“People Like Us” Video Interview Summary | July 1, 2012

“People Like Us” Video Interview Summary | July 1, 2012

Michelle Pfeiffer’s video interviews for “People Like Us”

Since “People Like Us” is now released in the US and Michelle has already returned home for a week time now, let’s wrap up with a summary of the “PLU” promotion. It was a fantastic months for Pfans as our goddess was everywhere on television talk shows as well as online media interviews, looking naturally gorgeous with simple make up and basic elegant dresses.

Here is the summary of the video interviews, I hope I can cover them all, but if not, these are the most important ones 🙂

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (6.19.2012) Video: Full Episode PART I, II

Good Morning America (6.20.2012) Video

The View: Michelle Pfeiffer joins “The View” to talk about her new film, “People Like Us.” (6.20.2012) Video

DE PELICULA interview by our Pfans Juan Fernandez-Paris Video

Extra: Jerry Penacoli caught up with actress Michelle Pfeiffer to talk about her new movie, marriage and her secret talent! Video

AMC interview Video

Celebuzz! interview Video

HitFix interview Video

Collider: Michelle Pfeiffer Talks PEOPLE LIKE US, Deleted Scenes, Her Early Work in Movies and TV, and If She’s Looking Forward to THE DARK KNIGHT RISES Video

accessHollywood: Why Was It Difficult For Michelle Pfeiffer To Slap Chris Pine In People Like Us? Video

ETOnline!: Video1 Video 2

SheKnows.com: People Like Us Star Grow Video

People Like Us Premiere Interviews: Video 1 Video 2


  • Natly
    July 8, 2012


  • Roald
    July 9, 2012

    Thanx man!

  • July 9, 2012

    Does anyone know how People Like Us fared at the box office after its first week of release?

  • July 16, 2012

    I love you Michyyyy !! You’re the best ! ❤✌

  • JediJones
    August 26, 2012

    Pfeiffer’s last film People Like Us bombed more than anyone expected, grossing $4.3 million on more than 2,000 screens on its opening week. That’s a pathetic per-theater average, but it’s also a slight surprise given the extensive marketing for the film that led me to hope it could be a modest success amidst all the big-budget, big-star films. Sadly,I was wrong, as was Dreamworks, and the film was off the film world’s radar in a matter of two weeks.

    That must be a blow to Michelle, who’s been working extremely hard to re-invent herself as a supporting actress. I just hope she fairs better in her next project, playing a Mafia wife alongside De Niro and Tommy Lee Jones in Luc Besson’s Malavita.

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