Famous Actor Modeled “Douche-y” Movie Character After ‘The Bachelor’ Cast

It’s no secret that many celebrities are enormous followers of “The Bachelor” – usually in a like it/hate it sort of method – similar to many Bachelor Nation fanatics. One of these celebrities is Justin Long.

Long Performed Like a ‘Performer’

Known for his roles in “Live Free or Die Hard” with Bruce Willis, the cult-classic horror film, “Drag Me to Hell” and “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” with Ben Stiller, Long has a prolonged appearing resume. He just lately added a brand new comedy/horror film to that resume known as “Barbarian.”

In a September 9 interview with The Wrap, Long, who’s an avid “Bachelor/Bachelorette” fan, admitted that he modeled his “douche-y” character within the movie after an amalgam of unlikeable Bachelor Nation cast members. Long admitted, “”I discover on these [Bachelor] exhibits that, they’re some clearly very good folks and really, they’re all various kinds of folks on that, however there is a sort of man that presents very clearly. And they carry out whether or not they assume it is cool or romantic, they’re performing. I like the concept that this man would not actually know who he’s.”

According to The Wrap, “Long described the character as ‘a narcissist,’ somebody who behaves in a different way relying on who he’s speaking with. (This is exemplified by a scene within the film the place he reconnects with a high-school buddy after being publicly shamed.)”

Long defined, “That was enjoyable to mess around with, a man who’s at all times shape-shifting and totally different douche-y variations of himself.” Long by no means recognized any explicit Bachelor Nation cast member as his inspiration.

Long Mocked and Disparaged Tino Franco

On the September 10 episode of the “Chicks within the Office” podcast, known as “Justin Long Can’t Stand Tino on The Bachelorette,” Long used most of the similar adjectives to explain the suitors on the present season of “The Bachelorette” that he used to explain his ‘douche-y” character in “Barbarian.”

Long advised the podcast hosts “these guys, effectively they carry out lots. They’re performing cool man, or romantic, or no matter it’s. And, there’s plenty of performers this 12 months”

When the hosts requested Long what he thinks goes to occur within the Finale Part 2, after watching the previews from Finale Part 1, Long started ripping into Tino Franco. “I am unable to think about Tino making it by way of one other week with out doing one thing wild and darkish,” he expressed. He then contorted his face to attempt to imitate Franco telling Recchia that he was in love together with her. Long and the hosts finally decided that Franco simply stated that to get out of speaking about his “hostile” dad and mom.

Many viewers actually loved the podcast and authorized of Long’s views. One viewer wrote, “So superior to listen to Justin’s feedback!!! I agree along with his viewpoints a lot!!!” Another posted, “I vote Justin wants his personal Bachelorette podcast.”

A Reddit thread in regards to the podcast additionally generated some favorable feedback. One poster wrote, “I hoped this could get posted. Justin was too humorous! Loved this one.” Another Redditor commented, “Justin is spot on. Loved his takes. He looks like such a chill dude too.”

Fans can tune into see what actually occurred with Franco and Recchia, and all the opposite drama, on Tuesday, September 20 on ABC.

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