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It’s a curiously private thing she does, mixing a jigger of Judy Holliday, a dash of Goldie Hawn, and a pinch of Sid Vicious to brew a winsome bubblehead. The film is an R-rated comedy that’s “female-driven,” meaning that it’s told from a woman’s point of view, and that’s always been a tough sell. “And girls aren’t that into it, either.” When such a film does get made—a “The Sweetest Thing” or “Spring Breakdown”—studios eye its receipts to gauge whether the trenches in the gender war have moved.
Studio executives believe that male moviegoers would rather prep for a colonoscopy than experience a woman’s point of view, particularly if that woman drinks or swears or has a great job or an orgasm. If, as expected, they haven’t, the transgressors are roundly punished. ” is not the usual romantic comedy teaser of “Will girl get boy?
Right—even as she’s increasingly drawn to Colin, the Lothario across the hall. "Chris texted me this morning and he was like, 'I proposed to Katherine last night,' " Faris continued. " On the Tuesday episode of her podcast, "Anna Faris Is Unqualified," the actress said Pratt texted her shortly after he popped the question. I knew that it was gonna happen and I love her and I love him and I'm just so happy that they found each other," she said.Anna’s more Lucille Ball—she’s funny like a guy would be funny.”In a career that began in the horror-spoof “Scary Movie” franchise, Faris has played characters named Cindy, Kelly, Shelley, Cassie, Brandi, Polly, and Wendy.Though she had arresting cameos in “Lost in Translation” and “Brokeback Mountain,” her more usual task, in fare like “The Hot Chick,” has been to perform CPR on such dialogue as “It’s not every day that your best friend grows a penis”—to be a one-woman rescue team for films that aimed low and crashed before they got there.