Yeah, it's not to be taken light, that Red Bull - very potent in large amounts. Well, I might just get on the table and drop my pants and probably feel the same way I felt that day.So you had no problem wearing just the hospital gown? Yeah, what can you do; you've got to run around in the hospital gown - a man's done sillier things. You just got a whole group of people staring at your pasty white bottom.A man's laid a woman over a newspaper stand - I think that was slightly more embarrassing scene than running around in a hospital gown. You got to try and act - it could get a bit crude, so I'm not going to go there.There are certain details in there that I was trying to ask Brian and in the end, it just becomes a funny thing, seriously.And I'm good behind a wheel anyway; I'm very experienced at driving, the driving for me is a piece of cake.I get behind a car and I can drive manual, automatics, spin, I can do whatever you want.Smart married TV carpenter Carter Oosterhouse from the U. cable channel HGTV on September 10, 2011, in Traverse City, Michigan.
Jason Statham: That wasn't exactly my fault, but I will take a certain amount of responsibility.
We was fighting in and around outside of the helicopter a few thousand feet above downtown LA - you're trying to keep your composure at times, and basically what we were trying to do is sell something like a big real fight scene, highly energized with a certain degree of fear that we're all going to fall to the bloody floor.
So, in an attempt to make it realistic, you get a bit carried away - poor old Jose (Pablo Cantillo) reached in for a punch, and he reacted so much, he cracked his head on the side of the helicopter. Jason Statham: Oh, the phone booth - well, then I'll come in again. Yeah, as I'm telling you the story, I'm trying to recall that he didn't have any stitches, but he had a mild concussion and they whisked him off in an ambulance.
Whatever they suggested it was like, 'Yeah, ok, let's just go for it.' If you have that apprehension, you're going to get yourself into a sticky kind of quagmire of restriction.
If it's no good, they're not going to put it in, so you just got to go for it and just put your life in their hands.