Okay, who out there saw the movie Good Luck Chuck over the weekend? Anyone? You? No, not Good Night, and Good Luck, nope. Well, anyway, those who did see it were treated to a special surprise that involves a certain super sustainable architecture fan. It turns out Steve Glenn has a cameo in one of the first scenes:
The scene Steve Glenn is in does come at the beginning of the movie. It’s the first wedding scene and the woman getting married toasts Chuck (Dane Cook) as being her good luck charm. It’s at that moment that Chuck meets Cam (Jessica Alba). The bride then throws her bouquet and through some hijinx it winds up falling into the hands of a woman/wedding guest that Steve Glenn/the wedding guest is kissing.
What in the world is the Star Wars toy collector doing in a Dane Cook movie? Well, friends, it turns out Glenn wrote the story the film is based on. OMG it’s totally true! He’s got the IMDB page to prove it!
Now, our only question is…how much of Glenn’s story is based on his own life?
In order to keep the woman of his dreams from falling for another guy, Charlie Logan has to break the curse that has made him wildly popular with single women: Sleep with Charlie once, and the next man you meet will be your true love.
We did notice Glenn was quite popular with the ladies.
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