She’s foul-mouthed, ruthless and wildly inappropriate, in her pursuit of the fake boobs that she’s convinced will make her more enticing in winning over a rich, handsome man.
Waiting for her meal ticket to take her away from her day job teaching middle school, she sets a plan in motion to win over Scott Delacorte (Justin Timberlake), who unfortunately starts to fall for Elizabeth’s colleague Amy Squirrel (Lucy Punch), setting her jealousy off into overdrive. The teachers we actually learned more from taught us life lessons more than trigonometry.
Meanwhile, gym teacher Russell Gettis (Jason Segel) expresses interest in Elizabeth, even though he won’t take any of her bullshit. Suzie Ormond would have been like, “Girl, that’s part of your five-year plan.” She’s working hard for those. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: We have to figure out a way to pay teachers more. They have such a huge responsibility and are under-appreciated and underpaid. Fujikowa, in sixth grade, who used to come in after the weekend and tell us about his 3-year-old son.
Completely the wrong person to help guide students, Elizabeth’s schemes get more and more outrageous, shocking everyone around her. You can’t find a millionaire, like you could three or four years ago, before the crash. She thinks that, to get what you want, you have to invest in your business, and hers is bigger tits. He would say how wonderful it was to teach your son and pass on your knowledge to him, and that you want to encourage your kids and teach them life lessons.
But it was partygoer "Weird Al" Yankovic who almost stole the thunder of the "Bad Teacher" gang, for fans like Ben Kingsley, Carrie Keagan, Allison Williams, Joanna Garcia-Swisher and the "Dancing with the Stars" gang, including Kirstie Alley, Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Ralph Macchio, were all buzzing about his new parody video "Perform This Way," spoofing Lady Gaga's "Born This Way." That just-released performance was the talk of the night, especially the fact that all his profits from the joking song will go to charity.
centers on a “foul-mouthed, gold-digging seventh-grade teacher who, after being dumped by her boyfriend, sets her sights on a colleague (Lucy Punch) who is dating a substitute teacher (Justin Timberlake), who also is the scion of a watch fortune.” ), John Michael Higgins and Molly Shannon. When you’re playing a character like this that’s letting everything loose, what do you get to bring out on screen that you don’t when you’re playing more moral characters or more likeable characters?
She then stormed out of the bash, with Timberlake following in close pursuit.
The two went on to have a 40-minute argument in a private room, during which he "slammed his fist into a cabinet," reported Their relationship even got off on the wrong foot.
) were romantically linked after her split from Sculfor.
There was not one ounce of energy spent trying to make anything about this character likeable. That’s pretty much the only message in the movie that we are proud of. We thought we shouldn’t just be making a movie about nothing that is of any importance.
If we are trying to be role models, in any way, we should at least offer up a jean jam.
Justin, you get to sing in the film, but it is the most ridiculous song. TIMBERLAKE: “Simpatico,” the original composition from Scott Delacorte, is a special song.
You would never know that Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake had ever broken up, watching them work the black carpet at the New York City premiere of their hot buzzed new comedy "Bad Teacher" on Monday, June 20. We've been broken up for as long as we were ever together," she explained."So, if we haven't moved on by now," she continued, "What's the point? I think in everything in life, gosh, there's so much to be experienced in life and to bring into your life.