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But then watching it—I enjoy shooting a sex scene and I hate watching them. It’s really funny to me because I’ve known him now for a few years, and we have kind of a relationship where I pick on him quite a bit, and to see him becoming this lust object for girls is so funny to me. Whenever something comes up in conversation about that, it makes me laugh.** Lizzy Caplan: **Martin Starr, man.
Over the holiday weekend, Caplan and producer/actor Tom Riley tied the knot in Italy.
is a kind of anti-marriage movie, like the happy ending for Alison [Brie] and Martin [Starr] is that they call off the wedding, which is not to say they won’t be together and get married down the line; I’m sure they will.
But it seems like the happy ending comes with calling off your wedding, if you really boil it down and simplify it.
One year after outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their Robin Hood-style magic spectacles, the illusionists resurface for a comeback performance in hopes of exposing the unethical practices of a tech magnate.
The man behind their vanishing act is none other than WALTER MABRY [Daniel Radcliffe], a tech prodigy who threatens the Horsemen into pulling off their most impossible heist yet.
Are you at that stage where everyone starts getting married? I have a couple friends from growing up who are married, but the vast majority of us are not.
GQ: What is it like having this instantaneous feedback on your movies? I’m not on Twitter, but I’ve been checking it, not having an account, and it’s—I mean, I guess there’s nothing to do about it but accept that’s the way it is now. late summer, and they turned them around so quickly and we’re seeing them now, and so that part of the instantaneous, the immediate gratification, it feels more like television than film, so that I like.I recently sat down with Caplan and Franco at the film’s New York junket to talk about the sequel.We chatted about having the opportunity to dig into Lula’s weirdness, her unusual and grotesque style of magic, getting weird with their characters’ eccentric romance, getting mentalized by Woody Harrelson, and more. THE FOUR HORSEMEN [Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Lizzy Caplan] return for a second mind-bending adventure, elevating the limits of stage illusion to new heights and taking them around the globe.I don’t think it’s as cliché—it’s certainly not for me—as like, "I like guys who are assholes to me." Definitely not.But that pure, sweet niceness, I don’t know, I liked seeing in a movie that that’s not really working out for him trying to get this girl.** Lizzy Caplan: **Yeah, they hate women. And the last thing I’ll say about Adam, if I could shoot every movie with him, I would, just because it’s so easy working with him. I mean, even beyond buzz on the shuttle bus or in the bathrooms afterwards, you’ve got people leaving the screenings and Tweeting things immediately.** Lizzy Caplan: **Yeah. The Tweeting business, that’s a little too instant for my liking.But then again, you get to hear what people are thinking—like, people, GQ: Obviously, you can’t get away from the fact that the themes of both your movies at Sundance are commitment, fear of commitment, fear of growing up, stuff like that.Lula isn’t a Henley redux, in fact, she is odd as hell and a delightfully unique addition to the ranks of the oft-negligible leading ladies of the summer blockbuster season.And she plays like gangbusters off of Dave Franco‘s Jack Wilder, the underdog cardsmith and unexpected standout from the first film.People, for the most part, leave me alone, but I also feel that the timer’s about to expire and I’m going to be getting that question quite often, and it’ll just make me probably not want to do it. I do like the idea of the nice guy kind of getting shit on, because that is what happens.I mean, he is so loving, and I know personally, in my past, if guys have been so nice to me—nice is the wrong word—anything I wanted, they treated, and put me on a pedestal and all that, I do get sort of bored with that and want to push them away.She costars with Alison Brie, who plays her marriage-minded sister Beth, Martin Starr as Beth’s fiancé Andrew, Geoffrey Arend as her ex-boyfriend Kevin, and Mark Webber as her new paramour.This wonderful ensemble brings tons of heart to a relatable story about how scary love, sex, marriage, and loneliness can be. Caplan plays Gena, a coked-out mess who returns to NYC for an old friend’s wedding. It’s a very different coming with a short film, because it shows in a shorts program as opposed to your own premiere, and then to have two films here this year is pretty insane.Besides the utter havoc that she and her gal pals Regan (Dunst) and Katie (Fisher) cause for the bride-to-be at her rehearsal dinner, the trio go on a secret all-night quest to get the bridal dress fid after a drunken mishap. Luckily they’re in separate categories so I’m getting to experience the premiere and also the competition vibe, but yeah, it’s overwhelming. If I wasn’t leaving today, I’d have no idea what day it is.I’m just waiting for people to tell me where to go and for how long for so many days in a row.