One day I hope we find ourselves collaborating again.One of your earlier roles was Final Destination, which actually turns 15 this year! James Wong and Glen Morgan had done Millennium and X-Files, all these things up in Vancouver, and they had cast me in a couple episodes of Millennium and killed me off both times.
It was a great opportunity to play the good character and go to New York and shoot it. Hopefully you make them a little better and they make you a little better. But at the same time, I look at it as an opportunity, one that provided me with a day’s work and to observe guys like John and Chris [Pratt], who have been doing it for a long time and are successful, and to see what a big machine that whole universe is.
There’s one called Only I, which is a mixed martial arts film. But The Night Shift, February 23rd after the Voice is the premiere date.
That’s the one I’m working on currently and one that I hope I’ll be working on for a long time, that I’m really proud of.
It’s this old television show that I loved with Lance Henriksen.
I had done [Final Destination] after I did the pilot of Roswell, when I didn’t know if Roswell had been picked up.