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Archive for September, 2008

‘Californication’: A scandalous return, much to our delight

From The LA Times:

In some ways, it’s difficult to tell who is more sex obsessed: David Duchovny, or the rest of us.

The 48-year-old actor issued a statement in August, saying through his lawyer that he’d voluntarily entered a facility for the treatment of sex addiction, and asked for “respect and privacy” as he and his family dealt with the issue. Then again, you already know this by now, because we in the media (and, admit it, you at home) bypassed the whole respecting-his-privacy bit and ran with this story like dogs with a bone.

It was too easy, after all. Duchovny had by this time gained much notoriety –- and a Golden Globe -– for his portrayal of Hank Moody in “Californication,” the Showtime series about a writer who happens to have lots and lots … and lots … of sex. And so it came to be, all of us thinking about it, talking about it, sending it to each other via texts and e-mails that read something to the effect of, “Have you heard!?” The phrase “life imitates art” shot out of us like a tick. News features asking, “What is sex addiction?” followed.


Californication Season Two Premiere Tonight

If you want to see the real reason why David Duchovny got shipped off to sex-addiction rehab … check out Californication. It’s crazy. Crazy awesome. Duchovny plays Hank Moody, a sex-crazed, alcohol-drinking, pott-smoking, writer’s-block-ridden father, who is struggling to create his new masterpiece, be a good role model, and win back the love of his life, his ex-wife Karen.

The last episode ended with Karen’s wedding. She decides to leave her hubby-to-be and run away with Hank … But I have my doubts that it will be happily ever after for this troubled twosome. We shall see. Season two premieres tonight on Showtime.

David Duchovny to Star in The Joneses

David Duchovny has signed on to play a father living a lie in the upcoming dramedy, The Joneses, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The actor, who entered rehab last month for sex addiction, will star alongside Demi Moore, Amber Heard and Gary Cole in the film about a faux family feigning the picture of a perfect clan as a marketing ploy to introduce luxury products to neighborhoods.

Duchovny will play the bogus father, who is currently undergoing a “crisis of confidence” due to the phony life he’s leading, while Moore will portray the career-driven mother who’s struggling with her growing affection for Duchovny’s character.

Heard, who most recently appeared in Pineapple Express, will play their fake daughter, who herself is putting the moves on Duchovny’s character while looking for a rich sugardaddy.

Cole, who will next be seen on Chuck, will play a neighbor.

Echo Lake’s Doug Mankoff and Andy Spaulding will produce the flick with Kirsti Zea (Goodfellas). Filming starts next month in Atlanta.

Mel Gibson Buys Duchovny Home

Mel Gibson has purchased the Malibu home once owned by David Duchovny and wife Téa Leoni. Head over to the LA Times website for the full story and photos.

‘X-Files: I Want to Believe’ Blu-ray Due December

Fox has announced an early-December Blu-ray arrival for ‘X-Files: I Want to Believe,’ which will come to high-def as the studio’s first title with BD-Live interactivity.

The follow-up to 1998’s first big-screen ‘X-Files’ film ‘Fight the Future,’ ‘I Want to Believe’ arrived in theaters this past summer over six years after the end of the television series. Again re-teaming David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as agents Mulder and Sculley, ‘I Want to Believe’ failed to ignite in theaters, grossing less than $25 million domestically.

Hoping to give the Chris Carter-directed thriller a second shot on video, Fox will debut the Blu-ray with multiple exclusives and Digital Copy on December 2, day-and-date with the standard DVD.

Complete supplements have not yet been revealed, but exclusive content confirmed so far includes a picture-in-picture (Bonus View) in-movie experience (featuring video commentary with cast & crew, behind-the-scenes footage and storyboards and concept art), an isolated score track and D-Box enhancement.

And in a first for the studio, the Blu-ray will include the BD-Live feature “The X-Files Dossier: Agent Dakota Whitney Files,” allowing users to search the files of the film’s characters.

Additional content shared between the Blu-ray and DVD include audio commentary by Carter and producer Frank Spotnitz, the “Trust No One: Can The X-Files Remain A Secret?” documentary, a pair of featurettes (“Body Parts: Special Make-up Effects,” “Chris Carter: Statements on Green Production”), deleted scenes, gag reel, still galleries, a music slideshow, theatrical trailers and a Digital Copy of the film.

Tech specs for the Blu-ray will see both the theatrical and unrated cuts of the film presented on a BD-50 dual-layer disc with 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 video and English DTS-HD Lossless Master Audio 5.1 Surround.

Suggested retail price for the Blu-ray has been set at $39.98.


‘Californication’ Stars Comment on the Duchovny Sex-Addiction

David Duchovny has entered the Meadows rehabilitation center in Arizona as treatment for his sex addiction and since then fans and co-actors have shown their support for the 48-year-old star of Showtime’s Californication. In fact, Pamela Adlon, who stars as Marcy Runkle on the series, says that despite Duchovny’s troubles, she had a great time filming the second season of the show with him.

“I really can’t comment. I just know he’s great,” Adlon told AOL News. “David’s like my bro’. Everyone’s great. We had an awesome time.”

Additionally, Evan Handler, who stars as Charlie Runkle, says that “As far as David’s personal life goes, I don’t know anything about it. [But] I do know there’s no one I’ve enjoyed working with more. This sounds like the usual stuff people spew, but I’ve been honest enough in the past with experiences I haven’t enjoyed.”

Handler also attributes the show’s success to Duchovny’s excellent work on the show, saying, “I think David does a phenomenal job. He carries the show with absolute grace and ease. There’s no separation between David and the rest of the cast. As far as I’m concerned, the rest of us wouldn’t be there having a good time if it weren’t for him.”

As for some inside scoop on what’s to come for season 2, Handler reveals, “Charlie gets into wild trouble in season two. Much more than anything in season one. The Runkle empire definitely crumbles only to be possibly resurrected at the very end.”


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