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The other is his splash into the music world six years in the making, an 18-song moody labor of love called s released under the name LANDy, which drops June 23.
I obviously hope he’s kidding, but in either case it’s pretty fantastic.“I prefer it to having things be ridiculously regimented, but at the same time it’s completely terrifying.”Still, he manages to stay busy.For years he’s been toiling away on two all-consuming projects—one script, he says, is a film based on a true story, a “sort of epic thing,” but he remains mum on details.That is, if a brain tumor can still double as a fluffy storyline.As gun-fumbling Eric Delahoy, Goldberg’s cop character is plagued with the illness that makes him eager to get killed in the line of duty.All Over the Guy is about Eli (Dan Bucatinsky) and Tom (Richard Ruccolo).
The film is told mostly in flashback, with Eli recounting his side to Esther (Doris Roberts), an HIV clinic worker as he waits for test results and Tom to a guy he meets at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Eli tells Tom he loves him and Tom, terrified, lashes out at him the next day and drives him away.
The flashbacks end here on the day of Brett and Jackie's wedding.
I don’t really follow these things except that somebody told me on the set [the other day], so I thought, ‘Oh, that’s interesting.’ If you go out with somebody who’s a public figure, you bought your ticket, you knew what you were getting into.”Richard Linklater’s film , the love letter to laissez-faire high-school students, launched his career in 1992.
Now some say the recession-era classes of 2009 might devolve back into an “anything goes” attitude.
It’s surprisingly heady material for a procedural show that tries to buck routine storylines and clichéd dialogue.