Phoenix: James, I read in a press release that you're being advertised as the "Next George Clooney."
Mumford:That's in the press release?

Phoenix:Oh yeah. How do you feel about that?
Wolk: I feel real good about that. [Sort of giggles.] It's really flattering, really kind. I won't stop anyone from saying that.

Phoenix:You think you can step in and fill George's shoes, now that he's getting kind of old?
Wolk: Here's the problem, though. He just keeps getting better looking as he gets older.

Mumford: Oh you will too, don't worry.

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