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Exclusive Interview with Blayne Weaver: Writer, Director & Star of 6 Month Rule
Patrick Adams Online recently interviewed Blayne Weaver; Writer, Director & Star of 6 Month Rule! Blayne talks about the idea behind the movie, working with Patrick and much more! Check out our exclusive interview below:
With 6 Month Rule being released on Monday, Blayne Weaver has been promoting his film since it’s release online through Amazon, iTunes and video on demand. Writing, directing, and starring in his own film, Blayne has made his way up the totem pole to create films such as Losing Lois Lane, Weather Girl and most recently 6 Month Rule.
Growing up, he started acting as a kid in various theater performances until he moved on to work in television and film projects. With the success of his first feature he co-wrote titled Manic; he decided to pursue a career as a screen writer. While working on Manic, Blayne stated that “I didn’t really get along with the director all that well,” and he decided to take a “hack at directing” which led to his movie Losing Lois Lane that made a huge impact online. This ultimately led him to become a “Writer, director, actor type, making movies, writing movies for other people and making my own movies”.
“The idea behind 6 Month Rule was to create a sort of an anti-romantic comedy, romantic comedy” Blayne joked about how the movie came into reality. It was really trying to make a drama about funny people falling in love; “the reality of people in their thirties, dating, the bad habits they get into and [for the lack of better words], the rules that people start to make for themselves”.
It’s not always as easy to make a movie just right on the first go. Blayne explains that “[I] really enjoy building a team of people to really make a movie perfect.” His team worked by taking the movie apart and putting it back together and really taking the time to “put as much work as possible into making the best project possible.”
With that being said, to some it make seem like a lot of work to direct, write and star in your own film, Blayne however has had a “strange ark” to getting where he is now. He explains that “it’s not strange to me; my first short film [I] played superman while I directed it.” It works best for him because he is in the scene with the other actors working together to make the scene. Working with actors such as Natalie Morales and Patrick J. Adams he gets a sense of who they are and what characters they can play.
Patrick J. Adams was an exception to the audition process. Blayne had worked with him in his second feature Weather Girl and wanted to do his version of a “Robert DeNiro thing where he got to use the same actor in a completely different role.” He had called Patrick and offered him the role because he knew he could sing. He knew he had range after seeing him in a play in Los Angeles, which he described as “fantastic” and he knew was a 180 degrees than who he was. He really wanted to show Patrick in a way he hasn’t been shown before, which he did in the role of Julian. “It is a scene stealing role; he’s ridiculously funny in it and he gets to sing!”
USA has firmed up its summer schedule setting premiere dates for five returning series, including “Suits” and “Burn Notice,” and two new additions: scripted drama “Graceland” and unscripted competition series “Summer Camp.”
“Burn Notice” is up first with its Season 7 premiere set for June 6 at 9 p.m. The premiere of new drama “Graceland” follows at 10 p.m. That show hails from “White Collar” creator Jeff Eastin and follows a group of federal law enforcement agents who live together undercover. The cast includes Aaron Tveit, Daniel Sunjata and Vanessa Ferlito.
Season 5 of “Royal Pains” premieres June 12 at 9 p.m., followed by the Season 3 premiere of “Necessary Roughness” at 10 p.m. “Pains” welcomes Ben Shenkman and recurring guest star Callum Blue to its cast, while “Roughness” is adding John Stamos, David Anders and Karissa Lee Staples.
“Covert Affairs” kicks off Season 4 on July 16 at 9 p.m., with new cast member Hill Harper (“CSI: NY”). Season 3 of “Suits” follows at 10 p.m.
“Summer Camp” is expected to launch in July, though no specific date has been set. The series pits 16 contestants against each other in competitions inspired by classic camp games.
“White Collar” will return for Season 5 in the fall, when USA will also premiere the American version of U.K. reality hit “The Choir.”
Hotshot attorney Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht, Love and Other Drugs) and legal prodigy Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams, Luck) – who actually doesn’t have a law degree – return as the dynamic duo in season two of the hit series Suits. Harvey and Mike continue to hide their secret as they deal with the ominous return of founding partner Daniel Hardman (David Costabile, Breaking Bad), juggle demanding caseloads, and tackle dramatic developments in their personal lives. Co-starring Gina Torres (Gossip Girl), Meghan Markle (Horrible Bosses), and Rick Hoffman (Samantha Who?), watch all 16 episodes back to back and uninterrupted of the series critics call “among the most enjoyable shows on TV” (David Wiegand, San Francisco Chronicle).
Universal Studios has announced Suits – Season 2 will come to DVD on May 28th. The 4-disc set includes English subtitles, and UltraViolet digital versions of the episodes, and will cost $44.98 SRP. You can pre-order the DVD now on Amazon!