Monday, September 05, 2005

I am an extra

Today I did my on-camera interview for the Severance DVD. I was shitting myself all day, knowing that I'd fuck it up, and that they'd either leave me off the DVD completely, or worse, put me on there anyway, despite my crap performance. I really didn't want to be the DVD extra that you stick on for about 30 seconds, before going "meh" and skipping. Luckily, the backdrop of the Severance poster collapsed just before I started, so I was distracted for about 10 minutes while we both tried to fix it. By the time we got going, I had calmed down and did a reasonably coherent interview. If I'm not on the DVD, then you'll know that my memory has lied to me yet again.

9 comments:

lou said...

dude, man. if i'm this excited, god, your life must've turned upside down. so... should we start saving up for a sparkly gown (for him) and a tux (for me) for the world-premiere in some swanky hotel? failing that, an all-hail uncle ralphy nodermeet is on the cards ;)

James Moran said...

I can't even describe how excited and befuddled I am, it's too surreal for words. Don't know what kind of premiere it'll be, but there'll definitely be something. But you never need an excuse for a meetup to hail my mightiness. Bow down! Kneel before Zod!

Jodie x said...

Can I just have a sparkly gown anyway?

rawshark said...

I'm not going to kneel down before anyone (especially those called Zod!) but I have to say that that DVD interview as new horror writer is cool as mofo man..
Cannot wait to see this movie - sounds a blast..!

soulmining said...

Yeah, well done mate! P.S. Can we come to the party too?

James Moran said...

I'll probably have a pissup or two when it's released, so you'll all have to come out and help celebrate...

Jodie, we'll discuss your outrageously selfish demands for clothing when I get home. Wait for me in the dungeon.

Cindy said...

Ooooh- a release party! And sparkly gowns! Rock.

May I come over too? Pwease? ;)

Anonymous said...

Greetings & Salutations,

Have I hidden this deep enough in the ebb and flow of conversation to be lost in the background noise? I do hope so, it's getting to be a habit.

I've been silent but I have been watching and I am so proud of you. Congratulations my friend, the humour, the bile, the horror has always been strong in this one. And with a partnership as strong as yours you could not fail...

Anonymous said...

...the twisted women behind the deeply sick and twisted man has been a joy and a pleasure to behold.

I want to thank you for all the time and patience you invested in me. Jodie for the compassion for a friend of a friend, kudos. Art, you will always be Art to me, thank you for reminding me that poets should write and they will prevail.

So. So? So. That's a story you know. I wander of into the world at large to make my fortune (hah!) and find my place or at the very least make it.

Good luck my friends and thank you.

Ever yours, Andy the Hat.
god please don't stop