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Sep 11,2014

New movie project ‘Results’!

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We’re very glad to announce that Brooklyn has another new movie coming in 2015! It’s called Results and she will play Erin. The movie was directed and written by Andrew Bujalski and she will star along Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders among many others.

There’s no much information on the project yet but we will updating as soon as we hear something. 2015 will be a big year, Brooklyn has three different movies coming out as well as the premiere of Grace and Frankie.



Apr 04,2014

Why Does Brooklyn Decker Call Herself An A-Hole?

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YourTango: Your character Jules just got engaged. Did it remind you of your own engagement?

Brooklyn Decker: Not really. It was very unglamorous. It was an unplanned, hasty proposal but it worked! Jules and I have a lot of similarities, though. I feel like we’re both optimists, quite energetic, friendly people in our groups of friends but at the same time we’re quite different. I would like to think I’m more grounded, however I’m not sure that’s necessarily always true. I can relate to what she’s going through, but to be honest, Andi (Majandra Delfino) is the most similar to me. She’s the core of the group; she’s a family person. There’s something really relatable about her. Her priorities are similar to mine.

YourTango: Do you have a close group of friends like on the show?
Brooklyn Decker:
 I do. I have a lot of friends like Kate (Zoe Lister-Jones). We live in L.A. so of course there’s some snark involved.

YourTango: What’s the key to making your relationship work?
Brooklyn Decker:
 Laughter. It’s pretty easy — it’s as simple as laughing.

Your Tango: Do you ever argue?
Brooklyn Decker:
 Absolutely. I’m human! I was on the debate team so I love it. And I’m also an asshole. I am very bullheaded and stubborn and I like to be right all the time. So I’m not the easiest person.

YourTango: Any plans to have kids?
Brooklyn Decker:
 I want a lot of babies. I have no idea when but hopefully I’ll have a lot. But until then I have Majandra’s baby Louie to keep me occupied. We visited Majandra in the hospital when she had him. We were with her from the time she found out she was pregnant.

YourTango: You stopped modeling a couple of years ago. Why? And do you miss it?
Brooklyn Decker:
 No. It wasn’t the business for me. It didn’t fulfill me in any way, but I think models don’t get enough credit for the business minds that they have. I made the decision to commit to acting, so I stepped away from it.

YourTango: You have a couple of movies due out this year.
Brooklyn Decker:
 Yes, one is called Stretch. It’s an action dramedy. The other one is calledCasual Encounters. It’s a little romantic comedy. I’m involved with Taran Killam in that.

Source: YourTango



Mar 18,2013

Hey, Brooklyn Decker: Do Women Like Facial Hair?

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Hey, Brooklyn Decker: Do Women Like Facial Hair?
Not sure if you should shave before your big date? This hot actress and model has answers to all of your questions about scruff.
Maggie Parker

Brooklyn Decker On Taking It All OffSkincare 101: The Perfect Shave
So you have a big date and you aren’t sure if she prefers scruff or skin. What do you do?
We tracked down the multitalented and gorgeous Brooklyn Decker at the Gillette Kiss & Tell event in New York City a few weeks ago to find out how she feels about kissing men with facial hair. And while she can’t speak for all women, we figure she’s a good place to start, right?
Because—let’s be honest—you’d shave almost anything to please her.
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Q: What’s your take on facial hair?
A: Facial hair is a really good look, but it’s a really bad feel. I actually like the way a little scruff looks, but I’m sorry, I don’t want a beard rash on my face the first time I kiss a guy. That’s the worst. And we’re expected to shave our legs for men, so why aren’t men required to shave their faces for women?!
Q: But girls like the soft scruff, don’t they?
A: Yes, it definitely is cute. But it takes weeks to grow out before a beard is soft. If you are going to be kissing a girl for the first time, don’t put her through the pain of two-day-old stubble. Think about if a girl had a full mustache and she was coming in to kiss you. It would hurt! And a guy would whine about it, just like they whine when a sweater’s not the softest thing they’ve ever touched. So I feel like it’s only fair that guys keep a groomed face.
Q: So basically if you’re planning to kiss a girl, you should be clean?
A: Yeah. Keep it clean. That stubble gives girls rashes, and it also makes a girl break out because of hair oils. So if you insist on having facial hair, at least maintain it so it’s not dirty.

Q: Is there one facial hair style that you think guys need to retire or avoid?
A: No chin strap. Goatees work on some guys, right? And beards work on a lot of guys. But I’ve never seen a chinstrap look good.

ABOUT THE HOT GIRL: You may recognize Brooklyn Decker as the scantily clad blonde on the cover of 2010’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue (which she has appeared in six times—thank you, SI!), but her talents don’t stop there. Check her out in movies like Battleship and What to Expect When You’re Expecting.

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Feb 19,2013

Brooklyn Decker on her next film role and love for TV on CBS News

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Brooklyn Decker attends The world’s largest shave & kiss event with Gillette at the Time Warner Center on Feb. 14, 2013, in New York.
The 25-year-old actress was in New York away from her sweetheart, Andy Roddick, to work a “Shave and Kiss” event for Gillette. Guys made sure they had a clean shave before puckering up in hopes of breaking the world record for the most kisses in one minute by a couple.

“It’s one of the funnier things that I’ve ever seen because I think the record is 258 kisses in a minute. So if you think about that, it’s four kisses a second so these people are grabbing each other’s faces and basically banging their heads against one another,” Decker told CBSNews.com. “At least they’re doing it clean-shaven and they’re not giving their girlfriends beard-burn, but it’s pretty funny to watch.”

After the shaving lesson and kissing contest, Decker, who graced the 2010 cover of Sports Illustrated, spent some quality time with friends in New York on Thursday night.

“I’ve never really been a big celebrator of it [Valentine’s Day]. I’m usually with my girlfriends,” she said, adding, “This is around the time that Sports Illustrated comes out, so I’ve always been with the girls of the magazine since I was 18 years old. But some of my best Valentine’s memories would probably be when you’re a really little kid and you’re in school and you had to make Valentines for everyone in your class. It was the sweetest thing.”

Now Decker has a permanent Valentine. Decker and Roddick, 30, married in April 2009 and because of their busy schedules, Decker says their relationship still feels fresh. “Luckily travel allows me to do that,” she said.

Decker likely has some traveling coming up very soon, as she’s close to nabbing her next film role.

“I especially love comedy, so we have something in the works now that I can’t announce yet, but hopefully soon I can announce a comedy that I have coming up. It will be pretty fun,” she said. “That’s [comedy] definitely something I find I’m most comfortable in.”

Decker showed off her acting skills in 2012’s “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” and “Battleship,” as well as 2011’s “Just Go With It.”

And she recently made a guest appearance on the Fox sitcom, “New Girl,” starring Zooey Deschanel. A big fan of the show (she’s seen every episode), Decker says she jumped at the opportunity.

“The cast was incredible. This is their second season, so they’ve been working together for a little while now,” Decker said. “The chemistry is great. It’s very fraternal. Everyone’s improving with each other and throwing jokes at each other. It was a great familial set.”

After her “New Girl” appearance, Decker, who previously appeared on “Ugly Betty” and “Chuck,” may have caught the television bug.

“TV is something that’s pretty new to me,” she said. “I kind of started in television and then I did mostly movies and I’ve gone back a little bit to television and I really love it.”

It’s been a few years since Decker has done any modeling, as she continues to shift her focus to film and TV.

“I’m doing all acting and I’m just lucky that I’m actually able to work so hopefully, knock on wood, I’ll stay lucky and continue to work on the acting side,” she said.

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Sep 26,2012

Brooklyn Decker: ‘I’m No Triple Threat’

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She’s made a career for herself in modeling and movies, and now, Brooklyn Decker is ready to tackle a new challenge: the stage.

Just don’t ask her to sing or dance.

“I am no triple threat,” Decker, 25, told PEOPLE at the 7th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Charity Gala at the W Hotel in Austin on Friday night. “Not even a little bit. Not even a tiny smidge. At all.”

Decker joined newly retired husband Andy Roddick, 30, as well as John Legend, who performed at the event – and smiling newlyweds Matthew McConaughey and Camila, who is expecting the couple’s third child – at the event to raise money for theAndy Roddick Foundation.

“I’ve never done any theater, but I am trying to read for a few plays and hopefully I will get something by the end of this year in New York,” says Decker. “I might as well dive in head first.”

But she and Roddick did oblige Legend when he called them onstage for a little slow dancing before the crowd, who helped raise over a million dollars for the foundation (including a winning $18,000 bid from the McConaugheys on a VIP all-access package for the Austin radio programThe Bobby Bones Show). Roddick plans to build a 10,000 sq-ft, eight court tennis and learning facility for kids in Austin.

“I plan to be more hands on with this foundation,” Roddick told PEOPLE. “[My] decision to retire wasn’t an accident. It was getting to the point that it was harder and harder to leave Austin. When I was on the road, I missed home a lot and when I was home I didn’t miss the road so much, so it was a pretty easy decision for me.”

Decker says Roddick’s dedication to the ARF, which he launched in 2000, is part of the reason she fell for him.

“The fact that Andy does work for kids doesn’t hurt when you are looking at a checklist for a guy,” she says. “He loves kids, he does great things in his community.”

Source: People



May 17,2012

Vanity Fair Feature – June 2012

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Brooklyn is featured in this month’s issue of Vanity Fair (Marilyn Monroe covers the magazine), here’s her interview, some pictures and the scan of the actual magazine.

The swimsuit model turned actress—whose next movie is May 18’s Battleship, in which she plays the daughter of an admiral (Liam Neeson) and love interest of Taylor Kitsch—posed in a variety of summery outfits at her June-issue Vanities shoot. Click to see her pinup-on-vacation style.

By Krista SmithPhotographs by Miguel Reveriego

PROVENANCE: North Carolina.
AGE: 25.

SO, HOW DOES A SOUTHERN GIRL END UP WITH A NAME LIKE THAT? “I’m named after a horse. My mom’s best friend had a horse named Brooke, so my dad suggested ‘Brooklyn’ as a more formal version, and it just stuck—and now I live in Brooklyn part-time, so go figure.”

LEARNING CURVE: Believe it or not, Decker’s voluptuous build wasn’t in demand when she started modeling. “There were countless jobs I didn’t get because of my figure. I wasn’t that successful as a model, ever. I just had a few clients that really embraced my curves.”

INTO THE UNKNOWN: At the height of her modeling career, Decker decided to walk away from it. “The Sports Illustrated cover was the last thing I shot. That week, I told my agent, ‘You know what, I really …I don’t want to be a model anymore. I really want to do movies.’ And I think he wanted to wring my neck at the moment.” Her acting career has blossomed, with two films, Battleship and What to Expect When You’re Expecting, due out on the same day, May 18.

LONG-TERM PLANS: Decker married tennis star Andy Roddick in 2009. “I think that I’d like to try to be a superwoman and have kids and work, so we’ll see if I can actually accomplish that. But, if we’re talking dream scenario, that would probably be it.” If anyone knows about living the dream, she does.