Video:The Hangover - Ed Helms Interviewwith Rebecca Murray
In 'The Hangover,' Ed Helms plays a guy who wakes up after a wild night in Vegas with his buddies in a hotel suite missing a tooth, next to a chicken, and with a tiger in their bathroom and a baby in the closet.See Transcript
Transcript:The Hangover - Ed Helms InterviewRebecca Murray from About.com Hollywood Movies at the LA Premiere of The Hangover.
Ed Helms - 'Stu' in The HangoverSo, the movie's almost here. What can people expect from this movie?
Ed Helms: "Oh boy. Lots of laughs, lots of heartbreak. It's the feel bad movie of the year because it's about a hangover. What can I say? Lots of hijinks. The whole movie is basically one giant hijink, if you will. Tigers, car chases, car crashes, Mike Tyson, and I sing a beautiful song."
And a chicken.
Ed Helms: "You're obsessed with the chicken."
I am obsessed with the chicken.
Ed Helms: "You will not stop asking about this chicken."
I love that chicken.
Ed Helms: "We have spoken numerous times and it's always about the chicken."
Are you swearing to me that your next movie will have chickens? The Civil War movie will have chickens?
Ed Helms: "I have committed to the chicken lobby I will put chickens in all of my movies."
Ed Helms: "That is not true by the way."
Cure for a hangover - do you have one?
Ed Helms: "Yes. Six pounds of molten feta cheese. You chug it. Just chug it and you'll feel like tip-top."
Oscar Nunez - The Proposal and The OfficeI just heard that in The Proposal you have a very interesting stripping scene.
Oscar Nunez: "I don't know if it's interesting, but I do have something like that. Yesterday there was the premiere for The Proposal right across the street at El Capitan and today's Ed's movie here. That's pretty cool. Good times - I'm very happy."
But tell me about The Proposal, you strip in front of Sandra Bullock and Betty White?
Oscar Nunez: "And Mary Steenburgen, yes. It's just a part of the movie. It's great. It's a great movie. Betty White's in it. It's like a bachelorette kind of party."
Did it take a lot of courage to do this scene?
Oscar Nunez: "No. Just the check cleared and I said, 'Okay, I'll do it.' That was basically it."
You guys haven't started working on the new season of The Office yet, right?
Oscar Nunez: "July 21st I think."
Have they told you anything that's going on yet?
Oscar Nunez: "They're writing it as we speak."
Do you guys get to contribute to what they're doing? Do you get to say, "Hey, I really wish Oscar this season would do...?"
Oscar Nunez: "If you want to, I don't think anyone... I certainly don't bother the writers. They're fine. It's all good. They're very funny."