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13-Mar-2018 18:58

Glamour: A year ago, I interviewed you and your wife, and I asked you to tell me who's the most kick-ass female character in movies today. I really like that." I was struck by that, because you were the first actor that actually said, "I love that kind of question." Since you are now the only guy in a house full of girls, what would you want your daughters to know when they grow up, whether they go into this business or not? So, yes, the discussions about the bigger issues are so important, but for them…it shouldn’t matter at all because I’ll support them in whatever they want to do.

Glamour: Would you like to see them go into this business or do you hope they find something else they want to do? Obviously, there’s this part of me that says this business can be so hard that I hope they find another business.

Glamour: Of all the many complex relationships in the film, which one did you most relate to?

John: Probably my relationship with the mother [played by Margo Martindale].

“I think that was wildly misquoted or taken out of context,” Krasinski says.You see, the 36-year-old was attached to star in the dramedy over five years ago—but because it was a small indie film, the financier at the time couldn't get the movie made.Four years went by and "because the script was is one of the most touching films of the year, a welcome departure from a summer of sequels and superheroes.Certainly those emotional moments that you’re talking about in the last 15 minutes, you can just feel it straight into your heart whether you’re on set or [in the theater].

I hope audiences are as blown away as emotionally as I did when I first read the script and then saw the movie for the first time. Glamour: What are your pet peeves when it comes to movies?

There’s a lot of family movies out there, and I don’t love a lot of them because I feel a little manipulated.