Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse, best known as McLovin’ in the hit comedy “Superbad,” talked with ExtraTV.com’s Kit Bowen about his new stop-motion animated flick “ParaNorman” -- and how amazing it was to watch them assemble the film.
Mintz-Plasse voices the character of Alvin, a middle-school bully who inadvertently helps a kid he pushes around take on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save their town from a centuries-old curse.
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Bowen also asked Christopher if there would ever be a chance of a “Superbad 2,” and how that would go.
Chris joked, “They would be, like, 45, and have kids but they miss each other. They’d take a vacation together, drop acid in the woods, and remember the old days.”
“ParaNorman” rises from the dead this Friday!
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