The absolute best part was towards the end, when the Dominican Republic candidates (who were both NY'ers) were dumped.
Their mothers were interviewed, and wow were they two tough little mamas.
Soneone's such a lousy lay that the producer changes their mind? Or that a higher up pretends they will get someone a role if that person sleeps with them, but lies just to get sex. " Mendes.) I think it was that Southern-set noir with Denzel Washington ("Out of Time"), but I see that she's a veteran of the "Children of the Corn" franchise as well. George Lucas couldn't decide between Mark Hamill and Michael O'Keefe and left the final decision up to Gareth Wigan, then a top Fox executive.
"He's doing a movie in Pittsburgh called Abduction and then he's got the next Twilight movie.
We talked about it a lot, he is a friend, and I really wanted to make it work.
I have a question about actors cast based on couch performance.
As an example: Say it is true that Hayden Christensen got the role in 'Life as a House' in that manner.
"I am sceptical about this, because of all the rumors that Bryan Singer is fixated on teen boys. There is a really great anecdote about Rock Hudson using the casting couch in the book The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson.
Routh doesn't seem to be his type." Bryan isn't only into teens. Rock was sleeping with a high powered exec at Universal (I forget his name).
How do actors like Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas feel about having to work with an actor that was not cast for acting ability but fuckability?
"I wanted Taylor [Lautner] to do it, I really did," Singer stated.
Well, Telemundo just started airing 1/2 hour teasers of "Diessa Coronado", a novela about sexual harassment in a beauty contest in Mexico.