Bill Hader Doesn’t Buy into Romantic Comedies

The Skeleton Twins actor, who is featured in W’s February 2015 issue, talks about why To Kill a Mockingbird makes him cry, his childhood crush on Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz, and why he doesn’t like most romantic comedies. Bill Hader wears a Prada shirt.

Released on 1/15/2015

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Starring: Bill Hader

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Oh, what movie makes me cry? Wow.
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I mean this is kind of one that a lot of people will say,
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but To Kill A Mockingbird.
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The Boo Radley behind the door moment.
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For some reason it always gets me.
00:14
Robert Duvall and then the push in on Scout,
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and she goes, Hey, Boo.
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You know, that moment? Yeah.
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It's really sweet.
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My first crush was Judy Garland in Wizard of Oz,
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when I was really young.
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Yeah, that movie's pretty amazing and it really holds up.
00:28
It is super trippy.
00:30
Favorite love story?
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I don't like a lot of romantic comedies, I'll be honest,
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because I never believe that the, I'm always,
00:37
I never fully believe that the people
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are in love with each other for some reason.
00:43
But, Annie Hall.
00:44
That movie crushes me, for some,
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when he goes to L.A. to talk to her
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and she has the sunglasses on and he's like, marry me.
00:51
[Interviewer] Uh huh.
00:52
It's awful.
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It's one of the worst things I've ever seen in my life.
00:56
I'm like, ugh.