Featuring the best films from rom-com titans like Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Will Smith and Drew Barrymore.
From Forrest Gump and Pretty Woman to Titanic and The Matrix, these movies could have been very different indeed.
The pair went on to date in real life after Julia played Susie in The One After The Superbowl.
It seems the former king of rom-coms isn't a fan of a "happily ever after" ending.
Nicole Kidman said she "really wanted" the part in a 1999 film that became a classic of its genre.
Julia Roberts gives the best performance of her career, aided by a sassy Susannah Grant script full of one-liners.
The 1989 classic is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Kristen Stewart showed off her red soles at Cannes seemingly as an act of rebellion against rules that require women to wear heels to screenings.
She put her right foot forward.
Unplugging is a hot trend among creatives. A US rapper Kanye West famously tweeted that he got rid of his smartphone to have "air to create". British musician Ed Sheeran, according to some critics, wrote his "best album ever yet" after taking a full digital detox.