Mane: Okay, let's get going with these questions...
Wizard: Whoa, there Mr. Sabretooth from "X-Men"... calm yourself there.
Mane: Come on, what ya' got for me?
W: Okay, hot shot. what's up with you almost breaking that saucy Halle Berry's [Storm's] head during your big fight scene with her in "X-Men"?
M: I had to wake her up, man. So I smacked her against the glass and then we did the scene... that's the truth... or at least the best you're going to get.
W: Fair enough... is there anyone else you plan to smack around?
M: Maybe you... depending on these questions.
W: Hey, at least I've never worn lifts in my shoes like some girlie-man like you did in the "X-Men" movie!
M: Yeah, well 6-foot 10 wasn't tall enough for the "X-Men" movie... I needed a little extra. It took me a week to figure out how to walk in those things. I almost twisted my ankles a few times.
W: So, what's the crasiest thing that happened on the set?
M: Well, the first day I met James Marsden [Cyclops], he was shooting the scene where he looks down at the kid in the train station. The kid was too tall though, so they made James stand on an apple box. A few days later I left an apple box in his trailer with a note that said, "This is so you can reach your sink."
W: You guys are wilder than the Rat Pack.
M: It went from there, man. [stares silently]
W: [uncomfortable pause] So who's more intense: comic fans or wrestling fans?
M: Once when I was in wrestling in England, a woman hit me over the head with a purse... I think she had about five brinks in the damn thing.
W: So, wrestling?
M: Well, wrestling fans are intese but comic fans know their stuff. You can't get anything by them. A movie like "X-Men" isn't about critics, it's about pleasing the fans. Roger Ebert don't count.
W: Uh... okay... anyway, now that you're a big-time Hollywood actor, who do you want to work with?
W: Tom Arnold?
M: [growls] What? Arnold Schwarenegger.
W: Think you could take him in a fight?
M: Tom Arnold?
W: No, Schwarenegger... try to keep up!
M: I'd take him in about five seconds.
W: How about you and me?
M: Half a second.
W: It's GO time, baby!