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    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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    David Duchovny on ESPN PodCenter

    Bill Simmons and actor David Duchovny discuss his acting career, celebrity pickup basketball games, the possibility of LeBron James going to the Knicks and more. (And he talks about dancing with the Harlen Globe Trotters) Click here to listen!

    Fun things I never knew: David screen tested for Full House and Thelma and Louise (Brad Pitt’s part).

    Sky Movies Exclusive “Joneses” Clip

    It’s only natural to feel like your own family are strangers sometimes.

    But in David Duchovny and Demi Moore’s new movie, The Joneses, that’s quite literally the case.

    This black comedy-drama centres around a genuinely brilliant premise – a 2.4 children family move into your typical surburban neighbourhood.

    They’re all beautiful, charming and always seem to be at the forefront of all the cool new fashions and lifestyle accessories.

    The only drawback? They’re all plants; marketers who are subverting the entire suburb into buying their products.

    This exclusive clip shows off the chemistry between Duchovny and Moore, as the faux-couple wake up to some home (business) truths.

    Click here to watch!

    Have Lunch with David Duchovny on the Set of Californication

    Wanna have lunch with David? Here’s how:

    Have Lunch with David Duchovny on the Set of Californication
    Includes: a set visit to Californication plus lunch with David Duchovny. The show shoots in LA from April to June 2010. Scheduling will be based upon production schedule on a mutually convenient date. Must be 18 years old or older. Valid for one (1) person.

    David Duchovny is a Golden Globe Award-winning American television and film actor perhaps best known for his role as Fox Mulder on The X-Files. Duchovny currently plays Hank Moody, a troubled novelist in Showtime’s series Californication.

    Hank relocates to LA after his acclaimed book is optioned. It later becomes a crappy romantic comedy, which sparks a horrible case of writer’s block. He’s struggling to get his career back on track with the help of his agent/best friend, raise his pre-teen daughter, all while pining for his ex-girlfriend, who is now engaged to another man. It may sound desperate, but he enjoys life and owns all his various vices drink, drugs and women with a refreshing sense of honesty and unapologetic candor. He’s holding it together while falling apart, and he doesn’t mind it one bit.

    The proceeds for this item benefit Christie’s Green Auction: A Bid to Save the Earth
    Terms: Includes: a set visit to Californication plus lunch with David Duchovny. The show shoots in LA from April to June 2010. Scheduling will be based upon production schedule on a mutually convenient date. Must be 18 years old or older. Valid for one (1) person.

    Donated by: David Duchovny

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    The Joneses Official Website

    Lots of official The Joneses goodies: Head over to The Joneses official website to view photos and watch the trailer, join The Joneses Facebook page and/or follow The Joneses on Twitter.



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