Video: Kristen Bell, Betty White, Sigourney Weaver and Odette Yustman Having Fight
Kristen Bell, Betty White, Sigourney Weaver and Odette Yustman's interview to promote their new movie "You Again" has turned nasty. Instead of talking about the upcoming drama comedy film, the four actresses end up fighting. The dispute, however, is only part of the movie promotion in a new Funny of Die video.
During the chat, the movie's director, Andy Fickman, is seen approaching Kristen and asking her to emphasize on the comedic element rather than a long-winded explanation of character motivations. And it turns out, Betty, Sigourney and Odette feel the same way too as they get bored with never-keep-her-mouth-shut Kristen.
And the interview gets even nastier when Kristen, Betty, Sigourney and Odette all stand up just because Kristen is sick of hearing Sigourney mentioning her "Avatar" part. Sigourney then launches tirade aims at Kristen, calling her "Heartbreakers" and "Year of Living Dangerously". Betty, in the meantime, refuses to stay out of it as she also threatens to take Kristen down.
As things get heat up, helmer Andy asks them to calm down and reminds them they already "had so much fun" making the movie. Kristen, Betty, Sigourney and Odette begin to muse and end their sudden rift. However, Kristen starts talking again which leads Andy, Sigourney and Odette leaving the set. Betty, who is the last to stay, advises Kristen that whenever women gang up on other women, "there's always a reason."
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