James L. Brooks’ Title Tale

Brooks_boffo_2 Back in March, the New York Times chronicled writer/director James L. Brooks next project for Columbia with the 60 year-old admitting he was having a difficult time choosing a title.

At the time, the romantic comedy, which stars Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Jack Nicholson, was titled "How Do You Know?" (taking over for "James L. Brooks Untitled") but now, the big-budget pic has changed banners once again.

“Titles make me nuts,” Brooks recently told Vulture, taking a break from editing. “I have a terrible time with titles.”

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