(ok, so maybe i'm just updating to avoiding studying). :: But i also just had to post these pictures taken by Ruthie of Elijah on Movie House for all of you who like me, don't have MTV *sniff* Thanks girl! By the way, The Osbournes are coming to Channel 10 in Australia soon, so watch out for that! My friend Autumn has offered to help me out with the site - updates, e-mails, news, that sort of stuff. His quest to end his fixation through other outlets - cigarettes, alcohol, pills, the school debate team ("an experi- ment in concentrating on what came out of my mouth instead of what went into it"), and fly-fishing throws his eccentric family into chaos. Elijah's ever undying need for an education may be landing him in Colombia University sooner than he thinks.
[pic 1] :: Well, to be completely honest, there really isn't much news about Elijah at all :( Come on people! :: Well apparantly Elijah and Mandy never dated according to abstracts.net/mandy-moore: June 6, 2002 - Mandy Moore posted on her official site message board a denial of New York Post gossip columnist Liz Smith's claim that she was in heartbreak after 'Try Seventeen' co-star Elijah Wood moved on from dating her to dating Franka Potente. She's still learning some HTML and stuff so she won't be updating just yet. "I want to learn more about what goes on behind the camera," he says.
From co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the show also stars Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Zachary Quinto, James Cromwell, Joseph Fiennes, Lizzie Brochere and Chloe Sevigny.
During this recent interview to promote her guest appearance on the show, actress Franka Potente, who played a character convinced she’s Anne Frank, talked about how she got involved with the show, what it was like to play such a historical figure, working with co-stars Jessica Lange and James Cromwell, how eerie the asylum set is to shoot in, what sort of research she did on people admitted to asylums, the biggest challenges with this role, and how she hopes she’ll get to return to the show, at some point. It’s potentially interesting, in that setting, but it’s also sad.
So, I went to the Paramount lot and met him in his very nice office, and I didn’t really expect anything until he went right ahead and was talking about a really awesome, cool part that he had for me, but he didn’t tell me too much. We had a great day, but I didn’t know her, so I was a little bit afraid.
There was really no script, at the time, but I was a fan of the first season of and I said that I would be a part of anything that he was envisioning for me. Physically, the whole stuff with James was demanding, with that huge fight scene for hours and hours and hours. It was fun, too, but you have to be very focused with those scenes. We were trying to be very focused about it, but at the same time, we wanted to be really raw and dangerous.
takes viewers into Briarcliff, a haven for the criminally insane, ruled with an iron fist by Sister Jude (Jessica Lange), a nun with a troubled past.
Inside this locked down facility, danger lurks around every corner, whether it’s a doctor who loves to torture, flesh eating creatures in the forest, alien experimentation or the serial killer Bloody Face, and no one is safe.
POTENTE: That was something that he explained to me without going into detail. And, at the very end, poor Chloë Sevigny was behind that door. It’s someone who took over that schizophrenic episode. It’s always a little bit more than you can imagine. Do you have any criteria for the roles that you decide to take on? To be honest, television in America is so elaborate, these days. So, I’m not really on set thinking, “Oh, my God, this is television.Forte de son succès international, Franka Potente se distingue à Hollywoo... TVLine reports Franka Potente has joined season two of the TNT TV show.She also talked about how she chooses her roles, that she’s writing her first novel, and what she’d like to see from her character in Season 2 of the BBC America drama series Question: How did you get involved with this show? When I read the script, I wished for a second that they could let her linger a little longer and be Anne Frank. With a lot of historic figures, you think, “What if they weren’t dead? What were the biggest challenges for you, with this role? I was starting with all these lines, and the magic is always in between the lines.FRANKA POTENTE: I got asked to take a general meeting with (show co-creator) Ryan Murphy. POTENTE: Probably my first day with Jessica [Lange] because I had so many lines. You want to say the lines right, but you want to get to the point where you can play with your scene partner and you just want to go beyond that.The dramedy stars Niecy Nash as the owner of a Florida nail salon that begins laundering money.The cast also includes Carrie Preston, Harold Perrineau, Jenn Lyon, Judy Reyes, Karrueche Tran, Jason Antoon, Kevin Rankin, Jack Kesy, and Dean Norris.Franka got to know the 21 years old acter at the set of the movie "Try Seventeen" in Vancouver.In the comedy they play a couple; scenes which were not hard to play.I remember my very first day of work was only scenes with Jessica, and I had about 20 pages of lines, so I was very, very nervous. And she was very sweet and kind, and very focused, and really embraced working with me. I remember the next day, I went to him and was like, “Please tell me that you have bruises on you today,” and James was like, “Yes, totally! The one thing that I remember about insanity is that nobody who is insane runs around thinking, “Oh, my god, I’m really insane! I saw some stuff online where people are like, “This is so gross! I would call my colleagues by the character’s name. There was a little bit more stuff, but I don’t know where that went.She was so great in the scene that it felt really good. We made it happen and really brought something to the table. Maybe it didn’t make sense, in the overall story line or morale of the hero. Eva is such a fun character, being this brothel owner, at the time, and not having so many boundaries.