Was Adam Goldberg at all upset that he wasn’t involved in the sequel? Did you confer with him?
Not really. [Laughs] He probably was a little upset. He wasn’t very happy with the first film.
Really? Why not?
He didn’t like it… He didn’t love it. The first time he saw it he sent me a text, he was like, “You could have made a great film and you kind of failed.” I was like, “OK. Thank you.” [Laughs] Yeah, he didn’t like it, which is fine! I was not even angry at him; he’s a very complex person.
And you dated him…
And I dated him. Yeah, I’m not angry at him, I’m not angry at anybody on the planet…I know where Adam comes from and he wanted something a little less funny, he wanted to be taken more seriously or something, I don’t know; it came from some weird place.
Julie Delpy on Moving from “2 Days in Paris” to “2 Days in New York”
Yes the movie had its flaws, but I couldn’t care less because I was too busy laughing. Thumbs up. Go see. That is all.