James Marsden and Jack Black star together in "The D Train." (Greg Allen/Invision/AP)
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At an East Village restaurant over dinner recently, after ordering mussels and selecting a white wine, Jack Black proffered a theatrical "Gratzi" to the waitress.Black had just come from taping the "Tonight Show," where he and Jimmy Fallon remade the music video to the Extreme ballad "More Than Words".The movie was smaller than Black's normal output but it was acclaimed. Black, it turned out, is an exceptional character actor.Black started as a theater performer and has more range than he's sometimes credited for.In addition to "The D Train," Black stars in the upcoming satirical HBO series "The Brink," as well as two animated films: this fall's "Goosebumps" and next year's "Kung Fu Panda 3 ".In "The D Train," Black plays perhaps his least likable character.
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