J.K. Simmons talks about his role selection process and why he thinks he was able to transition from stage roles to film and television roles.
J.K. Simmons talks about the challenges he faces as an actor and how, even after all these years on screen, there are still questions that he can’t answer.
J.K. Simmons talks about playing two versions of the same character on Counterpart and more.
The pair spoke about the challenges of working on a musical and working with Chazelle on his dream project.
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Simmons talks about his career in detail, including how taken he was with the Whiplash screenplay by writer/director Damien Chazelle and how much he believed in the project
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Eli took some time to answer a handful of questions about his audition and call back for the show, working with Simmons and his advice to young actors.
ABC has 9 new scripted shows coming – 7 for the fall season and 2 as mid-season replacements.
J.K. Simmons: “Unless your name is Clooney or Pitt or Hanks, I think it’s hard to feel completely like you’re established”
“Unless your name is Clooney or Pitt or Hanks, I think it’s hard to feel completely like you’re established or where you want to be. This script, which I am eternally grateful for, came to me but only after it bounced off a couple other guys first who didn’t want to do it or couldn’t schedule it. I’d love to be more established”
How does he explain his good fortune? “Ultimately a lot of it is just right place, right time.”