Anna Faris Talks Women Actresses, Co-Stars And Boob Jobs In Marie Claire
Women of Hollywood, do yourselves -- and your careers -- a favor: find Anna Feris's number. And call it.
And no, that's not a pun on her upcoming film, either.
The "House Bunny" and "Scary Movie" standout is due to star in the upcoming sex comedy, "What's Your Number?" and, if it does as well as expected, it's going to make her a very powerful lady in show business. Unfortunately, it's a rarity that a woman star can top line a straight comedy, and even rarer that an all-woman ensemble can do so. It happened with this spring's "Bridesmaids," and if Faris can pull it off, she says she wants her own "equivalent of the Judd Apatow crew," alluding to the Seth Rogen-led humor frat that consistently opens films to great fanfare.
She's already taking applications.
"When we meet each other, it's always at some fussy event where everyone's, you know, schmoozy and full of sh*t. So it's difficult," Faris tells Marie Claire in their new issue. "I would love to have more actress friends, but I just don't... I have to call somebody's agent and be like, 'Hey, I know this is crazy — I don't even have a specific project — but I'd really like to hang out with this girl.' It has to be awkwardly coordinated like that."
One potential project to get in touch with her about: "Gold Diggers," which she's producing herself.
"It's really exciting to create something, sell it, and feel like I'm not just a pawn waiting to be cast," she said about the project.
That Faris has reached this moment in her career speaks to her talent, but also her perseverance. After a three year marriage fell apart in 2007, she went off the rails a bit, getting a boob job and hitting the sauce.
"I was like, 'F*ck it, I've got nothing to lose, nobody to support,'" she remembered thinking. "I wore the same Garfield shirt and jeans for three weeks. I had a running joke with my friend: 'I hope somebody roofies me tonight!' I didn't care what people thought."
Now married to Chris Pratt, an emerging comedy star in his own right, Faris now doesn't have to worry what people think: she's about to be in charge.
For much more, click over to Marie Claire.