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Sunday 2 August 2015

Wilde: I'm too busy to get married

Published 06/09/2013 | 14:16

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are enjoying being engaged
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are enjoying being engaged

Olivia Wilde has claimed she and Jason Sudeikis are too busy to get married.

The Rush beauty and the We're The Millers funnyman have been dating for almost two years and have been engaged since January. But Olivia insisted she doesn't have time to plan a wedding.

She joked: "I'll just tell them we are getting married in Uganda. That sounds too likely. That's something I would do. I would totally do it!"

Olivia added: "I think being engaged is really fun and I am in no rush. I think it's really wonderful, I feel really lucky and happy. We're both really blessed to be very busy right now, so as actors, that's the dream - to be too busy to get married. That's fantastic."

The Tron star's latest movie is Drinking Buddies, an improvised comedy about friends at a Chicago brewery, co-starring Jake Johnson, Anna Kendrick and Ron Livingston.

Olivia said: "The greatest drinking buddy is a person who has a great sense of humour and can handle their beer. Because a bad drinking buddy is somebody who I guess falls over before you get to the fun part. Jason is a great drinking buddy."

And she admitted after shooting Buddies that she's become even more of a beer aficionado.

"Yeah I am now the really annoying person in the beer aisle at the supermarket who is taking way too long," Olivia said. "The person behind me is just trying to get to the Budweiser - like 'Move lady!'."

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