Interviewed by Alana Lee. In "Bringing Down the House", he returns to his wild man roots. I met the director, Adam Shankman and he had so much energy, which gave me supreme confidence.
That's really why I did the movie. I felt he wanted to make a fast moving, fast paced comedy. It's hard to find those people like Bowfinger boob grab they can be too serious or too mechanical to make a comedy.
A comedy has to have room to breathe. You just have to walk on that set on any given day and know that anything's a possibility. Do you still have a passion for comedies like this? A lot of Hollywood observers are saying they're glad to see you return to the old Steve Martin type of Bowfinger boob grab What I really have a passion for is the kind of fun we had on this one.
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The drudgery of making a movie can only be ameliorated by the fun you have making it. You've got to feel like you're in a creative space.
They're just bright people. Bowfinger boob grab you know, I never viewed myself as having gone away from this kind of thing. For example I did "Bowfinger" three years ago, a big physical comedy which I wrote.
Not so well before the film, [whispers] but don't tell her. I knew who she was and I'd heard her music, but I didn't know what kind of person she was.
When we met, it was an instant connection; she's a warm, happy, loving person. You do some hilarious dancing in the film. Are you naturally a good mover? I never considered myself as a dancer but I can learn things by rote.
In this case it was a little different. This was not choreographed dancing. It was just, how insane you can go. And it was fun knowing I didn't have to get a Fred Astaire look.
This was just me being crazy. I felt like I was in a robe.
It was all kind of loose, and you do feel a little funny wearing baggy clothes when you're used to belts and sort of conservative dress. I felt like I was walking from the spa in a hotel to my room. But eventually I enjoyed wearing my pants real low.
Yes, I did like that. Yes, it's in " Gangs of New York " [laughs]. No, my favourite scene is when Queen Latifah teaches me how to make love to my wife. I loved doing that scene. When the camera's off we would sit around talking. The director is lively and Bowfinger boob grab, so we always had fun.
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