Amy Smart has been winning the hearts of moviegoers ever since playing a young Texas football sweetheart in Varsity Blues, although many will recall her smaller turn as Denise Richards' cadet buddy in the cult sci-fi flick Starship Troopers before that.
So do you have any tips for having such a work binge, for being able to stay up?
Amy Smart: I think you have to have fun, or it's just a drag for so long.
He was so so happy to be back at work after so long, so grateful and happy. He lost all that weight so he's very much back to a normal body type.
He has really good comedic timing and he plays my pimp/boyfriend in the film.
Amy Smart: Jason was very protective, almost like an older brother, because he wanted to make sure I felt comfortable and I felt safe.
They made sure, with the stunt coordinators, that I really got down all the moves that I needed to make in order to be safe about it.
She kind of tags along with Jason towards the beginning of the movie and my character is stripping and has a new boyfriend, played by Corey Haim. Are you excited and willing to do it or do you have to work yourself up to it?
My character thinks he's dead, and he just shows up, so there's a little competition now between the girl that's been tagging along with him. Amy Smart: Initially, I'm really excited to do it, because it's just so outrageous and I really enjoyed doing the first one, personally. It's just another way to live out a fantasy, because it's not in real life and you probably wouldn't do this in real life.
Because it's completely over-the-top and funny at the same time, it doesn't take itself seriously. Did you choreograph it or did you both just go for it?