In this video we talk to Tina Fey and Steve Karell about their new movie, Date Night.
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Date Night Review
Audra Lowe: What happens when two of the funniest actors on TV team up? Well, we’re just going to have to find out on Date Night. Rhiannon talked to Steve Carell and Tina Fey about their new flick.
Rhiannon: Hoping to spice their marriage in the box office, Steve Carell and Tina Fey head out for Date Night. The couple’s marriages has gotten a little routine but they get more excitement than they bargained for.
Steve Carell: We can call it Date Night. It’s a comedy. I like to call it Date Night an emotional response movie. Whether it’s to laugh or to cry or to vomit?
Tina Fey: Anything visceral sneezing, what would take sneezing.
Rhiannon: Written from director Shawn Levy’s personal experiences, it’s a premise many people can relate to.
Shawn Levy: I was on that dinner with my wife talking about the kids for the millionth time. Like wait a second, where are we going, like where is us? And there’s that deep, dark fear that we say in the movie/ Are we just really excellent room mates? And to make a movie about the relatable staff that comes up in grown life but we hope to do it in a funnier way.
Tina Fey: We’re all married and we all really joined in the idea that it was a story that we could relate to and a movie that we want to go see at the multiplex. It’s about something that we’re all kind of going through that it just how tired children make you.
Rhiannon: But if there’s going to be a 30 rock office cross over, we’ll have to wait until next year.
Tina Fey: We’re all wrapped basically.
Steve Carell: And I finished last night actually.
Rhiannon: Date Night is in theaters now. For Better, I’m Rhiannon.