Had Kristen Bell been around in the mid-1970s, "Dog Day Afternoon" would have run half as long and twice as peaceful. She's just that charming.
She's talk-Pacino-into-letting-a-bunch-of-hostages-go-without-making-a-deal charming, which is precisely why her interview for ET with husband Dax Shepard went so well.
Dax, who is currently promoting his film "CHIPS" with costar Michael Peña, sat down with the mother of his two children to talk about the film he wrote, directed and adapted from the television series that launched Erik Estrada's career and created jobs for countless motorcycles.
The "Parenthood" actor insisted Kristen, who referred to the film as "'When Harry Met Sally' with motorcycles," gave him his best review of the film thus far.
Despite Kristen's support of the film, she almost didn't make the cut. She play's the ex-wife of Dax's character, but nearly lost the role to someone/anyone more heinous.
Dax told her,
When it came time for Dax to direct Kristen, though, everything ran as smoothly as you'd expect it to for someone as flawless as ol' KB.
As for Michael, he didn't mind being the couple's third wheel. If anything, he preferred it.
He told Kristen,
Oh, Michael. You lucky boy.