Does that emphasis on *your* mean that you don't get it up in Canada? It's easy enough to buy an extra copy or two, and I've actually gotten better about getting things mailed out to people... let me know!
Thanks for the info, Nikki. Now I have a reason to actually get the paper out of the driveway Sunday (instead of running over it for a week)! I can also get a couple of extra copies if any non-US residents would like one mailed to them.
To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable.
Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900), The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1891
Wow, the article didn't generate much discussion! It wasn't the best I've read, but one of the first not to harp on the whole Full Metal Jacked thing. No mention made of "Thumbsucker". I wonder why. My favorite part? In the credits for the photo: "Sweater by J.Crew. Jeans by Levi."
Gotta read it again. It has got me looking at late-night listings now that he's popped up in a couple places like this.
I think they were off just a small bit on the daughter's age (one year?)
If it was 1/2 sleeting 1/2 raining on the day they met, then it was most likely fall of 2003 that he did the interview.
D'Onfrio is quoted as saying "my contract runs for ... I think it's four more years," He siad. "After that, I'm out of here. So far, so good."
What I take out of that is that D'Onofrio is just talking to a freaking guy who is catching him ON the set, between takes on a freaking rainy day and has no NEW meat in the article - so the writer must have spent a whole 10 minutes with the actor. Now that is ok for this quick blurb of an article. But all our actor has ever said is that he is tied into his contract (infer a great desire to run away & a bigger desire to honor his word) and will move on once it is over.
Anyway - long rant short - stats often get filled in just before publication by other than the author just before it goes to press, the meat of the article is all old hat, and who says D'Onofrio was concetrating on being so precise? and more to point - who said the reporter's ears were all cleaned out. It was a fluff piece in a filler mag - great for me, but not meant to be a real piece in how I see them.
I doubt he will say on past season 5. I just wish he would turn a [glow=red,2,300]film[/glow] out every other month.
I still haven't seen it, I'm waiting for the online version, but it certainly sounds like I'm not missing much. Even without reading it, I'll add my 2 cents:
I would LOVE for Mr. D'O to stay on for a few more years, but I won't get my hopes up. He just doesn't seem the type to me to keep doing TV, or anything for such a long time. He seems to be the type who goes where his heart takes him. Maybe he does love the show enough to stay, though.