Compiled by: Jack Foley
Q. You look into total control of the more risque scenes
your character is engaged in. Were you? Or was it more daunting
than it seems?
Isla: Yeah, it was. Vince and I both had body doubles
for the dinner table scene and I had one for the tying up scene.
But it was definitely daunting.
Vince: We originally didn't have a body double
for the dinner table scene. David had a thing that we put in that
didn't quite work out.
Q. What's the worse line you've ever heard?
Vince: Someone's stolen the stars and put them all in
your eyes! Your legs must be exhausted... from running through
my dreams all night!
Isla: Actually, the first one he mentioned.
Q. So what sort of comeback do you have for that kind
Owen: Here's the key to my room.
Q. How highly do you rate a sense of humour on a man
that you might be attracted to?
Isla: It's pretty important.
David Dobkin - director
Q. The notes suggest that the producer has been doing
a spot of wedding crashing. Is this a phenomenon you were aware
of? And is it likely to form a trend?
David Dobkin. I don't know. It depends. If it spawns
a trend of people who show up at weddings and make them more fun
and more entertaining, that would be great.
Owen Wilson: We're hoping that this is going
to set off a whole wave of copy-cat wedding crashers, giving us
due credit, of course.
Q. Was it tough keeping these guys in check?
David Dobkin: I never try to keep anyone in check. I
try to create the state where....
Owen: Vince told David on the first day, actually,
'listen, you are the jockey on the horse; just hold on and I'll
get you a movie'.
Vince: You don't have to win the race, just try
not to lose it!
The fratpack analysed -
Vince Vaughn interview
Owen Wilson interview