Alden Ehrenreich spoke with TWIST Magazine about Beautiful Creatures, and how he’s excited for the movie. But what happened to him on set that made concentration hard?
Alden Ehrenreich is psyched about his upcoming movie Beautiful Creatures and he gave TWIST the deets on what it was like to film! He tells us, “Filming went really smoothly. It’s really a film with a lot of heart!” Alden even gave us the inside scoop on his most awkward moment while filming. He gushes to TWIST, “I got food poisoning the second week of shooting, but acting really takes your mind off of all other things you’re focusing on.”
Sorry, I should be writing about Joshua Bowman, but I am staring at the hotness. Ya, your hotness.
Josh talked with Rolling Stone about REVENGE. You can read an excerpt of the interview below, but for the entire thing, CLICK HERE.
You’ve talked about how you wanted Mike Kelley to expand Daniel’s role and give him some more depth.
We all, as actors, have to fight these battles, where it’s like, “OK, that’s a little far-fetched.” Granted, this show is a little kind of ficticious, right?
To say the least.
I think we’re just all encouraged to be like, “No, this would be wrong – this is more truthful.” I think they were developing the character quite a lot, so with a lot of my storylines it was like, “Where are we going to take him?” Mike was on that wavelength before I brought it up, so it was great to go through that and have a dialogue with the showrunner. I think it’s important to be a part of that process, because we’re living these characters for 22 episodes and we want to make it believable. If he’s going to run the company, he’s got to have a fucking idea what’s going on.
What else is changing when we come back to the Hamptons?
I’m primarily with Ashley and Conrad, and now I’ve just been introduced to Aiden, so it’ll be interesting to see where that goes. Aiden is Takeda’s proxy – he works for Takeda. He obviously doesn’t, but in our world we’re made to think that. I know Takeda, but I don’t know Aiden is Takeda’s pawn, that he’s there for a different reason and he’s helping Emily out. And Emily will come between us. I’ll tell him how I feel about her and obviously have no idea that he knows Emily, so it’s going to be interesting to play that dynamic – another triangle. Now it’s a love square. Jack, Aiden, Daniel and Emily. She’s a slut, isn’t she? [Laughs] There’s three guys now.
There’s the real love, or the childhood love, the newer love –
What is the previous love? Aiden’s a previous true love, too. What’s going on?
I guess that there are worse people to break your heart then Tom Felton. But, I am saying this as nicely as I can… so mean Tom Felton for breaking poor Emma Watson’s heart. That’s all I am saying.
“Between the ages of ten and twelve I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton, to the extent that I would go into work in the morning and look down the numbers on the call sheet to see if he was going to be in,” says Emma. “We love a bad guy, he was a few years older and he had a skateboard – and that just did it really.”
“He totally knew [she had a crush on him] and the thing is that he’d tell everyone, ‘I see her in a younger, sisterly way,’ and it just broke my heart. It still does.”
Are you regretting it now Felton? I mean have you seen her lately?
Emma Watson looks amazing in London.
Blue Bloods came back with a bang this week. Jackie coming in and saving the day. But what is funner then watching BLUE BLOODS, well, that’s seeing some behind the scenes from the show, and talking to Donnie Wahlberg. GLAMOUR did. Lucky people.
Glamour: The intensity and dynamic you bring to every scene as Detective Danny Reagan is incredible. How are you managing to balance everything in your life when taking on such a demanding role?
Donnie Wahlberg: I don’t know. I think every now and again, every actor thinks they can play any role, and the smart actors are honest enough to know that they can’t. My entire body of work as an actor has prepared me for this role, and this is one of those times where everything was aligned perfectly and I was the right guy in the right place with the right resume with the right experience and the right passion for this gig. It may seem hard, and it may look hard, and I’m sure there are times when I’ve done 18-hour days in cold New York City where I’m like, ‘Damn, this is hard,’ but in all sincerity, it’s really easy. And I don’t mean that to make light of it, I just really think that this role was meant to be mine.
Glamour: The little boys that play your sons on the show (real life brothers Andrew and Tony Terraciano) are so cute and fine young actors. Do they get what a big deal it is to work opposite you, Tom, and Bridget?
Donnie: In some ways, they are really like the kids of the show. Tom is like their grandpa. He sort of makes jokes with them at the dinner table, but he doesn’t have to take them home at the end of the day! [laughs] For me, they come rushing in when I come in the door, and I’m sort of like their surrogate dad. They hang out with my real son all the time. They adore each other. It’s just really nice. The family dynamic on screen and off is really special. For Bridget and I, for example, we don’t fight as much as we do on screen. [laughs] We are really, really close.
For more of Donnie Wahlberg’s Interview, CLICK HERE.
OMG, Fangirl Moment to the extreme. THE SELECTION is undergoing reshoots after some major retooling in 2013. YES! Now CW, if you need help you call me, cause I will shave my head bald, and streak Yankee Stadium to make sure that this gets done right!
Lets talk! I mean, any help you need, we will all come to the rescue. This is important. I said it. This is like Christmas.
Recastings? Who? You want suggestions, the fandom will give them.