Amy, I see you got a couple of stars. I told the girls I would say, Dane, they want to say hello. Ah, yes. Let me introduce. Dane and Aubrey, they both star in the new film "Life after Beth" about a... See More
Amy, I see you got a couple of stars. I told the girls I would say, Dane, they want to say hello. Ah, yes. Let me introduce. Dane and Aubrey, they both star in the new film "Life after Beth" about a young couple who finds out just how complicated love can be when one of them comes back from the dead as a zombie. But doesn't necessarily realize it. Take a look. Okay, okay. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. Look who I found. It's Beth. All right. Calm down, Zach. What are you doing? Hey, I have that scarf. He ran around me. He made a joke and ran around me. What is going on here? You're acting like a spaz. It's a little hard to explain. How could you do this to me, Beth. Hey, hey, she didn't do anything. Everything is Normal. This just happened. It is such a pleasure to have Dane and Aubrey here with us. I are to tell you, I am a huge zombie fan. I might be binge watching "Walking dead" right now but this is a new twist. A zom-com. Dane, did you ever hear of the term before. It's actually a zom-com-dram. Is that the way they sold it to you. Yeah, dream come true. Dream come -- What an all-star cast. You get to work with comedic greats. Tell me what it was like -- I mean, you weren't supposed to crack up, right? You were supposed to do it dpedpan and seriously but it was actually really funny. It was hard to keep a straight face especially when I was a zombie. Dying slowly. Trying to eat their brains. But, you know, everyone was really professional. John and Molly are such good actors, so we all kept it together. Dane, this is definitely a twist for you. How did it feel to do this rom-dram-com-zom. It's different and that's why I wanted to do it. First comedy and got to work with some of the great comedic actors of our time and, yeah, when you're doing a dramatic post-a lot of types if you like feel like laughing, you just laugh, you know, but in this I felt like laughing the whole time but I wasn't allowed. And Aubrey, I mean, what is it like to play someone who's been resurrected from the dead yet is decaying and loves human flesh? It's amazing. I had a great time and it was really therapeutic for me because I got to kind of drum up all of my childhood trauma and physicalize it for strangers. And really this is a do-over for you. Your characters get to try dating again after you thought she was dead. How did that work out for you? Well, you know, it has its ups and its downs. I think, yeah, the movie is kind of like a metaphor for a breakup. You know, like the most -- Dramatic of ways. Extreme hilarious sense that could be and we go through a lot of stuff that I think people can relate to. This is just -- It's like when you try to get back together with someone and you only remember the good stuff and then when you're with them, it's a nightmare. You forget they're actual will a zombie. And then they try to eat you. Ha is the way to central a movie. Dane and Aubrey, thank you both for coming in. We appreciate it.
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