Sam Rockwell - Seven Psychopaths: Olga Kurylenko is 'one of the boys'

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Sam Rockwell and Martin Mcdonagh claim Olga Kurylenko is one of the boys.

The former Bond Girl recently described herself as the ''funniest woman in the world'' and her 'Seven Psychopaths' co-star and director have backed up her statement, joking she brought her ''manly'' sense of humour to the set.

Speaking at the Jameson Cult Film Club 'Seven Psychopaths' premiere at London's Oval Space last night (27.11.12), Sam told BANG Showbiz: ''She's great. She is, she's pretty funny. I would agree with that!''

Martin added: ''She's really down to earth. I was surprised how down to earth someone who's kind of a beautiful actress like that who's done a big Bond film can be. How normal and cool she was. Just like one of the boys. She won't like me saying that!

Sam joked: ''She was one of the boys, she's great. Very manly!''

The 44-year-old actor walked the red carpet with his 'Iron Man 2' girlfriend Leslie Bibb, but insisted the blonde beauty wasn't jealous of him working so closely with French stunner Olga, who played Camille Montes in 'Quantum of Solace'.

Sam smiled: ''She's fine with it. She's an actress so she understands, she's done those scenes before. She's a professional!''

The stars walked the green carpet at the 'Seven Psychopaths' premiere in Bethnal Green last night. The film also stars Colin Farrell and Christopher Walken.


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