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New Clips for Woody Allen's Romantic Comedy 'To Rome with Love'

June 19, 2012 (4:44 am) GMT
Jesse Eisenberg and Greta Grewig are locking lips in front of Alec Baldwin in one clip, while Penelope Cruz and Alessandro Tiberi are making love at a park in another one.
New Clips for Woody Allen's Romantic Comedy 'To Rome with Love'

's upcoming romantic movie "" has unveiled not just one but two new clips. The snippets show the story of two different couples. The first one, which is titled "I Can't Stop Myself", features kissing in front of . Gerwig, however, abruptly stops it and complains that she doesn't feel good about locking lips with her own best friend.

The second one, meanwhile, focuses on and Alessandro Tiberi. Titled "Wild Times", the clip shows Cruz and Tiberi having a discussion about sex when they take a casual walk at a park. Unexpectedly, Cruz pushes Tiberi behind the bush and starts to undress him as saying that he needs a lesson in love.

"To Rome with Love", which is told in four vignettes, follows the life of some Americans, some Italians, some residents, some visitors - and the romances, adventures as well as predicaments they get into. The movie was previously known as "The Bop Decameron" and "Nero Fiddled".

After being screened at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, the movie will be released in limited U.S. theaters on June 22. Also supporting the movie are Allen himself, , , and Roberto Benigni.

'I Can't Stop Myself':


'Wild Times':


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