Also, Juliette Lewis talks about making ‘Strange Days’ with Kathryn Bigelow.
With Tate taylorstar-studded crime comedy Latest news in Yuba County opening at select theaters and On-Demand this weekend, I was recently able to speak with Mila Kunis Y Juliette Lewis about doing black comedy. If you haven’t seen the trailers, the movie stars Allison janney as a housewife who becomes a local celebrity after her husband (Matthew modine) disappears. As the investigation escalates, he finds himself dodging a suspicious cop (Regina hall), a local news reporter (Kunis) who happens to be his half-sister, an aspiring mobster (Awkwafina), and her husband’s useless brother (Jimmi simpson), all of whom want to know what really happened. The film also stars Wanda sykes, Ellen barkin, Samira wiley, Bridget everett, Clifton Collins Jr. Y Keong Sim.
During the extensive conversation, each one shared their reasons for wanting to be part of Latest news in Yuba County, how the movie has a bit more violence than you might expect, why each of the supporting actors is an actor you will recognize, and more. Also, Kunis talks about Family man and why it’s the best job he’s ever had, Lewis shares what it was like to do Kathryn Bigelow’s Strange Days, and each reveals who helped them transition from child star to successful adult.
See what each of them said on the player above and below is exactly what we are talking about.
Mila Kunis and Juliette Lewis:
Kunis thinks Family man will overcome The Simpsons And how long can Seth MacFarlane keep it going?
Lewis on what it was to do Strange Days And what should we do to get Kathryn Bigelow to make more movies?
Why did everyone want to be part of Latest news in Yuba County?
How the movie has a bit more violence than you might expect.
How each of the supporting actors is a person you know.
How is each of them credited for helping them transition from child stars to successful working adults in the industry?
Jeff and special guest John Rocha also weigh in on Netflix’s ‘Malcolm & Marie’, Judd Apatow’s ‘The Bubble’ and the death of Christopher Plummer.
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