Transcript for Dakota Johnson on Working With 'Ridiculous' Rebel Wilson in 'How to Be Single'
You're a good man. Nice to see you. To Lara. Thank you, rob. Any plans for Valentine's day? Sitting in front of the fire. We have a come-day. A fancy way of saying comedy. Dakota Johnson with a lot to learn. I got the talk to her about the movie. The dating struggles. She tries to strike up a conversation. Hey, what's up, y'all? I don't know why I said y'all. You all would have take. Just as much time. I'm not even from the south. I'm from Portland. Which is southern from Canada. Are y'all Canadian? I just did it again. I said it again. Oh, my god, okay, bye. We have all been there. Watching that, I was like, stop talking. That's like me, every day. Can you relate to that? Awkward? Not knowing what to say? A lot of the time. Yes. I find that hard to believe. Really? Yeah. I guess, see, it's happening right now. That's all right. Among friends. I love the movie. I liked it because the title sort of "How to be single" I was assuming romantic comedy. It was more than that. What is the message? I think it's about taking the time to just be yourself. And especially for young women to figure out who you are and what you like and go and do whatever you want all the time. There is a lot of scenes that I think women will relate to. On a very personal level. So many scenes that have so funmy. Ho you was it working with rebel Wilson. She is great. Is she improvising? Yeah. A lot of it was like, you look, oh, my god. She would go on runs and rants. I would just be like giggling crying off camera. A great date movie. Be prepared to loof and giggle. Really, I'm proud of it. And "How to be single" hits theaters today.
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