On (a recent episode of) RAW there was a funny skit where Halle Berry is answering her phone during a press interview and you were involved and Kane was involved. I was pleasantly surprised that Halle Berry had that kind of sense of humor.

She is really funny and really down to earth, I think that surprises a lot of people. She is really cool I can't say enough good things about her.

You mentioned you were on set for two months. How did you juggle that with your WWE schedule? Or did you have a break from the road?

I took a break from the road so I could just focus on acting. I wanted to completely be in character and that was something that really meant a lot to me. I really wanted to portray the character well and not look like I was acting but like I actually was that character. I did a lot of things in my downtime, I went on a ride along with police officers in Los Angeles, which was amazing, and I got to see what their daily life is like. I have so much respect for them it was unbelievable. I watched a whole bunch of cop films and TV shows and I asked the police officers which ones they thought were great. They told me 'Southland' was great and it was a really good one, so I started watching that and I love that show now and in certain scenes he’s pretty spot on. I went to one of the diners that the police officers go to a lot and I went to one of the barbers where they get their hair cut, I was just trying to be a police officer.

While you were off from WWE for two months, did you get that itch to return that many WWE Superstars get when they are off the road?

It was definitely different. All I've done for the past three years is WWE non-stop. You get used to a certain way of life and certain things. I'm so busy on the road, I don't get downtime, so now with the movie, for the first time in my life and in the past three years I had downtime and it was like I didn't know what to do with myself. So, I might go to the gym and work out and I'd think now what, I don’t have to rush to the arena, I don't have to drive to the next city. I got to relax my mind and my body, it was fun. When filming wrapped I was awfully excited to get back, it was cool, and it was the first time I had been away for a while. When I came back I was just ready to go, I was rejuvenated.

You're a Harvard educated lawyer and I'm curious to know, how was that received among your peers when you first joined the WWE?

Truthfully, I don't think people believed it. I think most people thought it was just a gimmick or a character I was playing. From the fans the WWE Universe to the guys in the locker room. I heard even just recently, I did a gig on HLN as a guest legal expert and I heard so many times, "Wow I didn't know you really are a lawyer, that's true?" I would say, 'Yeah, that's true,' I think it's just so out of the ordinary so people just assumed it was a character.

I've heard Vince McMahon say on conference calls in the past that he's not a fan of lawyers. Have you guys talked about this?

That’s interesting; he's never been anything but nice and very respectful to me. I actually get along with him great; maybe he doesn't know I’m a lawyer!

Where do you feel you are in your career right now? Where do you feel you would like to get?

Right now I feel I'm on the edge of doing something great and really taking off. Where I would like to get? I would like to be at the top I mean who wouldn't.

The Call debuts in theaters on Friday March 15. For more information visit http://www.call-movie.com/site

Arda Ocal is an on air personality with The Score Television Network. Follow him on Twitter @arda_ocal