No New Year’s Eve Smooch for The Taylors

by | Dec 30th, 2009 | 12:30PM | Filed under: Hollywood Chatter, Trailers

Taylor-lautner-and-taylor The end of 2009 has not been good for celebrity romances. First we saw Jake and Reese go their separate ways, then the Sarandon/Robbins shocker hit, and now it’s been confirmed that everyone’s favorite toothy twosome, Taylors Lautner and Swift, have also broken up. That cheering you hear? Members of Team Jacob, celebrating that their curses on the blond songstress worked.

I really thought these two were going to last a little bit longer. In fact, I had visions of a smiley, happy wedding in four or so years, followed by smiley, happy, homecoming king and queen babies — all named Taylor. Since I’m a kinda cynical gal at times, I can’t help but wonder if maybe the country crossover star and the New Moon hero are actually still together and the whole breakup has been staged so that they can suddenly reunite when the time comes to promote the movie in which they star together (as a couple, mind you): Valentine’s DayI wrote before how I thought this movie looks absolutely horrid despite its all-star lineup… so I’m sure any buzz around its cast members would be a good thing for ticket sales.

Here’s a new trailer for you that gives more face-time to the doomed duo. I still think it looks really bad.

Does anyone want to make a bet whether or not the Taylors will get back together in late January/early February, right before Valentine’s Day hits theaters? Or are you all too busy blasting “You Belong With Me” and weeping for what could’ve been for the young lovebirds?


4 Responses to “No New Year’s Eve Smooch for The Taylors”

  1. Spaz
    Posted on December 30, 2009 at 12:41 pm

    Even though it happens around Christmas, I’ll just stay home and watch Serendipity. I love that movie.

  2. millar74
    Posted on December 30, 2009 at 5:28 pm

    ok. so i was wondering why i’d never heard of this movie or why i’d never seen the trailer and it’s because you instructed me not to watch it erika! i do indeed hate valentines day and therefore didn’t watch the trailer. no such warning was available today and i have to say this movie looks horrific. what in the world is going on with this film? i vote no on the watching of this film.

  3. Mindy
    Posted on December 30, 2009 at 11:17 pm

    I’m not shocked and I thought they were cute, but really. They are 17 & 19. I didn’t really expect marriage. (Although 3 little kids named Taylor WOULD be awesome.) I am with you that they will be back together to promote their movie. Haven’t seen the trailer, and don’t care to.

  4. moviegoer123
    Posted on December 31, 2009 at 10:50 am

    I want to see that movie bad! I gotta catch Invictus before anything though. Valentine’s Day seems so darn great, it’s like a Valentine’s gift right there.
    I’m planning to take my mom in to see Valentine’s Day and she what her reaction is to the movie.
    My friend and I were making a movie without a script it was lame, it isn’t in theatres, no it isn’t. It’s like $1 movie and the movie was about movies. Guys, it’s not in theatres so don’t be looking for it and it was pretty stupid and lame.
    Valentine’s Day I do want to see. Distributor: Newline Cinema and the film is rated PG-13 or NR.