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"It's not making fun of terrorism or the victims of terrorism," he sighs, clearly schooled in defending the film.
Novak is also swift to dismiss the swirl of controversy caused by Four Lions' contentious jihadist subject."We thought we'd try and move it on by doing characters in real-life situations," he says, explaining the spin-off."So we hooked up with a brilliant prosthetics guy and tried to make [cockney car dealer character] Terry Tibbs work.Dismissed in some sneery circles as a one-joke premise, the crank calling-comedy displayed Novak's dextrous knack for accents and the sort of quotable characterisation that rings out in playgrounds up and down the country.Now he's decided to give Channel 4's phone bill a breather and take those characters and others out into the open for his new series, Facejacker.Therefore, it can not be translated to other languages effectively enough.
In the latest episode: Arielle Kebbel dishes on how she told her parents about her Fifty Shades Freed role, and Black Panther stars name the real-life heroes that inspired their characters.
In each episode there are several characters with different plots and stories.
Some of the performances are showing the "victims"' faces and location.
This helps the viewers see the reaction of the "fonejacked".
The other sort of jokes includes variety of people, who are called randomly or their face could not be shown.
The "dream role" took nearly a year to land and Novak can't help but gush about "the amazing cast" he worked with, and the "incredible script" that meant there was hardly any improvisation during filming.