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What made you seek out Netflix? Would you be open to the idea of having the show on another channel as well? We are open to other channels, and we actually have already had a few bites. The reason we are so dead-set on Netflix is because I think Netflix is partly, if not mostly, why our fan-base has multiplied to such a crazy extent.
I feel like our fans are still the same age, and only Brendan and I are getting older. And I think Netflix has this beautiful reputation of being nostalgic. And obviously just the format of Netflix that allows us to do a shorter season of episodes, which I think is really great. Right- it helps you make a better show that is really worthy of these fans and the amazing campaign. The streaming services, as well as cable, they hire people that they trust and then they let them go do their thing.
I think a good boss hires someone they think is really qualified, and then basically gets out of their way and lets them do the job they were hired to do- and the cable networks allow shows to do that. And that freedom is important creatively. We also have big players in our industry that are eager to get involved, and we want to be able to come to them with something as prestigious as Netflix.
How has it gone so far, and how can more fans get involved if they want to see the show on the air?
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Well, it was sort of one of those experimental things to see if anyone would be interested, and then it just took off as something that became beyond Brendan and I that was run by fans- with one super-fan sort of overseeing the campaign. It seems like there is some second-tier movement. You know how Roswell fans are. As far as us, the more people that show that Baron And Toluca is something they do indeed want and that there is an actual built in live audience, then it has more of a chance.
But, Roswell knows all about campaigns! So, again, it is this whole campaign where we put this out in to the ether and fans just helped us find our way in helping make this show a reality. But, we still have a long ways to go and need more fans to participate- but they are all out there.
Ideas to give people incentive while feeling the waters of the level of excitement that is out there. Talk about a memory with a Roswell fan that truly stands out to you where you remember knowing just how much of an impact the show had on people.
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God, I feel like there are too many to count. It was always so clear that it was just such an impactful show. Both Brendan and I were really into attending things and getting out there and meeting people. The campaign that is running now is just amazing. Every week I find even more new fans saying how they love the show, asking what the campaign is all about. In terms of how close this fan-base is? These fans come from all over to visit. I know one woman named Sue who was a big fan, and she would come all the way from England to visit her American friend that she met while talking about Roswell twenty years ago- they are lifelong friends and they spend time together.
They all have their handles- like Moondragon- who was a huge community member. She was kind of close to Covina where we shot the show. And someone had posted that she had passed, and I had met her several times, so when they posted the details of the funeral and asked if anyone would like to send flowers or whatnot I happened to be in town at that point, so I went and attended the funeral.
So, he thanked me, and asked who I was, and when I told him that I was Brendan Fehr his face just lit up. And it was in that moment that I really realized that this was so beyond fanboys and fangirls for this community, and I got to be a part of that community too.
And it was fun and important to be a part of it. They are not comparable to how fans feel about this show. So, to be able to pay homage to that and have fun doing while doing it and create something new that these amazing fans can enjoy is really our goal.
We have the material to do it, and we have the passion, and we know we have the love for these fans. What about on you, personally?
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Is there any scene from Roswell you can think back to filming, or even that you can watch over and over and always think of with just the fondest memories? It has to be all of South. All that stuff that went down. And then realizing that there was something really special about the chemistry and the characters. That was such a powerful realization. Have you already read through any of the script of Baron and Toluca together? How does it sound? Do you have any other dream casting choices, or people you would love to get on board the project?
We definitely have our dream ideas. It all depends on who we could get on board. But the script is so well done, Majandra did an amazing job. Baron And Toluca will definitely have that South feeling where you get these two characters that hate to love each other, and love to hate each other while in this great sci-fi world.
It will be a very fun ride. It is going to be a really, really fun time! What was the name of the Roswell holy grail that possessed powers of time travel and space travel? I said the Granolater before! Oh, I know this! Ugh, I had two children! I have ten percent left of my brain!
The Universal Friendship League. She was a skin? I was a young Hank! You were Betty, Majandra. Do I get any points for that!? Oh, I was really bad at the Tess trivia I remember we broke into her house I swear I knew it!
In South, what were the two answers Michael gave for his favorite show- both joking and real? That was good team work there- we came up with that one as a team answer! It was the first horror film to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. The horror genre has never gotten much love from the Academy. Though there still seems to be a bias against scary movies during awards season, The Exorcist earned 10 Oscar nominations inincluding a Best Supporting Actress nod for Linda Blair, who was just 15 years old at the time.
Violet Beauregarde was considered for the role of Regan. Linda Blair's mother loved the script. Blatty insisted that William Friedkin direct the film.
That way, his opinion would have to matter. And while the studio had its own short list of directors to approach for the gig—Arthur Penn, Peter Bogdanovich, Mike Nichols, and Stanley Kubrick among them—Blatty only had eyes for Friedkin, believing that the film would benefit from a grittier style, similar to what Friedkin had done on The French Connection. When the studio told Blatty that they had hired Mark Rydell for the film, Blatty stood his ground—and won!
Marlon Brando was the studio's first choice for Father Merrin. The role eventually went to Max von Sydow. Max von Sydow was only 44 at the time of shooting. It took many hours in the chair with makeup artist Dick Smith to age the actor the 30 or so years the role required. Some have even joked that there are scenes in which von Sydow is wearing more makeup than the demonic Regan.
Jason Miller was a last-minute—albeit intentional—substituion.
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There were a few big names being bandied about for the role of Father Karras, with Jack Nicholson in the early mix before Blatty settled on Stacy Keach. But then Friedkin happened to see a performance of That Championship Season, which was written by and starred Jason Miller. Friedkin knew they had found their man and, as he recounted in his memoir, The Friedkin Connection part of which is excerpted in the 40th edition Blu-raythey purchased Keach out and in stepped Miller, in his feature acting debut.
Throwing anyone down those stairs from Regan's window would be impossible.
It was a bit of Hollywood magic-making—a. Many of the film's cast and crew members believed the set was cursed. Filming in the U. After a number of eerie incidents on the New York City set, including a studio fire that forced the team to rebuild the sets of the house interiors, Blatty and Friedkin regularly brought in a priest, Father Kingto bless the cast, crew, and set when production moved to D.