Little Fockers hits theaters on December 22nd, 2010. We caught a preview of the movie & had a chance to interview the cast too. The Little Fockers’ outstanding cast of characters will keep you entertained at evey awkwardly-funny twist and turn of the movie.
Jessica Alba joins the cast in this movie as the bubbly, attractive pharmaceutical sales rep whose crazy personality puts Greg (Ben Stiller) into some sticky situations. Take a peek at the trailer here:
The PG-13 rating is due to some adult sexual humor that may be too much for younger kids, but older children will laugh just as hard as I did at the ball pit wrestling scene and the climbing wall accident.
We had a chance to catch up with Jessica Alba up close and personal. She was very relaxed and sincere during our interview. And She’s even prettier in person! We all loved hearing her gush about her daughter Honor and how she balances her love of acting and her desire to be the best mom she can be.
Here’s a cute pic of Jessica with the mom blogger group. I loved Jessica’s outfit- isn’t that skirt stunning? Please disregard that I’m unintentionally blocking the full view – as her skirt is adorable!
On why she took this role in Little Fockers:
You know, Paul, the director, first of all, is fantastic. And I’m a fan, and I’ve always wanted to work with him. And then, obviously, is there a better comedian, writer, director, actor than Ben Stiller right now? He’s amazing. I mean, just as an actor. But, he’s incredible. And so, I feel so lucky and honored to have the opportunity to even be in this group of people and these actors.
On paparrazi when Jessica had a baby bump:
I was followed every day. I had to stop flipping them off. My mom said, “It’s just really not becoming when you always have this scowl, and you’re flipping them off and you’re pregnant. You don’t want to teach your daughter to see this.” And said, “They’re just so means, Mom, and I just can’t take it anymore.” And she said, “Just suck it up, and put a smile on that face.”
On being a hot babe in Little Fockers and being a mom at home:
Way easier, I think. And I feel as if I finally came into my own after I had my daughter. Everything just sort of made sense. And I was certainly not as hard on myself, certainly not as critical, and enjoyed life a lot more and having a different perspective on life, on the business, on family, on everything was amazing.
On always looking great when she has a little girl at home:
I don’t get dressed until the very last second, because she definitely messes it up. Not on purpose, but she has sticky hands, sticky face, sticky everything. Or she just somehow turns everything sticky. I said, “That used to never be sticky.”
On why Honor has never watched a Disney movie:
I don’t know. I don’t really like her to see too much television, in the first place, and I don’t want her to have bad dreams. And there’s always a villain in Disney movies. And I think I’d rather her watch Yo Gabba Gabba or the Backyardigans. I think that’s it. Or she can watch an old school cartoon like Strawberry Shortcake or Care Bears. And that’s usually when we’re in the plane. I think she should be stimulated with other things and playing dress up and coloring.