Ten Other Self-help Books That Should Be Drew Barrymore Movies


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!