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Janney’s agent told her she didn’t have to actually read for the show (she was offered the role based on her body of work), but she said, “No, I would like to read for this, because I think it’s important that the mother and daughter have a good chemistry, and I understand why they would want to.
I would rather read than go in having been given the part, because it makes me feel more confident as I walk on the set the first day.” Janney added, “I love that it’s a show about recovery.
strategy evolution of the last ten years, which we talk about in the podcast below.
I don't think blogging was killing planning, by any means, the idea is obviously fatuous, as many "death of" stories tend to be, but planning and strategy-inside-agencies has definitely changed in the last ten years.
“ABC News was hoping [Paula] would bring a more conservative perspective to the show because she’s a conservative Christian.
But she doesn’t own her opinions and the audience never connects with anyone who’s pretending,” a source told us.
That said, people like hearing the stories of people's lives and choices, for the same reason people like stories in general, as highly simplified models of choices, causes and effects in the complex world.
We get from the past to the present, how we are working with clients, some of the broad set of things we've been doing, some new thoughts on 'peak attention' and why your career is like your health.
I think that’s an important part of the show, and definitely one of the main reasons I wanted to do it." She noted that recovery was an important issue to her, before adding, "I love Anna Faris so much, and we have a good relationship there.” Janney said that she was surprised by how bold people can be in real life, saying people come up to her in the grocery store to tell her that she “is much prettier in person.” She recounted one instance when a bartender said to her, “I don’t mean to insult you, but you look just like Allison Janney.” She responded to say, “Well, I am her, and my drinks will be free for the rest of the night.” More roundtables featuring comedy and drama actors, drama actresses, comedy and drama showrunners, and reality hosts and producers will roll out throughout June in print and online.
“The View” has become more known for its revolving door of co-hosts than its once-popular “Hot Topics” segment (Wendy Williams stole that thunder).