“The biggest turnoff a guy can do on the first date – well I’ve had such bad first dates,” Garner told Pop Tarts at the Hollywood premiere of “Valentine’s Day” on Monday night. “If you ask a girl out you should pay.”
Take note, boys.
“If you do a big booger pick that’s a huge turnoff,” she said with a laugh. “Especially if you flicked it or if you wiped it, I’m not down with that.”
Meanwhile Eric Dane isn’t a fan of talking about his “McSteamy” self.
“The biggest turnoff anybody can do on a date is talk about themselves,” Dane dished. “And here we are talking about me. This is terrible.”
But chances are Dane probably had to do a lot of self-talking and introducing himself on the set – after all, director Garry Marshall didn’t even know who he was.
“I got these guys from a TV Show, Eric Dane and Patrick Dempsey, McSteamy, McGweemy, I don't know, funny names but I didn't know them,” Marshall said. “The most fun was meeting new people, the Taylor’s also came, two people named Taylor – a boy and a girl (that would be Lautner and Swift). I didn’t know them, nothing was written for them and I had to find a way I could do a scene with them but they came off great. Taylor Swift’s got connect! I know she gets a prize, she sings, blah blah but she can act. Maybe she should try the acting career for a bit.”
And after having played a prominent role in launching Julia Roberts’s career in “Pretty Woman” some twenty-one years ago, Marshall had great delight in working again with Roberts as well as her niece Emma on the flick – however the 18-year-old is yet to develop her Aunt’s sexiness skills.
“Emma Roberts is a wonderful actress, she has the same intensity as Julia but doesn’t throw the hair as well yet,” Marshall added. “She’s coming along with that.”
Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay