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Male Speaker: We got your friend.
Male Speaker: They got Allyson.
Male Speaker: Hey where the hell are they going.
Veronica: This comedic twist to the classic horror film is what happens when two harmless hillbillies are mistaken for murders by some college kids. Hi, I’m Veronica at watchmojo.com and today I will be speaking with the stars of “Tucker & Dale vs Evil” actors Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk. Now you guys play two lovable hillbillies you just want to go fishing. Can you tell us more about your characters Tucker and Dale?
Tyler Labine: I’m Dale Dobson, long time -- life long I would say best friend to Tucker Trent is it Tucker.
Alan Tudyk: Jeez, I don’t remember.
Tyler Labine: So what was your last name.
Alan Tudyk: I don’t know we had last names.
Tyler Labine: My name is Dale Dobson, I think you are like Tucker Trent where just two guys are going on a fishing trip vacation or a new dilapidated vacation home. And we just want to drink beers and fish and have a good time, but we get, sort of, mixed up in this crazy thing along the way. Killer hillbillies with hearts of gold, but we are not actually killers.
Male Speaker: It that your blood?
Male Speaker: No, no it’s college kid blood, one of the suckers came running out.
Female Speaker: Who is the brains between the two of you?
Tyler Labine: Who looks smarter?
Veronica: Well in the film, I don’t know.
Tyler Labine: --
Alan Tudyk: She was going to pick you about.
Tyler Labine: No.
Alan Tudyk: You look smarter.
Tyler Labine: No, no I don’t think so.
Alan Tudyk: I think it was my open mouth for you think it was -- yeah, Tucker is the brain’s of the Tucker & Dale that do.
Female Speaker: Be careful, okay my friends can be kind of judgmental.
Male Speaker: No, I want to let Tucker to do most of the talking anyway picking whatever just that anybody -- Tucker, real people person.
Veronica: I’m going with -- you don’t know you had a last name either.
Alan Tudyk: Yeah, you are right, you are right.
Veronica: You guys are both experienced actors what you do to the script to work with Eli, who this is his first feature film.
Tyler Labine: I read it, I loved it, I always do the same thing, I passed the script on to my wife because she is a really great, so engage for whether it’s something actually as funny. She read and gave it back to me this I thought this is really funny and I met with Eli and he basically was on the exact same page I thought we got to be careful how we tell the story and spoof line, we don’t want to go too goofy and I’ll make sure we keep things real.
Alan Tudyk: When I read it I wanted and I talk to him, I wanted to make sure that he was thinking of it the way you were talking about how it’s, that we would play it. All these ridiculous things in a real way, as we reacted to them in real time like if these things happen you’ll be loosing your mind, you wouldn’t be silly winking at the camera like actually go through it.
Male Speaker: This is a suicide path.
Male Speaker: This is what?
Male Speaker: He is keep coming after you and they are killing themselves all over the woods.
Male Speaker: Oh, my god that makes so much sense.
Alan Tudyk: I said yes, got on the plane a day later and then met you and then it was like --
Tyler Labine: It was on.
Alan Tudyk: It was on.
Tyler Labine: We went out and we sort of bonded and we brought the script along and we are just having a couple of drinks, we like went through and decided where we were from and gave our characters like sort of back story and I think we are both kind of like do this what actors do?
Alan Tudyk: I remember thinking that like this is really, it is really great.
Veronica: Growing up with you guys say you better identify with the frat boys or with the hillbillies?
Alan Tudyk: Yeah, not the frat boy, I was more the hillbilly, but I think I was also more at the Dale.
Tyler Labine: I get mistaken for a frat boy a lot, that when people first meet me you know with the hat tripped down to the side and the sort you know, like the people like oh you probably if you pounded back kegs in college, you know, I’m like wrong, we never went to college, so you know.
Veronica: Do you have any advice for surviving in the woods.
Alan Tudyk: Lay off the weed, it’s making you paranoid.
Tyler Labine: Lay off the cigarettes.
Alan Tudyk: Yeah. If you are scare to the woods come up.
Tyler Labine: Grow up.
Alan Tudyk: What’s that really come on scare to the woods.
Veronica: Did you all get crazy working with all that thick blood.
Alan Tudyk: If you are get blood all over you, you have to match it each day. You are putting on the same clothes again and again and again and I had so much blood kept on me that your costume would be there on your trailer and it could stand up on and it’s almost as stiff as a board and then they come and wet it down to try to get it working again, get the blood running again.
Tyler Labine: We heard the term, can we freshen up the blood more than you ever want to hear in life. Yeah, I didn’t have as bad as -- he also was covered in these things for a good portion of a movie.
Alan Tudyk: I was happy when they were gone.
Veronica: What’s the hardest thing you had to do in your career?
Tyler Labine: The hardest thing I have had to do in my career so far and it’s going to sound really kind of crisp, but I did this movie a Canadian feature film called “Control Alt Delete”. I had to make love to computers in this movie, literally drilling holes in the side of the circuit 1999 PC’s and putting in bubble wrap and I didn’t, I didn’t actually do it, but I had to you know fully naked doing I had to masturbate a lot of time in the movie, a lot you know, how was that, did you get that like a chances look real.
Alan Tudyk: I had to play in this movie called “Control Alt Delete” I had to play a computer.
Tyler Labine: Yeah. That was actually the most uncomfortable part of it; it was getting the bubble wrap inside of Alan. After that it was sort of that he was already. So --
Veronica: Well, thanks guys. It’s great having you.