Well, this weekend finally sees the release of He's Just Not That Into You, the massively anticipated film adaptation of the popular narrativeless self-improvement book. Bad reviews aside, the movie's existence is an impressive example of Hollywood's endless capacity for commercial creativity: Just because Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo's bestseller doesn't feature a "story" or "characters," per se, doesn't mean a studio can't quickly knock out a screenplay with a role for Drew Barrymore. So what's next? Which self-help guides, social-philosophy manuals, or Business 2.0 bibles might provide premises for Barrymore's upcoming romantic comedies? We speculate!