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Van Wilder: Party Liaison
Character: Sally
Directed by: Walt Becker
Written by: Brent Goldberg, David Wagner (as David T. Wagner)
Produced by: Peter Abrams, Robert L. Levy
Other cast: Ryan Reynolds, Tara Reid, Kal Penn, Tim Matheson
Release date: 5 April 2002 (USA)
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Running time: 1h 32min

To Van Wilder, college doesn't get you ready for life - it is life. So when his father puts a stop to his cash flow after 7 years, it looks like the party might finally be over for Van. Down, but not out, Van, and his team devise a way to make money from partying. However that soon come to the attention of the college magazine, who send out sexy college reporter, Gwen to do a feature on the infamous Van Wilder, Party Liaison. But when things start to go wrong for Van, he realizes that this time he may need to do something really crazy... GRADUATE!

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Sophia’s Role

Sophia starred as Sally, a feisty little minx who wanted to show the main character Van Wilder a good time! She was only featured in one scene of the film, where she kisses Van. Van Wilder was Sophia’s first onscren role, and on the red carpet for the 2017 SAG Awards she opened up to E! News about her small part in the film:

“That was actually my first real professional job. He (Ryan Reynolds) was my first onscreen Hollywood kiss, and he was a gentleman — so thank you, sir! Honestly, it was just how strange it was, you know? Because you see these things happen on camera, and they look flirtatious or fun or sexy, and there’s 40 people standing around you. They’re adjusting exactly the tilt of your face so you’re not blocking the other person’s light, and your hand has to go here but not here, and it’s really not sexy. And so we do our best to sell it, but it’s a very bizarre process.”

Official Trailer

Sophia’s Scene