Harry Potter 8
This is the best, because it’s the finale. We’ve put our heart and soul, blood and guts—and tears!—into it.
The special effects are mind-blowing. I don’t know what happened: are we using a different team, or do we have more money?
You see a different side of Hermione. She’s more like Lara Croft.
The pace is absolutely relentless. It’s like a two-hour roller-coaster ride.
We have a dragon.
Pirates of the Caribbean 4
The top of the list? I can say it in one word: mermaids.
We have the first female pirate who is capable of going mano a mano with Jack Sparrow in the shape of Penélope Cruz.
Between Pirates 3 and 4 my character loses a limb. But I have a crutch, and it becomes a potent weapon.
Jerry Bruckheimer is so confident from the early reactions. There’s definitely a Pirates 5 in development.
Spy Kids 4
My uniform is spandex and leather. The key is, you have to do the fighting without ripping your outfit.
There’s a special surprise with the 3-D.
It’s not scary at all, so kids can watch it and you’ll never have to hear them screaming in the middle of the night. It’s something I think of because my daughter is 2.
Kung Fu Panda 2
The kung fu is better, because Po has had time to mature, and his moves are super-bad-ass.
We have Angelina Jolie and Seth Rogen from the first one. But add to the mix Gary Oldman. I’ve always been obsessed with Oldman, be-cause he seems a little insane.
It’s the best action I’ve ever shot.
3-D f--king robots.
No twins saying dorky jokes.
And it’s the most epic movie of the summer.
X-men: First class
It’s set in the ’60s: X-Men meets the Cuban missile crisis meets James Bond.
It’s at the very beginning of the X-Men story, so you get to see why and where it all started.
Larry the Cable Guy
This one is an action-packed spy thriller. I’m ashamed I was in the first one, because this one is so good. And I loved the first one.
I’m a very good actor. I’m the only guy who puts on weight for voice-overs.