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Charlie Day & Burn Gorman

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While the majority of big-budget monsters vs robots actioner Pacific Rim is understandbly a tad serious, comic support arrives in the shape of a pair of mismatched scientists, played by Charlie Day and Burn Gorman.

Fans of darkly hilarious US show It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia and big screen comedies such as Horrible Bosses will be familiar with Day while British actor Gorman has made his face known thanks to roles in Game of Thrones, The Dark Knight Rises and Torchwood.

We spoke to the unlikely duo about UK vs US language differences, pretending to hate each other on-screen and their idea for Pacific Rim 2. It's a doozy.

Pacific Rim hits cinemas July 12

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