It was a happening night in Westwood Tuesday as Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart arrived for the “Love Happens” preem at Mann’s Village Theater.
After the Universal/Relativity Media screening, Eckhart, who plays a self-help guru dealing with the loss of his wife in the film, said, “I think people are going to feel and think a little deeper than they thought they were initially.”
Helmer Brandon Camp, making his directorial debut, said he hopes the pic’s serious nature also appeals to a male audience.
“When we were doing testing on this film, it actually played much better with men, so we’ll see,” Camp said before doling out a little love to producer Scott Stuber.
“Without Scott, this film wouldn’t have been made,” Camp said.