Feb 03,2011

Brooklyn talks football at Super Bowl event

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John Maino works in radio, so he’s very rarely at a loss for words.
But even with Fox football analyst Jimmy Johnson and actor Jay Mohr stopping by Wednesday morning, the WIXX (101.1 FM) host could only recall one person who sat in his Radio Row chair — the head-turner of all head-turners, Sports Illustrated swimsuit and Victoria’s Secret model Brooklyn Decker.

Thank God for the Packers success, right, Maino?

“Let’s see, I know Brooklyn Decker was here. Then there was Brooklyn Decker, and oh yeah, did I tell you that Brooklyn Decker was here?” Maino said, smiling. “I think I just stammered the entire time. The first thing I said to her was, ‘You’re really tall.’ I think that really impressed her.”

Maino wasn’t the only one gazing in wide-eyed wonder at the blonde bombshell who made the wicked Dallas weather feel a little less frigid Wednesday.

Perhaps the only Super Bowl celebrity who could monopolize camera time like Aaron Rodgers or Ben Roethlisberger, Decker starred at media day for “Entertainment Tonight” before hitting Radio Row to promote her new film, “Just Go with It,’’ starring Adam Sandler.

With a horde of onlookers snapping pictures – and let’s be honest, mostly male admirers considering we’re talking about the macho world of sports journalism here – Decker bounced from one chair to the next to talk about swimsuit modeling, breaking into Hollywood for her first feature film and her famous husband, tennis star Andy Roddick.

Oh yeah, and there were some football questions, too.

“This is actually my fifth year on Radio Row, so I’m an old veteran at this whole process,” Decker said. “It’s just this time instead of a magazine with bathing suits, I’m promoting a movie, so it’s a little bit more fun this year. But I can talk sports, too, so I think that also opens some eyes when I’m being interviewed.”

While her Super Bowl week appearances are mainly for business, Decker is also invested in the game’s outcome. The Ohio native said she’s definitely rooting for the Packers — and stuck to her guns assertively when asked if that was just a bit of brown-nosing so that Green Bay fans would support her movie when it opens Feb. 11.

“No, I’m really pulling for the Packers,” Decker said, laughing. “The Steelers are gonna be tough and might even be the better team, but I’m definitely pulling for the Packers.”

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Super Bowl XLV-Radio Row – February 2nd, 2011



Feb 03,2011

New Clip From Just Go With It

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New Video of Brooklyn Decker from Just Go With it.

Just Go With It – Wunderbar

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Feb 03,2011

Junket Interview for Just Go With It

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Junket interview with Brooklyn Decker, who plays Palmer in Just Go With It.

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Screencaptures: Junket Interview For Just Go With It

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Feb 03,2011

Brooklyn interviewed by 101 ESPN

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101 ESPN St. Louis’ Sports Station
Just Go With It star Brooklyn Decker tells Bernie about working with Adam Sandler and acting vs. modeling.

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101 ESPN Radio St. Louis WXOS – February 2nd, 2011

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Feb 03,2011

Brooklyn talks about “Battleship”

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As far as the movie “Battleship” is concerned, it’s fairly safe to say that we know almost everything we need to know: the film was inspired by the beloved Hasbro game and the cast is very, very attractive. The film won’t be out for another year, but we can’t help but pepper the cast members for details about the project whenever we happen upon them. Like when we chatted up Alexander Skarsgard and Josh Pence. Our most recent “get” is model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker.

When MTV News caught up with her during the “Just Go With It” press day, we asked her if we should be concerned that the inspiration for the film is a board game, and not a very complicated one at that.

“Yeah it’s funny. I think Alex [Skarsgard] said something that the game was the inspiration for the movie and not necessarily the storyboard for the movie and I would be in agreement with that,” Decker said. “It’s an action/war film, so we draw inspiration from the game in that it is called ‘Battleship’ and Hasbro is heavily involved.”

The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model went on to say that while there is indeed a battleship in “Battleship,” the film is all about action and war.

“It is a modern day war action film, which is kind of unique to most war films,” she said. “This is modern day so it’s exciting.”

As far as Hasbro’s toy tie-ins are concerned, Decker hasn’t heard anything official about plans for action figures and such, but she’s game for seeing herself in plastic if they decide to go that route.

“I think that would be awesome,” Decker said of the possibility of becoming an action figure. “But I really have no idea if they’re planning on doing that or not.”



Feb 02,2011

Brooklyn at Radio Row

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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Brooklyn Decker stops by the set to talk about her role in ‘Just Go With It’ and more.

Brooklyn Decker at Radio Row