The Daily Quirk has posted another video interview from Tribeca. I can’t embed it, so go here to watch it.
This one showed up on YouTube a few hours ago – enjoy:
Hollywood Reporter has a new interview with Courteney Cox and the cast of Just Before I Go. Hit the link for the whole article.
With the end of Raising Hope this season, Dillahunt told THR that he’s embracing new opportunities even though he’ll miss working on the Fox sitcom.
“It was one of the best jobs I ever had,” Dillahunt said of Raising Hope. “It made for a good year for me because I’d get to do that for six months, try and make my coworkers laugh every day, and then go do movies for six months. It was kind of the perfect job in this crazy new landscape of television and film.”
“But, you know, all of them end. I guess it was its time,” he added. “I couldn’t be doing this new series that I’m doing called Hand of God for Amazon if I was going back to Raising Hope. I choose happiness!”
Just Before I Go has its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival tonight. HuffPost Live has a fun 27-min. interview with Courteney Cox, Olivia Thirlby, Seann William Scott and Garret from earlier today. The video includes the first clip from the film. Check it out:
The play will have its world premiere at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor (NY) next month as part of the 2014 Mainstage Season. Scott Schwartz is directing.
Here is what Broadway World is reporting:
CONVICTION tells the story of the family of Tom Hodges, a charismatic, confident and caring teacher that students adore and parents admire. The smart, wise-cracking colleague with all the answers. The neighbor who takes care of the neighborhood. The perfect husband and father. But when a student accuses Tom of crossing a line, everything changes. This delicately balanced, beautifully nuanced new family drama digs deep beneath the surface of a happy suburban existence to explore the damage done when seeds of mistrust are planted. It asks the question — How can we live with conviction when some questions cannot be answered?
The cast includes Garret Dillahunt (“Raising Hope,” “12 Years a Slave”) as Tom; Sarah Paulson (“American Horror Story,” “12 Years a Slave”) as his wife Leigh; Elizabeth Reaser (“Twilight” films, Second Stage’s revival of “How I Learned to Drive”) as their friend Jayne; Brian Hutchinson (“Man and Boy,” “Looped”) as her husband Bruce; and Daniel Burns (“Twelfth Night”, “Shipwrecked!”) as Tom and Leigh’s son Nicholas.
The play runs from May 27 to June 15. You can find the performance calendar here.
Single tickets will go on sale on May 15, and three-play subscriptions for the 2014 Mainstage Season are already available at baystreet.org.