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Before Jay Baruchel turned 20, he was the star of Judd Apatow’s short-lived college comedy show “Undeclared” and now, seven years later, he’s finally achieving another even bigger breakout helped greatly by Ben Stiller’s Tropic Thunder, in which the lesser-known comic held his own against Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr.
In a few weeks, he voices the main role in Dream Works Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon and over the summer he co-stars with Nicolas Cage in Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer’s action-fantasy The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. A couple of years ago you’d probably have been one of the funny friends in the movie, so how surreal is it to be moving into that domain where you’re the romantic lead? I know the guys who wrote this also wrote “Sex Drive” which is a really funny movie.
Coming got on the phone with the Montreal native a couple weeks back to talk about what could be his breakout role… Coming Soon.net: I was looking forward to talking to you because I’m a fan of some of your previous movies, but after watching you make out with Alice Eve, I’m kind of jealous and I don’t think I like you anymore. I was knee-deep in mud in “Tropic Thunder” when Dream Works said, “We have this script that you might be right for and something you might be interested in.” I read it and I dug it ’cause I saw the potential of leaving behind a pretty cool comedy.
Kirk takes the blame for the incident to protect Katie, after which a grateful Molly offers Kirk tickets to a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey game at the Mellon Arena.
When Kirk and Stainer meet Molly and her best friend Patty (Krysten Ritter), who develops an immediate mutual loathing with Stainer (he subsequently refers to her as "The Hamburglar"), at the game, Kirk, still convinced Molly is not interested in him, assumes Molly meant to set him up with Patty, until Patty explicitly tells him of Molly's interest.
She’s wearing a felt fedora and a beige trench coat which, were it not for vertiginous heels, would make her look a bit like a private eye in a 1950s film noir.
But if her look is designed to avoid attention, it does the opposite.
When she calls up her phone, Kirk answers and arranges a time to meet the following evening so that Kirk can return it.