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Life is Like a Box of Chocolates

Life is Like a Box of Chocolates

If you’re planning your wedding anywhere near a movie set, you better hope its leading man is as chivalrous as Tom Hanks. Not only did the star of the upcoming “Da Vinci Code” sequel, “Angels and Demons,” shut down production on the Italian set of the movie so that a flustered bride could make it to her wedding, but he personally escorted her and her father all the way to the church.

A wedding disaster can occur in just about any shape or form. Whether it’s a splattered wedding cake, a drunken DJ who insists on putting “The Chicken Dance,” on loop or a pesky Hollywood movie set, it's important to keep a good sense of humor. The Roman bride probably never thought she’d have gaffers and sound guys blocking her path, but she probably never dreamed of having Forrest Gump lead her to her wedding ceremony. [Hello]

Posted: 6/11/08