"Gyllenhaal is Jamie Randall, the privileged son of a doctor (George Segal) who’s made a life for himself as a salesman. When opportunity rises he joins up with the medical community, pimping Zoloft over Prozac, and he works with Platt’s Bruce Winston – who just wants to get transferred to Chicago, and sees Jamie as his golden ticket. Jamie finds it hard to get into the medical community, though has no problem sleeping with receptionists (played by the likes of Judy Greer). But while trying to hawk drugs he meets Dr. Stan Knight (Hank Azaria) and asks to be his intern where he meets-cute Maggie Murdock (Hathaway), who begins the film by taking her boob out.
Twentieth Century Fox presents the film in widescreen (1.78:1) and in DTS-HD 5.1 Surround. The film also comes with a digital copy. Extras include three deleted scenes (8 min.), and a number of featurettes. The first is “Love and Other Drugs: An Actor’s Discussion” (8min.) with heavy Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway participation, which is followed “Beautifully complex: Anne Hathaway as Maggie” (3 min.) that has Anne offer her thoughts on the role, and “Reformed Womanizer: Jake Gyllenhaal on Jamie” (4 min.) that has Jake ruminate on his character. “Selling Love and Other Drugs”(3 min.) focuses on the drug sales in the film, and the disc closes out with the film’s theatrical trailer, and bonus trailers". Source: collider.com
Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway in Pantalla Semanal magazine
Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal in Svet Filmu (Czech Republic)
"I would go to probably try and find a farmers market or a place where there was food that was grown nearby." He added, "I don't have a dish that I would cook. I would just love to be outside ... and then cook whatever is there, whatever is fresh, whatever is good. Figure it out. Gotta improvise." Source: www.aceshowbiz.com