Three amigos: Danny Glover, Maya Rudolph and Diego Luna sat down with Us Weekly’s Ashley Spencer at the Us Weekly Video Lounge at the Sundance Film Festival to discuss their new Mexican road trip flick, Mr. Pig (which premiered at Sundance on January 26), and play a lightening round of 25 Things You Don’t Know About Me.
“I get called Tina a lot,” 43-year-old Rudolph said of fans confusing her with fellow Saturday Night Live alum and good friend Tina Fey. “I was at a concert and someone was like, ‘Tina Rudolph! Tina Rudolph!’“
While Rudolph is busy dealing with a confused public, 36-year-old Luna is simply trying to abide.
“I just dream of myself being the Dude,” the Y Tu Mamá También actor says of channeling his favorite film, 1998’s The Big Lebowski. “I’m really working hard to get there one day.”
And though Glover plays a farmer journeying across borders with his beloved swine in Mr. Pig, the 69-year-old actor had less earthen ambitions off screen.
“When I was a kid, I wanted to be a flamenco dancer,” Glover said, adding that he later followed yet another career path in San Francisco before venturing into Hollywood. “I drove a taxi. The propositions at 4 in the morning — that was interesting.”
Watch the videos above to see more of Glover, Rudolph and Luna’s hilarious revelations and get the inside scoop on their new film, Mr. Pig.