Brea Grant and Seth Cassell share their experiences of working in the “crazy” movie “Oliver, Stoned.” In an exclusive interview with International Business Times, the two actors talked about how working in the movie project was “fun” for both of them.

The main plot of the movie revolves around Oliver (Cassell), who is described as the “world’s biggest stoner,” trying to locate a stolen car. Events in the movie force him to steal an ice cream truck and seek the help of his friends.

Grant described her character Megan as a “ slightly uptight girl who meets Oliver and gets drawn into his crazy adventure.” She said that she was chosen to be a part of the movie project “because it was a fun, quirky script.”

“The characters are silly and interesting and it’s funny! Plus, who doesn’t love a stoner comedy?” the actress said.

While talking about what it was like to work in the movie, Grant said that her role was “essentially to wear weird clothes.” “I had to run a very long way in a blue wrestler onesie that we called 'the blueberry,' which is one of the more embarrassing things I’ve done in my career,” she said.

Cassell, on the other hand, described working in the movie as “going to a crazy summer camp with great friends.” “We were working on a shoestring budget and putting in crazy hours… but it never felt like “work”…. at least not for me,” he said.

The actor said that his favorite part of “Oliver, Stoned,” from a filming and editing standpoint, was everything that happens in “Oliver’s room” a.k.a. the garage. Cassell also liked the way the lighting was done and added that director Tom Morris and the production team made him and Grant look great in the movie.

Talking about what attracted him to the project, Cassell said that he was just happy to be working in the industry at this point in time.

“Well…. Let’s be real, at this stage in the game, I’m just happy to be working. But in a perfect world, the script and the relationships are usually what attract me to projects. I have to be able to find a redemptive quality in the character. Sometimes that is half the fun,” he said.

“Oliver, Stoned” will be released on DVD and digital Aug. 4. Cassell’s next projects are two new indie features slated for 2016.

“I am very excited about a cameo I make in a thriller called 'Patchwork.' I play a B list TV star who hits on the wrong girl at the bar… It was a great experience,” he said.

Source: YouTube/ Oliver Barnes

Source: YouTube/ Oliver Barnes