“Do you remember that restaurant where we used to get the chocolate croissants and the espressos in the morning?” Hammer asked Chalamet, who simpered in response. “Do you remember that little place on the piazza where they had the pizza and the other stuff?”
“Speranza!” Chalamet recalled, referring to an eatery.
“Yeah, Speranza,” Hammer said. “Where they had the fish. I mean, Timmy’s got some great memories, too. It was an experience that was so surreal and such a treat that honestly if nobody saw the movie, if nobody liked it, if it didn’t go anywhere, I’d still carry it with me as such a point of pride.”
“Hopefully you build an audience that appreciates your range, rather than being a traditional leading man or someone who looks good in a cop’s uniform,” he adds in a smooth, sophisticated accent with an ever-so-slight nicotine rasp to it.
“Why isn’t Tim Curry a big star?” - San Jose Mercury News - 15/10/87
Caitriona - “There was a day when I got to work with a snake! Animals are always an unexpected, but these snakes weren’t exactly trained very well. I had a snake basically slither its entire body across my neck, but it wasn’t always willing to play ball. It would try and find - this is going to sound terrible, but it would try and find dark little crevices in my costume to go and hide itself. That was quite… interesting. It’s not like I’m usually that afraid of them. I’m terrified of cockroaches, for some reason, but with this snake there was a certain amount of thinking,“I’m OK with this, I’m OK with this, wait - where is it going!? I’m am not OK with this any more!”
The Wynonna Earp cast is the worst. In interviews, all they talk about is how much they love, admire, and support each other. In panels, they cry about how amazing it is to work with each other. In Twitter, they gush about their fans and compliment each other while watching their own show. In private, they talk about how talented the other is and how glad they are that the rest of the world can now see it. Like, stop it. Seriously. As Wynonna Earp said, “You guys make The Notebook look bleak.”
It was the number one question she was asked multiple times a day. The follow up always, “Well how did you get that?”
She managed to answer every time with a smile, letting her soft Tennessee accent through to charm them further. She’d tell them her mother named her Heaven because she swore Jesus Christ himself sent her down from heaven to bless her life. Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! Amen!
She’d save the eye rolls for her dressing room. Six years in the music industry and she’d heard it all. The first two years playing bars meant she had the luxury of hearing her favorite pick up line nightly. “Is your name Heaven cause you’re an angel?” At this point she felt like her eyes should be stuck in the back of her head from all the eye rolls. Thanks Mom and Dad.
The industry knew her as Heaven Ashley. Her friends knew her as Evan. He called her Ev.