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You’ve appeared in a number of thrillers and supernatural dramas.
What in particular draws you to these types of films?
Are you just aching to do like a Judd Apatow movie or romantic comedy or something?
[laughs] Well, I mean, you know, in the last year, I’ve been trying to do stuff like that but it hasn’t really come together, TV shows and more stuff in that vein. And I can say very truthfully, and very honestly, that it charms me every time.
So, you know it feels like in the next few years I’ll probably be doing more stuff like that, as sort of my career progresses. Yeah I saw the preview for that — I haven’t seen the film yet — but I watched the trailer; it looked really good. One of the things I asked him about was if fans of that show pop up for him all over the place and bring it up, or have followed him throughout his career. I mean, mainly because that show to this day was such a huge part of my life, in every way.
Speaking of TV, you broke out in one of my favorite shows of all time, which is “Felicity.”Mine too, mine too. I had never been to Los Angeles before I did that show.
And I was like, Russell herself interjected and agreed with Speedman's assessment that her character's haircut resembled a "chia pet." "But it grew into something great," Speedman added to redeem himself.
It's sweet to see him being so honest now — even though it was a big change, he wanted to be supportive.
"And I knew I had to put on a good show when I was going to see her new haircut.
I was an impressionable teenage girl when that show began.[laughs] I’m sorry. And obviously the people I met, and the experiences I had, and just to work with those people on your first big job, and J. [Abrams] and Matt [Reeves] and Keri Russell and people like that. So, you know, when anybody wants to come say “hi” about that show, I’m honestly more than happy that that happens; it’s a very nice thing. I can’t imagine what it would be like if it were on today, especially with things like Twitter and social media.
It’s so funny because literally, like days ago, I was interviewing Scott Foley. Your fan base would probably be exponentially more involved. It definitely would be really interesting to see what would happen to a show like that now, because it would have been a whole different thing.
I think a show like that, if it had come out now, yeah. I’m sure they would have been shoving us online, and making us do all that, but it would’ve been interesting.
Just before all that [social media] stuff really started to happen, so we missed that thing. This generation seems a lot more comfortable than my generation. Yeah, I was a swimmer growing up, that’s what I did.