“That Awkward Moment” premiered in Los Angeles on Monday, and TheWrap was there to ask the cast about their most awkward moments in real life, and even create one of our own
Michael B. Jordan, who became one of the biggest breakout stars of 2013 after impressing critics in “Fruitvale Station,” co-stars with Zac Efron and Miles Teller as three best friends navigating the dating scene in New York City.
When asked for his most awkward moment with a fan, Jordan said it was with a loyal admirer of his days on soap opera “All My Children.”
“Back in New York it was a freezing day in the middle of the winter, it was snowing outside. You know, the fans could actually stand outside of the studio, so on my way out she literally ran from down the block and kind of bear hugged me from the back,” Jordan said. “It was a little awkward. It was dedication.”
The film’s writer and director, Tom Gormican, weighed in on that awkward moment where Efron and Teller take a tad too much Viagra, while one of the film’s female co-stars revealed which of the boys she’d like to marry — and which one she’d rather just hop in bed with for one night.