Tina and Steve both say making a movie is different from making a TV show because you don't get to know the cast as well. "That's why it was so lucky that we kind of got along so well from the beginning, because you go to make a movie, it's a stranger, sometimes you spend the first three weeks figuring the other person out, and we kind of fell into a nice rhythm right away," Tina says.
Working with a great supporting cast also helped the atmosphere on set, Tina says. "One of my favorite scenes is the scene with James Franco and Mila Kunis, who play this kind of dirt-baggy couple that we have been confused for," she says.
"They were great; they improvised a lot," Steve says. "A lot of those little exchanges resulted from the two of them bringing things in, and we were just responding."