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  • Interviewer: You've been in a lot of films lately, but this one; when

  • you hear that you're going to be in a cast with Michael Caine,

  • Morgan Freeman, Woody Harrelson, and Mark Ruffalo, were you

  • like, "Sign me up. I'm ready to go"?

  • Dave: I told my friends that I grew up with, who was in the film, and they

  • were like, "How the hell did you sneak into that?" I'm like,

  • "Dude, I don't know. I'm keeping my mouth shut, doing the job.

  • Hopefully, they don't fire me before this is over." It was

  • incredible, man. It's literally every single person involved is

  • someone that I really do respect and I go out to see all of

  • their movies. Even if one of these people was attached, I

  • probably would have been excited to do it. You've got 40 of

  • them; there's a million people in this movie.

  • Just to be around these guys, and to see their process, to pick

  • their brain, ask them questions about their career, and how they

  • got to where they are, it was invaluable.

  • Interviewer: It seemed like you had a great chemistry. There's the 4

  • Horseman; you, Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, and then Woody. It

  • seemed like there was a great dynamic between the 4 of you, that

  • bled through to the characters.

  • Dave: It's one of these things where during this junkets, people will

  • always say, "We got along so well," but we really did. Even last

  • night, we're here at the junket, we haven't seen each other in

  • months. We went to Woody's place and we played a little

  • foosball, played a little catch phrase, had a lot to drink. By

  • the end of the night, we're all saying, "I love you. I hope

  • there's a sequel." It is one of those casts; we did really bond.

  • Interviewer: What kind of research, or did you talk to real magicians

  • and study magic, and be able to do the sleight of hand that . .

  • .

  • Dave: We had a magic consultant on set, David [inaudible: 01:31] who . . .

  • we didn't have a lot of time to rehearse, so he basically during

  • the week of rehearsal, he taught us the basis. For me, sleight

  • of hand stuff, making cards appear, throwing playing cards. It's

  • one of these things where he gave us the basics, said, "I hope

  • you guys practice, but I can't force you to." I take moviemaking

  • as an opportunity to be a nerd, and really dive into this world

  • that I otherwise probably wouldn't. I was at home, watching TV

  • and practicing my tricks for hours on end.

  • Interviewer: You get that opportunity to really learn something new

  • with every move you do.

  • Dave: It's part of your job.

  • Interviewer: It's fantastic.

  • Dave: Exactly. Otherwise, you don't have the time to sit there and learn

  • sleight of hand magic tricks. You got a real job, right?

  • Interviewer: Yeah. I don't know if you're an X Men fan, but you made me

  • think of Gambit when you threw the cards.

  • Dave: Sure.

  • Interviewer: You know what I'm talking about?

  • Dave: I know who you're talking about.

  • Interviewer: Do you get that reference?

  • Dave: Oh, yeah.

  • Interviewer: Right on.

  • Dave: I'll show you some Gambit stuff right now.

  • Interviewer: What do you got?

  • Dave: I got you. All right. Look at the poster.

  • Interviewer: Okay.

  • Dave: I'm going to try to hit myself. Ooh. Right over my head.

  • Interviewer: Ooh. Close. Only missed it by a little bit.

  • Dave: I'm disappointed in myself.

  • Interviewer: No, you were good.

  • Dave: I feel embarrassed.

  • Interviewer: Let me ask you about another great scene; there's a magic

  • fight scene you have with Mark Ruffalo. Tell me about the

  • choreography for that.

  • Dave: It was great, man. Again, we spent a lot of time rehearsing that

  • scene, pretty much from day-1. Every free moment we had, we were

  • going to stunt training. I loved it, though, man. I want to do a

  • full-on action movie, where we're doing action from the

  • beginning to the end, not just one little sequence. I don't

  • know. I hope the scene feels unique when it comes to fight

  • scenes. Obviously, there's been a million fight scenes

  • throughout movie history, but this one incorporates magic. We've

  • never seen that before.

  • Interviewer: No. It's totally different.

  • Dave: Yeah. I hope people walk away, and they're like, "That was a really

  • cool, unique fight scene."

  • Interviewer: Last thing; let me ask you about working with the

  • director, Louis Leterrier.

  • Dave: He has a different style than I've ever worked with before, in the

  • sense that everything feels grander. He has multiple cameras

  • swinging in and out of the scenes. It's one of those things like

  • there's so much going on during filming, that you have no idea

  • how this is going to culminate into a film. Then you see the

  • final product, and he had a vision all the time. The camera

  • literally never stops moving, and it really helps with the pace

  • and the energy for a movie like this.

Interviewer: You've been in a lot of films lately, but this one; when

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