Joan Watson, who plays in the TV series "Elementary", which started on the channel CBS, Lucy Liu in an interview with PARADE told about how to turn the legendary assistant of the famous detective in a woman, and whether the romance between her and Sherlock Holmes played by Jonny Lee Miller.
On the dynamics of the relationship between Joan and Sherlock.
"He really had to start listening to, allow himrself to be more open and mature. Genius of Sherlock Holmes - in his brilliant mind and competence, but he has no humanity, which has Joan. Watson gently begins to teach him certain things. When you're dealing with people possessed by something, you can not get them to stop abusing it. You have to let them deal with the addiction itself. Thus, Joan sows a field, watered it, and allows the sun to warm her with its rays. Between Joan and Sherlock are relations, and Sherlock can not stop them. Partly he enjoys it. I think it is - a great start".
How Joan was involved in the case.
"Joan Sherlock holds on a long leash, allowing him to do what he wants, but when it gets out of control, she can always pull the reins and make it fully dedicate her the ropes. You must take me into account. Listen or stop. This is a very effective mechanism, which forces him to stop and bluff. You will see how he comes out of himself. But it allows him to be who he is, occasionally pressing the brakes."
On the romantic relationship between Joan and Sherlock.
"I do not think that the producers have ever uttered" no "romantic relationship between Holmes and Watson, but I think they would like to see this stage will not come so quickly. I do not think that love in crime series can help by on the contrary, it creates a barrier. She can focus on all the attention. Maintaining the same interest in the development of the individual, on the contrary, draws attention. Therefore, we will not turn the relationship into a major bottleneck in their companionship and the motive for the audience to see the show. Occur between them something or not, it will depend on their personal development. "
"She's smart, and she can raise the intellectual level. She is not forced to look stupid. If you are next to a man like Sherlock, and did not win his respect in the first day, you will not long enough."
What's wrong with Walter? Will Hank react to his great discovery? Will Jesse return to meth business? Whether there will be a jump in time before the final episode? Next creator «Breaking Bad» Vince Gilligan answers burning questions in an interview.
Did Walt actually throw meth business?
You can take his word for it or not. Personally, I believe that when Walt reported this Skyler, he told the truth. Did he cook his last bulk? We are still working on the final episodes.
How often do we see Jesse, since he went out of business?
He is still much to be done. Just because he went out of business does not mean that he will not be on the show. The series would have lost a lot without the acting talent of Aaron Paul.
After the scene with medical examination showed us that Walter has decided to quit the business. Does this mean that the cancer has returned to Walter?
Let's just say we never tried to do pointless scenes. If we decided to put the scenery and shoot the scene, then it must be a good reason ... this scene is not just.
What can you say about the scene at the beginning of the fifth season of the bearded Walter in a diner?
The action scenes are approximately 10-12 months after the event (first half) of the fifth season. So we briefly looked into the future. Did we see the very end? Possible. You'd be surprised how few of the last eight episodes we wrote. So far, we have only a general outline.
Does this mean that we can expect a jump in time?
Probably. Since the events of the pilot episode were about fourteen or fifteen months. So at some point, perhaps, there will be a small jump.
How could always careful Mike to let Walt beat himself?
We all sometimes feel sorry about something. Mike was always physically superior to Walt ... We've seen how he easily chained Walt to a radiator. Turn his back on Walt was a bad idea, but what to do, Mike was full of worries then ... it was a tactical mistake. Conclusion: never turn your back to Walter White.
What will be relations between Walt and Jesse?
In their last scene is clearly present, nostalgia, and the scene was like the parting of the two characters. Jesse got his. This season, he was not so much an assistant as a full partner ... However, their partnership has a crack and will not be restored: Jesse holding a gun in his belt, he does not trust his former partner.
I'm afraid I can only say the following: Seven writers, including myself, have long argued about it. We went through every option. It is difficult to imagine what Hank was thinking ... I think this is the most terrible discovery of his life.
What else can you say about the last eight episodes?
It's over. We learn the fate of all the characters. Writers will be given the best they can. We both fear and relief, knowing that it was past eight hours. There is talk about the film - so far we have not thought of. But now we do not have any restrictions on the plot.
Do you feel the pressure due to the ending?
I understand that you can not adapt to the expectations of the audience. And we must not forget that the show looks a lot of fans, but they are all unique. So please, there is nothing more dangerous than to come up with the ending, which, as you think will please a lot of people. Ending will be judged much more severely than any other previous episode. So the best solution is to try to imagine that there is no pressure.
Should Walt be punished by the end of the series?
He should not. Somewhere in the world right now, someone got away with murder hands. Maybe I can get away to Walter. Nor, for that matter, there was such a satisfactory ending? It's an unusual episode. I'm very proud, but often realize that sympathize with the man who met in life, gone over to the other side of the street ... He's a bad guy. But he's smart, works hard and is experiencing the deepest feelings, so he involuntarily begin to empathize. Sometimes I "support" for him, sometimes I want he to be hit by a car. So is a "satisfactory" ending - the right ending?
Cillian Murphy, who plays psychic-debunker fraud in a thriller Rodrigo Cortes “Red Lights”, screened at the Festival Sundance Film Festival, in an interview resource CraveOnLine talked about his work on the film and about possible involvement in the final part of "The Dark Knight 2: The Legend Continues" .
- Since then, as the "Red Lights" were shown at festivals, has the film undergone any changes?
I think it slightly corrected.
- Had you reshoot some scenes in?
No changes were mounting.
- If the end has undergone a change, did not work out so that your role in the film and the game now look different?
No, because the essence of the finale remains the same - just get a compressed version of it. In any case, better to ask this question, Rodrigo, as he is the man who has decided to amend.
- "Red Lights" an excellent drama about the supernatural, but even if we assume that similar phenomena - reality, the film still has no definite answer to this question.
Yes, for me personally, the question of paranormal phenomena is reduced to two points of view expressed are those who believe in the supernatural, and the skeptics. In this film, I was repelled by the image of my hero: his energy, his obsession and, finally, his way to take himself - that's what worried me. I see two main driving factors: the world around us and the paranormal, which I either accept or not. It is with this deal and Tom Buckley.
- How is to play a major role in the film with Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver on the sidelines?
(Laughs) Yeah, this fact does not meet in my head. It's kind of ridiculous and will never become commonplace. It will always be extraordinary, because these guys - my heroes, they are a legend. I think it's a tribute to the quality of work they wanted execute the project. Rodrigo acquired those actors who wanted from the very beginning.
You know, these people are in a separate category. When the camera turns and you're shooting a scene, there are just two actors under the floodlights, and when the light goes off, you immediately think, "Wow, I just co-starred with Robert De Niro, it's unbelievable."
- Are you still doing tests for the movies?
If there is such a need. Good movie, really good, very few and rare, and everyone wants to get them. So, if that is what you want, you do the sample. I always thought that the actors and listen to sample - part of the work. Of course, very pleased when a large part of your job becomes your calling card, but I do not have anything against trials.
- The last sample you did for the movie ...?
Do not even remember now. Thing is that you often meet with the same people. First you are working with someone for the first time, after a while they invite you again, because you have learned in the case and then you get the role of thumb.
- 2005 brought many changes to you, is not it?
I do not know what happened in 2005?
- "Night Flight" and "Batman Begins."
Exactly. Probably the two biggest of the project. I think that the film "28 Days Later" became for me a kind of tipping point, because the first time I played the lead role, but the picture had a resonance in the states, while other films in which I was occupying, were largely independent Irish films, which, except in Europe, nobody was interested in. So, the "28 Days Later" - is a watershed.
- You had the chance to appear in "Dark Knight 2: The Legend Continues"?
It will rolled out in July, is not it? Then all of us, including the eager journalists have not long to wait (laughs).
- But if you were not there, you can simply say "no"?
Well, is not it great just to go to the movie and enjoy it? We're all obsessed with spoilers. Why? Let's enjoy the movie. I know now, the era of the Internet, but there is something chaste to look forward to viewing, not reading script, or without thinking, what the actors you see there.
- You are right, and I do not expect that you will answer my question.
I just think that all I have now asked about the same.
- In the "Throne: The Legacy" You had an interesting role. You are going to participate in future film of franchise?
It is not anticipated that my character back. Since I am a big fan of the original film, I did my best to get into the movie. I satisfied my craving, so I do not think I shall appear in these films.
- Already written the script for the third film.
- So you really have not heard anything.
No, not heard.
- Have you changed your acting skills since you started acting?
Yes, when I first started acting, especially in films, I've never practiced. I never intended to become an actor, so sometimes I felt like I was interfering in the affairs of others. I think with age you gain experience and confidence. You learn patience. I am sure that you change with age. It is said to be an actor, it takes 30 years, so I have created an even 15.
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dania Ramirez in an interview with the resource Collider talked about their work in the thriller "Premium Rush". Read excerpts from the interview below.
- How did you both get into the project?
Dania Ramirez: When my agent gave me the script, I read it for fun, but then decided to read again and think about my character and how I can show her on the screen. By the time the project was already occupied by Joe, and I know that the director is David Koepp, whose script I admired. So I went to audition, and then I was invited again in order to try with Joe some scene together and see if we approach each other as partners. We will do it right.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: The first time when I was given the script to read "Premium Rush", I was filming the drama "50/50" the movie about a guy who is struggling with the disease, and whose body is beginning to give up. My hero is a very strong person and is sure in his body. So the offer to ride a bike in New York during the summer looked very cool.
- Were you sure at 100% that you can play bike messengers? Were you arrogant?
Dania Ramirez: I do not know whether you can call yourself a self-assured, if you are confident. You just put yourself in a situation in which you will have to have a certain level of faith in your own strength and to know that you know how to do something well.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: It does not matter you're a messenger or just going on a bike, you can not doubt. You must be confident and reasonably able to make decisions and implement them. This is one of the main features of my character - Wiley. He takes the split-second decisions without hesitation. But I would call it a quality self-confidence, not arrogance.
- Have you more fun or work contrary to expectations?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: It was crazy fun!
Dania Ramirez: Oh, I think it was a bomb!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: I expected it to be fun, that's what happened. And I also know that I will have to work hard, and we did it.
Dania Ramirez: I expect that it will be very difficult, as it was assumed that the film we have to drive a bike, so I knew that exercise will be healthy. But as aspects of gladness, of course, it was present at the shooting, and now, when I look at the screen.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: I would like to prepare, how to be in shape and learn how to ride your best. For me it was important.
- Joe, if you compare your work in such action, as the "Cobra", "Inception", "Time loop", how hard was to shot in "Premium Rush"?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Well, in terms of physical effort, the first "Premium Rush", and in the back of it breathing "Inception." I spent a bike all day, every single day. The entire film is on the bike. In "Inception" there were a lot of cool action scenes, but here is one action-packed scene in the whole movie.
Dania Ramirez: We need to take into account that most of the film we travel by bicycle, while talking to each other. Therefore, in the first six weeks of training before we went to train in New York, we set a stamina, because it was impossible to stray from the breath during dialogues. You have to shoot the scene and go with very fast in the heart of New York City. Education is different from training to other action games.
- What particularly surprised you in the bike culture and bike messengers themselves?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: For myself, I noted a sense of belonging to this community. There is a real culture and ethics of the bike messengers, as well as among the people who love to ride bikes.
Dania Ramirez: They genuinely respect each other. Before, when I saw the messengers on bicycles, I thought of them as an individual person. Now I understand that they are connected to each other by bonds.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: They preach a moral: more bikes and fewer cars. If the majority of people will use bicycles instead of cars, the air will be cleaner, and people will be in the best physical shape. Great - really the best form of transport, when it comes to how to get from point A to point B. A car should be used to carry heavy things.
- Did you like working with Michael Shannon? How much of what he did, was written in the script?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: It is, of course, graced the stage with his presence, but mostly it was not improvised. It was a well-written script, which at one time attracted all of us to participate in the project. Shannon was fun! I think Shannon perfectly fit in this range.
- Joe, you wrote the script and shot your first feature film, is not it?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Yeah, I'm a screenwriter, and director of the project under the name "Don Jon's Addiction". I learned so much by working with great directors, that I decided to take a chance. Closer to the premiere I will talk to you guys about my movie. My breath catches at the thought that I had removed Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore. We had a lot of fun!
- How often do people ask you to explain the ending of "Inception"?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Not very often. But my favorite movies are those that trigger the desire to start a conversation.
Head of entertainment TV channel Showtime, David Nevins in an interview with Collider reported on the status of some of the popular TV series such as "Dexter," "Borgia," "Californication," "Homeland". He also mentioned a new project, "Masters of Sex" and drama "Conquest", on which is working Ron Howard.
- The decision on the fact that 7 and 8 will be the last season for "Dexter" are right or hope to continue depending on whether what the outcome of Season 8?
I think this is the most likely scenario, but no statements today I can do. Plans can always change. In season 7 of the case took an interesting turn, considering that Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) found out who is her brother. In general, we look where we will make history. I'm not trying to change the tone of our intentions, but it would be foolish of me not to leave the door open for someone who can say: "We've got an idea. We want to do things differently." But I think I know exactly what will happen this year, and what happens next. Thus, there will be 2 seasons of Dexter, as planned. I just do not make any definitive statements.
- It seems that the TV series "Masters of Sex" is pretty bold. The script is based on the book of Thomas Mayer?
Yes, it will be a serious drama. It filmed by Michael Sheen, a great dramatic actor. But the show also will be a lot of humor. Since the book covers a large time period, we hope that this project is not for one year.
- What can you tell us about the drama, which takes place at the time of the Aztecs Ron Howard's "Conquest"?
The series is in the very early stages of development. On the one hand, it was about him for many years and we have repeatedly discussed this issue with Ron. On the other hand, we do not have a script. Can get a very interesting show with elements of genre supernatural and horror, it was really awful, full of terrible things about the clash between two very different cultures in the old days, when the magic and mysticism were the basis of the views of the Spanish Catholics and the Aztecs. It was very advanced, advanced civilization in many areas, including math and science, but the brutal and intense. It was a mixture of such utter. Nobody has filmed TV series of that period, and I'm always in search of new territories. One of the reasons that I really do not want to talk about this show, due to the fear that someone else wants to use our idea, which, no doubt, is hidden a huge potential.
- For your personal forecast how many seasons of "Borgia" will we see? Who removed the third ...
The initial plan is envisaged four seasons. Now we are given a "green light" to the 3rd. At this point, removed the first two episodes. Likely, as planned, will be filmed for another season, but I have not yet applied for a fourth. And who said that after the fourth we do not want to shoot next? But we are trying to make decisions about when to end the series, from an artistic point of view. Thus, the final word always rests with the creators.
- What is the status of the series “Episodes" ?
We are discussing the details right now, but I expect that the "Episodes" will return. Unlike our other series, the show is aired out the schedule and basically it depends on its creators - David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik. I respect their desire to do a show just by hand: they write and edit every episode of their own. Thus, the air is slightly delayed. But I intend to continue to cooperate.
- What about the "Weeds"?
I read the final version of the script, and I think it contains answers to many questions. It is very carefully planned. As for Mary-Louise, she is gorgeous and can do everything, so I'll be happy to continue working with her. And then there is our contribution that we came up with a heroine that she wants to play. But I'm sure the audience has every chance to see Mary-Louis and the Showtime even after "Weeds" will end.
For it, there are opened all the horizons. I look forward in anticipation of the release the second season, and I am sure it will be up to par. This season, the writers present us a very courageous decision. So expect that by the end of the second episode, you exclaim," Damn damn! "By the end you will get the third path on which the story will go into the second season. And we keep the door open, I think you understand what I mean.
- What about "Californication"?
To be honest, I'm not sure. I think next year will be success for the show. A successful combination of comedy and heartfelt. This season we will have two great guest stars. See. We will put episode aired, and then take appropriate action. But in my opinion, the writers have prepared us a lot of fun.
- How are you doing with the TV series "The Big С"?
I want to announce today that we complete "The Big C" four-hour series. The show has always required delicate handling to it, and I can not help but mention the three most talented people - Darley Hunt, Jenny Bix and Laura Linney, with whose help was made this risky idea. From the beginning, this show was unique in its premise and tone, and I am extremely proud that we came up with a unique and non-trivial way to end the history of Katy.
Here are some excerpts from the interview.
- What are you going to do first of all?
First of all it is necessary to determine the producer and host of the ceremony of "Oscar". The second point - to make sure that we will earn $ 100 million in October for the museum, which will allow us to continue to fill up its collection. Our third task - to make sure that everyone in America and around the world know Academy in the educational sphere, and that makes for the preservation of film. I mean not just physical safety film or digital media, but also the protection of art of cinema itself. I want to continue to promote to the masses the idea that the Academy is inspiration for the next generation of filmmakers. And the Academy - is not only "Oscar." The year has 364 days, during which time we do a lot for our community and the world at large. I want to be sure that everyone knows about it.
- Has Tom Chirac, former president, already started looking for a producer for the ceremony of "Oscar"? Did he discuss it with you?
I became the President just few months ago. As an official, I know that the negotiations were conducted. I hope the decision will be taken soon. We are thinking about this and the answer will be forthcoming.
- Whatever you personally, would like to see the ceremony of the "Oscar"?
I'd like to see the ceremony was longer (laughs). Seriously, I think, "Oscar" will become something more than just a TV show. It will be digital. I hope that as this year, viewers will watch "Oscar" and use the service Oscars.org. I am eager to do one thing: the position of "It's great to be nominated". I want all of the nominees is closer to the awards ceremony had the opportunity to express their feelings, friends, fans, saying, for example:" You know, what? Great to be nominated. If I win, it will be awesome, and if not, listen, I had a great time. And I felt love and gratitude for the work you did.
- The next award ceremony of the American Academy is declared on February 24. But some members of the Academy believe that it should be carried out before, probably in January. In your opinion, "Oscar" should be moved to January?
I do not think we will move "Oscar" for January. I think our board members believe that we are Super Bowl. I applaud all the other shows, they are great, but we -"Oscar" and "Oscar"- Vince Lombardi Trophy.
- Under existing rules, in the category "Best Film" may be presented from 5 to 10 pictures. Would you like to make it a rule preserved or it may change to the next "Oscar"?
No, it will remain unchanged. It works well, and I think will continue to work well. We are confident that, if there are 6 or 7 or 8 films worthy of a nomination, then so be. You can not filter out movies just because that we can choose only five.
- Media obsessed with "Oscar". How Academy is going to promote its other activities?
I think the electronic media play an important role in this. There are people who do not want to be George Clooney and Chris Nolan. They want to be filmmakers, or artists, animators, sound engineers. I want to be sure that they know that The Academy is engaged in these things.
- Since you are a member of the board for 8 years, the president can be elected for one term only. You feel the pressure due to the fact that at your disposal there is only a year?
You know, I recently visited Academy and on so many committees and meetings that convinced that he was ready to get started. So I just need to start doing it. Film, about which I dreamed all my life, received the "green light". What do you want to do if you're a producer? Move! That's what I'm going to do.
Director of horror film "The Possession" Ole Bornedal in an interview resource ShockTillYouDrop spoke about his project.
- Please tell us in a few words about the story, "The possession".
This is a story about divorced couple, the parents are Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick. Over a broken family is always hovers the spirit of sadness. They have two daughters - Natasha Calis and Madison Davenport - who, as all children, feel the blame for the divorce of their parents. One of them buys box on the local market and it turns out that this is - box Dibbuk. According to Jewish tradition, the box is imprisoned exiled evil demon or spirit. Part of the film is based on real events: in 2002 one of these boxes was sold on eBay and virtually destroyed the family. So, in the hands of a little girl enters a dangerous thing, from which it is necessary to stay away, and the child becomes possessed by a demon.
- Usually you shoot movies, which you write the script. "The Possession" scenario has already been written. What's in someone else's script made you to make a movie?
Humanist story and the character of the story resonated in my soul. I needed to bring to the studio and producers, that the main focus of "Possession” is based on the relationship between a divorced couple and children affected by parental break. I saw the story more as an allegory, the symbol of divorce, rather than as a typical horror film. I wanted to tell the true story of a mentally sadness, sadness that the family was going through, but on the background of all this starting to happen, crazy things. So I bribed the script very beautiful and sad story of the family.
- Have you made any changes to the script?
No, but we made many modifications. I think we paid more attention to the relationship between parents and the psychology of the characters. I do not like horror movies as a genre, not very much. I find many of them ugly or too gory or tasteless, or deprived of real heroes. For me, regardless of genre, the main hero is on the first place. If you can not give this film the characters, the film does not succeed. I was very lucky to work with such wonderful actors who were engaged in our project. They managed to catch and convey the feelings and emotions of their characters.
- Is there a lot of violence in the film?
I do not think that the film is so full of violence and horror. That's what I'm trying to work, more concerned silence and noise. Silly old-fashioned cliché to assume that sounds are terrible. In fact, the opposite is true. I think that silence is terrible. If you're sitting in a big dark house, you're not afraid of the noise. You scared the absence of noise. More viewers will be forced to reflect on the lack of sound, the better. Then I start to cry to their fantasies, inner demons, and neurotic disorders. In my opinion, this is the psychology of a true horror movie.
I think they will have a chance to experience a deeper horror, because some aspects are beyond the movie special effects or crazy, bleeding, maniac. You will see the real people who are hurting something invisible, something shocking, what makes an innocent little girl into a monster. Fans of the genre can look forward to new, more profound experience.
- Had you made some sacrifices to keep the rating PG-13?
Yes, there were several casualties. As a director, you do not want to humiliate yourself by cutting scenes that you think is extremely good. I do not understand the American Motion Picture Association, and who knows? On the other hand, watching a movie, I knew its secret. I know served as some of the scenes.
- Perhaps we will see the director's or any additional material later on?
I do not know. Maybe.
Producer of the series "Dexter," Sarah Colleton answered questions to resource TVGuide about the seventh season of the show, which, as always, will be released in September.
- As the seventh season begins with that moment, which ended in the sixth, that the words full of curses, we should expect from Deb in the first scene?
"(Laughs) Yeah, it takes a lot of words, so we'll hear some classic insults by Deb. If throughout the series Dexter's main task was to find someone who really knows him - that is, be careful in their desires, because now Deb knows everything, and the rules have changed. "
- In the last season Dexter was searching faith. What will be the next story?
"The states and feelings, which he had never experienced, such as remorse, responsibility, shame and betrayal. In addition, there is another problem - when you revealed, you lose your freedom. As a general rule, it is fraught with great responsibility, so Dexter will survive emotions that he had never experienced, and that he was not allowed or he would not allow himself to experience. "
- All that Deb saw, this is how Dexter kills Travis on the table. And about the rest of it, she will also find in this season?
"Yes. In fact, the entire seventh season, we're going to have fun watching the changes in the relationship between Debra and Dexter, now that all the information revealed. At the end of last season, Debra went to church, because she realized that not only loves her brother, adopted by her parents, but because she fell in love with him. And what should she do now? Whether she will hand him to the police? Will she continue to love him? Dexter has always been elusive, and Debra felt that this is the reason, but now she knows that it is not - Dexter has guarded her such strange way."
"But she was headed for slaughter department, and the situation has an impact on her sense of duty and justice. This year will be particularly difficult for her in terms of finding a balance between her own experiences and responsibilities under the law. As for Dexter, his world is shaken to the same degree. He never had anything to do with three emotions: regret, guilt and a sense that brings Deb. In addition, he constantly fears that Deb might arrest him. "
- So, Deb found out everything about Dexter. How does it change her feelings to him?
"This issue must be investigated. Not know about something, and instantly changed. But that was opened, of course, affect her feelings, and all the vital foundations of Deb begin to move. We hope that this storyline will fascinate fans of the show, and with great interest will be watching a variety of ups and downs in the relations of the main characters. "
- Will we see the vulnerable side of Dexter nature in this season?
"Oh, yes. He, like Superman, from which tore his cloak. He is incredibly vulnerable, and this is an exciting spectacle for which you want to watch and over who want to think."
- Do you think there is some relief at the thought that if Dexter and let someone into his life, as he once did with Lumen (Julia Stiles), this one - Debra?
"Partly because the relationship with Lumen was a sort of expiation of his guilt to himself for the death of Rita (Julie Benz). But Deb has always been a mainstay in his life ever since Harry brought him into the family. I always come back to the thoughts first scenes in the pilot episode, when Dexter says: "And here is my foul-mouthed sister Deb, and if I could love someone, it would be Deb."
- Let's talk about Harry (James Rimar), who always helped Dexter and was his Privy Passenger. Now, when Debra knows everything, whether his advice to Dexter will differ from those he gave him before?
"For Harry it is a sheer frustration. Deb has always suffered because she was "Daddy's favorite number 2". Now she understands what's wrong. She knows all about Harry as Dexter coach, and it will be another shock for her. Again also in the pilot Harry says Dexter that people deserve to die, and in the fifth season, when Deb, fiercely hated Jordan Chase (Jonny Lee Miller), she says the following: "Maybe some people deserves to die." So, it will be a very difficult year in this regard. We really like to explore all of these things now, when everything was opened. "
- Since the show will be extended for another two seasons, it's definitely - the end?
"Definitely. We would like to finish this year, but the online community has convinced us to extend the fun for another 2 years. In a sense, our farewell to Dexter last two seasons. We have already discussed, and we know what all will end. Next year exactly will be the last for Dexter. Absolutely."
- Are you guys ready to say goodbye to Dexter?
"From the beginning, as soon as I started to develop the pilot episode, I knew that this story will consist of seven seasons. I do not mind if it is eight seasons, only a series does not become a boring, stuffy show. We are all involved in the project, we want to maintain a high level until the end. must be wise in time and be able to leave the scene before you will be asked about it. "
- Do you think Dexter should die at the end?
"(Laughs). I would not answer such a question."
- You know what would be the final scene?
"We do not know what it is, but we know where it will be what happens in the end, and what will be the final."
In an interview with PARADE Michelle Pfeiffer talked about her participation in a project of Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows", a career, family and relationships with men.
- This year, you and your husband are celebrating the 19th anniversary of living together. How do you determine whether a person become a mainstay in your life and whether he deserves a chance?
"Actually, I'm not often in my life met people that meet those criteria. (Laughs) It takes years to fully trust someone, I know myself. This is mainly due to the fact that I hide my private life and literally forcing myself to open when communicating. To really get close to someone, you have to be sensitive and vulnerable. With some people it turns and my husband, David, of course, among them".
- Where does this fear of being vulnerable?
"This is one of the negative aspects of fame. No one does not consciously decide to be cautious and be alert at all times. When I was young, I was very open person, but fame teaches you to be cautious every second."
- How do you know whether a man likes you?
"Sometimes you know it, and sometimes - not. All people are susceptible to self-denial. All vulnerable, being in relationship where they are being deceived. I am no exception. It's just in human nature."
- But you are different - the rich and famous.
"Yes. My father used to say:"Trust people, but take off the deck by yourself".
- Before you came to David, you had a different relationships
"Something out of this can be considered relationship, something - just an acquaintance."
- Why are these relationships do not have resulted in something more?
"After numerous "experiments" I learned about the following: we must put the red flags. You need to look at these flags and then you stop repeating your own mistakes, when you meet another person. However, look back and ask yourself the question:" Why was I so stupid? Why am I doing? From the outset it is important to make the right decision. If you make a mistake, no matter what you do - all the same things go awry, and you'll be unhappy. In many ways, all about luck. I made the right choice for David. I was lucky. "
- In 1993 when you were still not married, you have adopted a baby?
“I like children very much and I think my desperate desire to have them spoiled all my relationships with men. It made me biased, causing to judge my companions too harshly, or to attribute them extra value. Finally, I thought, "Wait a minute! That I became a mother, not necessarily to have a man close." It was a complete surprise. And when I met David, all the tension disappeared. Thoughts were just how we will succeed with him. And as a bonus, I watched what will the father of David, until he built relationships with Claudia. "
- How did you become an actress?
"I always wanted to make a career. I fell in love with the work as soon as started to work at the age of 14. I remember how my mother insisted that I made a career. Herself she would never work, engaged in the house, and it was important to her child has developed a career. I worked a cashier in a supermarket. It was a good place, but one day a man gave a tantrum about the cost of melons, pierced in his receipt. For me it was a turning point - I looked at the sky and asked myself: "If you could choose, what would it be?" It was acting. Amazing."
- Let's talk about the "Dark shadows." What do you like about this project?
"I remember how I loved this TV show, I literally rushed home from school, so as not to miss, and seconds. So, I really wanted to get into this project, again to appear in Tim Burton and Johnny Depp work with. Once I called Tim and said, "Look, I do not know, do you have for me the role, but I would like it to be." A year, maybe more, and I thought, “That will never happen. But it happened”.
- In the film "Personal things" with Ashton Kutcher in "Cheri" with Rupert Friend your partners are younger than you ...
"Mere children (laughs). They are all younger and younger. From Ashton and Rupert I came down to Zac Efron in "Old New Year". If it goes on, I can finish the movie for adults!"
- What led you to success?
"I do not know it was naive, or narcissism, but I started with the confidence that I could do anything. And I was sure of it, until you realized what got involved, and only then did everything possible so as not to embarrass yourself. I think this is the secret of my success. "
6,500 people who came into the room H Fairgrounds in San Diego to the presentation of the painting "Pacific Rim", were not disappointed: Guillermo del Toro, opened the curtain on his new film, and featured material led the audience in raptures.
Legendary studio head Thomas Tull said, how screenwriter Travis Beacham came to him with the idea of a film about giant robots fighting with giant monsters.
"The idea is excellent, I said, but you need to bring it to mind. And then we stole one man", - said Tull.
At this point the stage to the applause went Guillermo del Toro. The director has been taken as a rock star, so long had been standing ovation.
"Now I wrought upon my word, - said Guillermo. - I bought a pair of pants sizes too big, so it's all right!"
"This film for me as a great gift for Christmas. It has appeared in my life as a time when it was especially necessary", - said the director, alluding to cut down on the draft Universal adaptation of Lovecraft's "At the Mountains of Madness".
In an interview, Del Toro says, "Termination of work on a "mountains" has put me into the deepest despair. We are already flying over Alaska, searching for places to shoot, when I called and asked to come to the studio to talk about.
Universal is not going to spend 150 million on a movie rated R. I do not regret that I did not give. See, there's "Prometheus" with the same rating, with the same budget and without major stars. And I had Tom Cruise in the lead role and Jim Cameron as producer. I do not want to say that they were right and I'm right. I have never been able to work in their field, because it gave a green light for projects such as "At the Mountains of Madness" and many others. I understand. But, still sad. Hundreds of drawings, sketches, storyboards, animatics - all going nowhere. In the ILM special effects made tents tests and proved that anything is possible! For the director this turn of events is always very offensive, because you already have in mind a movie that you want to show the audience. "
Shooting of "Pacific Rim" have ended in a couple of weeks ago, but for the Comic-Con has been specially mounted video. Appeared on the stage stars of the film Charlie Hannem, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day and Ron Perlman, Guillermo and then explained that for every giant robot control requires two persons, one on each side. "All the shit with the James-James Bond camera in the glasses, cut down his technique! This footage no one else sees!" Guillermo has promised that before the end of the year of the project comes from radio silence, and no other material on it is avaliable. The light is turned off, has begun commercial.
In the "Pacific Rim" there will be nine kaizen and six robots. "We have sketched some 40 variants of monsters and made them a contest "American Idol". We chose the best".
Del Toro began to tell, what do monsters in his film, in that the head of Legendary added: "Believe me, our bank account may well tell you how much he made them get up there!"
Director of "Hellboy" was never shy in expressions. He rode on the popular motion capture technology:"I have no fucking "mo-caps" in the movie! The robots have to move like robots! The same applies to the monster. " Despite the abundance of graphics in the film, much has been done the old fashioned way, with the help of mechanics and props.
The result of the Guillermo del Toro can only be evaluated in July 11, 2013.