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Aimee Teegarden Talks “Insane” and “Crazy” New Comedy ‘Guest House’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Within the new comedy Visitor Home, engaged couple Sarah (Aimee Teegarden) and Blake (Mike Citadel) discover the house of their desires. However, the one catch is that they’ve a wild tenant dwelling of their visitor home. Randy (Pauly Shore) refuses to go away the visitor home and as a substitute continues to throw insane events, dabble (quite a bit) in leisure medicine, and a lot extra. 

Forward of the movie’s launch, Distractify spoke with one of many movie’s stars, Aimee Teegarden, concerning the hilarity that ensued whereas filming the comedy. Try our Q&A under. (Editor’s be aware: This interview has been edited and condensed for readability.)   

Aimee Teegarden talks hilarious new movie ‘Visitor Home.’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Distractify: Simply from the trailer, this film undoubtedly seems to be so humorous. Is it exhausting for you as an actor to not break whenever you’re working with somebody like Pauly Shore?

Aimee Teegarden: This film is insane and loopy and something and the whole lot occurs on this movie. It may be troublesome to maintain a straight face. My character is unquestionably the straight particular person within the movie so bringing that kind of emotional honesty for her relationship with Blake, there’s undoubtedly scenes the place I had a really robust time working with a few of these nice actors.

It’s exhausting to kind of not go away the scene because the character and to maintain a straight face and proceed to play by it as we’re improvising by issues.   

Was there a particular scene within the film that was more durable so that you can movie?

AT: Oh yeah, there’s numerous issues that go on. For me, there’s a scene the place Sarah, my character, results in an altered mind-set and Chris Kattan comes and knocks on the door because the supply boy and my character just about assaults him and tough homes him and throws him round and climbs on high of him and it’s hilarious and loopy and he’s such a beautiful actor. 

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That feels like enjoyable! 

AT: Earlier than we shot something he was like, ‘No matter you want, let me know. You may throw me round. You are able to do no matter. Hit me, no matter. I’m right here for you.’ He was such a supportive actor to work with who has such an enormous comedic resume and historical past and is such a humorous particular person. 

As a result of that is such a enjoyable and comedic movie, did the actors get to improv a bunch of takes?

AT: We did numerous taking part in round and we had numerous actors are available in for a day or a few days … [We] simply saved the digital camera rolling and simply improvising and simply watching it and attempting to not break character because it’s happening. Simply actually gifted people and seeing their minds undergo issues and course of it and the witty comebacks, it’s hilarious. 

Was there extra pleasure on-set as a result of there’s an expectation of uncertainty of the place a scene can go?

AT: There’s undoubtedly one thing about engaged on such a comedy, you by no means actually know what’s going to occur or the place the scene goes to go. All the pieces was shot sensible so we shot in an actual home and it offers you the liberty to actually take the scene wherever. … Now we have numerous footage that will by no means make the film it’s simply that insane, however it was numerous enjoyable and simply enjoyable as an actor to get to play with different actors.

That’s whenever you hope a blooper reel will make an look on YouTube or social media.

AT: Possibly … or possibly not. The blooper reel may simply be too insane.

Visitor Home will probably be out there On Demand and Digital on Sept. 4. 

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