lol at Jemaine's "conservative estimate" too
Nicole is gonna kick his ass. "Nicole's a very experienced performer."
Yes. I'll bet.
I forgot that he had met her before the MIB kissing gig...remember this pic?
My, my...doesn't Jemaine looks lovely with a blonde?
Had the Conchords just taken in a Pussycat Dolls performance? A quick site search and I have my answer
. If you have a minute...read that. Very funny. Note the last line where Bret says, "I can't imagine people whose tours last longer than three days."
The first screen kiss I had was for a TV commercial in New Zealand and I was really nervous.
Have we seen this commercial?
I've done about four minutes [of animation] so I think I'll have to pad it out a bit more. I've got a few short films which are also too embarrassing to show, and I'm also working on a vampire comedy with Taika Waititi
Short films? He seems to be talking about stuff he is currently working on, so he's probably not referring to Fizz and What We Do in the Shadows. How interesting.
I just did an audition for a role as a nerd the other day so I guess I haven't really moved on from that.
I hope we hear of his next screen role soon.
I really love it when he talks about how much he enjoys touring...most of all when he talks of touring America with new songs! I can't wait!
Jemaine delivers a totally villainous performance. If there's any comedy at all, it's just through frustration. [Laughs] The great thing about Earth is that it can be a frustrating place for aliens. We don't think clearly, we're not logical all the time. But Jemaine is not on board this movie for comic relief. His performance is really strong and really villainous. Think about it: If you had not seen the first "Men in Black," and people had told you that Tommy lee Jones was funny, you wouldn't have believed it. This is the same thing — no one is trying to be funny. I want my actors to be real. If it's a funny situation, I want it to be funny. But I don't want anyone to play to the comedy. Let the audience find the comedy; I don't want to tell any [of the cast or crew] where it is. So, Jemaine does not deliver a comedic performance. While there are moments of humor that the audience will find funny, Jemaine himself is not being funny, if you get that.
Oh boy. Is Sonnenfeld really asserting that the humor was subtle and organic in the previous MIB films?
I have no doubt that Jemaine will deliver a comedic performance (I'm banking on it) and that he'll look damn sexy doing it (in spite of all attempts to conceal his hotness).