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to watch some hot men strip, and that puts her in a bit of a bind: Her character, Brooke, is the one who's trying to convince her brother Adam (Alex Pettyfer) and her potential love interest Mike (Channing Tatum) to peeling off their clothes for money.
In real life, though, Horn has a much more liberal attitude toward her co-stars getting naked and silly: She loves it.
Steven said today, "I can’t believe I’m having a press conference about a stripper movie. It was very .] And look, Channing is such an unbelievable dancer that you’re kind of awestruck for a second. I feel like all of a sudden, to have that dance ability in a film now must have been what working with Fred Astaire was like back then. I wasn’t allowed to go to any of the rehearsals or anything, so it was very surprising.
I really had no idea what to expect, so it was great. Your father, Alan Horn, is a studio head who's leaving Warner Bros for Disney.
he décor in Reid Carolin’s expansive office is what you might call “sophisticated dorm room.” The wood floors are stained a weathered gray, a hammock hangs between two posts, and there are plot points scribbled in dry-erase marker on the white walls.
Outside, near the open waiting area, a pool table sits in front of a wall covered in chalkboard paint that’s largely bare except for a drawing of Yosemite Sam.
I saw it about a month ago and I thought it was great.
What did you think when you saw the movie for the first time?
They really committed 110 percent of themselves to it, and I obviously wasn’t one of the strippers, so it must be scary to get up there and get naked since it’s on-camera and people are going to see it. You realize that will make you the enemy of many audience members, right? [ When your character comes to the strip club for the first time, obviously she’s feeling a whole lot of complicated things.
But with that said, I don’t think any of us realized that this little art-house film that we were making was all of a sudden going to be picked up by this huge studio and turned into the snowball it’s turned into. But when you, Cody Horn, came there and you were watching Alex Pettyfer and Channing Tatum do these dances, what were you feeling? Had you gotten to see them rehearse their dance routines prior to that part of the shoot, or was that scene the first time you’d gotten to see them do their thing? Steven didn’t let me see them before the day that my character was seeing them.
she is terrible enough to do major damage on the film's pacing and energy.
She is one big suck every time she's onscreen, and she's onscreen a lot. It appears that to ask Horn directly if her father helped secure the role is either off limits or too rude for the sensibilities of the journalists who've interviewed her recently.