Nick Robinson, Moises Arias and Gabriel Basso are interviewed about their new film 'The Kings of Summer'. They discuss the audition process and what they learned from the older and more experienced actors on the set.
Gabriel says he 'fell in love with [the script] immediately', and remarked that 'Chris [Galletta], the writer, did an amazing job of capturing what it's like to be in a pubescent limbo'. Nick reiterated his point and went on to praise his onscreen father. 'I learned I will never be as much of a man as Nick Offerman', he says. 'He's a professional, he's a pro, he's one of the nicest people I've ever met, one of the funniest.'
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