Olivia Munn Paid Her Way Into Ocean’s Eight Cameo

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Sam Robeson - September 20, 2017

Olivia Munn has always seemed like someone who keeps it real, and nothing is more real than admitting that you paid for your own cameo appearance in a movie. Like when actresses admit to buying their own red carpet dresses. And are then banished to live under a viaduct for all of eternity with other garbage monsters. Munn is one of a billion celebrities who will appear in a Met Gala scene in the upcoming continuation of the star-porking Ocean's saga, Ocean's Eight, and apparently had to pay for her own everything. During an interview with EW Radio Munn stated:

It actually cost me money to be part of Ocean’s Eight. They’re like do your own glam and I got the dress and all that and then you submit the bills for it because I’m part of your movie. And then they’re [the producers] like, ‘Oh no, the bills come right back to you.'

Stars who take themselves too seriously forget that they're our little dancing monkeys. By seemingly not safeguarding her brand, Munn's brand has become that of the super bangable thirty-something-year-old actress with a good sense of humor who seems able to appreciate her success. And who has amazing tits. She's either figured out the game or has a learning disability. Actresses with sour vaginas would never admit to paying for anything, no less an actual job. Considering Ocean's Eight has some vetted Z-listers credited on IMDB, I'm assuming Munn wasn't the only one who paid to be in this piece of crap. We'll really only know if we got Munn's money's worth when we see if she goes tits out or not. In Hollywood that might only be a perk of the premium package.


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