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I think that sometimes we get to make films that sort of open things up and make things that people can talk about.One of the things that I find really interesting in looking at this, and I don’t want to veer off on a weird human trafficking thing, but one of the interesting things, especially for women, in the sex education process in schools, the one thing that they teach about is how to get pregnant and how to not get pregnant. Starring Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, Cary Elwes and Kevin Kline, the comedy is about “a guy and girl who try to keep their relationship strictly physical, but it’s not long before they learn that they want something more.” While you might think it’s Portman’s character that wants the relationship, it’s actually Kutcher’s.Anyway, Paramount recently held a press conference with Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, director Ivan Reitman and screenwriter Liz Meriwether.She looks like my child when we stand next to each other.I asked if she could reach the pedals in the car one day. Question: Natalie, did you create a back story for this character, to sort of figure out how she got to this point?Portman: Obviously, it is really prevalent in our country and I think that’s part of what the movie addresses.
The male orgasm is just right there and readily available to learn about because it’s actually a part of the reproductive cycle, but a female orgasm isn’t really talked about in the education system.
Two years where the three of us have been working and then Ashton got involved about a year ago. You just think about how do you make a great movie, what’s wonderful about this, and then you have to fight all the perceptions of Hollywood in terms of what’s a good movie to make and just try to get it going.
Question: Thanks for advocating safe sex in the movie. Can you guys comment on the prevalence of sex in your movies, how that might affect teens and maybe how it’s being glorified in the media recently?
So all the really successful, happy relationships that I know of, the people that are together are friends, anyways.
And I don’t know that sex always has to have feelings, but I think that friendship always does. So, did you do anything to make her feel more at ease, or did you just tease her mercilessly and punk her? Kutcher: I learned more from Natalie in one day of being on set together than I can ever possibly teach her in a billion years.