Rose Byrne: “It’s kind of surreal, like shopping for the wedding dress and all that stuff. But, then again, it kind of isn’t either, because it’s just work.
“I’ve done so many strange things with work, like pretending to be a lawyer for six years, or pretending to be a CIA agent discovering mutants [laughs], so it’s all relative.”
Rafe Spall: “It’s weird, I wore a really nice suit that I got to keep which was much nicer than the suit I had on my actual wedding day. There’s one shot at the beginning of the film, where you see the marquee in a perfectly blue sky: I think that blue sky was there for 30 seconds, and we managed to get it. It rained, it was miserable, it was cold, loads of extras, loads of cameras, it was a big set-up, so that was a big couple of days really…”
Dan Mazer: “It was sort of miserable like a wedding [laughs], in many ways. Just a massive hassle, a bit miserable, less exciting than you imagined… Quite like a wedding in many ways.”