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What, exactly, is a “hall pass”?
It’s a week off from marriage. In the movie two married men—Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis—are granted a free pass from their wives to do whatever they want, without consequences.
Who do you play?
I play Jason’s hall pass, whom he meets at a club. Even though we have nothing in common, he takes me home because his friend tells him, “You’re not looking for a pen pal—you’re looking for a poon pal.”
You must have tons of guys hitting on you. What are some bad lines you’ve encountered?
“Your parents must be retarded, because you’re special.” Stuff like that.
Well, you certainly don’t seem shy about your body.
You know, I’m comfortable with it. This shoot, for example, was really fun. I was running around in my underwear all day. It’s just a body—it’s no big deal to me.
Is there a part of your body that you’re most proud of?
I think my butt. It’s always been, uh, a bit bubbly. I’m glad my butt’s not flat.
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