CJ Adams got his start in films quite young. He was six when he made Dan in Real Life with Steve Carell and for his next film -- he reunited with that film’s writer-director Peter Hedges for the Disney produced The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
Movie Fanatic caught up with the rising star for an exclusive video interview where he asks a youthful, yet accurate question. “There’s not that many movies out there that has a kid that has leaves on his legs,” Adams said. “Have you?” The young star also tells us what it was like to have Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton play his onscreen parents.
There was also one drawback, especially for a child. A favorite dish of his is one he will be doing without for some time. “You could smell mac and cheese for a week,” Adams said of a particular scene where he is covered in the food. “I’ve had my fill of mac and cheese for a while.”