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    Duchovny on squeezing movies in around Californication

    From The Orlando Sentinel: I talked with David Duchovny about his new movie, The Joneses, and focused on his relationship to the film’s satiric warning about the dangers of marketing and a consumerist lifestyle for the print version of that story.

    But that didn’t leave room for him talking about his zeitgeist-tackling cable series, Californication, or his future plans or what car one should drive to Be Like Dave. So that part of our talk is below.

    “I am so (s%^$$&) at the zeitgeist,” Duchovny says. “I didn’t see The X-Files coming. I didn’t Californication catching on.

    “I thought a couple of movies I’d done were going to be huge hits and they weren’t. I’m really bad at that. I consider myself a smart guy, and yet I have no clue if something I’m doing is going to catch on.

    “I realized, at some point, that there is no repeating of that X-Files thing. It’s luck. It’s Avatar, the planets aligning. I’m not going to try and top that.

    “When I got off the show, I was thinking, ‘How am I going to top it?’ Then I realized that wasn’t going to happen.I said ‘No more TV’ Fine. But cable started doing these great niche shows – Sex and the City, The Sopranos – that were giving you more creative freedom than you get on broadcast TV or the movies.

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    David Duchovny weighs in on the next season of ‘Californication’ and beyond

    At a press conference in Los Angeles for his new independent film, The Joneses, David Duchovny just couldn’t duck Californication questions from pesky television reporters who wanted to know just where Hank Moody could go next season, as well as how long Duchovny would consider keeping the character alive.

    “Last year was a descent. We went as far down as we could and still keep it a comedy,” Duchovny shared with a chuckle in his voice. “And we’re not trying to make this a drama, so this year will be about rising up.” It would pretty much have to, we guess!

    The actor, who currently lives in New York with his family, only comes out here to Los Angeles only periodically to shoot. “It’s not the X-Files ten month long shoot,” Duchovny explained. “It’s almost like a vacation!” Therefore, he enjoys shooting Californication more than some of the other projects in his past.

    That being said, then, just how long does Duchovny think– or want the show to keep going? After all, the show that truly put him on the map– the aforementioned X-Files– lasted for nearly a decade. “It will get canceled before I get tired of it,” he smiled into the sea of reporters.

    But realistically? He thinks the show, which has completed three seasons can easily go to six or seven, keeping Hank Moody– and Duchovny himself– in our homes for years to come.

    David Duchovny and Demi Moore Interview THE JONESES

    From collider.com: In the new film The Joneses, Steve (David Duchovny) and Kate Jones (Demi Moore), along with their two teenage children, move into an upscale community with the best goods, clothing and cars that anyone in the neighborhood has ever seen. The thing is, they’re not actually a family. They are employees of a stealth marketing organization who are in competition with each other to raise their sales while making everyone else want what they’ve got.

    During a press conference to promote The Joneses, co-stars David Duchovny and Demi Moore talked about consumerism and how you have to keep a perspective on what’s valuable and important in life, rather than on material things. Check out what they had to say after the jump:

    Question: What influences what you buy?

    David: I like to see what Demi is wearing. No. I think we’re all affected and influenced by what we see. Growing up, I probably wanted to look like that basketball player, Walt Frazier, so I dressed like a pimp from the ’70s, and that’s back in style now, which is good. I think we all choose our style from the ether and whatever is out there.

    Demi: There’s nothing wrong with having a desire to want nice things. It’s when we place that as a measure of the value of ourselves that it goes askew. Or, in the case of the film, it goes to the point of leveraging your entire life.

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    David on Bonnie Hunt 4/16

    David is scheduled to be on The Bonnie Hunt Show on Friday, April 16.

    David & Demi Keep Up with ‘The Joneses’ Premiere

    The premiere of the new film, The Joneses, in Hollywood on Thursday really cracked Demi Moore up! Demi’s co-star David Duchovny was able to keep a big smile on her face. Her husband Ashton Kutcher and daughter Rumer Willis also kept Demi in good spirits while keeping her company on the carpet!

    While at the premiere, David was having Demi Tweet for him!

    “She did get me into Twitter,” David told reporters of working with Demi. “I only Twittered when I was with Demi. I just told her to tell them I am here.”

    David and Demi’s film is about what appears to be a perfect family living the American Dream in a suburban neighborhood, but aren’t as they seem to be to their neighbors.

    “It was so original,” David told reporters of what drew him to the story. “I had kind of given up on doing something as original as that and it’s such a clever premise.”

    “You just hope that they are entertained and that it’s funny and moving,” he explained of what he hopes people take away from the film. “You always wonder how they will respond.”

    So, what’s David’s American Dream?

    “I have it,” he said. “I have been very lucky with a wonderful family.”

    And he’s looking forward to spending summer vacation with them!

    “They are going to come out soon when school is over because they live in New York,” David explained to OK!. ” So when school is over they’ll come have summer in L.A. with me!”

    Source: OK Magazine

    David Duchovny previews Californication’s fourth season

    David Duchovny is about to go to work on the next season of his Showtime series Californication. The sexual escapades of frustrated writer Hank Moody will continue to amuse audiences as Hank himself digs his way out of the hole he got into last year.

    “Well, we left Hank last year going to jail,” Duchovny said at a press conference where he was promoting his new movie, The Joneses. “It’s kind of like last year was a descent. It’s a comedy too so we went about as far down as we could in terms of keeping this a comedic show. We’re not trying to be a drama so now I think this year is going to be about rising up and using that as the low point.”

    The show will introduce several new characters, with A-list guest stars to play them. The guest stars have not yet been signed, but Duchovny revealed the roles they would play. “My lawyer is one,” he said. “And a famous actress, a famous Hollywood actress. Every season is always like a new milieu and a new set of guest stars, which is really refreshing for all of us. Last year we had Kathleen Turner and Peter Gallagher. This year, we’re going to have some new people as well.”

    For the actress, the show would not ask a star to play themselves in a self-referential role. They’ve created the character of an actress who only exists in the world of Californication.

    “Probably a fictional person, a fictional famous person. Well, we’re all pretty fictional but not a name that you’d recognize [in the real world.]”

    Duchovny likes having strong characters for Hank to go up against. “For me, when approaching Hank, what I always like is for him to have a worthy adversary. He’s kind of a malcontent so he’s always arguing people. When he’s arguing with people that can’t argue back or aren’t strong adversaries, I see it as bullying and I don’t like it as much. When he has somebody like the self-help guru in the second year, things like that I like very much because he’s actually fighting for something rather than just destroying things.”

    Hank’s sexual escapades have to get more and more outrageous every year. When the show starts with a woman punching him in the face mid-coitus, and Hank vomiting on an expensive painting, it’s hard for the writers to top themselves.

    “It’s tough,” Duchovny said. “It’s hard. There’s only so much puke, you know.”

    Californication enters its fourth season this year with no signs of slowing down. Duchovny was a regular on Fox’s The X-Files for nine years and still guest starred in the final two. He’s game to continue Californication as long as it takes.

    “It’s such a pleasure to do because it’s almost like a vacation. Especially now that I’m living in New York, I get to come out here and shoot it for three months. Unlike an X-Files, it’s not a 10 ½ month schedule so I really like doing it. I think it’ll get cancelled before I get tired of it. Cable doesn’t have to go that long because the economics of it are different from free TV. I would hope six, six seasons, 12 each, 12 episodes per season.”

    Maybe Hank could even take a trip to New York one year. “I would love that because then I could work out of home but it’s hard to imagine a show called Californication. Unfortunately, because of the logistics of shooting a 12 episode season, I think if you’re shooting 25, you could shoot four in New York and have a little thing in New York, like The Brady Bunch went to Hawaii. When you’re only 12, you pretty much have to stay put.”

    Californication goes back into production April 19, with a season premiere anticipated for September on Showtime.

    Source: Hollywood News



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