Marlon Wayans' career is shockingly diverse, considering he's been in everything from "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood" and "Mo' Money" to "Requiem for a Dream" and "The Ladykillers." But he's back to his old insane comic stylings in "A Haunted House 2," a spoof of horror movies like "The Conjuring," and that means he's plenty vulgar, plenty weird, and plenty naked, actually. 

We caught up with Wayans (who is only 41 even though he's been famous for 20+ years) to discuss making child actors say vulgar things, writing nude scenes for himself, and why dramatic movies are much easier to film than comedies.