Matt (on auditioning for his role on "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning"): I'm a New York actor, so I heard about the project, and I put myself on tape twice from New York. And they said they were interested in me, so I flew myself out to L.A. to test for it with Michael Bay. And a great thing about this movie, and another way I think it's unique, is that there is more exposition. You really get to know the protagonists of this movie a lot more in the beginning, and hopefully invest in them somehow so that when bad things do happen to them, you really care. And I think that Michael Bay just wanted to make sure - there wasn't a lot of screaming and yelling. I think they could figure out from the scenes whether or not you could pull that off. I think he wanted to just see more of whether or not I understood the character's duality - how he could be a nice guy with his girlfriend, but how ultimately he is this military guy who has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders.