Julia Roberts' acting in "Runaway Bride" certainly didn't come out of nowhere. In 1991, the Julia Roberts-Kiefer Sutherland wedding had all the making of Hollywood royalty—and was even set to take place at 20th Century Fox's Soundstage 14. But it was not meant to be. Roberts shocked the world when she broke up with Sutherland just three days before the ceremony. Then she ran off with Sutherland's best friend, actor Jason Patric. Friends said Sutherland was "shocked" by the split, but more than a decade later, he said, "I commend Julia for seeing how young and silly we were, even as painful and difficult as it was." Forgiving his former best friend was not so easy, however. "I'm surprised I never got a call from him saying I've fallen in love, da-da-da. Instead I found out from a stranger," Sutherland said. Patric, for his part, called Roberts "trouble" and said she was "a person who very much put herself in the public eye, and the public life. I think everybody has the right to privacy, but once you use your personal life to advance your fame, you don't really have the right to say no [to the press]." Patric and Sutherland eventually made up when they co-starred in the Broadway play "The Championship Season," directed by Patric's father, Jason Miller. "We had drinks last night and he said that was one of the best summers of his life when we did The Lost Boys," Patric said in 2011. As for being a homewrecker? Said Patric: "They had a relationship that ended and then I was with her for a little while and it ended. They've both subsequently been married several times and I think they're fine."