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In: 03.24.57 Out: 03.26.09
Sound Bite: Brandon T. Jackson & Jay Baruchel – Working with A Listers
Brandon – Yeah what are you talking about those B list stars there, come on. (talks)
Jay – that rose gallery of irrelevant performers no uh for I just thought, I felt like one of the kids on Detroit that went to the Stanley Cup and like is uhm uhm uhm is playing along side Chris ? and all of those guys and uh basically this is my version of that is coming to, showing up to work everyday with guys that are uhm a large part of why I ever do anything funny is because of them and so now to be able to share screen time with them and to riff and play around Stiller, Downey and Black
Brandon – yeah right
Jay – are you kidding me like
Brandon – it was crazy because this was like my comedy grad school you know what I mean, I get to say that because I really feel that that when I came into the movie Tropic Thunder I thought I was going to come in here and just you know they’re ready for this hipster you know what I mean. They ready for this, when I saw how good these guys really even Jay and everybody and how, it was just, it was breath taking but then I learned so much from the experience that I could take with, you know my next projects and things like that so.
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In: 03.26.11 Out: 03.26.49
Sound Bite: Brandon T. Jackson & Jay Baruchel – Downey Being Black
Brandon – isn’t it (talks)
Jay – There interaction was the weirdest thing in the world
Brandon – it is because you have a older, you got older white guy being black but the thing is people keep saying black face and at first it was written black face but then Robert took over and made a black man you know what I mean so we was chillin in the trailer, we was kickin it playin Kayne West cd’s and we was chillin and he was like really black for the role.
Jay – they both kept trying to mug me.
Brandon – yeah right and we both, we both. You know whats funny he showed up late to the set just to prove he was black, you know what I mean.
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In: 03.26.55 Out: 03.27.26
Sound Bite: Brandon T. Jackson & Jay Baruchel
Brandon – we check him in the movie, I mean I just didn’t want to get calls from from from yeah the whole, I love you all but I didn’t want to be getting calls from everybody but I just I think if he would have did it bad well all would have pretty much
Jay – its like, its like serving blow fish at a sushi restaurant you have to—
Brandon – Yeah you have to cut it right, precisely cut it
Jay – Precisely right cause they kill someone else, because one wrong knife move you kill the guy.
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In: 03.27.25 Out: 03.28.36
Sound Bite: Brandon T. Jackson & Jay Baruchel – Ben Directing
Jay – oh he’s the greatest.
Brandon – the greatest
Jay – but uhm (talks)
Brandon – but man if you not funny go home, that’s what I say I mean because Ben you better be funny, you better be on time because Ben is really, is very very good director. I mean to me he’s like the comedy Spielberg, for me because I grew up watching him and just to work with is just amazing and to have him if you’re not funny yeah yeah ok uh.
Jay – well for me it was just like uh uh uh uhm to have somebody that talented because literally all of it came out of his head, he’s, he wrote, directed and is staring in this movie and so uh to for somebody like that to give you liberty to try stuff out and he constantly let me look over his shoulder at the sets, the shots he was lighting up, he didn’t need to do that stuff man and that’s why he was the most fun I’ve ever had.
Brandon – And how do you write, direct and produce and get in the film
Jay – Especially this movie
Brandon – I know this movie
Jay – this is not two people talking over a kitchen sink for two hours.
Brandon – exactly and the action, its really amazing to watch, I mean I hate using the word amazing so I’m going to get a thesaurus, talk to Robert to get another world.
Description: HRN-2531 Cam X Tropic Thunder - Brandon T. Jackson & Jay Baruchel
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