Transcript for Isla Fisher shares details of her new role in ‘Godmothered’
nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah... Thank you Back now with Isla fisher, so great in movies. Now starring in "Godmother." She joins us now. Thank you for being with us. How has quarantine been going for you and your family? It's been a challenging time. I'm not great at fourth grade long division. I have plateaued. The silver lining has been getting to spend more time to. Trying to do math homework during quarantine is not a good idea. Tell us about "Godmother." It's been described as fairytale that updates gender roles. Fair? Absolutely. Our story the damsel doesn't need to be rescued. She doesn't need a gown or prince or castle. It's about a funny, perienced godmother played by Gillian bell who teaches my character that she needs a happiness make over. I think we have a clip that includes what you W describing. Let's take a look. Me again. It's me, Eleanor. Okay. Okay. I'm your fairy godmother. Back off lady. Most fairy godmothers are older. If you can overlook my youth. You'll find I have a can-do attitude that's going to take us far. What do you hope movie Goers take away from this movie? I think they're just going to -- it's such a wonderful movie this time of year. It's a buddy comedy with the Christmas elements and the holiday spirit. As I mentioned earlier, it's great for young kids seeing this movie to feel that they don't have to get happy ever after the way they've been in dock nated to imagine. It can be an individual thing. My character is happy the way she is. That's where the comedy -- that's the jumping off point for the comedy. We hear you have another interesting co-star in the form of piglet? Interesting is the right word. Yes, we worked with this wonderful piglet. She clearly got a different script. She oinked through the scenes and was digging into my pockets for a truffle or something. It was one of the more challenging aspects. I can only imagine. Before we let you go, we have to ask you, it's been 15 years since "Wedding crashers." Vince Vaughan said he's in talks for a sequel. He's confirmed that. Can you tell us if you would be on board as well? Absolutely. I love those guys. I'm forever grateful for David casting me in that film. It opened so many doors for me in Hollywood. I don't know how you would shoot it right now. I would be up for something like that. That would be a lot of fun. Sure would. Hey New Yorkers, you are doing great wearing your masks,
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