Jesse Eisenberg is not the trickster type. When asked if he would use the skills he learned while researching his role as a magician in Now You See Me to pick up women in bars, Eisenberg demurs.
"I feel very guilty doing magic because you're deceiving somebody," Eisenberg says. "When I am with David Kwong [the American illusionist who trained him] and he does magic, people love it and they don't want to know. I just feel immediately guilty that I tricked them and tell them how it's done and David gets upset and the night ends pretty early."
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