As announced here a few weeks ago, Lauren is a guest on TVline’s Dream Emmy Nominee Q&A and you can now listen to the 37min conversation between her and Michael Ausiello!
She talked about the Gilmore Girls revival, her failed pilot “Linda from HR“, her guest role in the upcoming season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and all of her writing projects (a bonus chapter for the paperback version of “Talking As Fast As I Can“, available on October 3rd)
In this clip from Lauren and Constance Zimmer’s episode of Variety Studio: Actors on Actors, Lauren compares finding the perfect role to falling in love and how she later realized how rare a connection like that to a role was:
Ahead of the release of Lauren and Constance Zimmer’s conversation for the Actors on Actors series (which should happen soon!), Variety has published 2 pictures, a solo portrait and one of Lauren and Constance, both accompanied by quotes:
“Christopher Reeve said he knew a part was right for him when he just couldn’t stand the idea of anybody else doing it. And that’s how I felt about Lorelai. I was like, ‘Get out of my way.’ I just felt like it was mine.”
“Meryl Streep said that when she was reading a script and she bumped up against something that she didn’t like or didn’t want to do or didn’t think was true to the character, that very often it was the key to the character. I think that’s such an interesting dialogue because you become so possessive of these people you play.”
In Yahoo TV’s “My Scene to Remember” Emmy series, which spotlights performances and other contributions that they feel deserve recognition, Lauren revisited the scariest thing she had to do on “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: the pretzel scene 😢.
“It was the scariest thing I had to do,” she says, referring to the scene in “Fall” in which Lorelai makes a call to her mother, Emily (Kelly Bishop), while on her Wild trek in California. “It was one of the last things we did. It meant a lot to me personally, because it is a memory that Lorelai has of her father — who, in real life, had passed, and in the show, his absence was a very big presence.”
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