“Green screen acting sucks, it is so hard to do.” – James Wolk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUTYPLp24fs Forgetting lines? Corpsing? Delivering lines in Spanish? Unruly props? All in a day’s work…
Interview: Clark Gregg on ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ and Only Needing to Know as Much as His Character in “Any Given Scene” (video)
When asked if he likes to know in advance what’s going to happen to his character, he said that he “can’t act it as well if he knows too much.” He goes on to say that he “needs to know as much as Phil Coulson knows in any given scene.”
Chris Lowell (Enlisted, Veronica Mars) is just a boy trying to figure out his place in life.
I don’t think any actor could ever replicate the career path of Clark Gregg. After…
Red-Band Trailer: ‘The To Do List’ starring Aubrey Plaza, Bill Hader, Rachel Bilson, Donald Glover, Andy Samberg and Clark Gregg
In Theaters: July 26th
Clark Gregg on His Movie ‘Trust Me’: “Anyone who is in Hollywood long enough, you go through some… kind of feeling like that untouchable loser who can’t get a break”
Clark Gregg took time out from his schedule of appearing in all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies to film Trust Me, a movie he wrote, directed, and starred in about Howard, a luckless Hollywood agent for child actors who seems to finally have hit his stroke of luck with a young actress.
It’s definitely an adjustment to go from shooting a huge blockbuster movie to an independent film. Just ask Clark Gregg who has appeared in films like Iron Man and The Avengers, and is now starring in the dark comedy, Trust Me.
For all of you Joss Whedon lovers (and who isn’t?), here is the full WonderCon panel for his new film, Much Ado About Nothing.
‘The Avengers’ Clark Gregg on His Directing Ambitions: “Sometimes being an actor is being a song in someone else’s mixtape, so I really understand why more and more actors are making films of their own”
Gregg — who wrote, directed, and starred in the 2008 movie Choke — spoke about his ambitions behind the camera — which, of course, includes superheroes.
Gregg has managed to make that character a major part of the Marvel movie universe, not only appearing in Iron Man 2 and Thor but also the upcoming superhero team-up movie The Avengers
Clark Gregg might be most known as Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Movie Universe, but he’s had an extensive career in film and television and is a member of the Atlantic Theater Company.
When Clark Gregg signed on to play Agent Phil Coulson in the Iron Man franchise, he didn’t necessarily think he’d be promoting the series’ third installment in 2011.