When I’m excited for a new movie to be released in theaters, I’m not just excited to watch the movie. A film’s release date also comes with a series of public appearances and interviews with the actors and actresses involved. I love being able to get a glimpse of the movie from the other side, hear how it was on set, get a feel for the dynamics of the actors and see what they look like in real life, as opposed to how I see them. in character. For the most part, interviews are pretty standard and mostly ask the same questions (some inevitably uncomfortable), and so celebrities answer the same. So, of course, it’s always a pleasant surprise when celebrities shake her up, responding in a way that surprises audiences. Here are some celebrity interview feedback that: a) made my jaw drop, b) made me laugh out loud, or c) made me want to have a blast and say, “Oooo, kill- the “.
In a radio interview with Sway Calloway, Lauren Conrad was asked the nagging question, “What’s your favorite position?” Instead of squirming and weaving her way around, she paused, smiled smartly, and replied, “CEO.” I laughed a little and just wanted to give him a high five, because he was the brightest cop ever. She was (and still is) the epitome of the class and an empowered woman.
During the promotional tour of The dark knight rises, it seemed like everyone wanted to talk about Anne Hathaway’s diet and exercise routine for Catwoman. After responding poorly, interviewer Jerry Penacoli pressed a little harder for a more concrete answer. Instead of losing her temper, Anne Hathaway turned on him, saying, “Are you trying to lose weight? What’s the matter, man? Looks good on you. ”It made me feel like Damian in Bad girls, and she was Glen Coco. Good for you, Anne Hathaway, go ahead, Anne Hathaway!
It’s no secret that Theo James has become an interview favorite. As he jumped from interview to interview promoting Divergent, he is almost guaranteed to be asked this question: which faction would you choose? Instead of responding as expected, he responded with his own faction which, as long as it is at it, sounds like heaven: “I would choose the faction where everyone has to wear leopard skin thongs and basically live in one. little hut called a hula, and every morning praise the sun god. Anything you want there, Theo.
In several interviews for The Avengers, Scarlet Johansson was asked about what she wore under her tight-fitting suit. Finally in an interview with ExtraTV, she had had enough and said what she thought of the ridiculousness of being asked if she was wearing underwear. I was so proud of her for not holding back, but for staying together. I agree, Scarlet; it should not be acceptable for an interviewer to try to push a conversation about what a woman is or is not wearing under her clothes.
Ah, yes, the queen of interviews. Jennifer Lawrence had a whole year in 2013, winning the Oscar for Best Actress, dazzling the world and becoming a Hollywood favorite. His red carpet interviews were undeniably hilarious, but there’s one in particular that got me rolling. When asked about the pieces she wore, she looked down at her dress and said in a neutral tone, “What do you mean? Like… it’s the top, and it’s the bottom. That’s when I knew we would be best friends.
In a quick Q&A with Smart TV and the Divergent actors, Ansel Elgort avoided a slightly awkward question with ease and charm. All actors were asked individually if they preferred “red, white or beer”. What was his response? “I’m under 21. I dont drink. I’ve never had a drop of alcohol, so I don’t know. Accessories to be quick out there, Ansel!
I love it when some of my favorite celebrities have nerve in their interviews. Answering the same questions over and over again or overcoming a sticky situation can be difficult. Every actor and actress should take some advice from these stars in their next interview.
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