Anna Faris and Chris Pratt ("Parks & Recreation") talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com at the premiere of their new movie, "Take Me Home Tonight," about falling in love on-set.
"We met making this movie and we fell in love during that time," Faris, 34, told OnTheRedCarpet.com.
"And now we're married," Pratt, 31, continued. "So this is a pretty spectacular moment for us, to be able to come to this movie that we met on and fell in love making, so it's kinda neat."
Of course Faris had to poke fun at her new hubby and asked, "What do you mean love-making?"
"Fell in love, comma, making," Pratt clarified. "I don't even know if it's appropriate to put a comma there. We didn't fall into love-making. You always do this!"
The movie follows Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) an MIT grad who chose to forgo high-paying lab job in favor of a position as a video clerk. His smart sister Wendy (Faris) is marrying her vapid boyfriend (Pratt), his best friend (Dan Fogler) just got fired from his job and his high school crush Tori Frederking (Teresa Palmer) is back in town. Franklin has one night to make things right.
Faris and Pratt also discuss why the decade lends itself to comedy and Pratt brought up the fact that the '80s aren't exactly fit for any genre besides comedy.
"It's a chance for us to sort of poke fun at ourselves as a society, it was pretty embarrassing when you look at what people were really committed to wearing and being in the '80s, I mean, it's automatically pretty funny. I think it would be hard to do a really gritty drama in the '80s, with someone who shows up in, you know, peg jeans and big mall bangs. You know, it's automatically funny."
Faris, who is best known for starring in the "Scary Movie" franchise, "Just Friends," and "The House Bunny," was previously married in 2004 to her "Lovers Lane" horror movie co-star, Ben Indra. The couple's divorce was finalized in 2008, the same year she became engaged to Pratt. Pratt and Faris got married in Bali on July 9, 2009.
"Take Me Home Tonight" hits theaters on March 4, 2011. Watch the trailer below.