If you haven’t seen Some Girl(s), a black comedy starring Adam Brody, then we suggest you set aside a rainy Saturday for doing so. The film sees Brody plays a heartless heartbreaker who decides to make peace with his exes before he gets married—and is therefore magically transformed into happily-ever-after material.
Great idea, right? Not so fast.
“He apologized for how he treated them,” an “insider” tells US of Levine’s copy-cat exercise, but… no dice. “They couldn’t care less he wants to make it right,” a second “insider” says.
No word on whether Levine was inspired by the film—which isn’t so much about a rake’s redemption but more so about an unredeemable narcissist who thinks saying sorry is the same thing as meaning it.