Josh Duhamel seems out of his element in a non-Transformers-related situation.
6. Kominsky. Hillary Swank is in a bit of a pickle over some Christmas lights.