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Accepted Fake Classes

Published August 18, 2006 in Movie Interviews
By Fred Topel | Image property of Universal Pictures.
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In Accepted a bunch of kids who invent their own college make of their own class schedule, including such gems as “The Rise and Fall of Chevy Chase” and “Walking Around Thinking About Stuff.” We asked the stars of Accepted what fake classes they’d like to take and here’s what they said:

Justin Long, Jonah Hill and Lewis Black on Fake Accepted Classes

Justin Long: “How to Answer Interview Questions You Aren’t Prepared For 101. Lately it would be, I’m in this great relationship now but I’m discovering all these relationship pitfalls like simple things I could have done to get myself out of an argument like How to Diffuse a Potentially Serious Argument With Your Girlfriend 101. Simple things, flowers, ‘I’m sorry’, very simple things but I didn’t know that and I’m discovering all that now and I wish I’d taken a class on that before I got into the relationship. I could have saved myself a lot of time and trouble.”

Jonah Hill: “I love music, so I would have like a really cool like history of rock n roll, probably. I think that would be an awesome class. I would go to the School of Rock. Like my friend in college, he went to USC and took this awesome like History of the Beatles class. I would have like an extensive history of like all my favorite bands. Like the Beatles, and the Clash...Or a history of comedy. I think that would be an awesome class, too.”

Lewis Black: “My class would be Just Give Me Three Hours To Read In Total Silence. If I taught, I know what I would teach. I'd teach, I have for years, I'd teach stand-up comedy. I did it up at Williamstown for like 10 years and I did it for another theater for a long time and it was teaching the experience of stand-up, because I think it does that thing that Oprah likes to talk about, empowerment. It does empower the individual. It's the closest thing you can come to that course that that f***er was getting away with where he had people coming in and they'd run over hot coals. Somehow their lives changed. But it's the same sort of thing, especially for an actor or somebody in theater. It's the only thing that teaches acting, writing and directing simultaneously. And it's an easy course to teach, because inevitably the way it works is they teach each other. Once they get rolling, I just do guidance.”

Accepted opens today, August 18th.

For the trailer, more interviews, synopsis and more movie info, go to the Accepted Movie Page.

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