Jason Segal And Emily Blunt Literally Fall For Each Other In 'Five-Year Engagement' Trailer

Co-starring Alison Brie. It's a magical feeling when you meet that special someone who is hot and British and just as accident prone as you, if not more. So, it's no surprise that Jason Segal is eager to put a ring on it in this trailer for The Five-Year Engagement. It, in this case, is Emily Blunt who accepts his proposal but then decides to prolong the engagement when she gets an exciting job opportunity. Hilarity tries to ensue and people fall down a lot. If I didn't see these accidents actually happening, I'd swear that this couple was in an abusive relationship. Directed by Nicholas Stoller, The Five-Year Engagement also has an impressive 60% Must See TV supporting cast, which features Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, Mindy Kaling, Chris Parnell, and Jacki Weaver.

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