Two big movies this weekend, we have the comic-book flick “Deadpool” starring Ryan Reynolds in the title role and the romantic comedy “How to Be Single” featuring Leslie Mann, Dakota Johnson, and Rebel Wilson. Which one is my pick of the week? Take a look!
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I love "Race!" The unforgettable true-life story of Olympic Hero Jesse Owens starring Stephan James and Jason Sudeikis! Pick up your passes at Encore Consign + Design Studio on Monday, Feb. 15th from 5 to 7 p.m.
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Oh and I'll post my exclusive interviews with the cast very soon as well!
See you Monday!!!
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Let me just tell you upfront – I love, love, love Rebel Wilson! I admire her as a scene-stealer on-screen but I love her even more for being a sweet person in real life! She stars as the party-girl Robin in “How to Be Single” and she may hold the key to unlock the secrets of how to be single!
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I enjoyed talking to Leslie Mann and Dakota Johnson for their new romantic-comedy “How to Be Single.” They complete each other’s sentences just like their roles of sisters in the film. In this interview, we talked about their interest in making the film, my age (yup!), and their drink number – the amount of drinks they can consume before sleeping with their respective partners!
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I enjoyed talking to these two actors! They’re as funny in real-life like their on-screen characters. Alison Brie is one of the single ladies in the film named Lucy. She’s a by-the-numbers lady who relies on statistics in finding the right guy. Anders Holm is the “sexual sorbet of a bartender” according to the film. We talked about their interest in the movie, their drink numbers, and how did Holm prepare for his “sexual sorbet” character!
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