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Monday, August 24, 2009 - time TBA (arrivals are likely to start between 5 PM and 6:30 PM) at the Cinerama Dome 6360 Sunset Blvd., in Hollywood about the movie: Jason Bateman as Joel: the owner of an extract factory Ben Affleck as Dean: the best friend of Bateman`s character Kristen Wiig as Suzie: the wife of Bateman`s character Clifton Collins, Jr. as Step: a factory worker who loses a body part in a freak accident and is now due for a huge settlement Dustin Milligan as Brad: gigolo who Bateman`s character hires to find out if his wife is cheating on... Read More
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Was extremely proud of his grandfather, actor/comedian Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, who was, for the most part, a victim of Latino stereotypes in 50s and 60s John Wayne westerns and TV sitcoms. As a tribute, Clifton changed his professional name to Clifton Gonzalez-Gonzalez in 1990, claiming that he was tired of people not knowing his grandfather or appreciating the significance of his ordeal. He reverted back to the name of Collins in 2000 after his father passed away.
"I study like a madman." - On his preparation for auditions.
"I`m so busy trying to be other people. You start acting just as soon as you walk into the door of that casting office. You can`t just be yourself because they don`t want to hire you. I am not a killer. I don`t beat my mother. I don`t do these things, but you have to walk in there and be these things because they don`t want to hire somebody who `pretends to be gay` or `pretends to be a gang member.`" - On auditioning.
I`m a big fan of Gary Oldman - Sid and Nancy (1986), Dracula (1992), Immortal Beloved (1994) - I`ve watched every film he`s ever done. I`d also love to work with some of the old school greats like Mike Nichols and Steven Spielberg. And I think Gus Van Sant is totally cool.