In Get Him To The Greek, Rose Byrne sheds her genteel Aussie upbringing to sing songs about her lady parts
Eagle-eyed early adopters first crushed on the fair-skinned Australian actress Rose Byrne in the Star Wars prequel Attack of the Clones. Watching her play the demure handmaiden to Natalie Portman, you could just tell that this girl, in real life, reads novels. Long ones. Probably enjoys nights at the thee-ah-tah. This girl would be a star one day—but would never date a muscle-headed Hollywood producer-slash-goon or flash her coochie while dismounting from a limousine in Vegas. She was the new Rachel Weisz, the new Anne Hathaway, the new…Natalie Portman. A role as Brad Pitt's reluctant plaything in Troy confirmed it. Her recent breakout as the savvy junior partner opposite Glenn Close in FX's lawyer drama Damages sealed it.
Now Russell Brand has shattered our angelic image. In Get Him to the Greek, Byrne plays the vampy, Brand-shagging pop tartlett Jackie Q. And the costuming is coochie-centric. "My first day on the set, we filmed a video called 'I Am Jesus,' " Byrne says. "Then another one called 'African Child.' The costumes were raunchy." Later Byrne ends up in bed with a certain cameo-making heavy-metal god. (Okay, it's Lars Ulrich.) Terrified that our angel and that devil had libidinous chemistry, we ask if she's a Metallica fan. "Oh no, I don't like metal," she says. "But I loved Some Kind of Monster!" Which would be the Metallica documentary. About group therapy. Sorry, but this is one good girl who's never going bad.
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