Laurens play room phone sex. ‘For a Good Time Call’ Interview.



Laurens play room phone sex

Laurens play room phone sex

September 5, at Ari Graynor , Call , College , F. The film is about two college frenemies, Lauren Lauren Anne Miller and Katie Ari Graynor who through a mutual friend played by Justin Long are forced to become roommates due to financial circumstances. Lauren soon learns that the job she moved to New York City is gone and discovers that Katie makes ends meet by being a phone sex operator. Soon, the two girls team up to open their own sex chat line, but will success go to their head?

First off let me tell you that on the week I saw your film, I viewed 9 films and yours was the one that I talked about the most. Hold on was it in a good way? In a good way, I loved the film, very inventive. Well, Katie and I started writing the script three years ago.

We wanted to explore that world of female friendship. Like sometimes girls hate each other for no reason but then they can become best friends. And we wanted to set it in a world that would really inspire the girls to come out of their shells and change; to really recognize their potential both as individuals and through their friendship which happened to be a world that Katie was familiar with, from her experience in college. It so happens that I was a phone sex operator.

It became so advantageous that I came up with my own number and marketed it; sometimes very poorly and other times very cleverly. I ran a phone sex line from my dorm room in college. It was all a blur.

It was a hazy time. To be really honest, looking back on it I was super uncomfortable as a college freshman. So it certainly made me feel confident in that way too. I sounded cool at parties and people loved hearing about it. It was a really exciting thing and in a weird way, it shaped a lot of who I became and who I was. That was awesome, I love that story. So when you guys decided to write this film, did you come up with this idea right away or did you kind of work around it?

So Katie moved out to LA and settled into her place. I had read an F. Lauren and I were at odds at the beginning, so it just felt like starting that story we could see the arc because we knew where we were right then and we were happy. We were in a good place. It just seemed why not really heighten that divide and then bring the girls together because we understood that structurally, the romantic comedy format that everyone is used to, where they hate each other, they love each other…oh, no…there back.

So we knew that and said why not do that with two girls, it just seemed like the odd couple with phone sex. And then we just ran with it. And people will be knocking our door down to be making this movie. And we were wrong. Just a huge mistake. So you have a really good and amazing cast in this film.

What was your favorite scene to watch in the film? But there is something in that moment that the tone of the film really picks up and gives a sense of fun, camp, color and excitement. Ari, you do most of the phone sex in the film.

So did you do any research? I mean every time I was on the phone, basically it became dirty talk for the past year. No, I like to say that if you have to do phone sex, that you have to be open minded and non-judgmental, confident and creative.

All things that I try to work on in my everyday life. The goal was always to make it be funny over sexy. How much of the phone sex dialogue was scripted and how much was improvised? Especially with all of the cameos of the guys that call the phone sex line?

Everything was scripted at one point. All the calls were scripted out but obviously with the callers it was super important to make sure that those people, who were such talented comedians and improvisers, to really let them run free because why else would you have them? So, for example, the very first thing we shot was Ari on the bed with the Kevin Smith call and Kevin was nowhere around.

But most of what we said was on script. When the guys came in, it was say whatever you want. And we will make it work. I remember for Martha MacIsaac, whose our friend, who plays the inmate; that she had the script and I had some alternate lines that I was delivering to her trailer.

She opened the door with cornrows through her hair. So I gave her the alternate lines, but I told her to feel free to say whatever she thought would work. And she had Googled sex practices in prison.

I had used split screens in previous films and thought it would be so great. But at the same time, to give the actors the flexibility of saying whatever they wanted, the timing of the scenes with two sides of the image at the same time was going to be really limiting to us.

So, to shoot a lot and to cut it to what works the best and funniest, we decided against the split screen. My favorite phone caller is the accountant, because I loved the ending of that scene. What have we asked him to do? What kind of movie are we making? Because he was the first caller we shot and he just went on and on.

There was so much that we could have used. We had over an hour of material to choose from with him in that bathroom stall. We let those guys run and they delivered some amazing stuff. Same with Justin Long, who was just amazing. I could tell there were a couple of scenes with Justin Long that let his personality come through on the screen, especially the scenes he had with the dog.

The whole scenes with the dog were very funny. Justin would have stolen every scene if you let him because he loved to go on and on. He really brought an electricity to the scene; girls had great chemistry with him. But we did have to pull him back a bit because everything that came out of his mouth is so unexpected.

Did I write that? He just was really smart and always surprised you. You never knew where he is going to go next, always getting funnier and funnier.

But so many times we had to move on because it was just too much great comedy after great comedy. It was coming from such a smart place, like none of it was not funny. You know, our shooting schedule was so short and some people would come in and just work for a few days and then leave.

Justin was just coming at that role from a very smart, intellectual and emotional place. We joked, but we literally did a character study with Jamie and based his sort of look, voice and walk on Jamie. It was very funny to us, but actually was really smart method-y piece of acting. Though he also is a little strange also, especially with the dog. Did you have to twist his arm? Well, I slept with him.

It was pretty easy. And she withheld, how long did you hold out? We just got married in October and we dated for seven years. Obviously, he was super supportive throughout the entire process. Remember, we gave him the script and we wanted feedback. I know this is early… Ari: We just know we are going to be in the moment. I know I am going to go last because they think I am a talker.

Oh, I thought you meant for Best Screenplay. So, let me try to get this out. Have you thought about doing another project together? Sure, we think about it every day. I am always thinking about writing. Whatever happened to Sean? He went out for a sandwich and never came back.

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Laurens play room phone sex

September 5, at Ari Graynor , Call , College , F. The film is about two college frenemies, Lauren Lauren Anne Miller and Katie Ari Graynor who through a mutual friend played by Justin Long are forced to become roommates due to financial circumstances. Lauren soon learns that the job she moved to New York City is gone and discovers that Katie makes ends meet by being a phone sex operator. Soon, the two girls team up to open their own sex chat line, but will success go to their head?

First off let me tell you that on the week I saw your film, I viewed 9 films and yours was the one that I talked about the most. Hold on was it in a good way? In a good way, I loved the film, very inventive. Well, Katie and I started writing the script three years ago. We wanted to explore that world of female friendship. Like sometimes girls hate each other for no reason but then they can become best friends.

And we wanted to set it in a world that would really inspire the girls to come out of their shells and change; to really recognize their potential both as individuals and through their friendship which happened to be a world that Katie was familiar with, from her experience in college. It so happens that I was a phone sex operator. It became so advantageous that I came up with my own number and marketed it; sometimes very poorly and other times very cleverly.

I ran a phone sex line from my dorm room in college. It was all a blur. It was a hazy time. To be really honest, looking back on it I was super uncomfortable as a college freshman. So it certainly made me feel confident in that way too. I sounded cool at parties and people loved hearing about it. It was a really exciting thing and in a weird way, it shaped a lot of who I became and who I was.

That was awesome, I love that story. So when you guys decided to write this film, did you come up with this idea right away or did you kind of work around it? So Katie moved out to LA and settled into her place.

I had read an F. Lauren and I were at odds at the beginning, so it just felt like starting that story we could see the arc because we knew where we were right then and we were happy. We were in a good place. It just seemed why not really heighten that divide and then bring the girls together because we understood that structurally, the romantic comedy format that everyone is used to, where they hate each other, they love each other…oh, no…there back.

So we knew that and said why not do that with two girls, it just seemed like the odd couple with phone sex. And then we just ran with it. And people will be knocking our door down to be making this movie. And we were wrong. Just a huge mistake. So you have a really good and amazing cast in this film. What was your favorite scene to watch in the film? But there is something in that moment that the tone of the film really picks up and gives a sense of fun, camp, color and excitement.

Ari, you do most of the phone sex in the film. So did you do any research? I mean every time I was on the phone, basically it became dirty talk for the past year. No, I like to say that if you have to do phone sex, that you have to be open minded and non-judgmental, confident and creative.

All things that I try to work on in my everyday life. The goal was always to make it be funny over sexy. How much of the phone sex dialogue was scripted and how much was improvised? Especially with all of the cameos of the guys that call the phone sex line? Everything was scripted at one point. All the calls were scripted out but obviously with the callers it was super important to make sure that those people, who were such talented comedians and improvisers, to really let them run free because why else would you have them?

So, for example, the very first thing we shot was Ari on the bed with the Kevin Smith call and Kevin was nowhere around. But most of what we said was on script. When the guys came in, it was say whatever you want. And we will make it work. I remember for Martha MacIsaac, whose our friend, who plays the inmate; that she had the script and I had some alternate lines that I was delivering to her trailer.

She opened the door with cornrows through her hair. So I gave her the alternate lines, but I told her to feel free to say whatever she thought would work. And she had Googled sex practices in prison. I had used split screens in previous films and thought it would be so great. But at the same time, to give the actors the flexibility of saying whatever they wanted, the timing of the scenes with two sides of the image at the same time was going to be really limiting to us.

So, to shoot a lot and to cut it to what works the best and funniest, we decided against the split screen. My favorite phone caller is the accountant, because I loved the ending of that scene. What have we asked him to do?

What kind of movie are we making? Because he was the first caller we shot and he just went on and on. There was so much that we could have used. We had over an hour of material to choose from with him in that bathroom stall. We let those guys run and they delivered some amazing stuff. Same with Justin Long, who was just amazing. I could tell there were a couple of scenes with Justin Long that let his personality come through on the screen, especially the scenes he had with the dog.

The whole scenes with the dog were very funny. Justin would have stolen every scene if you let him because he loved to go on and on. He really brought an electricity to the scene; girls had great chemistry with him. But we did have to pull him back a bit because everything that came out of his mouth is so unexpected.

Did I write that? He just was really smart and always surprised you. You never knew where he is going to go next, always getting funnier and funnier. But so many times we had to move on because it was just too much great comedy after great comedy. It was coming from such a smart place, like none of it was not funny. You know, our shooting schedule was so short and some people would come in and just work for a few days and then leave. Justin was just coming at that role from a very smart, intellectual and emotional place.

We joked, but we literally did a character study with Jamie and based his sort of look, voice and walk on Jamie. It was very funny to us, but actually was really smart method-y piece of acting.

Though he also is a little strange also, especially with the dog. Did you have to twist his arm? Well, I slept with him. It was pretty easy. And she withheld, how long did you hold out?

We just got married in October and we dated for seven years. Obviously, he was super supportive throughout the entire process. Remember, we gave him the script and we wanted feedback. I know this is early… Ari: We just know we are going to be in the moment. I know I am going to go last because they think I am a talker.

Oh, I thought you meant for Best Screenplay. So, let me try to get this out. Have you thought about doing another project together? Sure, we think about it every day. I am always thinking about writing. Whatever happened to Sean? He went out for a sandwich and never came back.

Laurens play room phone sex

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3 Comments

  1. My favorite phone caller is the accountant, because I loved the ending of that scene. But most of what we said was on script.

  2. I know this is early… Ari: We were in a good place. But so many times we had to move on because it was just too much great comedy after great comedy.

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