Eric Stoltz talked to The Orange County Register about Fort McCoy, which will be screened at the Newport Beach festival next week (April 30). Here is what he said:
"I read the script and I thought it was a very well-written and interesting and compelling true story," said Stoltz, 49. "I enjoy playing roles based on real people. As a producer, I suggest things to the directors – cuts, shots, casting, notes. We got permission from the Department of Defense to shoot at an authentic Army base. I thought that was pretty cool, because they don't always do that."
Stoltz plans to attend the screening on April 30 and stick around for the question-and-answer session afterward. "I love film festivals, because the people who come to them are the people interested in supporting the arts, and that's my tribe."
The film will get another screening at the Newport Beach fest on May 10. And the Fox May sweeps schedule confirms that Eric's next episode of Glee, "Prom Queen," airs on May 10.
Assignment Fashion has a nice, long interview with Kacey Rohl. Here is a snippet:
AF: Are their any juicy scoops of upcoming movies you can let our readers in on?
An interesting fact about a film I did called ‘Sisters & Brothers’ (which also has Cory Monteith and Dustin Milligan in it, and was directed by Carl Bessai) was that it was all structured improv. We went in with an overall idea, and ideas for scenes, but all the dialogue was made up on the spot.
AF: Is there one of your peers that you would love to work with more so then anyone else in Hollywood? If so what type of movie would it be?
Local peers? I would love to work with Richard Harmon again. We did ‘The Killing’ together and that kid is a powerhouse. We work in the same, whacky way, which is great. Plus, he’s just a super nice dude. As for Hollywood peers - I would love to do an Almost Famous-esque movie with Anne Hathaway. I’m Patrick Fugit. She’s Kate Hudson.
The Killing airs Sundays at 10 on HBO. IMDb says Kacey is back in tomorrow's episode.
And it bears repeating with these sudden changes in schedule: the next new episode of Sanctuary airs this Monday at 10. Françoise Yip made a surprise appearance in Friday's episode and James Pizzinato definitely guest stars in episode 3x13, "One Night." Here is a preview: