Jesse Eisenberg

August 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Jesse EisenbergJesse Eisenberg, At first glance, one would think actors Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari have much or nothing to do with surfing, snowboarding, skateboarding, or any sport that includes a Council. The truth is that they do not.

However, when the opportunity came to interview the Oscar-nominated actor and comedian funny, I could not resist. I am a big fan of both artists. In the interview, Jesse Eisenberg told how impressed I was with Adventureland, alluding to Jesse that this was my favorite movie of it. He said Aziz Ansari, while their share in the film was little, observe and communicate is one of the most underrated comedies ever, and their scenes were some of the funniest of the film.

And the truth is, in a small way there is a connection between the two actors and skateboarding. Ruben Fleischer, the director of his new film 30 minutes or less, which is now showing at a theater near you, a year ago, the film recently about the Gumball 3000 race. A career and film director Jeff Tremaine Jackass introduced the skater Rob Dyrdek, resulting in the hit reality TV series Rob & Big Dyrdek and catapulted to stardom.

Thus, while neither Jesse Eisenberg nor Aziz Ansari surf, snowboard nor skate, you are very talented at what they do. Also, before interviewing the two actors who went to a screening of his film 30 minutes or less, and I must say the movie was very funny. It helped me a lot to Danny McBride appeared with the duo talented.

I met the couple in a pizzeria in San Francisco called Goat Hill Pizza. Speaking as the title of the film, 30 minutes or less, the character based on Jesse Eisenberg, a pizza delivery boy working at a pizza place that ensures the delivery of pizza, you guessed it, 30 minutes or less.

Jesse and Aziz were exactly how I imagined them to be. Jesse was anxious and seemed a little uncomfortable. He wore a blanket, unbuttoned shirt, long sleeve, with a shirt underneath and jeans. Aziz was full of energy and gestures were very similar to when he does standup or playing a role. Aziz was dressed a little nicer, with a collared shirt and leather jacket. While the two are not like best friends, they certainly have chemistry together.

I sat with Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari’s talk about what was done 30 minutes or less together, the world of dating, how their careers have risen so quickly, which was working with Danny McBride, a new film project and Aziz Danny is working, what are your favorite movies are I’ve been involved in at Jesse felt good before they announced the winner of Best Actor at the Academy Awards, and if Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari like walking. Here are Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari; star of the film 30 minutes or so playing in a cinema near you.

Cyrus: I went and saw 30 minutes or less overnight. My real test to see if a movie is funny or not if I laugh when I’m sober. I was sober. I was laughing my ** off (my review of the film differs radically from the San Francisco Chronicle movie critic Mick LaSalle).

(Jesse and Aziz both look and laugh)

Aziz: Are you drunk right now?

Cyrus: I’m completely sober. I would be drunk. I usually do not get drunk on alcohol, is on the side of ganja. The film seemed the boys had a great time. Some movies can be said for chemistry are other good, when the director says, “Cut”, you can tell people relieved the day is over. How was the experience of making this film?

Jesse: It’s good in that regard. In the film, my character has a bomb strapped to him and is forced to rob a bank. I had to argue that the genuine fear of having a bomb strapped to me. If you spend 12, 14 hours a day as the shooting of scenes that end up feeling the same anxiety. Fortunately, working with Aziz, who was so funny and so wonderful to work with him. So all that other stuff is great. You know, things film. But there was real game of my character ends up being exhausting.

Cyrus: Aziz, who was the same for you too?

Aziz: The same. (Laughter)

Cyrus: Did you two have a history before this film, or was the first time we worked together?

Aziz: No, did not know each other before the movie. When you are starring together in a movie like this, you’re pretty together all the time. So get to know each other pretty quickly and luckily we get along.

Cyrus: I saw Ben Stiller’s name in the credits as a producer. Was he the man who put this film together? Who is the mastermind behind this?

Aziz: Obviously, the director Ruben (Fleischer). Then Ben, Stuart (Cornfeld), Network Time Ben enterprise (production), that produced it. These two boys, Michael and Matthew Sullivan Diliberti, wrote it. With a movie like this, there is a person who is the brain. It’s a great group of people working together to do something, and I hope it works out. And I think with this film that really worked.

Cyrus: I agree. The audience applauded at the end of the movie when I saw it last night.

(Jesse and Aziz gave me a surprised look when I say this)

Cyrus: Right. Never been to a screening of the film before the crowd applauded. No bulls ** t.

Aziz: Wow!

Jesse: That’s great.

Cyrus: In the last two or three years you two have flown. Their names are scattered everywhere, is now in some movies. You have become Listers; you have really raised them in this regard. As for the dating scene, has suddenly become ridiculously easy? It’s the talent? Are you on boys? What has changed in that regard?

Aziz: I’m getting a straw right now. (Laughs Jesse Aziz)

Cyrus: That’s awesome.

Aziz: As Jesse.

Jesse: The partners also.

Aziz: That’s all.

Cyrus: If you have a third hand, I say come here.

(Everyone laughs)

Aziz: I do not know. I mean, I’m working hard. I’m more of a type of person workaholic.

Cyrus: Are you alone or are dating?

Aziz: I’m single now. I mean I’m leaving, but I’m not in a relationship, no.

Cyrus: How about Jesse?

Jesse: I have been with the same woman since before I was in a movie.

Cyrus: Wow.

Aziz: That woman is a model for Victoria Secret. (Laughter and Jesse Aziz)

Cyrus: Jesse, do you like to do more comedies or dramas do you like better? You have ventured into both now.

Jesse: I honestly do not distinguish them from others because it is the same job for me. You’re doing a scene and trying to deal with realism on the basis of the parameters that the character lives in. And that’s all the same. In this film, one could argue that it is a drama of my character because it is against these very tragic circumstances. It is unrealistic to try them.

Cyrus: And the romantic side of your character as well. That is love.

Jesse: Yeah, yeah. That is love. That’s dramatic. When you’re young. (Laughter) So do not distinguish the two. The fact is that the product ends up looking different. So if you’re in a comedy that ends up looking different. And the music is different, so ask for a different answer. But for me, not really change much.

Cyrus: So the focus is more or less the same time.

Jesse: Yes, I would say yes.

Cyrus: Aziz, who was in what I believe, is one of the most underrated comedies ever. And that is to observe and communicate. I know it was a very important role, but I was dying laughing at his scenes.

Aziz: Oh, thanks man!

Cyrus: I think the film really never got the recognition it deserved.

Aziz: Oh, thank you!

Cyrus: That was the first of what is now two films he has worked with Danny McBride. I know that Observe and report that he had any scenes with him.

Aziz: Yeah, well, this is not really either because the characters of Danny and Nick (Swardson) ‘s are like the bad guys, and we’re the good guys. What kind of back and forth between the check-in on each other. We’re both big fans of each other, so we wanted to really make a movie together, where we’re actually in the same scene together. We have been developing this film for both of us called Olympic A ** hole.

Cyrus: Say again? What is it?

Aziz: The Olympic flame A ** hole.

Cyrus: I love it.

Aziz: (Laughs) That’s all I know! (Laughs harder)

Cyrus: That’s really all you need, right?

Aziz: (Laughs) But we’ll be in this together, it’ll be fun.

Cyrus: Danny is probably a year or two ahead of you in terms of the blast. Is it as fun off camera as it is in the camera?

Aziz: very funny guy, yeah.

Cyrus: Jesse, my favorite movie of yours is probably Adventureland. I did an incredible job in that movie. It was actually the first time I really have to see on the screen. I know that was not his first film. I’ve told you the two movies I’ve seen so far that you’ve both been in that are my favorites. Aziz, who were also amazing in Funny People. What are your favorite movies you’ve been?

Aziz: I like all the movies I’ve done for different reasons.

Cyrus: Now, it’s a cop-out answer.

Aziz: No, but it is a real answer. This would probably be my favorite because it is the first in which I have been in the movie all the time. The others are smaller parts. This is like the first big part I’ve had, so that’s a very different experience. So I would say 30 minutes or so for that reason.

Cyrus: How about Jesse?

Jesse: I do not like seeing things that I can play because I find it a distraction for me to see. I was in a movie that I have great affection for very few people saw life called The Wake.

(Looking Aziz) Do you really like, you ever heard of him? Mike O’Connell did that. (Aziz shakes his head)

It’s really wonderful, very few people saw it, and I have great affection for him. It is a struggle for me to see things I’ve been in because I’m distracted and self-criticism. Like other things.

Cyrus: How do you get where you are now? I do not like what I know simply base outside of Wikipedia, because I know that many of the things is false. Aziz, I read that you were a business student at first, and Jesse, who started acting at an early age. How did you, in your own words, to get where you are today?

Jesse: I did children’s theater when I was younger, and then when I was about 14 I started doing theater in New York. I really wanted out of school. I felt uncomfortable at school. Therefore, it was kind of a way I can have an outlet to do something. And I like acting, and I like writing stories. I felt he found a comfortable place.

Cyrus: You are the first Academy Award nominated person I interviewed (I had completely forgotten that a year before I interviewed the Oscar-nominated actor Edward Norton). Congratulations on your nomination.

Jesse: Thank you.

Aziz: Whoa. It’s a great honor to be the first! (Laughs)

Cyrus is a great honor for me.

Aziz: for him too!

Jesse: Yeah, yeah.

Cyrus: How do you feel when you’re up there, and the camera is right in his face, and is about to announce the winner of the Oscar? Do you get anxious? Do you have expectations? How do you feel when you’re in that situation?

Jesse: I was not nervous, as one of the awards before, but then the same player kept winning. (Aziz laughs hysterically) So at some point you realize you will be able to just sit and relax and applaud him. Not as nervous.

Cyrus: Aziz, who were in business school before becoming a comedian? I got this right?

Aziz: I started doing standup in New York. I went to school at NYU, but I started doing stand. Over time I have acted in some short films, and then I did a comedy show on MTV for a while. That led to film and TV roles.

Cyrus: You’re flying friend. Both are. Last question, do you guys surf, snowboard or skateboard? Do you ride a board of any kind?

Aziz: You really need to do? You know you do not do anything like that.

Cyrus: I have to ask! Are you kidding?

Aziz: Look at us! We’re not going to climb after this! (Laughs)

Cyrus: Have you ever seen what looks like a skater? You will blend right in.

Aziz: That’s true. I see what you mean. You’re right. I guess you’re right. But you are saying things like, extreme. No skateboarding. The way they talked about it, I imagined a half-pipe or something.

Cyrus: I’m just talking about cruising. Thank you very much to you.

Aziz: Thanks for talking to us man!

Cyrus: The pleasure is all mine. 30 minutes or less funny. Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari, thank you.

Aziz: Thanks man, be careful.

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