Best of luck with the shoot. Please do not let any of the actors 'turn the page,' as did that chuckle-headed former partner of mine Eddie. As for the criminal element in the prison, let me know if you need consultation. Once a detective, always a detective.-your pal Jack.
OMG... I am really loving this blog and finding it hard not to check it out everyday. I am going away for a few days and wondering if i should bring my laptop... lolThanks for showing us all the fun stuff!!!!
Thank you so much for this blog. I can't wait for each new day to see what happens next.Love Andy with his short hair and prison guard uniform. Women love men in uniform,you know,no matter what sort of uniform it is.I don't know Ezra Miller but from what I have seen on this blog he is going to be great.Look forward to the next report.
"Jack": Nice to hear from ya'. I remember our efforts with great pride and affection but am pleased to find myself working with a class of actor that is unlikely to turn the script page in mid scene. Thanks for checking in.Maria: you would even think of leaving town without your laptop and thus severing your internet connectivity? Are you like thinking it's the early 1990's out? Putting that aside, you simply must stay with us--once on a production it's more or less impossible to get free of it.Di: I like Andy's short hair too, but can't speak to your "women/men/uniform" comment. When I see men in uniform (Andy included) I usually want to disappear.Keep reading!
I have to check this blog every day. There are so many news, information, photos and videos etc about the filming of City Island. I can't get enough of them, especially Andy. I am very interested to see the production chart. You guys are really working very hard - 12 hours a day and only 30 mins for lunch. I like Andy' short hair but I also like his hair long. I am a woman, but I don't like men in uniform. I hope Andy does not wear the uniform too often in this movie.