If you read closely, there are juicy little tidbits about Season 6 of Dexter. While obviously tight-lipped about any plot/storyline, Michael C Hall does say that the show may skip ahead a bit, due to an older Harrison. He also says the show starts filming next month, and will air mid-October.
In the comedy Peep World, four siblings come together on the day of the 70th birthday party of family patriarch Henry (Ron Rifkin), to deal with the ramifications of a novel that was written by the youngest sibling, Nathan (Ben Schwartz), who has exposed the family’s most intimate secrets by publishing it. To make matters even worse, the floundering Jack (Michael C. Hall), struggling actress Cheri (Sarah Silverman) and black sheep Joel (Rainn Wilson) must all deal with the horribly unflattering versions of themselves that are now being portrayed in the film adaptation of their lives.
At the film’s press day, co-stars Michael C. Hall and Sarah Silverman talked about what drew them to these roles, dealing with family secrets, and getting to improvise on set. Sarah also talked about her upcoming role in Take This Waltz, written and directed by Sarah Polley and starring Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen, and Michael said he begins shooting Season 6 of Dexter in May. Check out what they had to say after the jump:
Question: What is it that drew you to your roles?
MICHAEL C. HALL: The script appealed to me. The time I spend playing someone who’s so uniquely afflicted with all this darkness, it was nice to play a person around whom there wasn’t some sort of internal chaos he was dealing with, not that Jack doesn’t have his own afflictions. He was dealing with external chaos, and he was just a guy. That was appealing.