5 things you wanna know about Tucker Albrizzi
Just in time to start getting us in the Halloween mood, the flick follows Norman, a boy who can, yes, talk to ghosts. One of our newest obsessions, twelve-year-old Tucker Albrizzi, voices the role of Neil, Norman’s quirky best—and only—friend, who finds it awesome that he talks to ghosts.
We caught up with Tucker and had him spill all on his biggest fears, his best friend and his embarrassing parents. Check it out!
He doesn’t really dig coasters…“I went on the new Six Flags Green Lantern [ride] with my brother, and I was so freaked out! You’re sitting in a chair and it does a 360-loop…your individual chair is spinning around while you’re going down the track. I [rode it] once, and then I ran home.”
…and is also afraid of… ““Spiders, great white sharks and ghost stories.They’ll just creep me out.”
But, if he had the choice between ghost, witch or zombie, he’d wanna be a ghost. “I would do [pranks], like take my brother’s wallet and all the stuff he needs and just hide them somewhere.”
He has chores like any other kid. “I have a lot of chores—laundry, take out the trash…all that good stuff.
His parents love sharing pics. “When my friends are at my house, they’ll just come out and show pictures of my baby self. It humiliates me. They’ll be like, ‘Baby Tucker, age 1.’”
He wants you to see ParaNorman. “It’s funny, kind of scary and has a nice point about bullying and how it’s a horrible thing. Everyone should check it out!”
Sneak a peek at ParaNorman (in theaters Aug. 17) below…
Are you excited to see ParaNorman? What’s one thing that gives you the creeps at the moment? Blog about it, babes.
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