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I don't know if "in the works" is the right way to put it, because I don't believe it's actually happening until I get an offer, but there are actions being taken. What question do you get asked most frequently in interviews?  When you do a press junket, they kind of all have three questions that are exactly the same and they all start out with them—"What's your character?
BROWN: Is there someone to whom I should start a letter campaign? STARR:  I don't think it's about letters at this point. BROWN: Not as popular as they were in the States, but I remember hearing "Gravel Pit" a lot.
If [good] communication isn't present, you can lose something and end up very unhappy.
BROWN: There are lots of directors that have a reputation for being very difficult but make excellent films—Lars Von Trier, for example, would you avoid working with someone like him?
And it played out like a really good short story ..extra padding, every scene had a point. I sort of wish he had made more little movies like this instead of getting stuck in a Smallville contract.
Michael Rosenbaum fans will be happy too since he has plenty of shirtless scenes and he gets to play the fratboy ass character he can probably do in his sleep.
STARR: I would certainly want to open a dialogue to see if it is something I'd be comfortable with, but I take it person to person. STARR: My first question would be: "Why is there a peculiar density to your flatulence, and why does it smell as badly as it does?
I didn't know if we were seeing the same script, or the same story, or the same end goal. Now you know me, I think this interview is pretty much over. I grew up in LA and I've been fortunate enough to be doing this for a great deal of years; if someone is thinking of me as they're writing something I take it as a huge compliment and hope that it's an interesting character at least. BROWN: Would you ever want to write your own series or film?
In a half-hour film, director Liz Allen manages to create a world we all recognize--the world of the struggling adolescent outsider seeking entrance to the mainstream--in this case, the wrestling team.
I think the lead actor was in Freaks and Geeks too, but I'm not positive.
Initially, in my opinion, there was a hope to find another network to take us on and allow further growth of the show, [but] that wasn't being allowed by the network. Apparently they're making a movie about ODB's life.
Now, as far as I understand, we have their approval if we can get a movie off the ground.