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Machine Gun Kelly made his directorial debut in a new ‘stoner movie’ called ‘Good Mourning’ during which he said he had a lot of fun watching his fiancée Megan Fox in action as an actress .
“I just think she’s comedically great,” Kelly, real name Colson Baker, told Entertainment Tonight on Thursday at the film’s premiere at The London Hotel in West Hollywood, Calif. “I think she’s so underrated as a comedic actress and as an actress who can adapt to different faces and phases, so it was an honor.”
Kelly, 32, and Fox, 35, hit the carpet in opulent style with the rock star donning a hot pink satin Dolce & Gabbana suit accented with red roses – while Fox sported a shimmering pink strapless dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini who came complete with a high thigh split.
In “Good Mourning”, Kelly stars as London Clash – a movie star tasked with making the decision whether to pursue her passion for acting by starring in a major film or pursuing the love of her life at Apple – played by Becky G.
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As the co-director helming his first production with close friend Mod Sun, Kelly has asked a few favors from some of his showbiz friends as “Good Mourning” also features guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Pete Davidson, Dove Cameron, Becky G, Whitney Cummings, Zach Villa, Jenna Boyd and Mod Sun’s fiancée Avril Lavigne.
“We made a promise to ourselves: If we don’t make people laugh on set, off camera, we just have to pack up and go home, and so, like, when people couldn’t even hold the camera. right because the laughs were happening — we knew we were doing the right thing,” Kelly explained to ET.
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Meanwhile, Fox – Kelly’s real life love interest, portrays the role of Kennedy – which the singer described as “an ode to Reagan from ‘New Girl'”.
“It’s so funny, I was trying to make her not look like Megan Fox,” Kelly told the ET. “I was like, ‘We should put an old lady wig on you,’ and she was like, ‘I get it,’ and she was her and she was Kennedy. So it was all kind of Meta.”
Kelly made the rounds of the red carpet doing interview after interview while taking puffs of her own joint, according to reports.
He told People magazine his vision of Kennedy was as close to life as he could give it and joked that Fox “improvised and brought [her character] Kennedy to life” by not letting him guide his role in any particular direction.
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“I heard a lot of people say that was their favorite character in the movie,” he said of his fiancée. “I will always collaborate with Megan. I’m madly in love with her — and I’m a fan too.”
Kelly maintained that even with the on-set energy permeating the scenes, the film provided laughs at every turn. With the all-star cast of misfits each having smash hits in their own respective ways, Kelly said many of Fox’s lines that made it into the film were taken straight from their own fireside chats in their personal life.
“Every line that people wanted to keep in the editing station that she said were things that she actually said to me in real life,” he explained. “She was like, ‘You’re 30. It’s time to grow up.'”
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“I think there’s a Machine Gun Kelly character that people have married into, and the character that I play in the movie, London, is a vulnerable, humanized version of who I really am,” he said. -he adds.
“Good Mourning” is set to hit theaters and video-on-demand on May 20.
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