TORONTO (AP) — Olivia Wilde kissed her fiancé Jason Sudeikis on the red carpet and then praised him for his portrayal of Marcus Mumford in the Mumford & Sons video, "Hopeless Wanderer."
The former Saturday Night Live player— along with Will Forte, Ed Helms, and Jason Bateman— parodied the other members of the band in the often silly video. Sudeikis even enjoys a passionate on-screen kiss with Forte towards the end.
And Wilde loves the whole thing.
"Oh, it's brilliant. It's brilliant. It's my favorite thing. I love it," Wilde said.
The actress commented on the video while promoting her new film, "Rush" at the Toronto International Film Festival. More than 40 television crews interviewed Wilde, Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, and director Ron Howard.
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