Topher Grace came of age on the small screen, in the hit sitcom That ’70s Show. Acting was never necessarily part of the grand plan when he was younger, however, so he’s leveraged the success of that experience into a more diverse portfolio on the big screen, dabbling in everything from action movies (Predators) and big-budget comic book adventures (Spider-Man 3) to political dramas (Too Big To Fail) and more offbeat dramedies (In Good Company). His new film is The Double, an espionage thriller in which he stars with Richard Gere, as an old-and-new pair of government operatives trying to track down a long-dormant but newly resurfaced Russian assassin. I recently had the opportunity to participate in a small press day with Grace, and ask him about his new movie, his affinity for filmic ensembles, and why he thinks babies hate him. The conversation is excerpted over at ShockYa, so click here for the read.