We are here tonight with James Spader, who just saw the birth of his last movie. Hi, James, and welcome to C*E*L*E*B.
Good evening to you, and thank you for inviting me.
Where will you go on your next break from work?
For next summer I rented a luxurious mansion in a secluded valley of Taronia. The only problem was making a payment in Linden dollars to the kindly gentleman from Nigeria that contacted me about deal in the interweb.
Do you know Amanda Cook (a former insurance loss adjuster, now a cardiac technician) from West Valley City?
Not personally, but my uncle has been briefly betrothed to her. Then there was a rumor about the strange suicide of a former lover, so their engagement came to a sudden finale.
You are always in fine fettle. How do you do that?
I have invented the Blue Diet: in the month of November I eat just blue foods, like blueberries, blue potatoes, robin's eggs and blue jays died by natural causes.
Could you tell us something about your ongoing project?
Yes. I'm on the set of the remake of "Meet the Spartans", a little gem whose importance has not been fully recognized.
If there was a movie produced about your life, who do you think should play you, and why?
It should be Dave Bautista, because we were in the same hockey team when we were younger.
If happiness were an animal, what would it be?
I figure a cow. A big, fat, poised cow, sated and sleepy in the shade of a large tree.
Do you have a favorite flag?
Surely the flag of Robonia. If I'm not mistaken, it is yellow and white with a small violet hedgehog in a corner.
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