Eric Winter Video Interview On Katherine Heigl, 'The Ugly Truth'
He's been a funny guy in the Harold and Kumar movies, now he's co-starring with Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler in the war of the sexes comedy The Ugly Truth.
There are definitely some men who do. There is a lot of truth in what he's saying. And there's a lot of truth in what [Katherine Heigl's character] is feeling. Men who are trying to find that happy medium between both personalities [in a relationship] is a great way to go into a dating scenario. You definitely want to open up and be who you are. The message is for women to open up to a little of what's going on with the man's psyche and men, too, to understand what's going on with women. There's got to be that compromise. There are no qualms in trying to find that.
1000%. I've gone on a few dates that were like that and the check came quicker with those dates. It's a little bit overwhelming when a woman is that controlling, especially on a first date. It's overbearing. The fact that any woman can have a checklist is pretty fantastic. But I definitely appreciate a woman who knows what she wants and can put it out there and be yourself with it. Someone who just forced, for example, their views on politics or life on you like date one, there's a lot of other things we could talk about on date one. I've had an instance where it became the longest dinner. I think I ordered three extra drinks to get through it.
I have to say the baseball park scene is a really funny scene. It just came together well and it's a funny moment.
A: I was very lucky, we had a lot of great moments together. We just laughed a lot during this movie. The content when you're going through the script and the way it plays out in the movie provide for so many normal life scenarios that you bring up just in conversation in between takes so her and I had a blast in every scene we were shooting. We always had fun.