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Just in time for the film’s premiere, we sat down with the cast of the soon-to-be-hit Hall Pass. Jason Sudeikis, Owen Wilson, Christina Applegate and Jenna Fischer, gave us a glimpse of what a week of freedom (a “pass”) looks like.
The group explained how they prepared for their raunchy scenes, gave their own definition of a “Hall Pass,” and shared what it was like to work with the comic legends the Farrelly Brothers (who also directed There’s Something About Mary and Kingpin). Listen closely. Their answers might just surprise you.
Hall Pass, which opens next Friday (February 25), follows Rick (Owen Wilson) and his wing-man Fred (Jason Sudeikis). Their wives (Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate), are fed up by their respective husband’s wandering eyes. The women decide to give their mates a one week “hall pass” (permission to have sex with as many women as you can). Is it dream come true or, a total marital disaster in the making?
Thanks to our friends at New Line Cinema, the cast of Hall Pass chat about working with the Farrelly Brothers and the realities behind taking the “pass.” Those thinking about it, take note!
Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis on shocking scenes in the film, acting in R rated films, and comedic chemistry.
The concept behind the “Hall Pass” and how it’s used in other countries. Apparently it exists in Scandinavia.
Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate call one of the Farrlley Brothers “godfather” and “the secret wizard. ” Find out which brother they are talking about. And, who’s the “messenger.”
Like most Farrlley Brothers films, many should expect the unexpected. Watch the trailer below and let us know if you think the new comedy will be able to recapture their 90s comedy magic.
Hall Pass will be in theaters on Feb. 25, and also stars Curb Your Enthusiasm funny guy, J.B Smoove (aka Leon Black) who we are a big fan of. But until then, let us know what you think of it so far via the comments below.