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“Throughout the years, Judd and I have kept in touch and wanted to figure out a project to do together again,” Feig says.
“Bridesmaids came to me several years ago. Judd invited me to a table read of Kristen and Annie’s original script, and I thought it was very funny. I was very interested.”
What most attracted Feig to the film? The very fact that it was a story about women, not to mention its honest presentation of female relationships – and yes, dalliance with seriously filthy humour.
“I’ve always been interested in doing more female-based stories,” the director explains. “I enjoy these stories and the emotions and the comedy that can be had in them.
“It’s exciting to bring Judd’s style of humour to a movie about women and still make it honest and real. We’ve explored themes that women can relate to while guys will also find it hilarious.
“What we wanted to capture was women talking like women do behind the scenes where guys aren’t privy to it.” Women like lead character Annie…