Jesse Eisenberg Compares Being at Comic-Con to “Some Kind of Genocide”

15 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Actor Jesse Eisenberg Calls Comic-Con Experience ‘Probably Some Kind Of Genocide’.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Jesse Eisenberg compared his experience of facing screaming fans at Comic-Con to genocide, saying the raucous crowd was “terrifying.” “It is like being screamed at by thousands of people. They were one torch away from burning me,” Eisenberg said. “I’m a normal person with like normal reactions to things, so of course it’s going to be terrifying. If you like that kind of thing and feed off of it in some way, you must have a miserable life.” “You know, but it’s such an honor to be a part of the film. The screaming was terrifying. … We were on the kind of scary end of it.” In “The End of the Tour,” Eisenberg plays David Lipsky, a journalist interviewing writer David Foster Wallace during the promotional tour for Wallace’s novel “Infinite Jest.” Segal plays Wallace. “Yes I have never been on the other side, on your side of journalism.

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