How was the shoot?
A lot of fun, and I got a workout! I was in six-inch heels on a treadmill. That’s a workout. I don’t care what people say.
Pain & Gain is about a couple of bodybuilders who get involved in a kidnapping plot that goes awry. Have you had any run-ins with the law?
Why would I tell the world about my illegal enterprises? I am Russian-Israeli, and I take the Fifth. That’s what I’ll say.
You play Sorina, an exotic dancer who came to America dreaming of fame. Did you have any stripper training?
I did. I got with a pole dancing teacher. It’s hard work! I had to wear knee pads because I’d get so bruised from the pole. I have a new appreciation for dancers.
Are you ready for the massive fame that comes with being a “Bay girl”? It’s kind of like being a Bond girl.
It’s better! The madness still hasn’t hit me. But I have started getting e-mails with love poems. Guys compare me to the sun and the moon, bless their hearts.
There’s a scene that involves a white powdery drug, Dwayne Johnson, and your rear. How many takes was that?
Not that many! Why does that scene leave such an impression on men? It’s literally a split second in the movie!
Hmm, we’ll have to think about that. So how was giving lap dances to Dwayne and Mark Wahlberg?
Awkward! I did the scene with Mark one of the first days. It was like, “Hi.” “Hi.” And I’m flipping my hair in his face.
The guys in the movie lie to your character to impress you. Has a guy ever lied to get your attention?I was at Rite Aid with a runny nose getting cold medicine, and this guy comes up and says, “Hey, I’m doing this movie with Megan Fox now. You should be in it.” I’m like, “Yeah, OK.” It never works.
And that guy was Michael Bay!
Comedian and actor Andy Dick has been cast for a role in the American remake of Israeli sitcom “Life Isn’t Everything.”
The pilot episode of the multi-camera comedy series, which will be called “Divorce: A Love Story,” will be shot this weekend. The show will be produced by ABC Studios, Sony Pictures Television, Israeli producer Noa Tishby and Reshet, the Israeli company behind the format.
Dick first became known to the public eye in the early 1990s on “The Ben Stiller Show” on the Fox Network. Since then, he appeared on David Letterman’s show on CBS and starred on his own program, “The Andy Dick Show,” on MTV for three seasons. He is currently a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars.”
Dick, 47, who will play the role portrayed by actor Motti Katz in the Israeli version, will be joining a cast which already includes actors Jason Jones, Andrea Anders and Adam Goldberg.
The new series, based on the successful Israeli format which aired on Channel 2 for nine seasons, follows a couple which discovers it cannot function together or apart after getting divorced.
The series was initially sold to CBS about a year ago, but after the network decided to drop it, it was purchased by ABC. Daniel Lappin, who created the Israeli series, will write the American version as well alongside “Friends” writer Mike Sikowitz.
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According to Dudi Caspi of Algemeiner : “Sources reveal that Carey even asked her to sing something in Hebrew, however that wasn’t eventually shown on the show.”