EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Leslie Mann has a freak-out Benny Hill-style in The Other Woman
Who doesn't love Danish hottie Nikolaj Coster-Waldau? But in the romcom The Other Woman — out on DVD Tuesday, July 29 — he's getting too much love by juggling a wife and two mistresses. Watch our exclusive clip to see the madness he inspires in Leslie Mann.
After Carly and Kate meet and discover Mark's a cheating scoundrel, things get worse for the ladies when they determine that Mark is three-timing them by taking on yet another lover, the much younger Amber (Kate Upton). The beautiful blonds get together and decide to plot their revenge on the man who thinks he can have his cake and eat it, too.
In this exclusive clip, the troubled Kate comes home to the house she shares with her cheating husband to find their lazy dog Thunder sprawled out on their expensive couch. When Thunder refuses to obey Kate and get off the sofa, Kate freaks out.
If the music in this clip sounds familiar, you must have grown up watching the British TV show The Benny Hill Show. The song is actually called "Yakety Sax" and was composed by Spider Rich and Boots Randolph way back in 1963, though the song is best known as the Benny Hill theme.
If the music doesn't sound familiar, then you may not know Benny Hill, who was a comedian known for his farcical sketch show that often featured fast-paced chase scenes. Either way, the music is perfect to communicate Leslie Mann's exasperated state of mind.
Leslie Mann is no stranger to playing women who are dealing with relationship problems. In This is 40, directed by her husband, Judd Apatow, her character Debbie struggles to keep her business, home and husband from all falling apart.