Picks and Pans Review: Sounds Off
Seth Green plays a computer hacker in The Italian Job. The 29-year-old actor is single and lives in L.A. and New York City.
ON HOW THE JOB CAST ENTERTAINED THEMSELVES: "Mark Wahlberg and Donald Sutherland were gassy—intentionally so. We shot a lot of scenes in a van, and the second the doors closed, Mark would fill the place with a horrible stench. Backgammon was the unofficial sport on-set. Charlize Theron was very good, although she was a sore loser. I beat her a couple of times and she yelled, 'You're rubbish!' I taught Edward Norton to play, and within seconds he was beating me. He has a very big brain."
ON THE FILM'S FLEET OF BMW MINI COOPERS: "I didn't drive on-camera, but went out on the track and did 360° and 180° spins. My friends and I used to mess around driving in New Jersey."
ON WHAT HE'D WANT TO STEAL: "I really find it hard to rationalize stealing anything. I never had a lot of nice stuff growing up, so I guess I have since realized I don't need it."
ON HIS CAREER GOALS "With directing, you need to find something that will maintain your interest. I haven't read anything that has struck me. I admire Danny DeVito. He's a producer and a fantastic actor." Alison Singh Gee