We are here tonight with Diego Luna, who just survived the mammoth task of his last movie. Hi, Diego, and welcome to Celebrity Hammocks.
It's a pleasure being here, essentially because it counts as community service.
Do you have any new tattoos?
Yes! I have a purple caterpillar on my foot. It implements a radiotransmitter, so I can be rescued if I get lost in Tucson outskirts, but unluckily it works better if I'm a little au naturel.
Diego, you are always in tip-top condition. How do you do that?
I have devised the Blue Diet: during the month of June I eat nothing but blue foods, like blueberries, blue potatoes, blue corn and my special Smurf meat pie.
Diego, which is your favorite fruit?
It is called "Diego's marvel". During one of my famed studies in the Hymalayas, I discovered a little tree unknown to botanists, now named Catocapruria clavata, which every 10 years blooms and gives fruits whose flavor reminds of watermelons and ranch dressing. You have to be rich enough even to unlike it...
Diego, what do you think of global warming?
I have the proofs that this alleged global warming is surely a monstruous plot of Loompaland's double spies.
When you were a little boy, did you see yourself as a professional actor?
Yes, even though it was my second choice. First one was king of the USA. Or maybe librarian, I could never decide.
Do you have issues with movie directors?
I do not have any serious problem with directors: it's quite easy when you do not care about them.
Are you allergic to anything?
Yes, I have a little intolerance to rainbows, lion milk, and aspirin.
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