The movie cost 0,000, and we shot it in 12 days. But in my case with Dick, it's exactly the opposite. And why would they kill something if they could figure out how to make money off it?
There are a lot of priests in this country that are more like social workers than guys who have to answer to the pope, and they don't get credit.
Marvel and Netflix have both revealed who will play the villain in the upcoming "Daredevil" series.
"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" actor Vincent D'Onofrio will play the role of Wilson Fisk aka The Kingpin.
After a year and a half absence, Vincent D'Onofrio, 51, returns to "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" as the brilliant but troubled detective Robert Goren for the show's 10th season, which debuts May 1 on the USA Network. On the other hand, the people who do take the leap love it. Believe me, every time I go to the corner to get milk for the kids, I hear it. It's called "Don't Go in the Woods," a pretty crazy movie; it's a slasher musical.
It's a battle for people to like that show, I think. I wrote with a couple of friends of mine and directed a film that's going to be distributed next winter.
It doesn't make it easy in a 40-minute show to solve a crime [persuasively] in the first place, but then to have a guy who's as clever as Goren solve it, it kind of makes it even harder to get away with. But the word is that yeah, Goren is seeing a shrink. I needed to stretch a bit and spend time with my kids and family and my wife. People, I think, unless they allow themselves to take the leap of faith, they don't like the intelligence, the ridiculous amount of knowledge he has. It's not for everybody, especially the way I play him is not to everybody's taste.I wanted to do things like that, and during the last year and a half, I developed three films. We're going to make an announcement about the second one that me and my friends wrote that we're producing. Me and two friends — Joe Vinciguerra and Sam Bisbee, who's a musician — I had this idea about a bunch of kids who go into the woods, and they all sing and they all die. Both of us had kids, and we were working 10 months out of the year with maybe a couple of days off here and a couple of days off there.It's modeled after a B slasher film, but it's a musical with beautiful music. And at one point, I think it was on the second or third season, it was a brutal, brutal time. And my wife told me that USA is really pushing the "last eight" thing, the final-season thing, which I think is really interesting. I've been in it for 10 years, and I've never heard of a company saying something is over until it's really over.I cast it off the streets of New York with all unknown actors. Dick has been a great supporter of mine since the show began. I don't know why he does it, because he's an amazing businessman, and usually amazing businessmen don't care about what their actors are thinking. And I will never ever, no matter what kind of money they offer me, ever do that again. I always thought that people were in television for the money, companies.