‘We’re the Millers’ succeeds ‘Probably’ Will Don’t Happen

Kenny is still out there chasing the stunts. It’s almost a decade ago We are the millersbut Poultry doubts that the dysfunctional, drug-dealing “family” will be reunited anytime soon.

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“I do not think so, but I have a lot of love for it Jennifer [Aniston] and Jason [Sudeikis] and Rawson [Marshall Thurber], our director. I would like to work with any of them again, but I think We are still suckers is unlikely to happen, ” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 actor, 29, tells exclusive We Weekly.

“I [was] constantly laughing, ”he adds. “Seeing Jennifer at work, one I saw, I was a big Friends fan when I was growing up, so it was a huge privilege to be able to see her do her thing personally, and Jason is such an ingenious improviser. So it was great to see them both up close doing their thing.I definitely took notes.

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Aniston, 53, has especially become a mentor to Poulter. “Jennifer really came to my aid on several occasions with Millers,” he recalled. “So I’m really lucky when I’m around these more experienced people that they’s kind enough to give me advice and encouragement. And it sticks to my skin.”

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As for where Kenny would be today, he replied, “Oh my God, no idea. No idea. I haven’t thought about Ken in a while! I have to be honest.

We are the millers also the game Emma Roberts, Nick Offerman, Catherine Hahn and Ed Helms. While Poulter’s comic timing made him stand out in the film, it’s actually the drama that draws him more.

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“To be honest, I think my heart is probably more in the drama. I think comedy is something I do and have fun doing, but acting is where I struggle a little more with things and I like that challenge. Comedy, I certainly have more fun, but I almost appreciate the difficulties that come with drama, ”he explained. “I’m having a little fun with the friction that I’m guessing the drama gives me from an emotional point of view. Comedy can sometimes seem too funny for me not to get my hands dirty enough.

Poulter then played Gally in maze runs franchise, and a scary cop in Catherine Bigelow– directed period crime drama Detroitin addition to roles in by Leonardo DiCaprio The ghost, in the middle of summerand the TV miniseries Dope next to Michael Keatonwhich focuses on America’s fight against opioid addiction.

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Dope was something I was really passionate about because I wanted to try to find something that comments on addiction and the injustice that people who suffer from addiction also suffer from and the difficulties they face that are compounded of a kind of systemic injustice. So it’s something I want to try and keep doing that gives me a kind of greater sense of purpose, I think, with what I do. And it helps me feel like I am maximizing the potential of my work and my roles. I look forward to trying to continue as long as possible, ”said Poulter. We. “When I’m with an experienced actor, I really try to observe and absorb as much as possible. You know, Michael Keaton was someone who gave me a lot of advice and was very supportive. Leonardo DiCaprio really put his arm around me and helped me a lot.

Poulter has a wide range of actors and directors he would like to work with in the future, but he also wants to work with most of them again. “I want to work with Kathryn Bigelow again,” he said. “I know, it’s a little greedy!”

That Score star feels “so lucky” with his profession, but he does not rule out anything else.

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“Cooking is something I am really interested in, and I have always said that I would like to try to go to cooking school at some point. That’s something I always want to do is go to cooking school at some point if I set aside a year for myself, “he said, noting that his trailers on the set tend to be full of biographies about cooks. “But the problem is that I’m not very good at time management, multitasking or working under pressure. So I think a professional kitchen, probably not. I think I just want to stick to reading. about chefs and watching TV series about them, instead of trying to do what they do.This should not be taken lightly.It’s a serious job!

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