Sometimes the best way for an actor to act surprised is to legitimately not know what's coming.
There are tons of simple tasks that absolutely no one in Hollywood is doing right now. If Hollywood needs help and the American worker needs a paycheck, let's hook those two up and make a success baby.
Comic-Con has afforded me some of my fondest memories of my person-who-writes-swear-words-on-the-Internet career. But jumping Jehoshaphat, am I glad to stay home this year.
Every respectable superhero must have a secret identity, because there's nothing more heroic than lying to everyone you know.
While I have no idea if Hollywood is accurate in its portrayal of doctors or lawyers or functioning human beings, I can say with total certainty that, when it comes to writing about awkward people, Hollywood is absolutely dogshit.
Let's take a moment to sympathize with the cult followings of these shows who will never know how their stories turned out.
While a studio like Pixar can consistently put out movies that entertain kids and adults alike, a lot of misguided attempts to make films for the younger crowd currently pollute Netflix and video stores.
You might think that 'a movie about dirt bike jousting directed by George Romero' would pretty much cover all the bizarre stuff going on in this movie, but trust me on this: It is only the beginning.
So here's the deal. I compiled a list of the most insane things I do and then looked them up online to make my diagnosis.