In "The Campaign," you play a character that you sort of invented while you were in high school. Tell me about the story behind Marty Huggins.
"The character was a guy that I used to do in high school for my dad and a couple of acquaintances and back then he was called, "the effeminate racist." Effeminate people are discriminated against and for him to discriminate against other races was such a weird contradiction that I was just drawn to it because it's a weird confusing character. I forgot about it and didn't do it for many, many years. ... And then I started doing it live on stage again, and then it became this. And now, he's in a movie, which is odd."