Comedy is second nature for me.
Romeo Must Die was the first film that I did where I was able to just be free as an actor.
There isn’t a switch that I turn on. I’m an actor. This is what I do.
They gave us the freedom just to play and have fun.
You take the quote from Sam Jackson about how he’ll never work with a rapper, and I can understand where he’s coming from because he says rappers can’t act.
Some of these guys… I’ve worked with Ice Cube, I think he’s an immensely talented rapper and actor.
If they respect the craft and what we’re doing and they bring something to the table and they work hard, I don’t care what you do as your side job or as your day job.
It’s a remake of a film called Inferno Affairs. It’s a Hong Kong film, and if we come anywhere close to what they did in the original, we’re going to have a hot property on our hands, because Inferno Affairs is a great piece.
Tom Arnold and I, we have a huge firefight scene on top of a German tank. I get to shoot 50 caliber rounds. We shoot a helicopter out of the sky. That’s the only fight I’m in.
Set your heights more than what you see around you, see beyond.
I provide a little comic relief.
I realized my family was funny, because nobody ever wanted to leave our house.
I went to the High School for Performing Arts, and to Howard University on a talent scholarship.
It’s sort of an action flick. You can’t be that funny trying to steal diamonds.
I’ve worked with some actors who can’t act.