The ''That '70s Show'' grad, 34, stars in the film ''The Big Wedding'' (out April 26), and an unlikely costar schooled him on rap. See what's on his playlist.

By Ray Rahman
Updated April 26, 2013 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Jay-z and Kanye West ”Why I Love You”

”Diane Keaton actually introduced this to me on the Big Wedding set. It’s crazy when Annie Hall turns you on to Watch the Throne! But I found out she listens to hardcore hip-hop on her headphones before every scene, and this was the one I remember her pumping the most.”

Carly Rae Jepsen ”Call Me Maybe”

”Has anyone heard this song yet? It’s super catchy! [Laughs]”

Labi Siffre ”If You Have Faith”

”He’s a great artist from the early ’70s, but sadly he’s now most famous for providing the hook on songs like Eminem’s ‘My Name Is.”’

José González ”Heartbeats”

”It was featured in a play I did last year, Lonely, I’m Not. A hundred performances in, it’s like the play itself — you see all the deep, emotional stuff you missed the first few times.”

The White Panda ”Mo Free Mo Fallin”’

”I’m not crazy about the whole mash-up thing, but this is Tom Petty’s ‘Free Fallin’ with ‘Mo Money Mo Problems.’ You wouldn’t think they go together, but it’s like peanut butter and jelly, man! Two good flavors put together.”

The Big Wedding

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  • Justin Zackham