Last week, the world mourned the loss of three-time Oscar-nominated screenwriter, director, playwright and essayist Nora Ephron. Looking back on her long and illustrious career, Broadway.com asked readers which of Ephron’s films should become a Broadway musical. The results are in, and the film, “When Harry Met Sally,” topped readers’ wish list.
This 1989 movie charts the up and downs of a relationship that blossomed between two longtime pals and discusses the question: can good friends become lovers? Starring Billy Crystal as Harry and Meg Ryan as Sally, the film’s screenplay earned Ephron an Oscar nod as well as a spot on Entertainment Weekly’s Top 10 Most Romantic Movies of All Time list.
From the infamous “I’ll have what she’s having” deli scene to the romantic New Year’s Eve confession,When Harry Met Sally brought a new dimension to the guy meets girl rom-com.
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