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Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Bridesmaids Interviews
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For Camille, auditioning with Mark was one of the best ____________ she'd ever had.
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Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Bridesmaids Interviews
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Rebecca Murray from About.com Hollywood Movies at the World Premiere of Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.
Amanda Walsh – 'Denice' in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Tell me about playing a bridesmaid in this.
Amanda Walsh: "Playing a bridesmaid in this movie it was kind of like those moments right before a wedding, those few hours where you're in this gaggle of ladies getting ready for a wedding – but for six weeks. So you're like, 'Oh my god,' you're constantly adjusting your strapless bra and having a lot of girl talk. It was fun."

Was it stressful?

Amanda Walsh: "I guess it was. It was stressful but the stress was eased by the abundance of lady bonding that was happening. But there were a lot of moments where we were sort of all crammed in a room and Lacey [Chabert] had her bride's…she was in her dress and we're sort of all maneuvering around her dress and people are re-curling their hair."

What was it like on the set? Was there some improv involved or no?

Amanda Walsh: "yeah, there was. We had a great script but Mark Waters also sometimes would let the cameras roll and just be like, 'Okay you guys, just improv a bit.' And it was a lot of fun with such skilled actors we were working with."

What do you think about the twist with the ghosts coming back and visiting?

Amanda Walsh: "I love it. I love the combination of wedding and romance and time travel and Christmas Carol. It's everything you could want in a movie just like in one movie."

Camille Guaty – 'Donna'

Even the bridesmaid dresses in this are not bad.
Camille Guaty: "No, they're actually really pretty. Mine is extra tight."

And were you happy about that?

Camille Guaty: "No. My fault though. I was like, 'Take it in a little bit more. I'm skinny today.' And then the day of shooting I was like, 'What happened?'"

It has an interesting premise with the ghosts coming back, is that what drew you in?

Camille Guaty: "What drew me in actually was this one right here – Mark [Waters]. Working with him, auditioning with him was one of the best auditions I've ever had. It was just so relaxed and so much fun. I auditioned for like several characters and we just got to play. I was like a schizophrenic in an hour; I really was but it was fun. It was great and really it's him that drew me in."

What does he do to put you at ease?

Camille Guaty: "I've just never worked with a director who just made me feel so calm. He's was just like, 'Play!' He was almost like Willy Wonka. Like, 'Go and play and do your thing.' I'm like, 'Oh, okay.'"

Did that atmosphere stay that way on the set, too?

Camille Guaty: "Absolutely. He had ping pong tournaments on the set. I mean, absolutely, it was a director that I've never worked with someone so giving. I mean on film, let you be like, 'You know what Camille? We're going to let you have take one, two and three and just go and do whatever you want.' And he did."

Rachel Boston – 'Deena'

Rachel Boston: "It was such a fun experience. I got to work with Matthew [McConaughey] and Jennifer [Garner] and we were shooting in Boston. It was a just a pure magical…"
It sounds like pure hell.

Rachel Boston: "I know! Matthew McConaughey, his beautiful girlfriend – she was pregnant with her baby. And they just look stunning tonight. But it's such a celebration of love and going back to just your childhood and wondering what your life might have been like if you'd stayed with that childhood sweetheart. I think it's something that everyone's really going to relate to."

Do you have any boyfriends that you're really glad can't come back and haunt you?

Rachel Boston: "I grew up on a mountain in Tennessee and all the guys I dated are married to fantastic women and have these beautiful families. So I get to go home and pretend like I have that life and then I get to come back out here."

And you've got 500 Days of Summer too, don't you?

Rachel Boston: "Yes, and that's such a beautiful romantic story. I like romantic comedies. I've been very blessed this year."

With romantic comedies it is so easy to go generic, but this one and from what I've heard about 500 Days of Summer is not so how do you find those scripts?

Rachel Boston: "I think right now with what's happening, it's just a celebration of love. I think people want to laugh and they want to come to the movies and just escape from everything that's going on right now. So I just feel very blessed to be able to get people out of reality and just get to live. Go see Girlfriends Past and laugh."
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