Emily Ratajkowski insists that although she plays herself in the upcoming 'Entourage' movie, she's nothing like her character.
Emily Ratajkowski claims she's a ''weird'' version of herself in the 'Entourage' movie.
The brunette beauty - who was catapulted to fame in the music video for the controversial 2013 hit single 'Blurred Lines' by Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I - was cast in the big-screen remake of the HBO series and claims that although she plays herself, the character is nothing like her.
She explained to GQ magazine: ''That show's always been so funny to me. I'm playing myself, and they've got me in an Aston Martin. I drive a Nissan Versa and would never spend real money on a car, because I destroy things.
''So there's this weird version of yourself. Hollywood fetishizing you and itself - this box within a box.
''There is winter in Los Angeles, there is rain in LA. But there is no rain on 'Entourage'.''
He said: ''She was just incredibly mature. She wasn't smitten with being the girl of the moment. She's no bulls**t. If somebody's going to ruin their life on a 21-year-old, they have to be special, and she was.''
'Entourage' is scheduled for release in June 1015.
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