Colin Hanks and Emily Blunt spoke with Cinematical at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival about working opposite Malkovich, the wonder and terror of show business, and the gap between their on-screen romantic scenes and the off-screen preparation for them. As Hanks explains, “At one point (The Great Buck Howard’s writer-director Sean McGinley) had us rehearse (romantic scenes) on a dirty floor in an abandoned office, and I remember thinking ‘Yeah, I don’t know if this is going to do anything … I don’t know if this is going to help us.'”
This interview is available as podcast, but you can listen to it directly at the Cinematical website, too.
Please follow this link to listen to the interview: Sundance Interview: Colin Hanks and Emily Blunt, Stars of ‘The Great Buck Howard’