When in Rome (film) An ambitious young New York art museum curator, Beth, disillusioned with romance, takes a whirlwind trip to Rome for her sister’s wedding. There she defiantly plucks some coins from a fountain of love, which inexplicably and magically ignites passion for her in those who had thrown them in. They are an odd group of suitors who show up in New York where they aggressively stalk her: a sausage magnate, a street magician, an adoring painter, and a self-admiring model. But, when a charming reporter pursues her with equal zest, how will she know if his love is the real thing? A Touchstone Picture. Directed by Mark Steven Johnson. Released on January 29, 2010. Stars Kristen Bell (Beth), Anjelica Huston (Celeste), Danny DeVito (Al), Dax Shepard (Gale), Josh Duhamel (Nick), Jon Heder (Lance), Will Arnett (Antonio), Alexis Dziena (Joan), Kate Micucci (Stacy), Bobby Moynihan (Puck), Luca Calvani (Umberto), Keir O’Donnell (Father Dino). 91 min. Don Johnson has an uncredited cameo as Beth’s father. Filmed in CinemaScope. Filmed around New York City, including at the Guggenheim Museum, and in Rome, where the fictional Venus statue, sculpted by Gianni Gianese, and its Fontana d’Amore were specially constructed in the Piazza Borghese.