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Rebecca Murray from About.com Hollywood Movies at the LA Premiere of 20th Century Fox's Rio.

Jesse Eisenberg - 'Blu' in Rio

Talk about playing a bird with issues.

Jesse Eisenberg: "Well, it's better than playing a human with issues. You know, the character's so sweet because he's from Brazil but raised in this very snowy, quiet town in Minnesota. He's taken to Rio de Janeiro and experiences such a great culture shock, but instead of trying to impose his culture on Rio, he really comes to it with an open mind and tries to embrace new things in a very sweet way."

You didn't have to work with any of the cast members in this, so how tough was that?

Jesse Eisenberg: "Yeah, it's a strange process. Everybody records their role at a different studio and in many cases in different cities, depending on where they are. And the director, Carlos Saldanha, is actually from Rio de Janeiro and knows this world better than any of us and knows these characters better than any of us - because a lot of it is just in his head - performed all the other roles. So it was made comparatively easier."

You had some hang-gliding moments in Brazil. Any stand-out moments from your adventures?

Jesse Eisenberg: "That's right. Yes, the hang-gliding. Jumping off a mountain stands out, because you don't want to have to do that again. In the movie the character doesn't know how to fly, my character, but he jumps off a mountain and lands on the top of a hang-glider and has that kind of initial rush that you would experience when you start to fly, I imagine - not being a bird. And when I did that, it was fun to see what that character must experience. And the animators also did it so that they would have that experience as well, so that when they drew it it kind of seemed as authentic as possible."

How many cats do you have right now?

Jesse Eisenberg: "I have 42 cats."

All in your apartment?

Jesse Eisenberg: "No, no. They're at the premiere; we got them seats."

How many cats do you have in your apartment?

Jesse Eisenberg: "I don't know. I have a lot. It depends on the day."

Any favorites?

Jesse Eisenberg: "They don't like to be talked about in the press. They get embarrassed."

Francisco Ramos from Rio

Is that kind of interesting to have on your credits - "I am the lead bad monkey"?

Francisco Ramos: "When they told me, 'Hey, stop being such a monkey,' and look at me now. Who's a monkey now?"

So tell me about playing a monkey. Do you have to get into the mindset of a monkey?

Francisco Ramos: "Yeah, I mean I think I did it too much so that tells me I'm pretty much like a monkey. But, it was easy, just laughing. It's kind of me, but just be more animal-like."

Did you watch the animation of him as you were doing it?

Francisco Ramos: "Yeah, yeah. Actually I went through...while I was recording, they showed it to us, what the scene was and how to get into the character, so it was easy for me. And then I would just play off Carlos Saldanha, the director. We would just play off of him."

I heard Carlos did every single character and was crazy on the set.

Francisco Ramos: "Yeah. That's why I was saying he was so passionate about the project, just to do it, and to be like the monkey. He would just play with you and get into you. It was just great."
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