In: 17.06.24 Out: 17.07.06
Sound Bite: Anna Faris – on her character
I do too. It was such a it’s such a treat, it was such a treat to read the script and be like, oh my gosh, she does what, she’s this awful, and uh honestly there’s such a freedom in I think as a woman especially in comedy a lot of times there’s pressure to, you play a character that’s very lovable and charming and goofy but you’re goal is to get the audience to fall in love with you and your leading man to fall in love with you, and this just throws all this out the window. (talks) Yeah you hate her, but it was fun it was liberating.
In: 17.07.11 Out: 17.07.33
Sound Bite: Anna Faris – what does it say about Seth’s character that he falls in love with her
It’s the cleavage. He loves the cleavage. No I think that we’re all, for the most part in this movie, we’re very unapologetic. I think we’re all pretty there’s maybe 1 or 2 characters that are redeemable, but for the most part we are awful awful people.
In: 17.07.39 Out: 17.08.09
Sound Bite: Anna Faris - laughing at the people
It really is. I guess um because you’re not laughing with these people, you really are laughing at them, and it’s great to um to go through those, there’s something so wonderful and painful about the uncomfortable moments in this movie and a relief in them too. Maybe it’s sort of maybe it makes the rest of, everything that’s going on not seem so bad.
In: 17.08.19 Out: 17.08.38
Sound Bite: Anna Faris – Seth’s character in denial
Oh completely. And I think my character is as well. No his character in complete denial about everything and I personally hope that I never encounter anybody like Ronnie. He’s terrifying.
In: 17.08.39 Out: 17.08.54
Sound Bite: Anna Faris – the violent scenes are probably hard to do
They are. But I there’s something so fun about that kind of thing. It was fun. I had to hold in my mouth for awhile.
Description: HRN-3244 Observe and Report Anna Faris
Keywords: tv star
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