"It's not like doing a Judd Apatow film where it's like, 'Well, let's just see what happens here,' because it will cost you. If you decide to throw three more cat shots in, that's 9 billion dollars a day. So it has to be sort of more down to a science. So what we do is work with the script early and create alternate lines where needed. That's one of the things that's more easy about this one is in the first one, there would be, like, 12 alternates because we just weren't sure whether the character should be underplayed, sarcastic, dry. Now, there's two or three alternates in different places, and I like to pre-know what those are, and very rarely are we just kind of riffing a little bit because like I said, there's too much going on to mess around like that."