‘Trucker’ and ‘Ridiculous’ NFL players join forces for ‘Mockumentary’
It’s a bit of a mash-up.
You could argue the same could be said about the ‘Mockingjay’ movie franchise, with the movie’s stars and directors, Vin Diesel and Michael Fassbender, working together on a movie about an NFL player who makes a movie called ‘Mocks.
It’s all part of the fun of making ‘MOCKumentary,’ which opens in theaters nationwide this weekend.
“It’s fun because I have a lot of friends and I’m very good at being funny,” Diesel told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz on “This Week.”
“I like being able to be in the moment and I like being around other people.
“The whole premise is really just, like, ‘Let’s see what happens in this movie.’ “
And you can’t have a movie that’s about something that’s not fun. “
The whole premise is really just, like, ‘Let’s see what happens in this movie.’
And you can’t have a movie that’s about something that’s not fun.
I mean, it’s about the fun and the silliness and the absurdity, so I think we’re going to have fun in it.”
The movie, which stars Diesel, is loosely based on the novel by Michael J. Sullivan that first appeared in 2014.
It follows a fictional character called ‘Sugar,’ who plays the role of a mockumentary journalist who’s investigating the real-life ‘Makeshift Gang’ in Baltimore, Maryland, where the NFL team plays its games.
“Sugar” is also known as the “Mockbuster,” who goes by the nickname of ‘Sugardom,’ and is an avid Twitter user who follows all the news surrounding the team and its fans.
“I’m like, who cares?”
“This movie is about Sugar, so let’s make it fun and make it funny.
We’ll be a lot more funny, but we’re also going to take some shots at our team, like we do in ‘Mocker’ and we’ll be more real, but I can’t promise you anything.”
The film, which will hit theaters on March 22, follows the story of Sugar as he tries to track down the ‘Cocktail Crew,’ who have allegedly kidnapped Sugar, his wife and his daughter.
The film also follows the adventures of Sugar’s girlfriend, who goes to work for the team but has a crush on Sugar’s son.
“You just want to go to sleep at night and wake up and have to deal with this movie,” Diesel said of the movie.
“Because we’re on this movie and we’re the guys who are going to go out there and make this movie.”
Diesel and FassBender, who plays ‘Moonshine,’ were both on the cover of Entertainment Weekly last year and have since starred in films such as “The Bourne Identity,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Man of Steel,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and “Captain America: Civil War.”
Diesel said that his favorite part of making the film was being able “to sit in a room with Vin Diesel, Michael Fadb, and [director] Joss Whedon and talk about the process of making a movie, and then having it become this real experience that people are going, ‘This is what we’re looking for.'”
“It really was a fun experience to be a part,” he added.
“We were able to meet each other in real life, and to get to know each other.”
“Mocking” was shot entirely in real-time, and Diesel and other cast members have also been able to participate in a variety of other activities.
“There are a couple of things that we didn’t get to do that we could do in the real world,” Diesel explained.
So it was fun to be able to hang out and get a little taste of that movie experience.” “
But we also got to sit together and do a little bit of filming in a hotel in Paris, and we were able just to watch the movies from the hotel room and get to the next movie.
So it was fun to be able to hang out and get a little taste of that movie experience.”
“The Mockingjay” movie series has sold over $1 billion in tickets in North America since its debut in 2013, and it has continued to be the highest grossing movie of all time in that same time frame.
“Mocks” has grossed more than $200 million at the global box office, which is a record for any movie.
Diesel said he is not surprised that fans of the series have reacted so strongly to