Actors often do their best not to seem intimidated by other actors. But sometimes you just can't help being starstruck.
Just ask Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who was so nervous around her "A Good Day to Die Hard" costar Bruce Willis that she barely interacted with him on the set of the upcoming action flick.
“He’s just such a big movie star. During that entire movie shoot I was, like, silent,” said Winstead, who joined Aubrey Plaza and Bella Heathcote on the Los Angeles Times' third-annual Young Hollywood roundtable Friday. “I was completely, completely nervous. I just couldn’t see him as a normal guy.”
Fortunately for Plaza, her comedy hero, Adam Sandler, proved to be a more calming presence on the set of 2009’s “Funny People.”