Not only was it a great cast -- I got to work with Jason Robards and Piper Laurie, and Corey Haim was in his prime -- but it was my first chance to step outside the teen comedy thing. It was the first lead part where everything rested on my shoulders. And of course, I got to incorporate the Michael Jackson moves.
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