I think it can be fun to be single and date-like when you don't want a relationship. Or when you've just gotten out of a relationship, and, after get over the initial shock, your thinking, Hey, it's kind of cool being single.
I was a loser in high school.
I had serious relationships in high school. I mean not like marriage, but, ya know serious enough that I still remember them.
I was 11 and always watched TV and cartoons and I would always kind of point at the cartoons and say, I want to do that. And a friend of mine got me an interview with their agent and that was it. I just kind of started pretending for a job. That was it. I pretended for a living.
I think reading is important for a variety of things. I mean, first of all, it's a way to get information and find out what's going on in the world. But also, it helps your imagination.
There's a scene at the end of the movie where I tell her, 'You know you've got to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge
You know how it is. Every time you kiss someone else, in a way you always remember that very first time.
It's just I hate reading the description 'offbeat' about a character in a script, because I, along with Seth Green, Jamie Kennedy and a few others, have cornered the market on 'offbeat.
My character is not flawless.
For awhile, I got stupid about only wanting a leading-man role, but I have no illusions. I know I'm not Brad Pitt.
It's always fun when you're doing the CGI stuff, to actually get to work with someone who is real, who's there.
I am really Method-y.
I once threw a water balloon on a girl because I caught her cheating on me. She was kissing my friend and I thought, 'Oh, this can't be happening.' It was bad and I was much older than you think throwing a water balloon. I was 14.