We all cared about the project. SANTA MONICA, California — Long gone are the days when the world’s most popular stand-up comedian was also its biggest box-office draw, but, in the case of Dane Cook, you sure as heck can’t say that it’s for lack of effort. Brooks,” “Dan in Real Life,” and the new-to-DVD “Good Luck Chuck. In an exclusive look-back-and-look-forward interview with MTV News, Cook talked turkey on the sex montage in “Chuck,” what he makes of Jessica Alba calling the movie “porn,” what special ranking the flick earned from Roger Ebert, and what it’s like being called one good luck chuck sex matrix the most influential people in the world.
MTV: First off, congratulations are in order. I saw you just set a world record. Dane Cook: I don’t know if it’s a world record, but it’s a Laugh Factory record. It was accompanied by the greatest sleep of my life. So what sort of performance enhancers are you on? Cook: No, no, it’s purely flat water and a little pasta before I hit the stage.
But, yeah, they’re all busting my chops down at the club, like, “Listen, how much time you gonna do tonight? Do you want a short set? MTV: For the “Good Luck Chuck” DVD, you have some pretty crazy special features. Cook: The first thing I did when they showed me the rough cut of the sex matrix, I said, “Somebody’s got to go through frame by frame and make sure my aren’t swinging around. I know someone’s gonna freeze-frame it, some DVD person who’s got a program on their computer is gonna find my bits and pieces. But the sex matrix, how do you really explain the sex matrix? MTV: Frankly, my favorite part of the sex matrix is how it’s described on the box.