LOS ANGELES - Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick are a dynamic duo in the new movie Trolls.
Entertainment Reporter, Kim Holcomb talked to them about the movie, their characters, and whether or not they’re big “huggers” in real life.
HOLCOMB: "(The trolls) sing, dance, and hug. Which are you most comfortable doing with a stranger?"
KENDRICK: "Dancing? I guess…”
TIMBERLAKE: “Yeah, I'd say that's the least offensive with a stranger.”
HOLCOMB: “You won't hug someone if you've just been introduced? Are you a hugger, or no?"
TIMBERLAKE: "I'm not an off-the-bat hugger.”
KENDRICK: “I've never enjoyed a perfunctory hug.”
HOLCOMB: "(Anna’s) character is a true optimist and (Justin’s) character is a bit of a pessimist. Who do you really think you are at heart?"
TIMBERLAKE: "I'm going to follow that question with a question - what time of day are we talking?”
TIMBERLAKE: “I'm definitely more my character.”
KENDRICK: “I'm more of a pessimist. I'm definitely a worrier, also, so even if I'm in a great mood, I love to ruin that!"
HOLCOMB: "Who do you want this movie to be for? What age do you think is perfect for this film?”
TIMBERLAKE: “Everyone... There’s something in there for kids that they would enjoy and it has a great message, but also jokes get slid in there that only the three of us can understand and (kids) wouldn't get. So I think there's something in there for everybody - not to just throw a tagline at you, but there you have it."
Trolls is rated PG and opens November 4.
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