LRA writes: Wow, so far this is the worst case of seen-it-in-the-trailer-but-it- wasn't-in-the-movie yet this year. I mean if you watch the second trailer that was released there is an entire scene at the tail end of it that is no where to be found in the finished film. Becca (Ellie Kemper) supposedly takes pity on Annie (Kristen Wiig) and sets her up with a friend so she can have a date at the wedding, which actually makes sense if the film were more about the wedding. Unfortunately not very much happens in the bit but I can tell you that it doesn't appear to be very funny so perhaps it was cut for a good reason. Who knows how much was cut out when this scene was dropped but regardless it is strange such a big scene was taken out at the 11th hour (this is the second trailer released only a handful of weeks before the finished film came out). As for when it was supposed to happen in the timeline it appears to take place some time after the bridesmaids gown fitting scene since Becca's recommendation takes place in the restaurant just before that.
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Chillopedia | Brides and bridesmaids are, or should be, close friends. There is so much preparation, organisation and arrangment to do for a wedding that lots of trust is placed on both sides. It’s good for the friendship of all concerned to take time out to enjoy each other’s company and what could be more in tune with the topic on everyone’s mind than watching a wedding-based comedy?
Since the MTV Movie Awards air in the middle of the summer, they’re allowed to pull from successful spring pictures. This year, they’ve done exactly that and awarded The Hunger Games with eight nominations. However, MTV didn’t forget the movies of last summer, and also gave eight nods to Bridesmaids. As for the other nominees, the Twilight series has always dominated the MTV Movie Awards in the past, but The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 only pulled in two nominations this year. It may be a case of out-with-the-old, in-with-the-new, but it’s worth noting that this was the first year where nominees were chosen by a panel of industry insiders instead of online voting.