Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman star in epic wedding video

Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman were just some of the celebrities who starred in a video made by a journalist to surprise his bride-to-be on her wedding day.

Entertainment reporter Joe Michalczuk grabbed the opportunity to ask the famous faces if they would participate in his home-made clip, which resulted in an epic collection of stars sending the bride Jenny their congratulations.

While some simply sent generic greetings to the bride, others sent more personalised messages.



"Jenny you left Sydney, you left all those incredible Australian men for this," said Hugh to the camera, pointing at Joe who was interviewing him. "I mean, listen, I get it. I understand. It's a very kind thing to do, but you're choosing to spend the rest of your life with this guy. It's not too late."

"Is it too late? Is this video being shown?" said Sydney-born Hugh, as he pretended to realise he was being filmed. "Hey, congratulations Jenny. You seriously, you picked the best guy. He's awesome and you guys are going to be so happy together and you know those Aussie men, you know us, we're pathetic. Well done you've married up, well done."


Arnold Schwarzenegger was another star to mess up his lines, as Joe asked, "Would you mind looking down the lens for a moment and saying, 'Jenny, Joe will always have your back'?"

"Jenny, always has my back. See ya," said The Terminator star in reply.

English rose Kate, meanwhile, channelled her Titanic character as she spread her arms out and pretended to fly, saying, "Jenny! Do you feel like you're flying? Congratulations, you're marrying Joe."


Cameron appeared near the start of the two-minute video, and is seen winking and saying in unison with her The Other Woman co-stars, "Congratulations Jenny. You got to spend the rest of your life with this guy."

Other celebrities to feature in the video included Scarlett Johansson, Zac Efron, Anne Hathaway, Samuel L. Jackson and Miss Piggy.

Joe uploaded the star-studded YouTube video on Sunday, which has since gained almost 325,000 views. He also pasted the link on his Twitter page, writing, "Off on honeymoon which means no tweeting for a bit. Here's my movie themed video I surprised my wife with at wedding!"