In a video that's getting more press than the movie will ever sell tickets or DVDs, the cast of the brutally reviewed new film Mortdecai went on The Ellen show to play the old college everyone's-already-drunk party game "Never Have I Ever."
Maybe because she's silent throughout the whole thing and doesn't get the chance to compare her life to a war or remind us that she's friends with Jay-Z and Beyoncé, but Gwyneth Paltrow comes off as actually likable -- which is probably the most remarkable part of this entire video.
So instead of "I'd rather die than let my kid eat Cup-a-Soup," (an actual quote of hers) we learn that she's joined the "Mile High Club."
And instead of "I am who I am. I can't pretend to be someone who makes $25,000 a year," (another actual quote) we learn that she's seen both of her co-stars naked.
It's a more human Gwyneth Paltrow than we usually get to see, which makes me feel like maybe she should conduct all TV appearances in silent-quiz-game format.
Watch the video to also learn whether or not Johnny Depp has ever gotten out of a speeding ticket just because he's famous.