On paper, your character in Life After Beth is pretty goofy - a gun nut running around the periphery of the main story, sniping at his brother and convinced that nothing that's happening can turn out well for anybody. My favourite actors have always been the character actors.
He's sort of a tool, but he's also the movie's voice of reason.
Is there a balancing act for you as an actor when you're playing this sort of role? There's always the fear when you are the loud colour of the film, you don't wanna be too loud, and at times I worried about him veering over into the ridiculous.
With all comedy, you try to ground it in credibility and reality. So I just went off of that and created a very serious character in a very bizarre world. It's sort of a sad film, but for him it's very happy. " And he's like, "There's dead people here, I have to kill them.
) were snapped last Thursday exiting Urth Cafe in Los Angeles together (pictures at Fashin).
That, coupled with the fact that they have been consistently Tweeting back and forth at each other since the end of July — including both talking about attending a mummy exhibit two days after they were photographed together — has caused speculation that they may be dating.
Then again, they are both repped by DNA models, so it could also just be purely platonic.
You probably know Matthew Gray Gubler as the super-serious Dr.
Spencer Reid on Criminal Minds - a role, the actor readily admits, that doesn't give him a lot of room to show his range.
So when Gubler gets the chance to do something different, he embraces it.