Scotty Don’t!

Green Sees An End to AUSTIN POWERS
Though “Austin Powers” creator Mike Myers is open to the possibility of more sequels of his spy spoof blockbuster, Seth Green thinks “Goldmember” is a good way to go out.
“It feels to me like this is the end of the movies,” said Green, who plays Dr. Evil’s son Scotty. “It would be a fitting end and I think a satisfying one for audiences. If there were to be some kind of continuation, I would leave that up to Mike to see where we go with it.”
Green says he had to take his role as Doctor Evil’s son seriously so he wouldn’t laugh when he and Myers did their “Scotty Don’t” routine.
“I just decided to really commit to the reality of it,” Green told reporters. “You know, this is my dad and I hate him. And he’s trying to be stupid and make fun of me in front of all these people. And I’m not going to laugh at you because you’re dumb. And coming from that place, it is a little bit easier to not break. And if I found myself laughing, I would just make it into something (like that’s) ‘so stupid, don’t you just see how dumb he is?'”
Green said he was surprised to see his silly dance at the end of “Goldmember” make the final cut.
“That was not intended for public consumption,” he explained. “If you watch the movie, you can actually see where the real scene ends: A close-up with me falling out of chair was supposed to happen.
“I was just doing something silly for the gag reel. I come into ADR and (director) Jay (Roach) goes, ‘You remember that dance you did?’ and I said, ‘The dance I did? The gag reel thing?’ And he was like, ‘Yeah. Yeah, we made that the end of the movie.’ And I was just horrified, horrified.”
“Austin Powers in Goldmember,” the second sequel about the toothy, oversexed spy, collected nearly $73 million to set a weekend debut record for a comedy film.