Aubrey plaza smokes marijuana with the "weed nuns" (w/ video)
Plaza: We did numerous versions. It's nice to emote something and you want to make things for those people, so having that is good sometimes.
I understand it from a business point of view and I have friends who handle it like a business, like you Aubrey. Plaza: Yeah, I'm a private person and don't like sharing my private life with people, but as a producer and being in a professional business, there is a part of it where you need to give back. Olsen: Yeah, I mean, honestly, from a specific business point of view, it would help me.
So there is a cycle and social media is very important to all those companies that you want to be on good terms with so you can promote your projects. Plaza: I mean, I went to film school for writing and directing and I definitely want to direct, but I don't know when that will be. Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation. Loading Something is loading.
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I'm sure we did real weird stuff, even weirder than the finished cut. For you. I think [director] Matt [Spicer] and I had so many conversations about what's wrong with her — it's never really stated. The movie is kind of a commentary on where we are.
Jason Guerrasio. Good Subscriber active since Shortcuts. Olsen: Yeah, I did research. Though right now I'm developing two things and I have never had more fun pitching and being on projects from the beginning.
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We were just in a desert in that truck in the middle of the night just singing that song. And inevitably that is helpful for your projects. We're in it right now so it's really hard to have a perspective on it, but it feels scary to me.
So Matt set up a fake for me and I followed 35 people and it's fascinating. I've never produced before so it's always exciting as an actor to see your movie at Sundance, but as a producer it's even more exciting because you were there from the very beginning. Plaza: It's like coming up with something to post and then going, "Forget it, I'm not doing it.
Matt actually had a list of 35 people on Instagram who we could model Taylor off of. Guerrasio: Is it frightening to think that there might be a person like Ingrid out there trying to connect with you through social media?
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I thought it was fascinating and humanizing. Using it when I do a cover story, that would be helpful for me. Olsen: I like acting. But I just don't know how to commit to it.
Plaza: I definitely did a lot of thinking about it. When Matt first told me to do it, I was like, if I'm playing someone who does drugs, I don't have to go and become a drug addict, but at a point I was like, "Eh, lean into it.
Plaza: I had not practiced. Plaza: I think it's its own animal that is evolving and it's something that in years to come we'll look back on and learn a lot about it.
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All different levels of energy from both of us. icon An icon in the shape of a person's head and shoulders. I think the script was well-written and the character just jumped off the. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options.
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Log out. Plaza: Yeah, it was Seal's " Kiss from a Rose. But not in film or acting, it would help me in the other picture of all this, which is branding. It often indicates a user profile.
address. But yeah, you knew it. Plaza: It's really exciting. Guerrasio: I feel this movie is the same way, too. Olsen: I think there was another song first, but they couldn't get the rights for it. Aubrey Plaza: Yeah, I kind of did a little switcheroo.
Olsen: I just don't want people to know what I'm doing. Olsen: I think it's advancing so fast and there's something always new, I think we're still exploring how it's most beneficial.
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I have no clue who these people are, but they have millions and millions of followers and they get paid for it and they all look fabulous and they get invited to very prestigious things. It's frustrating but it becomes this thing that you fall in love with.
I mean, there are things you want to tell your fans, but you also want privacy and not to be trolled. Olsen: Well, I'm not good at that. I try not to place judgments as a general rule of thumb but I think I had a little bit of judgment before and now I understand it's a potential career just like any other career.