Taylor Swift & More – Hollywood Life

It’s officially Valentine’s Day, which is making us remember the 2010 movie ‘Valentine’s Day.’ The film featured an incredible ensemble cast. See the stars then and now.

Valentine’s Day is the perfect movie to watch… on Valentine’s Day. The touching film follows couples and singles in Los Angeles as they make up and break up around Valentine’s Day. As fate would have it, the lives of the characters over the course of the movie as they form new connections and find love. The film takes a look at love and all its ups and downs.

Taylor Swift played Felicia Miller in the movie. (Everett Collection/AP)

The movie featured so many of your favorite stars. The cast that was assembled for this heartfelt holiday film included Taylor Swift, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Héctor Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Carter Jenkins, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts, and more.

Taylor made her feature film debut as Felicia. She met Lautner on the set of Valentine’s Day, and they briefly dated in 2009. One of Taylor’s most famous songs, “Back to December,” was inspired by her relationship with Lautner.

Taylor Lautner
Taylor Lautner played William Harrington in ‘Valentine’s Day.’ (Everett Collection/AP)

Valentine’s Day was helmed by legendary director Garry Marshall. The movie reunited him with a number of stars he had worked with over the years, including Julia, Anne, and Hector. The film was his second to last movie before his death in 2016.

The film was also a family affair. Julia and Emma both starred in Valentine’s Day, although their characters never crossed paths. Julia is Emma’s aunt.

Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts starred as Cpt. Katherine Hazeltine. (Everett Collection/AP)

Valentine’s Day was a box office hit in 2012. The movie earned over $216 million worldwide. The success of the movie spawned two sequels of sorts, New Year’s Eve and Mother’s Day. The movies used the same formula as Valentine’s Day with different holidays. New Year’s Eve and Mother’s Day were also directed by Garry. Take a look at the star-studded cast then and now in our gallery above.

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