“When things are going well, I get a little bit lost,” comedian Christopher Titus says. So he finds ways to stress himself out — such as writing, directing and producing “Special Unit,” a new movie. “And now I have to go edit it,” Titus says. “I wake up every morning sweating: ‘Oh my God, I didn’t get that shoot! It’s not going to work! This movie sucks!’ ”
“When things are going well, I get a little bit lost,” comedian Christopher Titus says. So he finds ways to stress himself out — such as writing, directing and producing “Special Unit,” a new movie. “And now I have to go edit it,” Titus says. “I wake up every morning sweating: ‘Oh my God, I didn’t get that shoot! It’s not going to work! This movie sucks!’ ” Nick Ut AP
“When things are going well, I get a little bit lost,” comedian Christopher Titus says. So he finds ways to stress himself out — such as writing, directing and producing “Special Unit,” a new movie. “And now I have to go edit it,” Titus says. “I wake up every morning sweating: ‘Oh my God, I didn’t get that shoot! It’s not going to work! This movie sucks!’ ” Nick Ut AP
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