Dating the enemy 1996 questions to ask a new person you are dating
As an actor you're often restrained and restricted..." The reality is that Guy Pearce is not driven by ambition, he is not about to reach for superstardom, he is not moving to Los Angeles.
"Look, I love to wake up in the morning and smell the fresh air, go and potter at the piano, and feel relaxed.
This was the crucial difference in Megan Simpson Huberman's script, after all: unlike most previous body switch love stories, this is a double switch.
And everyone was anxious to be fresher, truer and funnier.
Claudia says she played Brett "more blokey than Guy," and she praises Guy's work in Tash's character: "he wasn't a parody of a woman, he WAS a woman." They had to carefully co-ordinate the gestures of each, and Guy avoided camp gestures.
"At school I was always the sprinter, not the long distance runner.
I sort of go in, hit hard and get out of there." But for long term plans, Guy is singularly empty handed: "I always feel I should have a ready answer for that question...