You might not be able to tell by the image above, but playing Strip True American isn’t all fun and games. If you ask Brooklyn Decker, that is. The supermodel-turned-star — who guest on a rambunctious new episode of New Girl tonight — admits that the show’s fan-favorite, history-themed drinking game turned perilous at times. “There were a few close calls” when she had to pile onto an unsteady ottoman with stars Jake Johnson (center) and Max Greenfield. But, she adds about the lawless game, “I feel like if you actually show blood or if you fall and get a bruise, you probably get more points in True American — so that might work to your advantage.” READ FULL STORY »
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Celebrity guests are not unusual on The League, but the cameos on FX’s bro-hemian fantasy-football rhapsody often tend to be NFL stars or scruffy comedians. This Thursday, however, the comedy raises its glamour game and welcomes its best-looking guest star ever — no offense Jeff Goldblum. Brooklyn Decker pops up as one of the gang’s old high-school classmates. Back in the day, the gorgeous swimsuit model’s character wasn’t very nice to the fellas. But years later… well, she’s still cold as ice.
It must run in the genes. Her character, Gina Gibiatti, is the younger sister of Frank “The Body” Gibiatti (Ike Barinholtz), the guys’ neighborhood nemesis. “Brooklyn knocked it out of the park,” says the show’s producers, Jeff and Jackie Marcus Schaffer. “She is one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet, but once we said ‘action,’ she ripped our guys to shreds.”
“I’m a huge fan of The League so you can imagine the sick pleasure I got out of verbally abusing the cast,” says Decker.” It’s actually frightening how easily I took to playing a horrible person.”
Watch the video clip below. READ FULL STORY »
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