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i mean i really see a lot of great - you know, when you watch your show and all of the other shows... while donald trump watched tv, as secretary of state, hillary clinton negotiated a cease fire in gaza. a reduction in nuclear weapons... took on vladimir putin... and stood up against the trafficking of human beings. a steady leader in an unsteady world. ♪ made in hollywood ♪
the comedy "bad moms" is "made in hollywood." >> mila kunis, kristen bell and kathryn hahn star in the r-rated mom-com that is sture to stick out funny boned of stressed out moms everywhere. >> i relate to the character in the movie. i am very much a little bit of all of these women. ♪ made in hollywood ♪ also on today's show emma roberts, dave franco and their new film "nerve." it's a thrill ride thanks it a high-stakes social media game. >> it seem as people become more and more obsessed with social media and wanting followers, in the movie everyone wants watchers it's obviously very similar to kind of our kind of society today. >> plus ellen page and evan rachel wood struggle to survive in the most apocalyptic world of "into the forest." >> and the power hungry world of wall street is not for men only, ladies lead wait in the new draff drama "equity."
>> this week on "made in hollywood." >> i am christina apple gate. >> i am mila kunis. >> i am kristen bell and this is "made in hollywood." >> "made in hollywood." >> "made in hollywood." >> you are watching "made in "mn hollywood." ♪ made in hollywood ♪ they stopped trying to be perfect moms and instead mila kunis, kristen bell and kathryn hahn have embraced being not. >> i in what might be the most honest look at motherhood ever put on film "bad moms" is the comedy every mother is sure to relate to. >> i am christina apple gate. >> i am a annie. >> you are watching "made in hollywood." >> and hoo irsay clip from our move i "bad moms." >> oh, god here comes that weird little stay at home mom. >> on oh, god, what is she wearing. >> maddie was up all night barf on the ground my hair. but it's great i am very happen. >> i gross, i think she just got her sadness all over me. >> so much fun. so much fun watching this movie. and i love the fact that i think i am -- i know i was you in this movie at one point in my life. seriously. and then i grew there to a little bit more of you.
so i had all these versions of these moms that i could relate to and that i love so much. is there a character in this film that you feel like you related to? >> oh, my god i know i related to my character immensely. i also know that i related to every other character in this move. i am very much a little bit of all of these women. but i think that these stereo types exist for a reason because we all can relate to them. >> here comes amy. >> i don't know how you can leave your kids all day and go to work. >> oh, yes, but i also need things like mon. >> i right. >> i'll see you guys later. >> i wonder how hard -- >> i love how hard she works. >> i love her. >> i just that said. >> there are a lot of different moms, i don't think that there is a gwendolyn that exists. >> i have to be honest seen one. >> it's a type of personality that that needs to be in control of everything for a mere yards reasons. >> late laid i is can i have your attention. i called this emergency p t.a. meet to go address an issue that
you affects the safety of our children. >> their orism. >> bake sale. >> i can't do this anymore. >> i am done. >> everybody though they are stereo types i felt they were so reallreal. that's what i drawn to. >> they come across real because i have all feat t they are identifiable characters. even though they are stereo typed for the comedy in the movie. we have all felt those emotions at one point or another. >> i feel like there is little bits of each one of them in everyone. >> you i can't. >> this day and age it's impossible to be a good mom. >> screw it. >> let's be bad moms. >> i am in. >> yeah, bad moms! >> god, somebody moved my stool. >> i loved the three of you together. i mean, just hysterical. i was laughing the whole time. were you guys friends before or was it true magic in the make something. >> we knew each other. we have been friends for 10 years. >> 10 years.
>> oh, wow. >> so it's the real thing. >> yeah. >> but i -- all of my friends of friends of kathryn. >> yeah. we have a ton of friends in common. >> every single one. and all of them are how have you not worked together. >> how have you noting hung out. >> i know. >> i was in love with kathryn but she didn't know it. but then i made it very open. >> and it was really uncomfortable. >> and i was like i love you so much. >> that's why i am sitting -- >> a have a great day of school. >> amy p.t.a. meeting at 2:00, will we see you there? >> no. >> the bye. ♪ >> i love the fact that this was written and directed by men. >> it's a love letter to their wives. because they have seen their wives struggle in these worlds and struggle as a parents and a woman and in this time when everyone's got an opinion of the it's really tough. >> more like this. your color is really great. i thought she was really natural. >> i think they nailed it in the
writing and allowed all of us to have your opinions not so much fill in the blank but personalize the characters. >> anything that you are feeling like adding. >> they defied their own stereo type. like this movie was written and directed by two men who were 10, honest. >> yes. >> about the female experience of raising kids. and not only that, they didn't then become egotistical about what they had written, they asked us quiz and we would add things and they said maybe change it to that if that's more personal to you. they were never precious about dialogue. >> hi. you are so cute. >> adorable. >> i want to eat your face. >> thank you. >> let's go! >> they wanted them all to sound like human beings that weren't written on paper. >> and also they did not pretend to know everything. >> yes. >> which a lot of people do. >> right, they weren't like oh, -- they were such incredibly good listeners. >> i run the p.t.a., nobody takes a class or plays the
clarinet unless i say so. >> we are being bullied. >> we have to take down these perfect moms. >> i say we go punch that chick write in the did. >> for julie's full uncut interview, check out our youtube channel made in hollywood tv and subscribe while you are there. ♪ ♪ comp up the ugly side of social media as dave franco and emma roberts team up for a dangerous online game. >> for more of what's hot on screen check out madeinhollywood.tv. >> my name is dave franco. you are watching "made in hollywood." ♪ made in hollywood ♪ this back to school, give them a universe of knowledge with this 11.6" samsung chromebook for just $189. save money. live better. walmart.
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♪ made in hollywood the action-packed thrill ride "nerve" asks the question are you a watcher or are you a player. >> emma roberts and dave franco are serious players as they compete for fame and fortunate in an online game of dares streamed live if the whole world to see. ♪ >> welcome to nerve. >> a game like truth or dare, minus the truth. watchers pay to watch. players pay to win, cash and glory. are you a watcher or a player? are you a watcher or a player some are you a watch are or player? watch, player? >> it's cool, right? >> it looks very sketchy. is this legal? >> this movie and the game nerve is all an online game that people play and it goes from mild to wild. >> sure. >> why was that idea intriguing to you guys and made you say,
yeah, i'll take a part of that? >> because we wanted to poster, the quote to be from mild to wild. [ laughter ] >> life is passing you by, you need to take a few risks every once in a while. >> do i play risks. >> okay, you are playing nerve. do you accept your dare? >> there are a lot of things that attracted to us this movie. we both like the concept a lot. >> yes. >> it felt fresh. >> and current. >> yes. >> it felt very -- it didn't seem that far fetched after i read the script i was like is this a real game or not a real game? it's obviously very similar to kind of our kind of society today with technology i think. >> kiss a strange fore five seconds. >> a stranger. >> ♪ ♪ >> kiss that guy. >> okay. >> okay, bye. >> what launched kind of this idea of a game where people are dared to do crazy things? >> i think it's a natural
evolution of where the internet is at right now. games are becoming more interactive. the playing field is now the world around you. you've got all of these followers, you have all of these people watching, the streaming quality is good enough. those people are going to start daring you to do stuff for their benefit. >> apparently the watchers want me to team up with you. >> i don't think i make a very good partner. >> let's see what else happens. >> okay. >> everybody though everything does feel extremely grounded in the movie, it's still in a world that people say it's five minute in the future. it's still things that happened actually happened yet if we were tackling things that happened a year ago when we were filming the knife it might feel dated right now. >> making a move at this takes two years from being a script, shoot, editing, then the theaters. you have to predict how things are going to be by the time the movie is released. do your best. >> at least for me and movies and tv when someone answers that you are phone or texts it can
take you out of the move. >> i definitely. >> with this the way they put it on the screen and the way that you are following everyone and kind of like going with them through the technology is really cool. and i remember when i saw it for the first time i was impressed with that. i asked them, how are you going to show that? and the way they show it on the screen is really cool. >> how many times have we seen different ways of like people showing texts or whatever on screen, it all feels the same now. to actually do it in a unique way it's awesome. ♪ ♪ >> whew! >> heavy. >> it's no mistake that you are shooting in new york city. how does that play in to the whole vibe of it? >> the story takes place in new york city and we thought it was important. if nerve did exist we thought it would pop up here and we didn't want to fake it in another town. we figured if we are here and it will cost the studio a couple of million dollars more because it's just experience here, then we better capture it.
♪ ♪ >> people were on the street just, yeah, there were random people in between takes they would throw robes on us luckily. but, yeah, people were definitely seeing us in our bra and underwear. >> come on. come on. all right. stop, stop, stop. >> yeah, it's a pretty funny playplace for film. in one instance nobody cares if you are act like a lunatic in another scenario nobody has any qualms of cross that go barrier and walking on to the set and saying i am a movie star put me in this show. you know. >> i feel like that really happens to you. >> many times. >> all the time. >> remember, you are my eyes. >> no way. ♪ ♪ >> players show us your weapons. >> if you like what you just saw and would like to see more of what's hot on screen, like us on facebook.
♪ ♪ up next ellen page and evan rachel wood struggle to survive in the post a pop tick lip world of "into the forest." >> and we'll also look at "equity", some are calling it the first female-driven wall street move. >> i hi, i am ellen page, you are watching "made in hollywood." ♪ made in hollywood
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>> i found the film to be very compelling. i thought that all of your performances individually and together were phenomenal. but i want to dig in to what it was like make this is movie. so how did it all come together? >> this one over here. it's all her fault. >> it came together i was in a store that i love in halifax nova scotia where i was from the woman working there i would seen often she you should read this book i thinked it make a great movie. so i did, and i was like, yes, it would make a great move. >> i there is nothing. >> that's sort of how it all began. i hope today patricia to be the one to write it and direct it. and she agreed, thank goodness and then reached out to evan and reached out to max. and, you know, that's sort of how it all happened. i mean, over the course of many years. >> a crisis like this doesn't always bring out the best side of people. ♪ ♪ >> what's the scene in the move that i when you watch it it's kind of really hard for you to watch it emotionally?
>> the scene where we are watching the home movies of life before the collapse of society. and the innocence. for me, even my family is still around and i watch home movies and i just weep. that one gets me. that, you know, the two of them the powerful look at their old life and the ghosts and the power goes off and it's back to reality that hits me hard. >> i thought i would come by to see if you are okay. [ screaming ] >> does it make you think about if this were actually to happen sometime in the future, now would you do anything differently because maybe you learned something on this set? >> i think the movie filled us with lessons in terms of how to keep with probably an inevitable future for all of us. not a lot of people of talking about it in a practical way. there is a lot of dystopian movies but it's about how this
leads us to the best -- [ laughter ] >> how do to grow your own food and i think there is a lot of stuff that i personally when i read the script was thrilled by and fascinated by and i liked that there are elements of that to it not just the entertainment of the movie. >> ♪ ♪ >> what are sisters for. ♪ ♪ the women of wall street can be just as corrupt as the boys. emmy winner anna dunn of breaking bad fame stars in the intense new financial thriller "equity." >> hi, i am sarah megan thomas >> and i am alicia reiner. >> and you are watching "made in hollywood." >> and now a scene from "equity." ♪ >> i work for the largest investment bank in the world. i have taken nine companies public. i am so glad it's finally acceptable for women to talk about success. >> "equity" is a female-driven wall street movie about a senior managing directorate a world
remound investment bank played by anna gunn and she's leading a pretty high profile and somewhat controversial tech i.p.o. and needs for this particularism p.o. to be a success in order to get this promotion that she's been waiting for for decades. and there are many factors kind of working against it. >> are you still locking up drug dealers. >> actually white collar crime. >> do you have a file on us? >> we have a film on everyone. >> i did a film before called backwards about women rowers and i am passionate about movies featuring women who have not been told before and i have friends that work on wall street that are women and i thought we have not seen their story. and i love watching movies and i thought let's tell teel this store. >> i the project huh been in development with the two stars in the film. they went -- they were working on did for a year before they
wecht outlooking for a director. thankfully i had something a friends in common and he connected to us each other and i instantly got the material and you know, kind of gave them my take on it. and we got a long famous had. >> i i. >> i am going to take your company public. are you ready to be a rock that? >> oh, yeah, big smiles we are going to make a lot of move. >> i hearing these women's stories and seeing the parallels between our city and theirs, i said, oh, my god, not only what if we could make this super entertaining movie we have never seen before and what if we could all insight change. >> the i related to it because of the challenges for women in a competitive environment and filled about peep looking to get to the top where there are few to the spots at the time. because the film industry is not
so different. >> anything on the hedge funds guy? >> she will not give us anything. >> don't do anything rash, you are not in narcotics anymore. >> somebody leaked a rumor about my i.p.o. >> i didn't do anything. >> yes, you did, because you needed it. >> you don't know what i need. >> you can do anything. >> yeah. >> i think that's the number one. you can do anything. and don't be afraid to try. >> and i'll just add i have a little boy and up the same message for him for well, like part of doing this film is for him to see strong women can do anything. >> this doesn't look like your year. ♪ >> secure? >> yeah. >> powerful? >> absolutely. >> don't let money be a dirty word. stay tuned there is more coming up on "made in hollywood." ♪ made in hollywood ♪ big date tonight. oh, breath check. >> ugg. >> who tickets please. >> sold out. >> sold out? wait, wait, wait.
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