Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore *RC
Barrymore – Smart water by the way.
Aniston – Oh I’m sorry. Shameless.
OC – Are you promoting Smart Water now?
Aniston – No I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Barrymore – By the way what a smart thing to endorse because you get it.
Aniston – I get it.
Barrymore – I know I get all this Cover Girl makeup, I’m so happy. Smart Water.
Aniston – Need to hydrate.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – the book resonated with you?
Barrymore – Yeah my partner Nan she wanted to make a film about the book and the revelation but she never wanted to say it once in the movie, and I just thought that’s a brilliant springboard right there, you’ve got an intelligent jumping off point and you’ve got a movie about discussing relationships and that’s what we do in life so yeah.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – the media talk about relationships
Aniston – Yeah I just think there’s other things to talk about. You know I mean yes we do of course we do, there’s other people for other people to talk about.
Barrymore – There’s other things for other people to talk about. But we like to talk about relationships in our private circles
Aniston – It’s like okay, like how was work? Okay great, let’s knock out the work, let’s knock out the relationship, let’s knock out the family.
Barrymore – Yeah.
Aniston – Let’s knock out what’s happening, what’s going on.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – what resonated with you for this character
Aniston – Um oh I would have to say the ideal the idea that we have about what something, what a successful relationship is supposed to look like in its progression and you know sort of measuring failure versus success based on you know, do you get the ring? Did you get the thing? And at this point, you should be at this point, at this point you should be at this point, and when in fact its just, those are you trying to live up to rules that someone wrote and they don’t necessarily mean that it’s a successful or an unsuccessful relationship.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – are you an advice giver?
Aniston – I’m a giver and then I uh and then I’m a little more difficult on the receiving of it.
Barrymore – I used to I would hear it and do like the same behavior. I would be like, right right right got it, pattern. But now I’m finally like seeing the light, I’m getting it, and I want honesty and I think that’s what’s so good about the movie is just like honesty, you will get nowhere with your friends coddling you. The truth will set you free.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – this shows every level of a relationship w/ diff characters *RC
Aniston – That’s what’s great about it. I mean especially, besides the fact that you get sort of this poo poo platter of actors, haha.
Barrymore – A poo poo platter. (talks) I said let’s be poo poos together.
Aniston – Let’s poo poo, will you be my poo poo? Will you be my side poo? Oh my God.
Sound Bite: Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore – people are talking about the great cast
Aniston – We’ve, I know right? It’s pretty neat when you see it all together.
Barrymore – It’s very remarkable.
Aniston – The bummer, we didn’t get to like have a day, except for our camera test.
Barrymore – We didn’t get together but we’re friends and we hang out in real life but we were bummed that…
Aniston – That we didn’t get to share it, share our screen time. But we will.
Barrymore – We will.
Aniston – We’re gonna.
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