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Kristen Wiig & Josh Lucas Test How Well They Know Each Other | All About Me | Harper's BAZAAR

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  • I didn't scream at my agents
  • but I had just flown across the country
  • and watched Bridesmaids
  • and I was like, why can't I get a part like Jon Hamm as in Bridesmaids?
  • Hi, I'm Kristen Wiig.
  • And I'm Josh Lucas.
  • We are going to be asking
  • and answering, some trivia questions about ourselves,
  • And head to toe denim, just for you.
  • Exactly, which we did not choose together
  • but we lucked out.
  • In which movie did Josh star along Reese Witherspoon?
  • Sweet Home Alabama, duh.
  • Are you a fan of the movie?
  • I mean, yes, I've seen it.
  • I haven't seen it recently.
  • Should I help?
  • No.
  • You know, my girlfriend's here, right?
  • And she famously is not, she's not not a fan of the movie.
  • She was not a fan of me.
  • She's a Patrick Dempsey complete.
  • She thought it was terrible
  • that I basically ruined their relationship,
  • And so when I met her, I was like, wait, really?
  • She knows it's not.
  • She was like, yeah, I haven't seen it since.
  • So I was like, okay.
  • So when I was like, well, I'm going to watch.
  • Everyone got mad at you.
  • Let's watch this movie together again.
  • And she still said, no
  • I'm still totally a Patrick Dempsey fan.
  • Oh, wow.
  • I, you know, I would love to do a sequel.
  • Reese Witherspoon currently has control of everyone's lives
  • much less mine, so unless she decides to do it
  • I'm waiting on her.
  • Okay, so, what was Kristen's character in Bridesmaid ready to do on the plane,
  • Get drunk, take pills
  • like, I'm not sure ready
  • what it is, but.
  • That's in reference to the line, ready to party.
  • I was ready to party.
  • Oh, okay.
  • And I'm ready to party!
  • That's a tough one.
  • Yeah, but you answered.
  • Boom.
  • Boom.
  • For which TV show did Josh audition for multiple times
  • early in his career?
  • Was it Sofa Bro?
  • Can I give you a hint?
  • Yeah, give me a hint.
  • It's a very New York City show.
  • Sex and the City.
  • Sex and the City.
  • Very good.
  • There it was.
  • Seriously, I auditioned like seven times.
  • Really?
  • Yeah.
  • And like had multiple callbacks and still wouldn't get it.
  • But I guess I wasn't Sex and the City material.
  • Yeah.
  • What year did Kristen first attend the Met Gala?
  • Wow.
  • I have no idea.
  • When was it?
  • I have no idea.
  • You don't even know?
  • Thousand something.
  • Two thousand twelve.
  • Have you been many times?
  • I've been a few times.
  • Did you have any fancy
  • great outfits you wore that you still remember,
  • Yeah, I mean, that's such a fun thing to get.
  • Did you ever do anything like
  • you know, Jared Leto and go as like a bear?
  • No.
  • No, I didn't do that.
  • Well, there's always next year.
  • I got to go to the Met Gala once
  • and was told I would never go again
  • because me and my friend caused so much trouble,
  • What did you do?
  • I was with my buddy Simon Hammerstein
  • who, I don't know if you know
  • but we have the box together
  • and we were just kind of particularly wild that night,
  • You know how they don't feed anybody on purpose so that everyone gets drunk?,
  • We were just badly behaved.
  • I was literally told, Anna Wintour said
  • you will never go back to the Met Gala.
  • I mean, that's kind of cool.
  • I've never been back to the Met Gala.
  • Yeah.
  • I mean.
  • It was a lot of fun, though.
  • That's good.
  • Which two thousand one
  • Best Picture, Oscar winner
  • did Josh appear in?,
  • Wait, hold on.
  • Was it like a military movie?
  • No.
  • Can you give me a hint?
  • Russell Crowe.
  • Gladiator?
  • No.
  • Beautiful Mind.
  • Yes.
  • Yes, Beautiful Mind.
  • Yeah, yeah.
  • It was fun.
  • He terrified me.
  • He was both wonderful and terrifying at the same time.
  • What was the name of the comedy troupe Kristen was in?
  • The Groundlings.
  • Yes!
  • And I would love to know what are your favorite characters from The Groundlings
  • that you took to audition for with SNL,
  • Because you created some there.
  • Penelope?
  • Yes, no.
  • Aunt Linda, who's like the update movie critic, Target lady.
  • And then I did a few sketches throughout that
  • I'd written there, co written there,
  • Is it true you were working as a barista when you got SNL?
  • No, I've never been a barista.
  • Were you working at a coffee shop or something?
  • Nope.
  • Lots of rumors out there.
  • I like that rumor.
  • There are rumors that I worked at a hot dog stand.
  • What were you really doing?
  • You weren't making a living at the groundings.
  • No, I was a server at Universal Studios
  • actually, in the executive dining room.
  • That was one of my many jobs.
  • And I was a floral designer.
  • Wow.
  • And a nanny and lots of stuff.
  • Were you a nanny to anyone famous?
  • Mindy Sterling, shout out to Mindy Sterling.
  • like a pizza sub shop
  • and I had my interview outside
  • and then some guy ran out
  • and then the guy was like
  • we just got robbed,
  • And I ended up working there.
  • I got the job.
  • Okay, on which show did Josh have an onset accident that required surgery?
  • Oh, you told me this story.
  • You were in like a space, it was a space thing.
  • No, it wasn't.
  • Was it a horse?
  • No, it was your back.
  • No, it was a remake of a very terrific Gene Hackman movie.
  • I'm still not going to get it.
  • The Poseidon Adventure.
  • Okay.
  • But you told me the story.
  • Yeah.
  • I was knocked off a wall by a water cannon
  • I was about thirty feet in the air
  • flew backwards, and came down and snapped literally my thumb off my hand,
  • But didn't you… wait, your thumb came off your hand?
  • Literally, it was ripped off.
  • Terrible.
  • I still have the scars, you can see them?
  • Oh my gosh.
  • See the scars?
  • But didn't you also get hurt badly where you like hit your head
  • you hit your head really hard?,
  • Yes, I remember this.
  • Yes, that was not a surgery though
  • but yeah, that was a space movie.
  • Okay, see, I wasn't too far off.
  • I just get hurt on all my movies.
  • I was using a large gas powered wood chipper, basically.
  • Just in your off time.
  • Just in my off time.
  • It takes big pieces of wood and splits them into four
  • and one of them exploded.
  • and came back and hit me right in the face.
  • Oh my gosh.
  • I had a complete reconciliation.
  • It was gone.
  • So you have really been hurt.
  • And the guy said to me
  • I went to this very, very famous fancy doctor in Los Angeles
  • and he said to me, let me show you.
  • I could give you Kevin Costner's nose.
  • I was like, I don't want Kevin Costner's nose.
  • I just want my nose back.
  • He goes, look, Kevin's nose is actually better than yours.
  • He said that?
  • Yeah, and I was like, no man, I want my nose back.
  • And he was like, don't you think we could mix the two
  • like combine them a little bit
  • it'd be perfect for, because I hadn't started shooting the new season yet
  • so yeah,
  • What, insane.
  • So I fought with him, said no
  • I want my nose back, I don't want Kevin's nose.
  • I wonder if Kevin knows his nose.
  • His nose is a little prettier than mine, I gotta say.
  • You have a great nose.
  • You have a beautiful nose.
  • It's got some strength to it.
  • We'll get a close up on that nose later.
  • Gosh, I don't know this one.
  • What was the name of Kristen's tiny hand character on SNL?
  • And the thing is, it's one of the best, and I don't know.
  • I know Penelope's the great twisty hair one.
  • Doonies.
  • Doonies?
  • Dooneese?
  • Did you come up with that name?
  • I don't remember, I don't think so.
  • Dooneese.
  • Yeah, I think that was James Anderson.
  • Do you know anyone named Dooneese?
  • No, no.
  • So not only does she have sad little hands
  • she has kind of a sad
  • strange names.
  • Okay, what two films did Josh star in that have the exact same name?
  • I do understand that you probably know very little about my career
  • and there's very little reason that you would know,
  • Here's a clue.
  • No, that's not true, but I don't know this one.
  • Well, here's a clue.
  • One of them was with your boy, Jon Hamm.
  • For some reason, I have two movies called Stolen.
  • Two.
  • One's with Nicolas Cage
  • and it's just terrible
  • and it's wonderful,
  • I spent the entire time trying to out Nicolas Cage
  • Nicolas Cage.
  • Nicolas Cage gives the only boring performance of his entire career
  • because I was doing Nicolas Cage,
  • And Nicolas Cage was like, you've got the better part, man.
  • And then the other one was with John Hammer.
  • Yeah, it was lovely, actually, that one.
  • Okay.
  • Oh, but here's another part of that.
  • Oh, tell me before I flick.
  • I, before I got this job
  • I didn't scream at my agents
  • but I had just flown across the country to watch Bridesmaids
  • and I was like, why can't I get a part like Jon Hamm has in Bridesmaids?
  • He's like, he's an asshole in the movie.
  • He's like the bad guy.
  • I was like, exactly, but he's in it, and it's a great movie.
  • I want a Jon Hamm, Mad Men part.
  • My agent was like, so
  • that's how it amazingly manifested
  • two weeks later, with this,
  • Oh, that was a terrible throw.
  • Mine went right down.
  • There's a rapid fire round.
  • And it's coming up next.
  • Next is a rapid fire round.
  • Most recent celebrity you met for the first time.
  • I don't understand that question.
  • It's a double question.
  • Margot Robbie.
  • Favorite fashion trend.
  • Denim.
  • Yep.
  • Good answer.
  • Movie you wish to star in.
  • Just a movie that I want to star in?
  • It could be from the past, it could be from the future.
  • It doesn't give me any parameters here.
  • Oh, I want to be in like a space movie.
  • Really?
  • Yeah.
  • What actor are you dying to work with?
  • Again, Russell Crowe.
  • Guy's awesome.
  • Current favorite song?
  • You know what?
  • I've been listening to Welcome to New York by Taylor Swift with my daughter
  • and that's a damn good song,
  • My son would be angry.
  • He's an anti Taylor Swift person.
  • B, do you want your son having millions of people coming after him?
  • He's an eleven year old.
  • He's hardcore.
  • I love Taylor Swift.
  • It's great.
  • Goodbye.
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