Compiled by: Jack Foley
Q. As the newcomer to the group, how was it - slightly trepidatious?
A. It was surprisingly easy. I was a little nervous coming
in, but after the first day, everyone was just very welcoming
and supportive. Everyone gets along so well, and the cast, it
was fairly easy.
Q. Did you shed a tear, or how did you commemorate the last
scene that you all shot? Was it odd for you to be joining,
just as the team were about to break up?
A. Well, I kind of looked at it as a separate movie, especially
for me. I didn't want to psyche myself out. I knew Eddie, and
had met Seann before, so when I came in everyone was just really
warm, welcoming and supportive. They made it a lot of fun, and
I'm just grateful and feel very proud to be a part of it.
Q. Have you been to any particularly wild or raunchy parties,
such as the bachelor one depicted in this movie?
A. I went to the Playboy Mansion once, for a Halloween
party. Everybody wasn't in costume, or if they were, it was as
little bunnies or something. I went as Michael Jackson, which
Q. Which phase of his many careers?
A. It was kind of a collaboration. I had the mask, which helped,
and my hair dyed black, and the red jacket, pants and shoes. And,
of course, I had the glove...
Jason: She also went round with a Cabbage Patch kid and
kept dropping it...
January: That hadn't happened yet. But I was the only girl
not partially clothed. So that was pretty crazy.
Q. What are you involved with next? What's on the horizon?
A. Havanna Nights comes out in February in the States, and
Love Actually in November.