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MessageSujet: Starry Constellation Magazine - Good Morning Killer   Ven 2 Déc - 19:44

Starry Constellation Magazine - Good Morning Killer

Q) I was just wondering, what do you do to keep up the positive attitude and keep creating such great work?

A) I guess it’s just who I am. I don’t know. I kind of just enjoy life and try to keep finding fun projects to work on and I’m fortunate enough to keep finding them and people keep wanting to make them with me. And in between, I intersperse that with my family, my kids and, you know, try and enjoy life.

Q) Did you enjoy the experience of playing an FBI character?

A) Yes, I really did. I’d never played an FBI agent and found it fascinating just trying to get into the mind of a, you know, a kidnapper, a rapist and track this guy. It sounds very fascinating. And obviously it was based on a wonderful novel so we had a lot of things to draw from. And it’s a very rich, rewarding experience actually.

Q) There are several other novels featuring your character. Is this something you’d like to continue doing later again revisiting this?

A) I would love to. It’s actually something we talked about from the beginning. And it ended up being such a wonderful filming experience I think for all of us involved that we were instantly hoping to do more. So hopefully it goes in that direction.

Q) Is there an aspect of this character that you connect with or you really just didn’t like?

A) I actually found her fascinating. She’s not a perfect woman by any means. She’s very smart, very good at her job, very much in control there. But very much not in control in her personal life, picks very bad relationships. And definitely has some issues, which I found as an actress really fun to play.

Q) Well, what was the most interesting thing that you learned about being an FBI agent?

A) You know, I really didn’t know too much about the FBI. I got a chance to go down to the headquarters in Los Angeles and really learned a lot just touring the offices for several hours and finding out, you know, all the different areas that they cover from bank robberies to terrorism and, you know, anything of course that crosses state lines. But also like hate crimes and cyber crimes and things like that, which I really didn’t fully understand what the FBI did and how they protect us as American Citizens and they’re kind of a combination of sort of military and law enforcement, just everything rolled into one. And really, really gained some new knowledge and respect.

Q) If the Internet movie database is to be believed, William Devane started working the year you were born. What was it like working with such a veteran actor?

A) It was fantastic. He plays my grandfather in the script as a great character, kind of just a crotchety old, you know, cop who thinks he knows better then me and thinks the FBI are a bunch of (whooses) and, you know, so we have this sort of love-hate relationship. But we had a blast. He’s definitely been around and, you know, knows how to fill a character’s shoes. It was really fun.

Q) I was just curious because you talked about the research you did and as a craft for your profession. How much research do you think is needed? When do you know when you’ve done enough research?

A) Yes, you know, to me it’s kind of ongoing even throughout the filming I think. There’s a point in the beginning where you really know nothing about the character. And to me that’s always scary especially if you’re, you know, depends on how close you’re getting to start of production date. But, you know, very rapidly it all starts to come together, which reading the script and reading the novel and meeting FBI agents and asking a ton of questions and, you know, just doing your research, it’s like little by little, it’s like you’re putting on layers of this character and you start to kind of get a sense of it. And for me, it usually all comes together on the first day of filming where, you know, okay, there I am and I’m in a costume. I’m wearing the suit of this FBI agent. I’ve got the badge, the gun, you know, and you start saying the lines. And then it kind of - it all comes together and progresses over the next, you know, few days. But even then I’m always looking and searching and finding out more and, you know, I really think that the more you study, the more you do that, the more you find.

Q) What’s your workout routine like to stay in shape for these roles?

A) You know, most of the (workout) is done before we start filming because once we start filming, honestly, especially something like this where I’m in every single scene, most - you know, most every day. I don’t think I had a day off on this one. So it becomes harder and harder to work out. You know, you’re getting more and more tired and you just do a few pushups here and there, sit ups, you know, in the morning. But before I start filming, it’s pretty rigorous. I definitely do, like, an hour, hour and a half, sometimes up to two hours a day just getting in shape and, you know, getting lean and getting strong and doing some martial arts and, you know, whatever else I can depending on the role.

Q) Do you play any competitive sports?

A) No, I haven’t had time. I pretty much just do stuff with my trainer at the gym or if I do martial arts I do a class or something.

Q) What were some of your favorite moments that you had from filming on, “Good Morning Killer?”

A) Oh, let’s see. So many. It was really, really one of the best experiences I’ve had filming, both the story and everyone involved in making it. All the actors were really wonderful from Cole Hauser and Titus Welliver and some great, great talent. But I don’t know. I loved doing the scenes that involved the killer, the bad guy. Those were - without giving anything away or what kind of scenes they were, very intense and very emotional and, yes, kind of very challenging to shoot a well. But yes, those are probably my favorite I would have to say.

Q) Why do you think people will want to take the time to watch, “Good Morning Killer?”

A) Well, if they’re anything like me, they like to be entertained and so many people - myself included - like mysteries and thrillers and I know I’ve always been fascinated with serial killers or, you know, this is the kidnapper/rapist. But, you know, that - what makes somebody do that? And to me it’s fascinating. So to have something that’s based on such a wonderful novel with such a great story I think makes for some good, fun popcorn-eating, soda-drinking movie watching, you know.

Q) Also, what are the other projects you’re working on? I know you were last speaking to us about (B Ring) and about another witch film.

A) Yes. Well, let’s see, we’ve got - I’m doing Army Wives right now. We just got picked up for ten more episodes in this season. So (I’ll be) busy for a little while but - yes, yes, we’ll do 23 episodes now. And hoping to, you know, some talk of maybe another, “Good Morning Killer,” movie or series after Army Wives. Or some other projects that I’m working on as well as the producer and developing, but you know me, always - I’m always busy. Always working on something.

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