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Slideshow: 16-Image Gallery For ‘Bride Wars’ With Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson

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Emma (Anne Hathaway) reflects on the joyous occasion of the wedding of her best friend.

CHICAGO – This 16-image slideshow contains official press images for Fox’s “Bride Wars,” which stars Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Bryan Greenberg, Chris Pratt, Steve Howey, Candice Bergen, and Kristen Johnston from writers Greg DePaul and Casey Wilson & June Diane Raphael and director Gary Winick. The film opens on Jan. 9, 2009.

“Bride Wars” is a comedy about two best friends who become bitter rivals when they both happen to schedule their upscale weddings on the exact same day. The comedy is rated PG and opens on Friday, January 9th, 2009.

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos credited to © 2008 Twentieth Century Fox and Regency Enterprises. Photo credit: Claire Folger.

  1. BrideWars01: Liv (Kate Hudson) finds the perfect wedding gown.

  2. BrideWars02: Emma (Anne Hathaway) reflects on the joyous occasion of the wedding of her best friend.

  3. BrideWars03: Liv (Kate Hudson, left) has mixed reactions to best friend Emma’s (Anne Hathaway) engagement.

  4. BrideWars04: Best friends Live (Kate Hudson, left) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) take in the action at a friend’s wedding party.

  5. BrideWars05: Liv (Kate Hudson, top) and best friend Emma (Anne Hathaway) exalt in their catching of the wedding bouquet.

  6. BrideWars06: Liv (Kate Hudson, left) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) delight in catching the bouquet at a friend’s wedding.

  7. BrideWars07: Emma (Anne Hathaway, left) and Liv (Kate Hudson) can’t wait to hear what a wedding planner has in store for their respective nuptials.

  8. BrideWars08: Liv (Kate Hudson, left) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) share peaceful and friendly moments before their bride wars get underway.

  9. BrideWars09: Emma (Anne Hathaway, left) shares in the joy of her best friend Liv’s (Kate Huson) marriage to Daniel (Steve Howey).

  10. BrideWars10: Battling brides Liv (Kate Hudson, left) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) have an emotional reunion at Liv’s wedding.

  11. BrideWars11: The calm after the storm: Emma (Anne Hathaway, left) helps make the wedding of her best friend Liv (Kate Hudson) a memorable one.

  12. BrideWars12: Battling brides Liv (Kate Hudson, left) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) have an emotional reunion at Liv’s wedding.

  13. BrideWars13: The “bride wars” between Liv (Kate Huson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) come to a memorable conclusion at Liv’s wedding.

  14. BrideWars14: Emma (Anne Hathaway, left) and Liv (Kate Hudson) go shopping for bridal gowns.

  15. BrideWars15: Emma (Anne Hathaway) leaves little doubt as to what her answer will be when boyfriend Fletcher (Chris Pratt) pops the question.

  16. BrideWars16: Actor-producer Kate Hudson confers with director Gary Winich on the set of Bride Wars.

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  17. musichyper's picture

    Bride Wars gets hyped!

    Yeah it’s a chic flick…but man is it a creative one. Nothing all that cliche about two women fighting for the same needs in a very funny and unorthadox manner. It’s not as cheesy as expected either.

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