Drew Barrymore's Flower Films is set to produce He's Just Not That Into You, an adaptation of the ladies' guide to dating by "Sex and the City" writers Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. You may recall this concept from the show, when Miranda — usually an extremely logical character — is amazed by the possibility that if a guy isn't acting interested, it could be as simple as ... he's just not that into you.
Slated to direct is The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants helmer Ken Kwapis, whose most recent project is the upcoming summer comedy License to Wed, starring the "The Office's" adorable John Krasinski and Mandy Moore.
So ... it's going to be a movie based on a self-help book? And not just any self-help book, but one that points out the common sense idea that sometimes people don't gel? I can only imagine this will turn into, so
Never mind that guys might expected to be upfront and honest, or that there are those crazy times when (gasp!) she's just not that into him. I can imagine the plot going something like this:
Girl meets boy. Girl likes boy. Boy doesn't call. Girl is puzzled and, despite this modern age, somehow doesn't think to call him. Light bulb flashes on, and girl feels empowered by the knowledge that it's nothing she did — it's just that he's just not that into her! Girl swiftly meets Mr. Right, who does call. Girl praises the "he's just not that into you" theorists for showing her the painfully obvious way.