If you've seen Public Enemies
, you've seen Studio 312
host Jimmy Carrane flex his acting muscles. Remember the scene when Dillinger is locked up in Crown Point, Indiana? Remember the janitor who Dillinger tricks into letting him out of his cell? That's Jimmy (if you're checking IMDB look for "Jim Carrane")!
Jimmy was here a few days ago to tape a new Studio 312
segment for Eight Forty-Eight
, so I took the opportunity to ask him about his experience in the film. He touched on how intimidating Michael Mann is, what constitutes a "line" of dialogue and his hope for a Public Enemies 2