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Posted Feb 14, 2013 @ 9:08 AM
Connie Britton is a Late Bloomer. Really great interview and article from the NY Times. Love her! And I've been a huge fan of hers since the FNL pilot and I had no idea she almost won the role in Jerry McGuire.
Thanks for posting that, a great read. I can totally see her as the female lead in Jerry McGuire - I'm guessing that she's right that she may have lost the role to Renee because of her height! Tom Cruise never likes to feel short.
Overall I actually maybe came out of reading that liking Connie slightly less than I expected, probably because I unfairly put her on the Tami Taylor pedestal. She sounds a little more Hollywood than I expected (which is still not that much).
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Posted Mar 7, 2013 @ 5:53 PM
Not sure where this would go, but the latest promo for Nashville, The Men of Nashville is painful. Why are they dressed as The Beatles circa 1965?
And Teddy is the "rogue"? Riiight.
Well, he is, in a way. Kicking Rayna to the curb, hiring his mistress as his financial advisor and Coleman as his deputy mayor, defying Lamar's expressed wishes. This is the most interesting that Teddy has ever been. Too bad it's all going to come crashing down when Lamar decides to destroy him and Peggy by leaking the truth about their financial dealings to the tabloids.
As for the promo as a whole...I kinda like it. The guys look great. I liked the fact that the photographer went against type and didn't make them look like country boys with guitars.
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I know Hulu has uploaded some of the other Paleyfest panels to watch later online, but I'm not sure if that's their plan for Nashville. I hope so, though, because it was a good watch. No spoilers (as hard as the moderator may have tried to get them), but it was really fun to see them all interact with each other. And to hear Gunnar and Scarlett with their real accents! I was totally entertained by it all.
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Posted Mar 9, 2013 @ 8:46 PM
He seemed very humble and grateful, totally lacking any sort of ego (or else he's a really good faker).
He seemed very much like how he was on Whose Line Is It Anyway. You have to have a certain confidence and humility to do improv. I wish someone had asked him about that.
I was pleasantly surprised by Hayden too. Did she used to have a not-so-nice reputation when she was younger?
She has been acting since she was three, throughout her teenage years. I am sure she has had some not so great moments. But her Heroes co-stars seemed quite fond of her. (Some so fond that he dated her.) And she has given the paps the finger a few times.
I know Hulu has uploaded some of the other Paleyfest panels to watch later online, but I'm not sure if that's their plan for Nashville. I hope so, though, because it was a good watch.
It was a good watch. I really like how the moderator handled it for the most part in making sure that everyone got a chance to speak. Everyone was well spoken and appreciative. At first I thought Clare was going to bother me because she didn't crack a smile. I really felt like I was looking at Scarlett. But then her microphone didn't work and she was charming.
Posted Mar 11, 2013 @ 7:47 AM
Especially since there are no new episodes for a while, it's an hour of Nashville!
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Posted May 10, 2013 @ 7:15 PM
I like to believe everyone is happy on my favorite shows, so reading this was disappointing. And while I thought it was clear the writers were having trouble with individual characters, like Gunnar, and some things in the last two episodes seemed rushed, I'm curious what other creative struggles they've been having. I feel confident that things will work on in a second season, but the show has to be renewed first. It looks like we will learn the show's fate today. Fingers crossed for it.
Posted May 11, 2013 @ 3:52 PM
This is a fun interview and easy to watch. Connie makes fun of the show a little here (her "micromanaged" romantic scene with Deacon).
The deadline link that Slade2 posted above has this line: "I've heard accounts of tension between co-producers ABC Studios and Lionsgate and other behind-the-scenes issues, including star Britton being unhappy with the experience." This is interesting to me, because I feel like the show started out as a character drama filled with these amazing music scenes. Now, it's such a soap opera. I'd be curious if anyone knows if this trend will continue into next year or if the original creators will wrest back control now that they have been renewed and don't have to worry about ratings in the same way.
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Posted May 11, 2013 @ 8:37 PM
I knew there were issues early. Britton has even talked about them, I believe. Although that link says all issues have reportedly been resolved. I'm not quite sure what to think because I thought it was on a really solid streak in the middle of the season but not as much lately. So I'm not sure what will happen next season.
Posted May 16, 2013 @ 11:07 AM
Well, this just got even more interesting as the Nashville Business Journal posted the following article (http://www.bizjourna...ill-not-be.html ) yesterday afternoon. Just for the record Loucas George was simply a producer for the first eleven episode and then was elevated to co-executive producer starting with episode 12. So I am wondering if this has something to do with the previously reported creative issues. Anyone know? Also, I wonder if this change means that we will be seeing some retooling of the show and the storylines? Thoughts on this latest development?