My Fun One-on-One Interviews with "G-Force" Cast and Crew! Nicolas Cage, Jerry Bruckheimer, Steve Buscemi, Tracy Morgan Reveal Secrets of the 3-D Event 

Here you go! Peep into the "G-Force" fun! Take a look at my one-on-one interviews with the cast and crew. (for the "G-Force" movie review, click here)

This fun live-action/animated/3-D hybrid opens tomorrow, July 24th!


Nicolas Cage creates a weird but effective voice as Speckles, the mole.

We talked about the film, his involvement, and why he love Palm Springs, my hometown :)


Blaster, voiced by 30 Rock's Tracy Morgan, steals the show. He's a guinea pig who's a member of the G-Force team. He's a weapons expert! I wonder if he wears Vibram FiveFingers shoes :happy


"G-Force" is the first live-action, animated, 3-D film that uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer has worked on.

We talked about his involvement with the project, why he chose to make 3-D after shooting the film in 2-D, and what does he want kids to get from the movie.


The great Bill Nighy stars as the G-Force's nemesis, Leonard Saber. Yes, he's the super-rich villain in the movie! I wonder what advice Sallie Krawcheck is going to give him :happy

We talked about Nighy's involvement with the film, working with Jerry Bruckheimer, and his role as Leonard Saber.


STEVE BUSCEMI (voice of Bucky) has built a career out of portraying some of the most unique and unforgettable characters in recent cinema.
Buscemi won the Independent Spirit Award, the New York Film Critics Award and was nominated for a Golden Globe® for his role in MGMs Ghost World, directed by Terry Zwigoff and co-starring Thora Birch and Scarlett Johansson.

In this interview, we talked about his involvement with the film, why did he choose to work on "G-Force," and the moral of the story.


"30 Rock's" Tracy Morgan voices the character Blaster, the weapons expert. Kids will love his character!

We talked about his involvement with the film, why he chose the character, his chemistry with Penelope Cruz, working with Jerry Bruckheimer and Nicolas Cage, Michael Jackson, and the moral of the film. I wonder what Morgan thinks of Omer Bhatti, the supposed Jackson love child...


My fun interview with director Hoyt Yeatman. He explains the concept behind the film, the transition from 2-D to 3-D, working with Jerry Bruckheimer and Nicolas Cage, and the most important thing...why guinea pigs?

Also, Yeatman's son was the brain-child behind the film! And he was
only 5-years-old when he thought of the film :happy

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