I'm not playing a vampire!
Duets is about six people, so it's like three different movies - three different duets. I was on the set 18 days, spread out over three and a half or four weeks.
I can walk down the street all day and people look at me, but they don't talk to me or stop me.
If you don't live a normal life, how do you relate to people?
And sex is definitely part of college life.
Probably the most difficult things were my favorite parts. The make-up and the big fight sequence at the end of the movie were very difficult but really fun and challenging.
I bought a house in LA, hanging out there and spending a lot of time in Toronto, but not much.
I just would like to spend more time in New York City.
It's an interesting time that way. It's hard to meet good girls down here. It seems like they're all after something and interested in their own lives.
There's nothing worse - I don't like listening to actors talk about the process, especially when - I mean, for me I've played a lot of guys, dudes, boys in a sense and this was a challenge for me just to play that official character.
I mean, I love California, but LA to me is still a strange place.
I don't think I would be getting any of these movies without that show, and that's a strong show, a great fan base and it's helped me out a lot. It took me out of Canada and brought me down to the states and gave me my career basically.
You've got to just go do what you do - you can't really worry about who was attached to the movie before.
I'd like to do the young cadet thing again for sure, but that's why I wanted to do this, to see if I could do it. I took the scenes out of the script and put them together and read them as one little arc, story and that seemed to work.
I remember listening to Cube's music when I was like 14 years old, my friends listening to it up in Toronto.