It's the Shakespeare classic by way of Downton Abbey.
He can't help but curse in front of the kids from Wes Anderson's latest movie.
"I was planning on taking a week in Hawaii at some point. It's gone."
It's called "You have a good point," and it's far simpler than True American.
"I thought it was rude. As an older person in the industry I just wanted to point it out."
"She followed us home from the train."
"I smack around Skaarsgard and Moyer."
We caught up with him, and, well: "I've been too funny in my life to have to play a character who's ... moderately funny."
And she will still be fat.
"It is what it is."
"He should kick my ass."
But what does he think about a potential Gossip Girl–Girls crossover?
"One of the first days of filming, [Matthew McConaughey] was wearing a yellow Speedo with a halter top."
"I don’t know what it is!”
He also describes his Magic Mike character.
"That was a joke!"
"For one of the high school scenes."
"If anything, it's going to make people go deeper."
If James Van Der Beek asks, at least.
Evil robots make everything funnier.
"Could Lady Gaga do 'Viva Las Vegas' with Elvis?"
"Like, damn. No wonder Leo had a hard time drawing."
"It's not Goodfellas, it's not The Godfather, it's not set in the usual place, and they're not ethnically based."
"It's a little bizarre to have people commenting on things you're doing as you're doing them."