John / January 5th, 2015

I’ve added a promotional still of Kirsten on the TV series “Portlandia” to the gallery.

We’ve also updated the gallery layout to match the rest of the website. Nice work Jess!

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John / December 14th, 2014

After nabbing three Emmys, including one for best miniseries, back in August, Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley put awards season behind him and started working on the second season of his FX anthology — one that will revisit at least one character from the first season, albeit 35 years eaarlier.

“It’s interesting because we’ve been so focused on making the next year of the show that this second half of awards season really snuck up on me,” Hawley told The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday morning, shortly after his series received four nominations. “To now live with these shows more than the hour a week they’re on, sometimes obsessively, it keeps things alive. It’s also a whole other component of what it means to make movies and television these days. To some extent, you want to control the information that gets out. Not in the J.J. Abrams mystery-box way, but I don’t want to spoil the viewers that don’t want to know, because there are a lot of those as well.”

Fargo’s Globes nominations (and SAG nomination and AFI award) come just as the pieces are falling into place for the sophomore run. Hawley, who already detailed that the series would visit the 1979 Sioux Falls incident involving a young Lou Solverson (originally played by Keith Carradine), found two key castmembers just this week. Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons will play married couple Peggy and Ed Blomquist.

“There are still some big roles we haven’t filled yet,” said Hawley. “You always hope that five Golden Globe nominations will help you do that. It’s a bigger cast this time. It’s more ambitious, but right at the heart of it is this married couple. Kirsten’s name came up very quickly. And, for me, there was no one else other than Jesse. I don’t write with actors in mind, but as soon as I started thinking about it … that combination tells a story. That’s critical in casting.”

One of the bigger yet-to-be-cast roles is the young Carradine. And Hawley, who’s already in Alberta prepping for filming in mid-January, concedes that the original seed for Lou Solverson’s story was a bit of an accident.

“It was really just a story to give him a point of reference,” he explained. “The more I thought about it, the more I thought, ‘That’s fun. Let’s tease that.’ It’s not like I’m sitting around now thinking about what I’m going to do after this one. I’m just thrilled that another story came to me that I thought was as good.”

Season three, of course, seems like even more of an inevitability as Fargo rakes in more nominations. And for any idea of how Hawley envisions them being strung together, his description of connectivity between the film and the series is a good place to start.

“I always had this image in my head of some old, leather-bound book with hand-drawn illustrations that was published in the 50s,” he said. “It’s like The History of True Crime in the Midwest. The movie was a chapter from it, and our first year was a chapter from it.”

Fargo returns to FX in the fall of 2015.

Michael O’Connell; hollywoodreporter.com



John / December 10th, 2014

The population of “Fargo” has just grown by two.

FX’s adaptation of the Coen Brothers film has cast Kirsten Dunst and “Breaking Bad” alum Jesse Plemons for the second season of the anthology series, which will premiere next fall.

Dunst has been cast as Peggy Blomquist, a small town beautician with big city dreams who is trying to figure out who she really is and what she really wants as she struggles with traditional societal expectations.

Plemons, who made a splash as Todd on “Breaking Bad” toward the series’ tail end, will play Peggy’s husband Ed, a butcher’s assistant who wants to be supportive of his wife’s self-discovery, even if he doesn’t quite understand it.

The 10-episode second season of “Fargo” will be set in 1979 and take place in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota. The season will feature a young Lou Solverson (played by Keith Carradine in the first season, and yet to be cast for this season), a police officer recently arrived back from Vietnam. Other characters yet to be cast for season include Solverson’s wife Betsy, their four-year-old daughter Molly and fellow officer Ben Schmidt.

Tim Kennedy: thewrap.com

Wow that’s very interesting news. I really enjoyed the first season of Fargo so I’m even more excited to see Season Two now!



John / November 21st, 2014

I’ve added to the gallery screencaps of Kirsten on “Conan” on September 23rd. I’ve also added a lovely photo of Kirsten backstage at the show with actor & comedian Ike Barinholtz.

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John / November 9th, 2014

I’ve added screencaps of Kirsten on “The View” on September 16th to the gallery.

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John / October 24th, 2014

I’ve added screencaps of Kirsten on “The Today Show” last month to the gallery.

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John / September 24th, 2014

Last night Kirsten was a guest on “Conan”. I’ve added a few promo pics to the gallery & you can watch part of Kirsten’s interview below (Kirsten has quit smoking again!). You can watch more of Kirsten’s interview at teamcoco.com & if you live in America you can also watch the full show.

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John / September 19th, 2014

Kirsten is one of the guests on next Tuesday episode of “Conan”. Also joining host Conan O’Brien will be legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon & actor Ike Barinholtz. The show airs on TBS at 11pm Eastern Time.



John / September 19th, 2014

On Tuesday Kirsten was a guest on “The View”. I’ve added some pics to the gallery & you can watch the video of Kirsten being interviewed on the show here.

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John / September 18th, 2014

Yesterday (Tuesday) Kirsten was interviewed on “The Today Show”. I’ve added pics to the gallery & you can watch the interview here.

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