Simon Baker admits he NEVER watched The Devil Wears Prada despite being in the movie


Embarrassing moment Simon Baker admits he NEVER watched The Devil Wears Prada despite being in the film – insisting he “just didn’t find the time”










Simon Baker admitted that he had never watched The Devil Wears Prada, despite having starred in the iconic film 15 years ago.

Appearing on Tuesday’s Today show, the Australian actor, 52, looked visibly uncomfortable when asked by co-host Sylvia Jeffreys about the iconic film.

“I read, and I need you to clear this up on this, that you’ve never watched the movie:” Sylvia said, prompting Simon to respond sheepishly, “I didn’t. haven’t. It’s true.’

‘I do not have. It’s true ‘: Simon Baker, 52 (pictured) admitted on Wednesday’s Today show that he had never watched The Devil Wears Prada, despite having starred in the iconic film he 15 years ago

‘Oh, he’s a cracker. You should change that! ‘ exclaimed co-host David Campbell.

“Yeah … I heard it worked pretty well,” Simon answered awkwardly, scratching his head nervously.

When asked why he hadn’t watched the movie, Simon simply replied “I couldn’t”.

Haven't found the time?  When asked why he hadn't watched the movie, Simon simply replied

Haven’t found the time? When asked why he didn’t watch the movie, Simon simply replied “I didn’t make it”

The co-hosts burst out laughing, as Sylvia replied, “We just got lockdown orders! There’s nothing more to do!”

“Look, I don’t know. Simon laughed. “Sometimes you have to get away from the movies a bit. ”

Simon starred alongside Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep in the iconic film, playing the role of an attractive young writer named Christian Thompson.

Classic: Simon starred alongside Anne Hathaway (right) and Meryl Streep in the iconic film, playing the role of an attractive young writer named Christian Thompson

Classic: Simon starred alongside Anne Hathaway (right) and Meryl Streep in the iconic film, playing the role of an attractive young writer named Christian Thompson

New Horizons: The Metnalist actor recently turned his back on Hollywood, however abandoning blockbuster shooting in Los Angeles in favor of telling important stories from his home country in Australia

New Horizons: The Metnalist actor recently turned his back on Hollywood, however abandoning blockbuster shooting in Los Angeles in favor of telling important stories from his home country in Australia

However, the Metnalist actor recently turned his back on Hollywood, ditching blockbuster shooting in Los Angeles to tell important stories from his homeland in Australia.

His latest film, High Ground, tells the story of the aftermath of a brutal massacre of an indigenous community.

“It’s not easy to tell certain stories because people who invest in films don’t want to see those stories, or don’t think it will make money,” Simon said of High Ground in a report. interview with The Courier Mail.

Grown at home: his latest film, High Ground, tells the story of the aftermath of a brutal massacre of an indigenous community

Grown at home: his latest film, High Ground, tells the story of the aftermath of a brutal massacre of an indigenous community


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