One would think the actor would be excited for the January 6th premiere of the IFC sitcom "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret," in which he plays a dull guy who sells energy drinks to people in London. Even more thrilling than infusing the Brits with caffeine, Cross gets to appear with his "Arrested Development" co-star Will Arnett again! Unfortunately, all he has on his mind is bad food.
"Craft services suck. There'd be tea -- tons of tea... tons and tons of tea -- maybe some coffee, some sweets, and this awful, dense, moist thing that everybody would love to eat that was horrific," Cross told BlackBook. "And a tin of biscuits. I'm used to a huge spread they put out in the states just in case a guy from the network might drop by for a minute. There didn't seem to be much of a situation in which the suits, to use the American terminology, would come over."
This isn't the first time David Cross has had a negative comment to share with the press. "This last film was literally, without question, the most unpleasant experience I've ever had in my professional life," Cross told Indiewire last month of "Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked." "It's safe to say I won't be working with some of those people ever again. Not the actors. And the director [Mike Mitchell] was great. We got along. It was just a really awful, unpleasant experience."
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