Getting Cast In The Marine & How It Compared To Performing Live In Front Of WWE Crowds: Well you know, coming into The Marine 3: Homefront, I wanted to really show everyone- I didn't want people to look at the movie and go "Oh that's The Miz" or "Oh that's Mike from ‘The Real World'" or "That's a WWE Superstar." I wanted them to go "Oh wait, this is something new, this is something different." So to get ready for this role, I kind of looked at some old school action stars like "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" with Clint Eastwood and "Dirty Harry." Watching him perform in these kinds of roles, he didn't say much, but when he did, you were intrigued and he was a show stealer just when he walked in here- just his aura. And then also, I looked to Paul Newman in "Cool Hand Luke," and how just cool and natural and relaxed he was. And then watching the "Die Hards" with John McClain and the action and the real kind of setting- he's just like an every guy. And so I wanted to bring that to "The Marine 3: Homefront." I wanted people to go ‘Wow this is real. It's gritty. It's dark." And hopefully with the success of 1 and 2, I'm hoping to continue it and hopefully exceed it.
The Responsibility Of Being A WWE Ambassador: Yeah, you know, any time someone wants me to talk about the company that I work for- whether it be MTV, Bunim-Murray, WWE or WWE Studios or Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, I always want to talk about it or brag about it if you will because I'm proud of it. There is nothing wrong with being proud of what you do for a living and if people want to be negative about it, that's going to happen. It happens all the time- no matter what you do or where you're from there's always going to be someone that hates on it. And that's fine because that's their freedom of speech and everyone's going to have an opinion but it's my job to have thick skin and to say you know what? That's fine, but I love WWE. I've loved every opportunity that they've given me. It's been a dream of mine since I was a little kid to do it. And not only that, but MTV and Bunim-Murray have given me the opportunity to- actually open my eyes with The Real World and allow me to realize that I could pursue my dream because I do really believe that I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for The Real World. So I embrace- you know people sometimes say "Oh you gotta forget about the reality in order to be successful in WWE and in movies," but I say no. I'm gonna embrace every life thing that's happened to me because without that, I wouldn't be where I am today and today I am a happy person.
Where He Fits In At WrestleMania: You know MetLife Stadium, basically our Super Bowl, our NBA Finals, our World Series- only bigger- and I am ecstatic about it. Right now, I'm not sure exactly where I'm standing in the Wrestlemania [card]. I know I'll be a part of it, but I don't have a match yet. So I'm looking for anyone who wants to battle this guy because what I plan on doing is- even though the main event is John Cena versus The Rock for the WWE Championship- I feel like what people are going to be talking about after Wrestlemania will be what The Miz did.