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Paul Rudd improvised what is sure to be the most quoted scene in Wanderlust. He and Jennifer Aniston play a New York couple who try living on a hippie commune. At a press conference for the film I asked them several questions about the David Wain comedy. CraveOnline: Were there any takes that you just couldn't believe how long they were letting you go? Paul Rudd: I mean, come on. That's just about every single one in the movie, I'd say. Jennifer Aniston: David would wait, but then he would do it just for his own laugh.
You'd hear him laughing. We would just be going on and on and on and then finally he'd yell cut, laughing and we knew we were just giving David a kick. Paul Rudd: I like it.
I'm not a fan of just doing the scene, cut, setup again and do the scene again, cut, do it again. It's nice when you can kind of keep going and sometimes find a rhythm, a groove, something can happen, particularly if you're improvising.
So, it's great when you have a director that wants to work like that.
For me, I like it. Jennifer Aniston: That's where you find the magic, the fun stuff comes, when someone is not so strict on sticking to the script.
So, you're allowed the spontaneity and great moments can happen. Paul Rudd: That was just gross. That was our first day of shooting.
That was the second scene that we shot and it did go on along. Jennifer Aniston: You set the tone. It only went uphill from there. Paul Rudd: That was the first scene.
The mirror was the second scene and I remember vividly seeing the many faces of the crew with the expression of, like, 'What the fuck am I working on,' like legitimately concerned, like, 'This is not what I read.
This is weird. Paul Rudd: There's pressure every single time, the pressure of not sucking.
Now that you've pointed it out I think I'm screwed. Jennifer Aniston: Well, I'm extremely flattered, humbled and nervous and excited all at the same time. It feels very surreal, to be honest. I was born here and it's sort of something that you went and saw as a. You were excited about just walking and seeing the names, and to imagine that you're going to be there is really special. It's fun.Paul rudd dirty talk
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