Sextape cameron diaz
That's the premise behind this week's new comedy , which finds Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel scrambling to retrieve the very naughty three hour love-making session that has accidently gone viral. Downey gets down to the bottom of these very questions, in a series of exclusive interviews with the cast.
Will they be able to pry these heart-attack inducing images out of their parents' cold dead hands before its too late? Watch as he chats with both Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel, as well as their co-star Ellie Kemper, and find out if they survived the most incriminating video leak of all time.
Ten years later, they’re married with two children (Sebastian Hedges Thomas, Giselle Eisenberg), a two-story West L. home and busy professional lives — she’s a mommy blogger, he works in radio — leaving them little time for intimacy.Film Review: ' Sex Tape' Reviewed at AMC Century City 15, Los Angeles, July 14, 2014. Produced by Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, Steve Tisch. Screenplay, Kate Angelo, Jason Segel, Nicholas Stoller; story, Angelo.Executive producers, David Householter, Jason Segel, Jake Kasdan, David Bloomfield, Ben Waisbren. Camera (color), Tim Suhrstedt; editors, Tara Timpone, Steve Edwards; music, Michael Andrews; music supervisors, Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe; production designer, Jefferson Sage; art director, Elliott Glick; set decorator, Kyra Curcio; set designers, Philip Toolin, Bryan Felty; costume designer, Debra Mc Guire; sound, John Pritchett; supervising sound editor, Joel Shryack; sound designer, Yann Delpuech; re-recording mixers, Tateum Kohut, Greg Orloff; special effects coordinator, Judson Bell; visual effects supervisor, Sean Devereaux; visual effects producers, Brian Drewes, Jay Warren; visual effects, Zero VFX, Colorworks; stunt coordinators, Jeffrey Lee Gibson, Brian Smyj; assistant director, Matt Rebenkoff; casting, Anya Colloff, Michael Nicolo.Interesting mainly as a sign of how thoroughly smut, Apple products and smut viewable on Apple products have seeped into contemporary life, Sony’s July 18 release might attract audiences starved for a decent R-rated summer comedy following recent hits “Neighbors” and “22 Jump Street,” but seems unlikely to show anywhere near the same box office stamina.In one of the more unorthodox post-Muppets-movie career moves in Hollywood history, regular writing partners Segel and Nicholas Stoller (teaming with scribe Kate Angelo, who is credited with the story) have attempted a moderately risque adult laffer that retains some of the sweetness and spark of their Judd Apatow-produced collaborations, such as “The Five-Year Engagement” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” As directed by Jake Kasdan, “Sex Tape” also bears a superficial resemblance to the Stoller-helmed “Neighbors,” a much sharper comedy about a couple seeking naughty relief from their boring domestic routine.