Spycraft was a dominant theme on the red carpet for Wednesday's world premiere of Lionsgate's comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me."
Stars Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon offered strongly contrasting opinions about whether they could perform real life spying.
"I say no because I can not lie," McKinnon said at Regency Village in Westwood, Los Angeles. "I just can not. So I would instantly designate myself to everyone I talked to, and I would break crying in a bathroom somewhere."
Kunis, on the other hand, said she would be a good secret agent. "I'm small, so I can get through iron bars. I can speak three languages. It's my skills. I like to send that picture."
Kunis also analyzed McKinnon's laughter. "There are two laughs that Kate has ̵
Justin Theroux, who plays the titular spear, said he would not be good at spying on the field.
"I would be good as the guy in the spy says," Get out of there, you've been jeopardized, "says Theroux." I would be better like the guy back at the CIA headquarters and say, "The bomb is in the billiard room, go further to the billiard room. ""
The film's second operator Sam Heughan agreed that spy-craft is not for him.
"I would forget my pseudonym," he noted. "I would be terrible like a real spy because I would like to stop as soon as I got injured. I would be like Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, let's hold."
David Iserson, who co-wrote the script with director Susanna Fogel, was amazed at how the dude came up with the idea two years ago.
"This quickly highlights a Hollywood movie to make it to the screen, as we both have had many developed hell situations," he added.
Fogel said the development was "happily happy", but acknowledged that she would be a bad spy. "I could not do it because of the debt and my inability to divide."
"We wrote this because we were looking for a hole in the market – a good friendship movie with a lot of action," she added.
"The Spy Who Dumped Me" hits theaters on August 3th.