Just before tonight's [italic]True Blood[/italic], HBO ran a preview for the upcoming season of [italic]Boardwalk Empire[/italic], which will premiere in September.
I feel I couldn't give a fuck about the series?
Any other Dataloungers feeling the same?
Do you give a shit about the upcoming season and what happens with these characters from the past?
Many people are captivated by "characters from the past" OP. What an absurd question.
Can't wait for Season 4 of Boardwalk Empire, nothing like it on television.
I love Boardwalk Empire and the production is stellar in capturing the period.
awesome additions to the cast at least judging from the trailer.
Jeffery Wright is fantastic.
Who is the guy at the very beginning? The "middleman" ? Is that is a new character? I have seen him somewhere but I don't think he was on last season.
Oh and Patricia Arquette is on this season.
that preview is killer. Love the music, love the new characters.
Love all the Harlem stuff.
The character at the top of the preview is a brand new character.
Music is Saint Motel and Peach Kings.
CANNOT FUCKING WAIT
I watched the entire first season. Wasted thirteen hours. Didn't go back for more.
I won't watch anything that Marky Mark Walberg's involved with.
My friend's partner works at HBO. He told us Mark Walberg has next to nothing to do with the show. It is all Martin Scorcese and Terrence Winter.
Anyone remember "White Shadow" TV show from the 70's? on of the Van Patten's was a smoking hot teen and is now a director on the show.
According to friends partner, the execs are very excited about the first episode of season 4. They think it is the best so far and they are going to promote the hell out of it.
Jeffrey Wright is playing a character called Narcise. Can't wait to see him in this. He's a brilliant actor.
I gather that Margaret will be in NY for the season living with her brother and paying his rent.
This preview makes me want to watch this show.
I watched a few episodes season 1 and wasn't that into it.
Having seen that preview, I am going to watch the new season.
I wouldn't support anything that gives that violent, homophobic racist a dollar.
understand your point r11, but if you boycotted every production that is produced by at least one homophobic creep you would be watching cave drawings for entertainment.
Larry Kramer watches Boardwalk Empire, I think its ok
This show needs more nude shots of Charlie Cox. What a hunk.
Lots of full frontal male nudity last season. Lucky Luciano fully jude yum
R13, now he's just hunks. Didn't you watch last season?
That trailer got me interested in Boardwalk Empire again.
I was a little bored with season 2 but I watched the first two episodes of season 3 last night on HBO GO and I am hooked. The period is becoming more fascinating to me and Buscemi is growing on me.
I guess viewers complain about Margaret but I like the character. Too bad about Owen. He has some full frontal scenes in Season 3 but I haven't seen them yet.
[quote]Lots of full frontal male nudity last season. Lucky Luciano fully jude yum
And Bobby Cannavale! That was quite the unexpected bonus.
on Boardwalk Empire it is the casting of the smaller characters that really makes it special. The are usually very interesting and very well played. The character of Van Alden's first wife is one, the character of Gaston Means etc.
The casting agent should get an Emmy.
Are you fucking joking, OP? This is one of the best shows on television and last season's finale, the bloodbath at the whore house, was simply riveting (especially Gretchen Mol). I can't wait for the new season. The production values on that show are so high calibre and the acting is frequently stellar. Looking forward to Patricia Arquette's character.
Where could they possibly go with Gillian [Gretchen Mol's character] I saw her in the preview so she is on season 4.
I hear Gretchen Mol is very nice and down to earth. My friend went to an off-Broadway play she was doing last year and she was very nice to him after.
Any behind the scenes Boardwalk gossip? Does the cast get alone? I would imagine they do.
r20, what I meant was: Where can they take her character from where she was last year? Seems like they were going to write her off and changed their minds.
Btw, also want to add I do miss Jimmy but the show seems to have more focus without him.
Best show on television.
mad men, breaking bad and boardwalk empire are the best shows on television. Interestingly they are all created/directed and produced by Soprano's alumni but only one [Boardwalk Empire] is on HBO
R21, she seems fine on the season preview but it's fairly safe to presume she's a heroin addict after Gyp injected her with the stuff in the season finale.
Damn, that is a HOT preview.
Harlem, sex, bootleg drama..
They need a gay character though.
A gay character would be a great idea.
I loved the trailer, made me psyched to see the show coming back.
Off the record but does anyone know who puts television and film trailers together? Is it a marketing function or do directors and producers do it themselves.
Just curious, seems like being a DJ
Trailer houses do the previews but I think marketing people and the creator/producers oversee.
There was a lesbian storyline with Jimmy's wife but they both got killed.
Best show on tv
Someone I know who works on it says it's going to be a very different show this season. Chalky becomes almost equal in prominence on the show as Nucky- he opens up a nightclub called The Onyx to replace Babette's. It will have all black waitstaff but then will change from having white performers to black ones. I gather that was a big development in 1924.
interesting r29. I am really looking forward to he Harlem story.
Better acting in that 1 and half minute trailer than on most of TV.
HBO really doesn't skimp on this show from the costumes to the guest actors, it rocks
r29 do you have any more Boardwalk Empire dish for the new season?
never any leaks from that set. It is tight as a drum.
[quote] This show needs more nude shots of Charlie Cox. What a hunk.
They would have to be in flashback.
Is Stephen Root's character finished? Loved him.
Great production, direction and cast. But after they killed James Darmody the show was dead to me.
I think Richard Harrow is kind of taking over the soul part of the show that Jimmy occupied except Harrow is a much darker more mysterious character.
I liked Darmody. I liked Michael Pitt in the part. From what I have read here, I guess Pitt was giving the production too much trouble and they chose to let the character go.
Too bad but the show is still great without him.
This is a show that gets better with every season - I agree the first season was difficult. It felt more like homework than entertainment. But worth the investment.
My initial problem was casting Steve Buschemi in the lead - he reads character actor all the way, but once you get over that hurdle you're in.
Also, you need to pay attention.
r37 echo your thoughts completely. You really do have to pay attention but it is worth the effort.
[quote] My initial problem was casting Steve Buschemi in the lead - he reads character actor all the way, but once you get over that hurdle you're in.
I agree completely with this. I really wish they had done like they did with The Sopranos with Tony...found a sort of unknown like Gandolfini...Buscemi is great in character roles but he is just too physically repulsive to be a ladies' man and a charismatic leader.
I thought the same about Buscemi but now I am accustomed to him and it wouldn't be the same without him. I don't think the real life Nucky was a looker
Gretchen Mol as Jillian is the most interesting female character on the show. I have a hard time believing she had a torrid af affair with Harvey Weinstien. Just DL gossip I think
So anyone know the real reasons they got rid of Michael Pitt? People say drugs and he was disruptive but others talk about what a great guy he is. I think he and Michael Shannon are good friends.
I was really angry with Boardwalk Empire about Charlie Cox. I loved him. Hot little fellow for sure. But now, I am looking forward to the next season. I like the show and I like that era.
as long as sexy lucky luciano remains allergic to clothes, I can forgive them getting rid of Charlie Cox.
Will we get to see Harrow more tho season?
That old Western Electric sign is such an awesome fucking detail. EVERYBODY in the Cicero/southwest Chicago area worked there at some point in their lives during that era.
Pitt was a major disruption on production, according to my friend. This was not evident in Season 1, just Season 2. He wouldn't know his lines, he wouldn't take direction and he ended up costing production money. On the last day he filmed, which was Jimmy's murder, they actually added a shot at the last minute where Jimmy's body was dragged in the mud by a car in the pounding rain. And they didn't use a photo double for Pitt. That was Terence Winter's final "Fuck you, we're done with you." The shot was never intended to air.
I only started watching BE this season. In what way and for what reason was Charlie Cox offed?
I like that used Buscemi. It's much more interesting having him than a pretty-boy. It's a throwback to the older Hollywood where the most interesting leading men weren't always the prettiest.
R48 it was just terrible. Terrible. Nucky's wife was pregnant with Charlie's baby, too. They were going to run off. But then Nucky and Charlie were going to kill these mobsters, so Charlie went with some other guy to do the deed, except things went awry, and the next morning, a huge crate was delivered to Nucky's apartment, and Charlie was in it ...in pieces. I was really pissed. I think I threw something at the TV. It was disgusting. Vile, really.
Thanks r50. Maybe I can find the episode on YouTube.
r47 questions for your "friend" if you don't mind.
Has you friend seen the first episode? My BF's friend works for HBO and he told us the execs were like whooping and hollering about how great the first episode of season 4 is. True?
Also what are Michael Shannon and Gretchen Mol like to work with>?
I just want to say that casting Steve Buscemi as Nucky was not something I understood at first but I do now. I think part of the idea is that he is a kind of two bit guy who rises to the top on cunning, not on charm and charisma. I think the real life Nucky was that type of guy if I am not mistaken.
To put a very attractive or very sexually charismatic actor in that part would have distorted the story.
This is a very intense series with equally intensely layered characters. There is a lot of violence with disturbs me but I still think this series captures the horrific behavior of those people in that period.
GREAT trailer. Can't wait.
I haven't watched even one episode yet. Is it conceivable to start with Season 4 and watch the first three seasons some other time? Or would I have a hrd time understanding things?
r55, I think you at least have to know who the characters are and some of the background. If you get HBO, you can watch Season 3 on HBO GO or on demand.
The other seasons might be up as well. Or you could just read the recaps of the first three seasons.
Does anyone know if Charlie Cox left because he wanted to or did the writers just decide it was time for him to go?
r46 where is the Western Electric sign? Which episode.
Well, first, I have to say that when it first came on, I felt the same way as R52 about Steve Buscemi. I was never a Michael Pitt fan either. So a barely sat thru the first episode and walked away from it.
Then I got bored. By that time there were two seasons in the can. I decided to watch it. I watched the entire Seasons 1 & 2 back to back and couldn't wait for season 3 to start.
You need to watch it from the beginning. That's my opinion, but it's important. You really need to see the way certain characters evolve. Building the relationships gives context to everything that happens in season 3 & likely 4.
My personal opinion, with Charlie Cox, is that his leaving was inevitable. At some point he had to realize that himself, based on who his character was, and based on what he did in terms of the story arc.
From the moment we meet him we know he is a killer. He's lethal. IRA executioner. And you fall in love with his Irish charm. My gods, he sounded like Colin Farrell and he was irresistible. Quite the ladies' man. A cocky lad, could talk holes in your head. You're supposed to feel his loss as keenly as Nucky's wife does.
It's the same with Bobby Canavale's character. You knew that eventually this would happen but getting there was quite a ride. I think the series does a really excellent job of building suspense and catching you in unexpected ways.
love Boardwalk Empire. While it is violent it is an accurate depiction of the era. Most people don't want to accept America's violent past but it is a part of our history.
[quote]where is the Western Electric sign? Which episode.
It's at the 25 second mark on the linked trailer.
R52, yes, everyone is very happy with Episode #401, directed by Tim Van Patten. The season itself is going extremely well although my friend says everybody on the crew is beyond exhausted. It wraps in 5 weeks.
He says Michael Shannon and Gretchen Mol are fine to work with, both are quiet and focused. The only bad apples in the Boardwalk cast were Pitt and Paz de la Huerta and they're long gone. And it's unlikely Paz will return. She's apparently insane. But then again it's pretty much public record that she is.
Thanks r61. Any more dish?
How involved is Scorcesse in the production of Boardwalk Empire?
He never visits the set, R62. He supposedly spends a bit of time in the editing suite but that's it. He makes no executive decisions at all, the show is totally run by Winters and Van Patten. Wahlberg is a producer in name only, too.
r63 is that the same Tim Van Patten that as a teen ager launched a thousand gays with his frequent shirtless hotness in the 70's series "White Shadow"
What is he like now, do you know him?
Back to topic, I would be curious how much freedom Terrence Winter and Tim Van Patten have with Boardwalk Empire or does HBO butt in and dictate story or editing etc?>
Do you know? Also what are these guys like as people?
I am not r63, but REALLY r64 I don't have to be to use the internet and find out it is the same Tim Van Patten.
Having said that I would like to know from r63 the answer to the second question you posed about how much control the creators have vs HBO.
Loved loved loved the preview trailer, did Winter and Van Patten put it together?
HOW do they manage to have no plot spoiler leaks on a set that large??
not for nothing but the lead singer of Saint Motel [song at top of linked trailer] is hot as fuck.
in that indie kind of glasses wearing kind of hot.
great trailer can't wait.
[quote] I like that used Buscemi. It's much more interesting having him than a pretty-boy. It's a throwback to the older Hollywood where the most interesting leading men weren't always the prettiest.
Those of us who aren't thrilled with Buscemi in this role weren't asking for a pretty boy, but at least a Gandolfini type, who isn't classically handsome or pretty but has a charm and charisma, and doesn't look like Lon Chaney in the Phantom of the Opera.
but isn't that part of the story r68? If Nucky is charismatic in the sense you are talking about he is much it becomes a different story. Nucky was an average two bit guy who rose on cunning not on being a people magnet.
I think Buscemi is a strong enough presence to hold the thing together without making Boardwalk Empire a one man personality driven thing.
[quote] I think Buscemi is a strong enough presence to hold the thing together without making Boardwalk Empire a one man personality driven thing.
I think Buscemi is posting here, folks.
r63 can confirm this but I hear Buscemi is also very easy to work with, no drama. That must go a long way on a series like Boardwalk Empire.
Anyone know when Boardwalk Empire starts in Canada and the UK?
Same as the States r72
A few questions for the Boardwalk Empire insider if he/she is still around.
Is it true Buscemi was the only actor ever considered for Nucky? I heard an interview in which the creator said he was. I like Buscemi, but I am curious if they considered anyone else?
Also, what specific things did Paz and Pitt do that caused them to be written out? Do you have any specific stories?
And lastly, Do you know the name of the actor in the opening segment of the trailer. The one who says "I am a middleman" I know I have seen him somewhere.
Thanks I A
r74, I am not in a position to answer your first two questions but I can tell you the actor in the first part of the Boardwalk Empire trailer is James Riordan.
r55, happened to read this article in Slate today, addresses your question of how to jump into watching the series
R61 is episode 401 available for viewing? I assume you mean the first episode of season 4?
How did you see it already?
r77, could you be more stupid? R61 knows someone involved in the production who has seen the first episode, not that it is available anywhere for the public to view.
What about the guy who plays Lucky Luciano? Hot as fuck?
I met Glenn Fleshler who plays George Remus on "Boardwalk Empire" at a wedding this past May. He was nice enough, but seemed rather full of himself. Didn't really make any eye contact and we were in a small, intimate group of four people talking for over fifteen minutes. His wife was lovely and seemed to really enjoy being the wife of an actor.
Also, R78, is "could you be more stupid?" directed at R77 really necessary? You sound like a complete asshole.
Who is George Remus?
He's the character on BE who refers to himself in the third person (as George Remus, of course). He's also based on a real-life person.
Who does this actor think he is not to look other people in the eye? Because he has a tiny role on BE?
The thing to remember is that this is a sort of behind the scenes look at one slice of the developing organized crime operations that b became so famous. There have been a lot of TV and film versions of various events, but nothing from the perspective of one powerful mobster based in Atlantic City New Jersey. I remember the Elliot Ness/Untouchables, the various Capone movies, the movie Hoodlum, about Bumpy Johnson's rise in Harlem, The Cotton Club, which was excellent, Mobsters, etc.
When I first saw Episode 1 Season 1, I couldn't get into it. Wasn't a Steve Buscemi fan & didn't care for Michael Pitt. Later, I watched seasons 1&2 and became addicted. It's historically accurate and fascinating. Very well done. I love it.
Loved the trailer. Excellent use ofusic but I wonder if it would be more effective to use period music?
The use it so effectively in the series.
Still it is a fantastic trailer that really makes me want to watch the new season .
Well r82 perhaps he is shy or socially ill at ease. Why do you project his behavior is in any way connected to being on boardwalk empire?
Scorcese has a thing abut music. His music choices are always pretty amazing.
I think the contemporary music is a clever marketing thing.
They are releasing an album of Boardwalk Empire era music around the time of the premiere. It has lots of famous people singing music from the period. Liza and Patti Smith are among them.
Boardwalk Empire is a very haunting show and it is SO well done.
The trailer looks very promising. Can't wait.
with all due respect I think the Boardwalk Empire trailer does the "concept" much better than the Cotton Club clip.
But Hine's dancing is in a league of its own.
Big difference between a trailer and a whole scene from a movie.
Huge difference between attention spans in 1984 and 2013 as well r90.
But I would agree with r89 from an editing standpoint in terms of building tension and creating interest, the Boardwalk Empire trailer is a far better execution.
Cotton Club had the makings of a great film, I don't think it is very well edited and the casting of the leads [Gere] wasn't strong enough.
Love it that they are exploring Harlem and giving more time to people of color. It looks as though they are showing more of the country as well with the "Western Electric" sign in the trailer.
I love this show and I can't believe how excited I am it is coming back on.
I think they got a bit misdirected with Margaret and the hospital stuff, it seemed kind of Lifetimey to me but looks like they are back on track with gangsters big and small and 1920s America.
The preview linked is SICK
[quote]It's historically accurate and fascinating.
This is why I watch, too. That, and Kelly MacDonald and Jack Huston are spectacular.
Curious about who "Middleman" at the top is talking to? Nucky? Chalky? The new Jefferey Wright character?
Looks like with Patricia Arquette they might have a new interesting female character.
Liza Minnelli, Patti Smith and Elvis Costello among others are lending their voices to cover music for Boardwalk Empire Season 4
Boardwalk Empire is HBO's biggest status symbol: The pedigree: Scorsese, the unmatched production values, the best actors in every part.
While AMC and Netflix have gained much on HBO & Showtime in terms of prestige television, Boardwalk Empire is a show that NO other network could produce.
Btw, here is a bit of interesting Boardwalk Empire Trivia: The costume designer created the original costume plot for Mad Men.
Liza? Rufus wainwright? Patti Smith?
Someone on Noardwalk Empire is GAY
Honey, EVERYONE in the 20's was gay.
"that's DOCTOR Naricsse to you whitey" Has to be the new DL catchphrase
Having said that Boardwalk Empire could be a LOT gayer than it is.
who the fuck is Dr. Narcisse? Are you queens on Meth?
Get on topic.
r100, watch the Season 4 preview and you will get it.
But it could get tiresome so lets not encourage it.
Looking forward to Wright on the show
I guess we have lost the BE insider on this thread but I would like to know who is gay in the cast or bi?
I believe the guy who plays Eddie Cantor is gay, Steven DeRosa. I
I wonder if Michael Stuhlbarg who plays Rothstein is gay.
Is Jefferey Wright gay?
I don't think Stuhlbarg is gay. I was the only one in the world who thought Buscemi was gay for the longest time but he isn't
Stephen de Rosa is gay but none of the others are.
Jeffrey Wright is married to the gorgeous British actress Carmen Ejogo and they have two little girls. I see them a lot in Brooklyn Heights.
There are no gay actors on Boardwalk Empire?
Love the trailer, full of Harlem awesomeness. I cannot believe nobody has done a Harlem series. Such a fascinating time.
Also, in the mid 20's [I think season 4 starts in 1924] the prohibition crime network spread well into the mid west. Probably why you see the "Western Electric" sign in the trailer.
[quote] Probably why you see the "Western Electric" sign in the trailer.
Probably. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that the former prohibition agent (whose name escapes me)and his Norwegian wife, and also Al Capone, live in Cicero where Western Electric had a huge factory.
I have watched that trailer several times and I can't find Margaret. Did she die?
R50, I didn't think he was in pieces. I just thought his body was all scrunched down in that box. I can still see the horrible look on his face. Quite upsetting.
No, r110. She walked out on Nucky and took the kids with her in the last episode of Season 3.
[quote]Larry Kramer watches Boardwalk Empire,
No wonder---I'm sure he identified with the Bobby Cannavalle character.
Miss Ginny the Gin maker prohibition expert @r9
I thought that guy's corpse looked really fake. Like a wax dummy. It was a really creepy twist, though.
I wonder how far Boardwal Empire plans to go? Does it end with the end of Prohibition?
R110, Margaret's story will be totally separate from Nucky's. She'll be living with her brother and sisters in NYC.
How do you know that r117?
Terrence Winter discusses Boardwalk Empire with a panel of other show creator/runners at the link
I know Boardwalk Empire films in Staten Island [among other places] But where in SI? They should do a "BE Bus tour" ala Sex in the City"
GAWD that trailer kills, literally I know but if you pay attention most trailers for tv shows are very boring and predictable. This one is genuinely exciting.
My friend was an intern in the Boardwalk Empire production office and said that it is actually a very nice place to work.
He also said that last winter in blizzard conditions several well known actors made their way out to the remote studio in Brooklyn to AUDITION for the first episode including Linus Roache from Law & Ordar and Lee Tergesen from OZ and Terry Kinney from OZ and the guy who plays Jackie's husband on Nurse Jackie.
He said name actors who might not normally audition are willing to do whatever they have to do to get on Boardwalk Empire.
He also told me that the men's period suits are made by Scorcese's personal tailor.
I don't think any of the people you named are announced for the show r123.
btw, Boardwalk Empire is very popular in the UK
r75 since you seem to be in the "know" about the new actors on the show: Who is the blonde Nucky is talking to? New love interest?
This "Kings" trailer btw, is awesome it is like a little Scorcese movie
At worst, every episode is a pretty fascinating time machine trip, and often it's more than that. It's not my favorite show, but I'm far from burnt out on it.
it's a fascinating glimpse into the sick and corrupt world of straight people!
Seriously, I love the show and find it surprising more of the gays aren't into it
so I read that Season 4 will feature all new sets in addition to several new characters.
I guess essentially that means one thing: No more Margaret wandering mournfully through her mansion.
Agree that the " Kings" trailer is like a mini Scorcesse movie, good way to put it. It feels self contained but makes me want to watch the show.
Other HBO trailers like the one for Newsroom where they are all self importantly wandering through the tundra make me ashamed to watch the show.
Did Scorsese create the "Kings" trailer?
This definitely has an excitement and a tautness characteristic of his movies.
R123, I think the actors mentioned in R122's post were up for the role that Ron Livingston is playing in Season 4. Linus Roache would be a fantastic addition to Boardwalk as a new love interest for Margaret.
Chalky and Valentin Narcise are going to both have an affair with a performer at Onyx who bears more than a passing resemblance to Josephine Baker.
r129 when does the cast get shown the first episode of Season 4? Do they see it first at the premiere?
Speaking of which, when is the red carpet/premiere for Boardwalk Empire Season 4? and does Vince/Lucky need a date?
somewhat OT, but I saw Steve Buscemi's ass in a gym locker room in the late 90's. He wasn't displaying, I am just a perv.
Remarkable ass I must say.
r129 where do you get your information? More please.
Are they going to release anymore clips before the 8th of September?
Love the trailer. With the harlem stuff and the midwest stuff this could breathe a whole new life into a show that was already great.
Remarkable in a good way r131?
Seems like there are many new characters this season. I wonder how far in the future Boardwalk Empire is prepared to go? I guess they would like to close out prohibition.
As long as it is a ratings winner HBO will put up the cash.
When is the Ted carpet premier at the Ziegfeld?
The Ted carpet?
The RED carpet event is usually at the Zeigfeld in NYC but I don't know where they are having it this year.
Those red carpets without Paz are like Christmas without the presents.
Can't they bring her back just for the prem?
What did Paz do? Show her cooch? I remember she showed some titty at some event where she was loaded.
I thought she was good on the show though and killer bod.
btw, as a dyke I can tell you even I would give Jack Houston a go.
This is the ONLY preview that ever made me want to watch a show I wasn't already watching.
Something about the progression, the music, the lack of explaining what was going on etc. made me very curious.
I watched Seasons 1 & 2 on HBO go because of this trailer and I am watching 3 this week. Can't wait for the 8th.
HBO does release the first five episodes to press but I don't think they do it this early.
OMG r75, I watched that trailer on HBO and didn't recognize James Riordan until I read your post and looked at it again.
I know him, kinda.. my sister went to college with him. Very blue eyes is what I remember. Is he going to be on the whole season?
r139, it is very possible the critic did see the first few episodes. Since the premiere is a week from Sunday.
I am sure HBO sends the episodes for reviewers well in advance to give them time to watch them.
I am happy that Chalky is going to be a major player this season. I like the actor.
Wonder what is up with Richard Harrow this season. How do you top last year's killing spree?
Harrow needs to have plenty to do this season to keep me interested.
one of the VP's on my floor keeps repeating "only Kings understand each other" in the WORST Jefferey Wright impression imaginable. Imagine my hell.
Agree about Harrow getting more screen time r144.
I googled James Riordan and he is much more handsome on the internet movie database than he is in this trailer.
Slow day at work.
r145, I asked my boss how a meeting with a potential client went yesterday and he actually said "only kings understand each other"
Unfortunately he didn't say it like he was making a joke or referencing a tv show.
saw Jack Huston interviewed on Australian TV very charming and sexy guy
Where is the ted carpet premiere this year? And when? Must be next week
[quote]saw Jack Huston interviewed on Australian TV very charming and sexy guy
Jack was the featured model in YSL Spring '09 menswear video:
Jack Huston is undeniably hot but that Yves Saint Laurent video is ridiculously pretentious. I guess they all are.
I love him on Boardwalk Empire though and hope his storyline is prominent this season.
Liza and Patti Smith are singing on the soundtrack for Season 4 and it has just been released for streaming.
Liza sings " You've Got to See Mama Every Night"
Patti sings "I ain't got nobody"
What does the DL think? Pretty gay moment I'd say.
the real revelation in that article r152 is that Paz has WRITTEN A BOOK and said book is entitled
" The Birds Don't Die In The Winter"
Can we cast the lifetime movie that will arise from this?
WARNING: LINK INCLUDES POTENTIAL SPOILERS DO NOT CLICK ON IT IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SEASON 4
For those Harrow fans: A report from HuffPost
"As For Richard Harrow And Van Alden...
The producers and publicity team were tight-lipped when we asked about the Richard Harrow and Van Alden developments in Season 4 -- so rest assured some big things are going to happen for them/to them/with them. We just don't know what, exactly. But if the powers-that-be are mum about two characters only, then something good must be coming.
I worked with Jack Huston on the production end of "Kill Your Darlings" he could not have been sweeter or more cooperative and he is an excellent actor. He was put in a very difficult situation that would send most "stars" into a tizzy around press and he handled it like a true gentleman.
r141, I used to work for a major casting director who said James Riordan was the best damn actor she had ever seen but unfortunately nobody had ever heard of him so he was hard to pitch.
Hope his appearance on Boardwalk helps.
Liza is so Fab on the Boardwalk Empire Soundtrack for season 4 released this week.
"Dyyaddee Duyear, lishen here"
classic Liza and it actually works for the period. She said in an interview she wants to appear as a character on the show.
I guess she should get something for schtupping Scorcese all those years ago.
Best lyric in the Liza track is
"Schhhhaturday Night I shhhat at home"
Liza would be great actually doing a part on BE, bring her on Marty!
funny r158, but that is NOT the lyric and you know it.
Apart from Liza, the best recordings are from Kathy Brier and Stephen DeRosa.
I also like Leon Redbone's but it Brier and DeRosa really capture the sound of the era.
IMHO of course
Ron Livingston is playing Gillian's love interest and he's not exactly what he seems.
Red carpet on September 3rd.
Boardwalk Empire is the gayest straight show on television. Liza, full frontal male nudity.
and those costumes.....
Needless to say I love it and can't get enough. My hope is Boardwalk Empire goes to the 1960's where Mad Men started.
wonder what that big blue box on the desk is at the start of the trailer.
Since the premiere red carpet is Tuesday it may be too late for this question but I am visiting NYC from London and wondered if it is possible to purchase tickets to this event?
I only want to go to see the first episode before anyone else :)
funny r162, you do have a point.
actually r158, you are incorrect.
Liza actually sings
"For Inshtance, Monday night I Shaatt alone"
and her performance of the song is better than Sophie Tuckers and that is pretty damn good.
OK, just tonight I finished (after 2 weeks) watching all 3 seasons and all the supplementary material - INCREDIBLY FACSCINATING.
I am beyond addicted to the show; I want to re-watch it all.
yeah r167, had almost the same experience. The interviews with the writers and the creator of the show inspired me to revisit episodes I have already seen and I pick up things that totally went over my head the @first viewing.
There is a link upthread to an early review that said the first few episodes are the best ever in the series. Can't wait.
r168 here again, to clarify I was referring to the first few episodes of Season 4 starting next week.
Will Liza appear ON the show or will she just be singing on a soundtrack?
I think for now Liza will just be on the soundtrack but she has indicated in an interview that she would like to appear on the series.
r163, what "blue box" are you referring to? I know it is a small thing but I don't see a blue box and its driving me bonkers.
Red carpet tonight. Time Warner is streaming it through their facebook page. I don't know if you have to be a member to watch it.
you just aren't looking carefully r173
The box is on the desk of the guy who says he is "the middleman" at the top of the trailer.
r156, I read there is some man to man action in "Kill Your Darlings" is Huston's character involved in any of those scenes?
I know he isn't gay but assume gay friendly?
r175, I am not r156 but I would be VERY surprised if Jack Huston were not gay friendly. First of all he is English, which raises the odds that he as dabbled in same sex activity about 4,000 percent.
Also, considering his family and his lineage, I bet it is pretty safe to assume he has known gay people all his life.
r156, does Jack Huston's skin look as flawless in person as it always does in tabloid pix?