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Reese Witherspoon once summed up her movie on a flight

Reese Witherspoon once summarized the plot of her 2010 movie How do you know that on an airplane after the film stopped working during the flight.

The actress and producer told Seth Meyers on Tuesday Late at night that she was once on a five-hour flight, during the time when there was one movie on board for the entire plane, and the movie turned out to be How do you know that.

After being embarrassed that her movie was being shown, she hugged him when the movie stopped playing shortly after it started.

“Probably, maybe 10 minutes into the movie on the fly, it cut out, and the clip broke or the tape broke or something,” Witherspoon recalled, saying that everyone on the plane seemed to be watching her and whispered that she was on a plate.

So she went to the front of the plane and asked the flight attendant if she could borrow the microphone.

“I was like, ‘Hello, guys. I don’t think the movie will come back, so I walk with you, blow by blow, [through] what happened,’” she said, summarizing the film’s plot for passengers.

“So, first of all I’m dating Owen Wilson. It’s not going well. And he’s a professional baseball player, and you know that’s going south,” she said. “So I have a great date with Paul Rudd, but his dad asks him to go to jail for him because he committed a crime. Guys, I don’t know what’s going to happen! Am I going with Owen Wilson? Am I going with Paul Rudd? What’s going to happen? And they were like ‘Yeah!’ It was very nice.”

She later added, “It was actually so much fun and funny to tell people the whole plot of my movie in three minutes.”

And Meyers joked that the airline could have marketed it as a perk: “I just like those people saying to people for the rest of the year, ‘You have to fly United because the movie is never finished, but they have the star there. and they’ll talk you through it.’”

The Sony film, which was written and directed by James L. Brooks and also starred Jack Nicholson and Kathryn Hahn, received mixed reviews and grossed less than $50 million at the worldwide box office. The Hollywood Reporter previously revealed it cost $120 million to make.

During her appearance on the NBC late night show to promote her upcoming rom-com With you or with mewhich begins streaming on Netflix Friday, Witherspoon also shared that she ran into an aspiring acting student when she was running an errand before appearing on Meyers’ show.

“I just came across a chocolate shop because I’m trying to get my kids chocolates for Valentine’s Day,” Witherspoon recalls. “And this girl says, ‘Oh my God, are you Reese Witherspoon?’ I was like, “Yeah! I am.” And she said, “Oh my God, I’m an acting student. What should I do?” and I was like, ‘First you do this and then you do this and you audition. You don’t get every job, just work your tail off.’ And I thought I was so lucky to have people like that in my life.”

Meyers pointed out that the message itself sounded like something out of a rom-com, to which she agreed, noting that she also grabbed a large, heart-shaped box.

Witherspoon also shared why she wanted to make a movie for a streaming service.

“So many people can’t leave their homes. They can’t go anywhere. They take care of children. They have older parents,” she said. “They’re exhausted and just want to sit on the couch.”

Witherspoon also just completed the third season of Apple TV+ The morning showand said it was one of the longest projects she had worked on.

“This has been five years of my life, three seasons, 10 episodes each. Jennifer Aniston and I were talking about it the other day — it’s like you’re doing five movies, so it’s like we’ve done 15 movies,” she said.

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