It's a split decision for Luke's Super Ex-Girlfriends; MY SUPER EX-GIRLFRIEND (12A).ASK Luke Wilson what kind of a superhero su·per·he·ro
n. pl. su·per·he·roes
A figure, especially in a comic strip or cartoon, endowed with superhuman powers and usually portrayed as fighting evil or crime. he'd be and he'll tell you what every woman wants to hear.
"I think I'd want to be 'Super- Understanding'," he says slowly but firmly, considering his options. And his costume? "Some flannel flannel, large group of napped plain-weave or twill-weave fabrics made of cotton, wool, or man-made fibers. Flannel fabrics vary in closeness or firmness of weave and in degree of napping. pyjamas pyjamas or US pajamas
a loose-fitting jacket or top and trousers worn to sleep in [Persian pai leg + jāma garment]
pyjamas, pajamas (US) npl (BRIT and tights."
Unfortunately, in Luke's latest film, My Super-Ex Girlfriend, only his costar Uma Thurman gets the superpowers.
At 34 the Texas native is the youngest of his actor siblings - the slightly more famous Owen and rather less famous Andrew - and has appeared in Charlie's Angels and Legally Blonde?
My Super Ex-Girlfriend sees him playing Matt Saunders, a regular guy who dates Uma Thurman's sexy superhero G-Girl. Until, that is, he dumps her and all hell breaks loose.
Luckily Luke's own relationships, which have included Drew Barrymore and Gwyneth Paltrow, have ended comparatively smoothly. "I've been lucky in that I haven't had any really fiery break-ups," he confides, before admitting that his brothers have been less fortunate.
"Andrew, he had a girlfriend who lit some newspaper on fire and threw it into the sunroof of his car," Luke recalls. "That was pretty crazy - and it was Owen's car."
THIS movie's intriguing premise - about a guy who tries in vain to break up with his clingy superhero girlfriend - is ripe with comic potential, but there's no palpable Easily perceptible, plain, obvious, readily visible, noticeable, patent, distinct, manifest.
The term palpable usually refers to some type of egregious wrong, such as a governmental error or abuse of power. screen chemistry between its stars Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson. **
ROMANCE... Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson in My Super Ex-Girlfriend (12A).