Ovation has released three on-set videos in the run up to the season premiere of A Young Doctor’s Notebook on October 2nd.
“He’s an enthusiastic, wonderful, young man. He’s got a tremendous work ethic and is a lovely guy. It’s an important thing to cast somebody in a lead that you have confidence that they’re going to be able to pull off the amount of work, especially when you’re working on a relatively small budget and under schedule constraints. I mean, we’re getting a lot of value for the time we’re spending on shooting this and Dan has been, for the first two weeks, in almost every scene and has pulled all of them off with physical comedy…with tons of props that aren’t things we normally use. It’s been a blast.”
Dan goes on to mention:
“I was so flattered that Jon thought of me and everyone gave me the chance to do something like this…which is different than anything I’ve done before. Also the idea that I may, one day, be as handsome as Jon Hamm – I live in hope!“
Catch the sneak peak at the links below:
For fans in the U.K., Sky Arts is expected to air the sequel, A Young Doctor’s Notebook and Other Stories, in late November/early December.
Dan appears in a Sky Arts promotional video to discuss his upcoming four-part TV mini-series A Young Doctor’s Notebook and Other Stories, a follow up to last year’s very successful A Young Doctor’s Notebook, which was Sky Arts highest rated programme in the channel’s history.
You can watch the video here.
A Young Doctor’s Notebook and Other Stories is expected to air late November/early December.
Those of you in the States can watch A Young Doctor’s Notebook on Ovation from 2nd October.
Following Horns‘ premiere on Friday, Dan’s film The F Word had its premiere at TIFF last night, and reviews for both films are starting to arrive.
Horns is proving to be quite divisive for reviewers – much like Marmite, people seem to either love it or hate it, though Dan’s performance is generally praised, regardless of the reviewer’s thoughts about the film. Click the links below to read the reviews.
The F Word has been very well received, and praised for offering a fresh take on the well-worn rom-com conventions, and once again, reviews are very complimentary of Dan’s work. Links to reviews are below, and you can also watch this evening’s press conference for the film.
We’ll update this post with more reviews as they come in.
Dan’s Kill Your Darlings castmates Dane DeHaan, Jack Houston, and Michael C. Hall, along with director John Krokidas have now arrived in Toronto ahead of Tuesday’s premiere, and the group posed for a photo call.
Check out more photos from the session at JustJared.
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