#AlexOLoughlin – Working with Jennifer Lopez was great. (May 2010)

Australian actor Alex O’Loughlin, 33, plays Jennifer Lopez’s love interest in romantic comedy The Back-up Plan, about a single woman who wants a baby so has artificial insemination – but then meets her dream man. Canberra-born Oyster Farmer star O’Loughlin – who has also starred in The Shield, Moonlight and Three Rivers.

– by Annette Dasey, 

WHO magazine,

24 May 2010

 

Question: Where does your charisma come from?

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Alex:  I think I was born with it. And, you know what? It’s got me into a lot of trouble over the years. I’ve always had a bit of a naughty streak. I got in trouble at school for disrupting the class.

Question: What did you and Lopez do, in between takes?

Alex:  I’ve spent my whole life on film sets and some scenes require you to continue working in between takes and in between set-ups and stuff. And with some scenes you are sort of free, just waiting for them to move around you so you can just relax. A film set’s a big family so we didn’t play like Go Fish or anything. There wasn’t any of that specifically.

Question: Did you and Lopez have fun while shooting?

Alex: We had a really great time and I think that is evident on the screen. It was such an enjoyable experience and I learnt so much as actor. And I don’t think I’m necessarily good at comedy but I think I’ve hit my marks.

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Question: How do you feel when you see yourself on screen?

Alex: I hate it, man. I sit there for an hour-and-a-half in a ball with my legs crossed and my arms crossed and a hand over half of my face, just sort of staring through my fingers. And when the credits roll at the end I realise that I’ve been sitting in that position the whole time and I’m sort of sweating.

Question: Why do you find it so hard?

Alex: I feel like I still am learning. I watched The Back-up Plan last night and I tell myself, “Okay, next time, I’ll do that differently.” I look forward to a point in my career where I’m like, “I know what I’m doing and I don’t need to see any of it.”

Question: You look very ripped in the film: is it hard to maintain that?

Alex: I’ve been pretty lazy since the movie finished, actually. I’ve just been busy. I always have something active in my life. On that movie, I worked out. I had a trainer named Jeff Blair: one of the best in the business. He’s incredible and he taught me a lot about fitness and nutrition.

(Does anybody else just have this uncontrollable urge to rip those pants off? They seem so unnecessary….. 😛 )

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8 responses to “#AlexOLoughlin – Working with Jennifer Lopez was great. (May 2010)

  1. imfriggingud

    Oh yes I’d enjoy tearing those pants off with my teeth, in one big swoop trust me he Certainly wouldn’t have the energy to run away from me 😉

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  2. vanduyn

    Me,me,me!!! They are very unnecessary! And I find it hard to believe he’s wearing underwear cause they’re so low 😉

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  3. I’m pretty sure he’s not. The only things keeping his pants up is his deliciously round booty. 😛 Good thing I have no plans today, because I will be sitting here staring at this gif all day! This show was so unbelievable! No way in hell she’d wait until the barn scene to ravage that body! :mrgreen:

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  4. *sigh* totally unnecessary! I’m going to download that to my phone so I can stare at work……..

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  5. Oh FOYeur w2e all know what a little “Ripper” you are LOL!!!

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  6. Lisa

    Oh my….. Help I need a bib…wow, hummuna hummuna. I’m totally speechless thank you thank you for making my day:)

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  7. I love the way he moves ME! He is so perfect! Thank you!

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  8. buttercup4u

    Farmers usually don’t wear undies while doing the tractor stuff 😉 nonpractical !!
    Omg, the weeeeekend is over and i don’t have to be sad, because i have to catch up with all the hotness 😆 !!

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