Opening this weekend is the sex addict comedy/drama Thanks for Sharing, which marks the directorial debut of The Kids Are All Right scribe Stuart Blumberg. The film tells the story of three sex addicts struggling to function in normal society. The central focus is on Mark Ruffalo, who plays an addict who’s trying to strike up a relationship with a woman who has sworn off dating other addicts (Gwyneth Paltrow). The other main addicts include Book of Mormon star Josh Gad, Alecia Moore (aka Pink), Tim Robbins, Joely Richardson and Patrick Fugit. For more on the film, watch the trailer.
The other day I got to speak with Alecia Moore & Josh Gad. They talked about working together, what kind of research they did for their roles, the types of roles they’d like to play, what they collect, and more. Hit the jump to watch.
If you missed our video interviews with Gwyneth Paltrow or Tim Robbins click the links.
Alecia Moore & Josh Gad:
- What was it like working together and was there a lot of laughter?
- What kind of research did they do for the role?
- Would they rather play a character that is completely different than who they are or someone that has some similarities?
- What do they collect?
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