Friday, May 04, 2007

Interview with Nathan Fillion

Handsome, charming, intelligent, and talented, are just a few of Nathan Fillion’s attributes that solidify this Canadian’s dream man status. Having appeared in a handful of films such as SLITHER and SERENITY, he is predominantly recognized for his noteworthy TV roles. In the upcoming Indie film WAITRESS, Fillion exhibits his comedic skills and delivers a captivating, stimulating, and commanding performance while portraying a gynecologist who falls for his patient.

WAITRESS is a compelling, romantic-comedy, cleverly written/directed by the late Adrienne Shelley. Through her talented ensemble cast, she conveys the importance of recognizing the existence of choices and pursuing happiness. Fillion is cast opposite Kerri Russell with whom he shares an irresistible onscreen chemistry, whilst in pursuit of gratification. If gynecologists looked like that in the real world, ‘paps’ would become the new pastime fad. It was a pleasure meeting Fillion and uncovering his perceptions of the film and experience in working with Shelley on the set of WAITRESS. Check out what he had to say.

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