Yeah, I love doing ensemble pieces. You get to meet so many new people and make new friends.
Final Destination was the closest thing I've done to a teen movie but it certainly had an edge to it.
I started off in a small theatre performance company and worked my way into commercials.
I was a hyper kid in school and the teacher suggested to my mom she needed to do something with me.
For every 10 good things, there's always some jerk that wants to say something bad.
I want do some kind of action movie, car chases and explosions.
I would like to do something a little bit more edgy.
For instance, when I go to the premiere on Tuesday I probably won't watch the film at all - I'll be watching the audience just to see their reaction to different moments, what I'm doing right and what I'm doing wrong, stuff like that.
I spent most of my high school years on movie sets and I'd have like one teacher, which was really bad.
I guess I'm growing up in the film world.
I took six months off, finished high school, and hung out with friends.
I can't do talk shows, I don't do them, just because I get really nervous and fidgeting and shaky.
I wouldn't want to direct. I see how much work it is.
When the movie's on, I usually watch more of the audience.
I'm trying to go through the whole process of high school to college to work.
I'm living with two guys. I'm living with a slob and a guy who sleeps all day.
I would definitely stay in the business, be behind the camera maybe.
I've never liked the press part of it (no offense), but it comes with the job.
The next movie I do is not going to be in school.
You know, I've never shot a gun in a movie.
I look for things that are going to challenge me as an actor.
I don't think I want to play a teenager anymore.
Id like to do an action film or a dark sort of independent piece.
One casting director told me, 'You're the next Leonardo DiCaprio,' and when I heard that, I said, 'Let's talk about how I don't want anything to do with being like Leo.' He's an amazing actor, but the films we're pushing to do are different. I'm going my own way--in a big way.