Ask Libby: Submit your pop-cultural questions to EW's proudly shallow columnist

In her most recent column for Entertainment Weekly, columnist Libby Gelman-Waxner tackled a trio of romantic-comedies that experienced varying — and surprising? — degrees of success at the box office. Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd reunited for Wanderlust, but moviegoers yawned at their yuppies’ adventure to a hippie commune. Rudd’s How Do You Know co-star fared a little better in This Means War, where Reese Witherspoon doubled her pleasure by dating two jealous government agents (Chris Pine and Tom Hardy)Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum have been the biggest winners in the rom-com sweepstakes; their amnesiac love story The Vow is the biggest non-Lorax movie of the year.

But Libby is eager for more of your burning questions for her next “Ask Libby” column here in PopWatch. Is the romantic-comedy dead? Are you ready to go back to Titanic… in 3-D? And what are some of your movie theater pet peeves? Whatever’s on your mind. And remember: If you don’t have something nice to say about an actor or a movie, come sit next to Libby. Just tap the “Ask Libby!” button to submit, then check back soon for her next column.

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