Picks and Pans Review: Sounds Off
updated 10/06/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/06/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Jason Biggs, 25, plays a neurotic Jewish writer who falls for a difficult woman in Woody Allen's latest comedy, Anything Else.
ON WORKING WITH ALLEN "Woody can be very honest in his criticisms. I did a take, and he said, 'We could stop right now. But then I'm really afraid your parents are going to fall asleep at the premiere watching it.' It was a matter of being prepared for his sarcasm. But I definitely feel that it's the best work I've done."
ON COSTAR CHRISTINA RICCI "I worked with her before, on Prozac Nation. We're like the new Hepburn and Tracy. Move over, Ben and Jen, Hollywood's new power couple has arrived! We were both nervous around Woody, but we knew that we had each other."
ON DATING HIGH-MAINTENANCE WOMEN "I would like to think I'd put on the brakes before I fell for that [kind of] person. I just got out of a long relationship, so I'm readjusting to single life and having some fun."