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Melissa McCarthy Blacks Out During On-Screen Tirades

by The Insider 1:30 mins

Melissa McCarthy Blacks Out During On-Screen Tirades

by The Insider 1:30 mins

Rock on, Melissa McCarthy! In the July issue of Rolling Stone magazine, the funny lady reveals one of her acting secrets — she often blacks out while filming curse-filled tirades. For example, during the gag reel at the end credits of "This Is 40," McCarthy tells Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann, "I would like to rear up and jackknife my legs and kick you both in the f------- jaw with my foot bone. That's what I would f------ love. I wish my f------ foot would go right through your skull."

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