The Other Woman
Credit: Barry Wetcher

Have you seen Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton discuss bikini waxes on Moviefone’s Unscripted? If so, you know that Diaz has promised to teach Upton how to give herself one, but also that the media tour for their film The Other Woman has been an entertaining one. Diaz and Mann stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM 105) to talk with “Women on Pop” hosts Melissa Maerz and Sara Vilkomerson about the revenge comedy’s spot in the “9 to 5 genre,” the best way to get over a cheater in real life (bonus: Mann outs a guy who crossed her by name), and how many interviewers have asked Upton about her boobs. “It’s shocking what people say,” Mann says. “The camera goes on, and the interviewer asks about her boobs…. I said once, ‘Well, how is your vagina? What’s your vagina like?'”

Diaz, a model-turned-actress herself, has felt pre-judged and underestimated in the past. “But it’s awesome,” she says, “because then you’re at an advantage. They’re projecting onto you what they think that you are. The position that you’re in is to be able to be who you are and to put it on them to have to accept that. If they can’t, then that’s their problem, but you get to still just be who you are, instead of having to be who they want you to be. But sometimes,” she continues, “you can pretend to be who they want you to be, which is the best part, because then they’re at a disadvantage because you’re so much more than what they think and you kinda have the upper hand…. [You’re smarter] than they give you credit for, which is really what happens with Kate all the time.”

Listen to the interview below. In the second clip, Diaz, a Game of Thrones fan, weighs in on the controversial scene between her Other Woman co-star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime) and Lena Headey (Cersei) in the April 20 episode and what she’ll be watching for next.

The Other Woman
  • Movie
  • 119 minutes