If you think press junkets look like the most boring thing ever, then you're right. I've been to them and all it is is listening to a group of tired celebrities who would rather be off blowing rails or committing hit and runs sitting still for hours answering the exact same questions. (Not that they should complain — it's nice work if you can get it.) "What was it like working with your costar?" "Was it difficult for you to play such a violent/fun/sad/animated character?" "Tell me about the onset pranks!" Really, that's it. Those three questions over and over again. In the end, it's refreshing to all of us — audience and famous folk alike — when an interviewer can shake things up and make things fun and interesting.

Bonus points if "fun and interesting" means Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell and Colin Farrell reciting a scene from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo word for word.

[Vulture]