He's a wealthy older (divorced) banker who is the father of one of her students. But, you know, the romances on a sitcom have a pretty short shelf life, and [with] the ones that have the potential to be the long-running romances, they, of course, have to throw obstacles in the way so that we get to watch more TV. I've finished my run, and they've finished doing this season.
And you can't help but root for him because he's a man who helps a damsel in distress when her car stalls in traffic. His home smells like Shakespeare, if Shakespeare were a darn cowboy. But I've been harassing her about how to get Russell back on, and so I cannot help you with that problem. I wouldn't mind more of the Russell distraction -- because like I said, I was trying really hard not to like him. It takes a step or two up and away from the mainstream pretty soon. What you'll see is a guy my age trying to act like a guy their age and it's not that good a fit, I think is the point of the story there. Well, really, all I had seen was the advertisements everywhere, and I knew Zooey's work for years.
In 2007, Bill and Laurie Bolthouse traveled to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Bill, a family physician, had volunteered to travel for a non-profit that was sending specialty surgical teams to the area.
The story is set in a world where a cataclysmic event has torn the barrier between our world and the next, leaving “Remants,” or ghost-like essences of the deceased, as part of everyday life.
Mulroney recently wrapped production on Fox’s “The Mountain Between Us” opposite Idris Elba and Kate Winslet.
Although, I call J "Kid" in this super-cute, ironic way.
Harmon can currently be seen in the CW series “The 100,” which was recently picked up for a fifth season. Harmon is repped by Pacific Artists Management and Authentic.
He just wrapped a starring role in the indie feature “Crypto.” Speer and Thorne’s previous collaboration was “Midnight Sun,” which Open Road set for an Aug. Speer made his feature debut with “Step Up Revolution” and is in post-production on “Status Update.” Fuchs wrote the script for “Wonder Woman.” “Break My Heart 1,000 Times” will be produced by Paul Brooks, with Scott Niemeyer, Brad Kessell, and Fuchs executive producing.
In Bessette’s , which takes place in the back streets of a tourist town in Southeast Asia, Dermot plays Alex, a human trafficking investigator. I still remember you most as Michael from ] That movie has become it’s own status symbol in a way to be honest with you. You end up having this out of body experience because you’re comparing your life to what’s happening and yourself in those circumstances, not just as an actor but as a human being. That was actually my very first trip to Asia and I was thrilled. You couldn’t even fit a full-sized Hollywood crew into some of the locations that we shot in. It reminded me of shooting a film in a crowded Asian city and they nailed it on that one. How did you bond with Mira Sorvino on this particular production? What can you reveal about , which Park Chan-Wook is directing? I haven’t seen the finished film, but for what it’s worth, the script was phenomenal.
Alex and his wife Claire (Mira Sorvino) are still dealing with the grief of losing their child years earlier. I had a nice weekend with the family and I’m going back to work in a couple of weeks for a terrific new project. I’ll be joining the cast of , a play that John Wells is directing. It was such a great project to have been involved with. This film gives you the impression that I’m a pedophile myself, I think, if that comes across. For the two locations I’m thinking about in particular, the quarters were so cramped. Did you have a chance to get familiar with each other prior to the shoot? My role is pretty small in that one, so I guess I’m answering your question by not revealing anything. It was really fun to learn about that part of our history, which I think spans around 25 years in the movie.