We can't wait to see the wedding that's nearly two-years-in-the-making and all of the cheeky ways they incorporate the holiday, aside from their adorable "Boos & Booze Welcome Dinner." We'll be keeping our eyes out or any more wedding developments!
Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg are taking their love to the big screen — and they hope it's more Mr. “Jamie had the idea to get two separate hotel rooms when we shot, so we didn’t live together during filming, which I didn’t like very much, but Jamie was into it!
Greenberg and Chung speak to TODAY’s Al Roker, Tamron Hall, Willie Geist, and Natalie Morales about the film and what it was like working together.
The festivities will actually begin the day before Halloween, when Chung and Greenberg host a "Boos & Booz Welcome dinner" at the resort.
“For this next stage, I think I want to look a bit more elegant and composed.” As for Greenberg’s big-day style, she’s letting her future husband take the reins. The actors are both always on the hunt for their next gig, and work might have to come first.
The couple plans to wed this Halloween and host a fun weekend for their loved ones. That April, they stepped out together as a couple at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in Indio, California. 2, Chung, her girlfriends and her mom celebrated the actress' upcoming wedding with a bridal shower in Los Angeles. Greenberg showed up unannounced with a bouquet of red roses for his future wife.
The wedding weekend will be full of plays on the spooky holiday.
To kick off the festivities, the couple will be hosting a "Boos & Booze Welcome Dinner" on Hallows Eve — they've even asked guests to wear a costume!
This April, her half-hour comedy “Resident Advisors” will debut on Hulu.