Lizzy Caplan and Leslye Headland on Bachelorette, Mrs. Robinson, and Empathizing With A-holes

The League of Badly Behaved Women gets several new film recruits this week with Bachelorette, the Sundance breakout starring Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fischer, and several boatloads of cocaine. It is not a family movie; it is the kind of movie that requires its actresses to explain teabagging on morning television. But before Bachelorette was scandalizing audiences with its copious drug use and female cruelty, it was an off-Broadway play written by Leslye Headland. Vulture caught up with Headland (who also directed the film) and Caplan to discuss the aforementioned mean girls, the reaction to Bachelorette, and why Mrs. Robinson should get her own movie. Read More...


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