Thursday, March 12, 2009

Mandi Bierly talks to David Boreanaz about...a bit of everything!

Mandi Bierly took fan questions for David Boreanaz and now you can see the results!

For those of you who hate spoilers, well, um, they take a big chunk to talk about BB spoilers.....right in the middle!

Here are some of the questions from the beginning:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: First of all, it's so funny that you just let it slip that you and your wife are expecting a second child on Regis & Kelly, because we had a number of readers ask if you hoped to add to your family [which includes six-year-old son Jaden]. N2SEELEYBOOTH went as far as to say that you need a daughter.
DAVID BOREANAZ: It's exciting. I think it's probably gonna be a girl. Girl energy. I'm done. [Laughs] It's all over. We'll know soon.

When is the baby due?
Well, the stork will be flying in a northeasterly direction somewhere in September area.

Is that for Jaden? Does he think there's a stork coming?
Jaden knows how it happens. I'm the one who's like, "Here comes the stork!"

This is one of my favorite questions: GLAD DALLAS IS T.O. FREE says, "David, the episode of Angel where you stepped behind the camera to direct involved scenes in a strip club. This episode heads in that direction as well. Coincidence, or directorial input?"
That was total coincidence. I got nothing more to say on that matter. I'm not gettin' in trouble. Next question. [Laughs]

I got to see a rough cut of the episode. How many takes for the lap dance?
You know what, the lap dance, how many takes did we do?... I don't remember. [Laughs] I gotta get off the stripper questions.

I find it hard to believe that you wouldn't remember a scene with Strawberry Lust. Or, "Miss Lust" as Booth calls her.
Was that her name? [Laughs] Next.

From there it moves into more questions about "The Bones that Foam," spoilers, and general talk about Bones, Booth, Castle and much more!

8 comments:

Shep said...

'Cast myself and Johnny Depp as rivals' - film heaven! This interview was great. I loved his answers to the Castle questions!

Kili Climbers said...

I feel bad for David and all the sex related questions sometimes....good thing he has a great sense of humor!

Stephanie said...

The Castle part cracked me up! I would love to have seen a video of this interview. It was hilarious! Though, really, who didn't watch the Castle commercials and think about Bones?

I loved all the stripper questions, too. These fan questions were really trying to get him in trouble! Thanks for posting the interview!

n2seeleybooth said...

I loved his response to the question he must be sick of about the sex between the characters ruining the chemistry back away from the ledge"

cordy said...

great interview.
Can someone please explain the castle-thing to me? Is it a new series which has a similar concept as Bones?
I also liked his response to the Moonlighting-question. I can totally understand that he must be sick that this comes up again and again.

Anonymous said...

haha that was great! david's so awesome.

@cordy... yeah, Castle is a new show on ABC about a super-goofy writer guy and a super-serious cop (or maybe FBI) girl. I know the series starts out because someone is doing copy-cat murders on the guy's book (remind you of a bones episode?), and so he gets to be part of the investigation. and from the commercials, you can tell they're TOTALLY pushing that "love-hate" "serious-goofy" "will-they-be-a-couple?" thing, with the guy totally playing the role of booth (except not a cop) and bones

gonna admit though, I really love whoever they picked to play the writer guy. he's pretty awesome (though, not NEARLY as awesome as david!)

Shep said...

The actor who plays the writer is Nathan Fillion: Firefly, Dr Horrible's Singalong Blog, Buffy(season 7), One Life to Live.

Wendy said...

Castle is actually a very good show, and the dynamic between the characters (and even the characters themselves) is not "just like Bones." It's a procedural, that's very funny, and it has a male/female pairing. Castle is much more of a cad, and more childish, than Booth. The female cop understands people and pop culture, etc, just fine, but she just doesn't like being a part of it.

We will be watching Castle again, and I hope it succeeds. I love Nathan Fillion!

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