Join us on our Eat Pray Love journey!
In anticipation of the movie Eat Pray Love, Tribute.ca’s special guest blogger, and author, Marissa Stapley, dishes on how the Eat Pray Love story has influenced her, and wants to know your personal thoughts and experiences. Happy travels!
Eat Pray Love is the much-anticipated film chronicling the true – and epically best-selling-story of journalist Elizabeth Gilbert’s search for varying degrees of enlightenment in Italy, India and Indonesia. Julia Roberts plays Gilbert, a recently (and messily) divorced woman with a relationship track record that reads like a bad resume. Her decision to leap off the beaten track propels her into a journey that is monumental, life-changing and beautiful to read about. It’s also going to be beautiful to watch on the big screen! (And not just because Roberts is so gorgeous, and delicious Javier Bardem plays the romantic lead.) Gilbert’s tale has struck a chord around the world, holding strong on bestseller lists for more than three years and prompting a myriad of discussions about finding meaning in the world, navigating the highs and lows of love, and striking a balance within the connection between the body, mind and spirit.
The movie that brings it all to life is worth talking about, too. Join us for the next two weeks as we get the conversation going in anticipation of the release of the majestic Eat Pray Love on August 13.
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As a member of the press who gets to see movies and then interview the stars for tribute.ca, I was overjoyed when Sony Pictures sent me the invitation to partake in the press junket for Eat Pray Love. I had … Continue reading
“I’m having a relationship with my pizza.” Elizabeth Gilbert, from Eat Pray Love. This line is uttered memorably by Julia Roberts while she’s playing country-hopping journalist Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat Pray Love. She’s at the beginning of her journey, in … Continue reading
“The only thing more unthinkable than leaving was staying; the only thing more impossible than staying was leaving.” Elizabeth Gilbert, from Eat Pray Love. Elizabeth Gilbert’s story in Eat, Pray, Love is unique in the way that it’s told, but … Continue reading
“Tis’ better to live your own life imperfectly than to imitate someone else’s perfectly.” Elizabeth Gilbert, from Eat Pray Love. The question “Who would play you in a movie?” is one my girlfriends and I have explored ad naseum. (The … Continue reading
Hollywood superstar Julia Roberts talks about travelling the world, being a mom and eating and drinking wine for her new film, Eat Pray Love. Julia Roberts dishes on her experiences making the film.
“I want to go someplace where I can marvel at something.” Elizabeth Gilbert says this to a friend when explaining why she feels compelled to drop everything and travel to Italy, India and Indonesia in the name of finding herself. … Continue reading
“I am just a slippery antevasin—betwixt and between, a student on the ever-shifting border near the wonderful, scary forest of the new.” (Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat Pray Love.) People are complex. I was recently asked, via a social networking site, to … Continue reading
“Having a baby is like getting a tattoo on your face. You really need to be certain it’s what you want before you commit.” (Elizabeth Gilbert, from Eat Pray Love.) In Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert (played by Julia Roberts) … Continue reading
“But is it such a bad thing to live like this for just a little while? Just for a few months of one’s life, is it so awful to…nap in a garden, in a patch of sunlight, in the middle … Continue reading