- Changes from the book made for a better film (they really did, this movie was >).Dylan said: "I understand wanting it to be exactly the way you pictured it when you’re passionate about something. But, I really do trust what we’ve done. I really trust how we’ve taken elements from the second and third book, and we’ve kind of rearranged them; we've left things out here and there that may not necessarily work for the screen."
- He cooked for the cast: "I always whip up chicken cutlets or something. Or, I make chicken parm and pasta, or something like that."
- On being the lead actor instead of supporting role: "It was a cool new thing for me. It was just a great, different experience for me as an actor. It taught me a lot about a different plan — being a different role both on-set and within a story. It taught me a lot. "
- On pressures of being the first on the call sheet: "It’s honestly just pressure that I put on myself when I’m working. It’s just how I operate. I did the same thing playing baseball growing up. When I would screw up a play or something, I would get mad at myself. I would get pissed at myself. I want to do a good job, and that’s just how I operate. I never really feel the pressure of leading a franchise; I kind of only get that brought up to me when I’m doing interviews and stuff. "
- On keeping in touch with cast: "Even if a character died, if you were once a part of the experience, you're always a part of the group. We always see one another, no matter what."
this movie was so good like