HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 22: Actor Rob Corddry attends the premiere of Paramount Pictures' 'Pain & Gain' at the TCL Chinese Theatre on April 22, 2013 in Hollywood, California.
The only time I spent time with them was on the red carpet at the premiere, so it was really nice to see them. If I didn't know them personally, there were a couple degrees of separation between us. I know Craig, I know George Lopez, I know Rob Corddry and so it was really nice to see Jessica Alba and all those people I've met before.More quotes »
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