The Interview star Randall Park, who played North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un in the movie, talks about what it was like to lock lips with the hunky James Franco while filming scenes.
On Tuesday night's Watch What Happens Live, a caller asks Randall to "describe in detail what it was like kissing James Franco," and he said he was pretty into it.
"It was magical, it was magical," Randall said. "Yeah, he has very soft lips, and there’s just something about him that’s just mysterious and magical and it feels wonderful."
When host Andy Cohen asks if he feared for his life at all from North Korea, playing Kim Jong-Un, Randall said...not at first. Then yes, very, very scared.
"I wasn’t scared…until I realized that everybody around me was scared," he said. "I turned on the news and they were talking about Kim Jong-Un [the real one] and they were using a photo of me from the movie...and I thought maybe I should go into hiding. That’s when it got a little creepy."
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