Check out this newly released gag reel from “Stretch” below! The movie hits On Demand, iTunes, and Amazon on October 14th.
Joe Carnahan has released several pictures from his upcoming film ‘Stretch’, and we have our first look at Brooklyn in the movie:
The under-$5 million pic follows a chauffeur who’s deep in debt to a bookie. In the hope of scoring a big tip, he picks up a risky job ferrying around a mysterious billionaire (Pine) who wants to sell his book of criminal contacts. The driver tries his best to fulfill all of his client’s requests, but the night takes ever stranger turns, he starts to wonder if his life is in danger. Helms plays a fellow chauffeur who serves as his conscience. Brooklyn plays Wilson’s wild and materialistic ex, who’s now engaged to another man.
She may have married a heartthrob tennis star, but “Battleship” actress Brooklyn Decker says she’s got a crush on another model’s man — Tom Brady.
“We’ve met, and he’s lovely,” Decker says. But she says she’s not alone in the Roddick/Decker house in her feelings towards the Ugg-slinging QB: “Let’s just say my husband and I share a mutual crush.”
Decker told For the Win about their shared feelings for Brady while promoting “Footballentine’s Day,” an occasion created by Visa and 1-800 FLOWERS to “thank their loved ones for putting up with them and their fandom” throughout the NFL season.
“It’s a new holiday. We’re making it a thing,” she says. “I’ll probably be sending them to my mom, and I’m gonna be like, ‘Mom, I’m probably not going to be there for the Sunday telephone call per usual … I love you and I appreciate you supporting my love for the Panthers.’”
Brooklyn talked to Yahoo! Sports about Visa’s new holiday celebrating the football season:
Brooklyn has teamed up with Visa to celebrate Footballentine’s Day. It is a day, September 6th to be exact, where NFL fans can send their loved ones 18 beautiful, free (!) roses to say, ‘Hey sorry I’m going to be kinda busy watching football for the next few months and might miss a date night or two.”
In the interview with OK! Magazine Brooklyn talks about Footballentine’s Day, explains her favorite game day snacks, the Netflix show that makes her sob every time and a surprising fact about her husband that we never would’ve guessed!
OKMagazine.com: Let’s talk about Footballentine’s Day! What a fun initiative that probably didn’t take much convincing to get you on board.
BD: Well I’m a big football fan so I found it to be really funny. I just thought what a really clever, fun idea to get people involved, to kick off the NFL season and to get people to check out Visa Checkout. It’s just a really fun initiative and I figure it’s going to save a lot of people a lot of time when they have to apologize for missing date night on a Sunday night.
OKMagazine.com: Between you and your husband Andy, are you the hardcore football fan? What does he get swept up in?
BD: I love football, I’m a Panthers fan, and he’s a fantasy football guy so I would send him 18 roses for missing dates on Sunday nights when I’m watching the Panthers play and he would probably send me 18 roses to apologize for constantly checking his fantasy lineup. We’re both equally accountable, but just for different things.
Yesterday Brooklyn also visited the Dan Patrick Show where she joined guest hosts Dhani Jones and Kay Adams to talk about being a huge football fan, being married to a pro athlete and her long history with the show:
Enlisted’s Geoff Stults has joined ‘Grace and Frankie’, the comedy starring Brooklyn Decker, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Stults will recur as Mitch, Mallory’s (Brooklyn) husband of seven years. The character is an OBGYN and father of two who is always on call and trying to do the best he can with juggling his husband/father and doctor duties.
‘Grace and Frankie’ is slated for a 2015 debut and is written and created by ‘Friends’ co-creator Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris.
Yesterday Brooklyn posted a video Instagram of her Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money and awareness for ALS.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. If you haven’t already, please donate to help fund research for a cure for ALS.