What’s the biggest difference between making a British movie and an American movie?
Your character is obviously going through a rough patch. Do you have any relationship tips that you’ve learned?
“I’m trying to think of something clever and witty to say! Make sure you do the dishes — that’s probably the best advice I can come up with.”
You had a solid career before Bridesmaids, but that film was such a blockbuster. What’s changed in your life since then?
"It was such an incredible experience to be a part of it. What's changed since then? Probably just a few more bridesmaids jokes from people, I'd say. I was in fact a bridesmaid since then, and there was a lot of 'Well, you'll know what to do,' with winks and things like that."
The characters we've seen you play all have a great amount of sass, but in real life you're very sweet. Where do you harness all of that?
"You know, when you play someone like this character from I Give It A Year, they're sort of quite unsympathetic on the page, but that's what's so fun and challenging and scary about doing the characters. It's very different for me."
If you had to pick a celebrity crush, who would it be?