Unsurprisingly, the actress had more than one hand in the production: It’s her first movie as a producer, and director Jeff Baena is her boyfriend. Reilly, Dave Franco, Molly Shannon, and a host of other comedic actors, is a loose adaptation of “The Decameron,” the 1353 short story collection by Giovanni Boccaccio.However, “The Little Hours” is also notable for Plaza because it marks her first producing credit.Ron Ron, however, kept a much lower profile and actually returned to working in real estate. We went through 'Jersey Shore' together, we went through a lot of times and stories and adventures that we'll never share with anybody else," Magro-Ortiz told Too Fab.

We’re working on it even when we’re not working on it. We had to take on those leadership roles, whether we wanted to or not.

We had the entire cast and crew flying out to rural Tuscany.

Baena and Plaza first collaborated on Baena’s 2014 directorial debut, zombie comedy “Life After Beth,” and she also appeared in his 2016 followup, “Joshy.” With “The Little Hours,” her more active role provided an excuse for the couple to join forces in a new way. And in my first movie, “Life After Beth,” she was just acting. I have my ideas about the way my career should go, but I don’t have ideas about the way her career should go, so I don’t feel comfortable telling what she should or shouldn’t do. I’ll just never offer it without being asked first. But the way that Jeff works is a really different from doing improv comedy on television. It’s not like we’re looking for wild new ideas or heightening the jokes.

In New York to promote the film’s theatrical release, they talked through the experience of working together as a couple — and when they choose not to work together — as well as their different opinions about the state of the film industry. So watching her take on this other role was really interesting. This approach is somewhere between scripted and improv.

It was a long time coming — they were always on and off.

But it seems like it’s done for good now.” Last month, they were still together. News that she was “the one,” adding, "I’ve learned so much being in it — I’ve learned don’t assume anything.I feel like people think we're completely different, but [we] ended up being pretty alike in a lot of ways." Even though they've been going strong for several months, they are not using the terms "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" just yet."[Our] label is always ‘enjoying the moment.' That's the label I feel comfortable with," Aubrey stated with a laugh.'s "Famously Single" though, a move he made after some "recon" from Pauly D, who appeared on the E! He left with Aubrey [O'Day] and they're still together so it was kind of motivation to do it because I hadn't done anything since 'Jersey Shore' because I was always like, kinda like traumatized in a way.I definitely did my recon, watched the show, texted him." During filming, he actually started falling for co-star and Kardashian BFF Malika Haqq, though the two have since split.If you have a problem with your partner, don’t assume.