Picks and Pans Review: Sounds Off
Vancouver, B.C.-born Hayden Christensen, 22, shifts from Star Wars to newsroom battles as a fraudulent journalist in Shattered Glass, which he produced with brother Tove, 30.
ON PLAYING A LIAR "Playing a con is an actor's dream, because a small part of us always feels like we're getting away with something. But it's tough to lie through your teeth with a strong sense of confidence."
ON BONDING WITH COSTAR PETER SARSGAARD "We played a lot of Ping-Pong. It sounds silly, but in theater classes you play games like tossing an imaginary ball back and forth. I beat Peter at Ping-Pong; he beat me at chess."
ON STAR WARS "I wasn't really a fan as a kid. I wasn't even born when the first one came out. [In the next film] there's a spectacular light-saber fight at the end, which will put all other swordfights to shame."
ON (NOT) BEING PUNK'D "I met Ashton Kutcher, and we were like, 'Yeah, let's hang out.' The next night I saw his show and got really paranoid. I totally blew him off."