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In: 16.25.31 Out: 16.25.47
Sound Bite: Jeremy Piven & Chris Bridges – did you just fly in?
Piven – I did. Well what happened was the Entourage premiere had a 5am flight right after the premiere so no sleep and then we just hit the ground running. He’s used to this type of schedule.
Bridges – I am, I’ll be honest with you. Yeah, I never stop.
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In: 16.25.56 Out: 16.26.13
Sound Bite: Jeremy Piven & Chris Bridges – you work so hard to a point of exhaustion?
Piven – Yeah and it’s kind of surreal because you’re representing yourself and you’re speaking for yourself so you can get in trouble. One thing that I can’t believe and I don’t want to talk about anything political but how the politicians do it because how they don’t slip up more. I mean that’s amazing to me, they speak on live TV all the time.
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Sound Bite: Jeremy Piven & Chris Bridges – this film has a unique edge
Piven – I think but it’s also not indulgent. One thing that Guy remembers is the need to entertain so it’s one scene will dovetail into the next, he uses this cool swish pan thing where you’ll be in one scene and just kind of thrust right into the next. It’s never boring. The people that have been interviewing us who have advanced ADD said they were never bored.
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In: 16.26.59 Out: 16.27.35
Sound Bite: Jeremy Piven & Chris Bridges – what’s Guy like to work with
Piven – He’s actually a dream to work with. Um he knows exactly what he’s doing, he wants to have a great time, he’s collaborative and um he wants to give us as much momentum as possible. He’ll literally do a countdown: 5, 4, and everyone’s just gotta get ready, the entire crew, so you know he’s real deal.
Bridges – No yeah he’s very particular about everything down to the blood spatter on the wall from a gun you know in certain scenes so he takes in every element on set and you’ve got to respect that I think he sets the standard for professionalism on camera you know what I mean, and on set, period.
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