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As the jock and the “choir chick” who fall head over heels for one another, Chris Klein and Mena Suvari created an unexpectedly sweet coupling in a film that was dominated by hardcore hijinks.
PHOTOS: ' American Reunion' Premiere: Red Carpet Arrivals But in to talk about the experience of returning to the film series that first made him a star; in addition to discussing the challenges – or lack thereof – of getting back into his character, Klein talked about the effects of spending almost half of his life in the Hollywood spotlight, and reflected on the growing up he’s done both as a person and a professional actor.
And it was on the page; I mean, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg did a great job of really completing that arc for us and we were able to show up and bring what we brought years ago.
THR: How tough was it to dial back into that relationship? As a professional and as a friend, I love Mena Suvari and I think that she is one of the most talented actresses of our generation, and to play Oz and Heather, that chemistry and that magic that her and I found with those two characters in the beginning, that doesn't die.THR: Was there anything in particular you wanted to do with the character, or see happen?Klein: I didn't have any expectations -- I would have had to be sitting around for, you know, 10 years or 8 years, or however long it was. So Jon, Hayden and I sat down and they said, "we kind of think that Oz is in sports broadcasting and was hosting a highlight-style show a la Sports Center on ESPN." I didn't have a pitch better than that one, and then they said, "and we think that maybe Oz does like a ' Dancing with the Stars' kind of thing, because he has got some celebrity.” And I said great, because that fits -- you see him in  and he is singing and he obviously enjoys it.And in , Oz is a little bit more understated, and to be an actor is to really expand the realm of possibilities of the human condition, if I may be so bold at 33 years old.And I’m just kind of getting started, and it's consistently trying to find my voice and where I fit in, and the movies that are available. THR: Do you feel at this point you’ve fallen into a comfortable groove with that kind of creative discovery?