The stars of the raunchy rom-com ‘Bachelorette’ (Isla Fisher, Kirsten Dunst, and Lizzy Caplan) are all interviewed by USA Today about their new movie and their real-life bonding. It’s clear the three are friends, and they launch into a series of jokes and easy banter as they are interviewed.
First, they talk about ‘dracting’, which is their term for drunk acting (spoiler alert: it happens a lot in the movie). They all talk about how they achieved it, and they credit Dunst for the inspiration, saying she is ‘the queen of drunk acting’.
Dunst adds that she didn’t want to go into drama after ‘Melancholia’, and this seemed like a welcome respite from that. Isla Fisher adds that there is no redemption in this movie, saying, “"There is no redemption in this movie, no huge moment of learning. We don't have it. You know we're just going to be doing the same thing the next night."
Fisher also says her family would love seeing her in this role, since she’s a mother of two and usually so reserved in her personal life. “They'll love it," she says. "I'm a mother of two. This is such a contrast to my life. If I go to dinner, I might have a nice glass of rosé."