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My least favorite food is probably a Twinkie. Who is your celebrity crush? I don't really have one. Growing up it was Paul Walker, I think just because you saw his bum in "Joyride.
He started out as a musician and artist and he made his way into the acting world, and now he's one of the greatest of his time. And he's such a character. What's your idea of a dream date?
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My dream date would be something where we could do something outside. I like to be active. I love for a date to be with someone I can have a deep conversation with but also laugh a lot.
So maybe drive up the coast somewhere, and go to the beach and just run around all day long, and then maybe have a dinner after that, and just have good conversation. View photos What's one thing on your bucket list that you haven't done yet?
That you have done? One thing I wanted to do when I was younger was fight in an octagon, and I accomplished that.
I won my very first fight. Which member of "The Breakfast Club" were you most like in high school? I can't even remember their names! I haven't seen that movie in forever.
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I was more the shy, quiet guy, but at the same time, the girls took a liking to me. Speaking of high school, did you go to your prom? I ended up going to three or four proms, because when I was a freshman or sophomore I got asked to go by a couple of girls.
What are your three favorite songs on your iPod right now? Chris Brown "She Ain't You" always brings back memories. What's your horoscope sign?
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Do you think your sign describes you? I'm the last day of Virgo [almost Taurus].
I'm very passionate, but I'm not too open until I trust somebody, so it's accurate to a degree. We had a couple people that helped us with that. Learning how to overcome the nerves of not having done it before — and being put on the spot — was intimidating. But I just had to remember to be authentic in whatever I was doing. There was a scene where he noticed I was playing with my bracelet during some dialogue.
He told me to count the beads on the bracelet the next time I said my lines. He told me to make that the greater task. It took my mind off of everything else and got me more involved in the scene. The use of flash mobs is more political to a degree in this film, more than the flash mob for fun mentality.
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What do you think this use of dance as political activism parallels movements currently in this country like the Occupy groups, for example? I think a ton of voices saying the same thing will get heads to turn, rather than a single voice.
In that show, it felt like I was running a race and was always trying to keep up.
The turning point was just rehearsal. I went over everything to be as good as I possibly could. And then there was a point where I became more confident and had to show a different part of my personality.
I grew so much, and understood myself as a person more. What show business goals do you have regarding those kinds of paths, what type of film or TV series would you hope to do going forward? I want to focus on film, preferably more action drama than romantic comedy like Channing. The film does touch upon some socio-economic class issues in a Romeo-is-poor-and-Juliet-is-rich kind of way.
The opportunity is more narrow, but like my family there is an opportunity to make it. My father was an immigrant from Mexico, so he knew poverty.
He lived in one bedroom for eight brothers and sisters, and 12 cousins. So yeah, I think anything is possible. There is a hunger to want to do it even more. Those who achieve get more out of life, that those who just receive. Kathryn, in your bio, it states that you work with church organizations as a motivational speaker for teen groups.
What do you think the role of religion in our national discourse and society, and how does faith inform your own life? Patrick McDonald for HollywoodChicago. And people who do believe, should be proud of it. Ryan, you were a pro prospect as a baseball pitcher, but was injured.
There is a new wave of pitcher biomechanics, that is confounding the purists of the game. From what you know about it, could that have helped your pitching technique, and perhaps avoided injury? I think anybody with good mechanics can go far.