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MF on the Red Carpet with Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham

MF got exclusive interviews with Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham on the red carpet of "At Any Price." Find out what Dennis Quaid recommends to stay fit at any age, and why Heather Graham loves to bare-it-all (literally) on camera.

The 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival is underway and Men's Fitness is front and center on the red carpet to interview some of your favorite stars. One of the films featured, Ramin Bahrani's At Any Price, stars Zac Efron, Dennis Quaid, and Heather Graham and centers around a longtime farmer and his racecar driver son who don't see eye to eye. In fact it seems the only thing this constantly feuding father and son can agree on is their taste in women—both of them are sleeping with the drop-dead-gorgeous character played by the one and only Heather Graham. And who can blame them? The Boogie Nights star is still as smoking hot as she was when she rolled onto the big screen and into our hearts.

We caught up with Dennis and Heather on the red carpet to find out how they stay fit and sexy. Watch the clip then read on below to hear more from Heather about her risque roles and the upcoming Hangover film. 

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MF: Can you give us a little taste of what to expect from The Hangover III?

HG: Ken Jeong (Mr. Chow) gets to kinda be a bit more crazy in it. I'm excited to see that. There's a lot more action.

Was it as fun to film the Hangover movies as it was for us to watch them?

It is really fun. But comedians and funny actors are actually really focused on set. They just want to get as many jokes in as possible. It isn't so much like "oh my God, this is so fun" it's more, "oh my God, how many more jokes can we get in here?" These guys are very serious about being funny.

Tell us about your comeback in The Hangover III.

I'm totally different than I was in Hangover I. Completely night and day.

Out of all of your films, what was your favorite role to play?

There were so many parts that were fun in different ways. It was really fun to be in Boogie Nights. That was just a moment in my career where I wasn't getting a a lot of work and then I suddenly got this great opportunity. It was just a lot of fun people and it was creatively fulfilling.

I also just wrote a script, and I wrote myself a part which is so freeing. It's about sexuality. It's a comedy about a girl that grows up Catholic and has to learn how to to have a healthy attitude about sexuality. My character is the main character, and there are two other female characters and the men they date. It's about women and sex from their point of view. I've seen so many movies about mens' attitudes about sex and sexuality, but I don't think there is really a raunchy comedy about women and their attitudes about sex.

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