How’d you come up with the idea to make the film a hybrid of documentary and scripted narrative? I pitched to him and did a horrible job [laughs], and I don’t think it made any sense. What’s strange is that when we were writing the narrative we were like, “Oh, Charlyne’s character won’t change through other people’s stories” … In the beginning — I think I was like 19 when I came up with the idea for the documentary — I think I was more naïve than I was skeptical or bitter or cynical. I think uncertainty was where all the questioning was coming from. you realize that the completely obvious thing is that everything’s uncertain. Your relationships with your friends are uncertain. There’s this one couple who said, “Love is really worth fighting for, and you can never replace that person in the history, in the memories.” It reminded me of ‘Eternal Sunshine’ when they choose to relive everything over again because it’s worth the pain. Your ‘Dirty Dancing’ Cinemash with Channing Tatum is hilarious.
I came up with the idea of making the documentary, capturing real love stories. And also in ‘A Guide to Recognizing Our Saints,’ he was really, really good.
“I’ve reached out to others who were there when we met as well to get verification.” “I would never intentionally hurt someone like that. I do not remember it like she remembers it (and clearly we’re quite a bit far apart on this) but I reached out to her privately and expressed that and more, including the possibility that perhaps we both are misremembering *exactly* what happened that night?
And then I got asked to do that Cinemash thing to spoof something.
And I was like, “You know, I’ve always wanted to spoof ‘Dirty Dancing.’” I love that movie so much.
“Dumbfounded I stared at him speechless and he said to me ‘what’s a matter? Ching-chong-ching-chong.'” “Then after he saw I was offended he asked me if I was going to fight with him karate in a southern accent,” she continued.
“Then a few years later he was re-introduced to me after my comedy show with his girlfriend at the time & he said ‘Hi nice to meet you.’ ” Yi refused to concede to followers who claimed she simply didn’t have a sense of humor about the alleged incident, writing, “I will say this: I can tell the difference between this man making a joke vs condescending me.
But then I was like: “But who could play Patrick Swayze? ” And I was like, “Oh my God — Channing Tatum can dance! Don’t let that get to their heads [laughs].” It was the first time I’d ever acted in anything really. I was just talking about this to my friend the other day.
” He was so much fun to work with, and such a nice and funny person, especially since he kept saying he wasn’t funny. You made your big-screen debut opposite an impressive list of funny dudes, including Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill, in ‘Knocked Up’ — what was that experience like? I was like, “They really gave me so many chances because in my audition I was terrible.” I was stuttering and I was covering my face with my script. [Judd Apatow] actually came out rubbing his forehead, going like, “Hmmmmmm …” He was like, “Can you just do what you did in the audition? Let’s just say stupid s***.” I’m like, “Ooooo-kay, I don’t know if you’re going to like this [laughs].” If you suck in audition — which I’ve sucked many times — people usually go, “OK, thank you.
But he’s actually in Toronto right now filming a movie called ‘Scott Pilgrim.’ So that’s interesting [laughs]. ” With all our friends, we kept imagining: What if it was Jonah Hill? I mean, essentially there’s a part of you in the character, but I was like, Wow, he was really good. Has your attitude toward love, which was pretty cynical at the outset of the movie, changed at all since? Through talking to people and seeing these really long relationships … And I think every time I interviewed someone I’d get chills and go, “Oh my God, that’s a really good story.” — because we would hang out with them for hours, shooting and setting up in their house. You can’t help but feel more affected than watching a fictional film because these people are real.
But then we were making a list of all the young actors that were talented and we’re like, “Who’s going to want to play a character named their own name and not get paid a lot of money [laughs] and also be able to, like, play it realistic? He’s great, too, but then Nick was like, “Oh, Michael’s really good.” And he made me watch some ‘Arrested Development.’ I was like, “Oh, he is really good.” Michael is so different from his character. ” [Laughs] It’s just so silly to overreact over something like that.
Le premier single Rock with You se classe numéro un, suivi de Rain on Me, qui se classera .
Elle enregistre aussi une version de Cherish avec les Kool & The Gang.
Viennent alors les questions au sujet des capacités d'Ashanti de reconquérir son public après 7 ans d'absence et en tant qu'artiste indépendante.