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CS Video: The Cast of 21 and Over

Source:   Silas Lesnick
February 28, 2013


Hitting theaters this Friday, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's 21 and Over stars Miles Teller, Justin Chon, Skylar Astin and Sarah Wright in a R-rated escapade that examines the party side of the college experience.

Teller plays Miller, an early 20-something, who visits the campus of friends, Casey (Astin) and Jeff Chang (Chon) on the eve of Chang's 21st birthday. Although Chang has to be up first thing in the morning for an important medical school interview, Casey and Miller convince him to celebrate the occasion at a local bar. It's not long before the trio realizes that they've overindulged and and a madcap adventure begins to find a way to get Chang home before morning.

ComingSoon.net sat down with the cast to discuss the ins and outs of chemistry reads, on-set improvisation and, in the case of Chon, how to accurately capture slow-motion vomit for the big screen.

Check out the interviews in the player below and catch 21 and Over in theaters March 1. Also, if you missed it earlier this week, be sure to check out our visit to the Seattle set by clicking here.


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