Canadian cutie Devon Bostick reprises his role as Rodrick Heffley in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules. J-14 got the scoop about what went down on set, what exactly Rodrick's rules are and, of course, girls. Check out Devon on screen when Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 hits theaters on March 25.
J-14: What is Rodrick up to in the second movie?
Devon Bostick: We get to see a lot more Rodrick in this film versus the first. You just get a taste of him in the first one, and in this one he just explodes all over the screen. He's everywhere just causing havoc and trying to be good, but also trying to be bad. He's got a punk rock band, Loaded Diper.
J-14: What are his rules?
Devon: Rodrick's rules are just the guideline to an easy life and hands down what he thinks are motivational or important rules to just get by. He's really a lazy character and he's usually terrible to his brother, but he takes the role of a role model. He tries to become a role model for Greg. He thinks that he is one, for some reason, and those are the rules. He tries to help him out in his life.
J-14: You are one of the older people on the set. What's it like working with all the kids, especially Zach Gordon?â€¨
Devon: It's awesome. These kids, I find, aren't really kids at all. They all seem like they're more grown up than some of the adults on the show. Zach is funny. We really did form a brotherly relationship on this film, where we do prank each other, but deep down we all like each other and really form that relationship.
J-14: Do you think it's okay for a girl to ask a guy out?
Devon: Totally! I think girls should ask guys out! I mean, I would've loved for a girl to ask me out because it's nerve wracking to ask a girl out sometimes. So, I think girls should totally go for it.
J-14: What can a girl say to make you laugh?
Devon: Be outgoing! Tons of things make me laugh. The person would make me laugh, not necessarily the material. It's usually the person's humor that's unique to them that makes me laugh. Not like a knock-knock joke.
Photo :Diyah Pera