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June 14 2013

The Making of Joss Whedon's 'Much Ado About Nothing'. Fran Kranz, Amy Acker, Nathan Fillion, Alexis Denisof and Clark Gregg talk to Backstage: "We had some police show up at some point."

There's video too.

This is one of those interviews where by the time you go "oh, great response" you've already managed to read two more.
Franz's surprise at getting paperwork for it being a movie is hilarious.
Nathan Fillion: I thought he was going to film us sitting around reading. I thought, This will be low pressure!

Fran Kranz: I really believed that too. Then I saw a group email where he was stressing, “Know your lines,” and I saw all these names involved, and I thought, This is incredible. And the first A.D. emailed me asking for my social security, and I wrote back, “Are we getting paid for this?”

Yeah, I liked this whole exchange. So funny that none of them seemed to comprehend what they had signed up for, and yet they signed up anyway. I read over and over the faith all the actors have in Joss, and yet it still surprises me the extent to which they will seemingly do anything to be involved with his projects.
I haven't giggled in quite awhile, yet this post left me in tears of laughter.

Thank you, Caroline.

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