“By the time you finish writing an episode you know so thoroughly what you’re going for that you don’t have to do as much work as an actor” – Charlie Day
“As an actor, I got so many things like, ‘He’s not cute enough.’ ‘He’s not tall enough, he’s not this enough. He’s great, we just went another way.’” – Director Richie Keen
‘The Hollars’ is quirky and cheery, full of wonderful actors and a lead character that has lost his way in life and has a story that turns dramatic in the final act.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B45XU3v9sPw Horrible Bosses 2: Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale…
Interview: Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney on ‘It’s Always Sunny’, If They Share Traits of Their Characters and Having Real Life ‘Sunny’ Moments (video)
Charlie: “I think people will be surprised to see how much of the show is actually scripted”
Charlie Day on ‘Pacific Rim’ and Working with Guillermo del Toro: “It’s what I would imagine it was like to work with an Orson Welles or a Hitchcock”
Though Charlie Day is best known for his comedic role on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, he takes a heroic turn as an eccentric scientist in his big-budget summer blockbuster, Pacific Rim.
Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney talk about coming up with plot ideas, if it’s easier for them to act in something they’ve written and more!
Charlie Day on being known as a comedic actor: “It was definitely actor first and foremost. I saw myself as a guy who can act funny”
Charlie Day opens up about the parallels between himself and his character and the transition to the big screen.