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Crayen interviewComments Off on James Marsden reveals he almost starred in Magic Mike: ‘Too scared
James Marsden has had many memorable film and TV roles during his almost 30-year career – there’s The Notebook, The X-Men series and Westworld, to name a few – but the actor shared with us that he turned down what could have been his most popular film yet: Magic Mike.
The 48-year-old, who is currently starring in The Boss Baby 2: Family Business, revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle he was “too scared” to go through with the role, admitting it was a “tough” decision for him.
“It was a tough one for me because I was offered the role, and I decided not to do it because it felt like something that could have been cut out of the movie,” he told us. “And I was too scared that they would just cut my couple of scenes and I would still be in the movie as a pretty much naked extra, right?
Crayen interviewComments Off on Interview: James Marsden on recording The Boss Baby sequel during a pandemic; “I made a makeshift studio with duvets and pillows”
Four years after an infant Alec Baldwin steered Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby to over half a billion dollars at the global box office and an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated feature, the troublesome tyke is back in The Boss Baby: Family Business, and he’s bringing his household along for the ride.
Joining Baldwin and fellow returning voice talents Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow is James Marsden, the actor voicing the character of Tim, the adult (but for too long) father at the centre of the latest shenanigans. As the film prepares for its Australian release, the actor chatted with our own Peter Gray about how being a father influences his roles, how it was to record during a pandemic, and where he sits with the streaming vs. cinema debate.
I will say one thing about The Boss Baby 2 in that it embraces such random, wild humour, and I really do mean that in the best possible way. It goes for it, in terms of its premise. How did you become involved with it?
Crayen audio ,interviewComments Off on Empire Podcast #487: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, James Marsden
The spice must flow on this week’s Empire Podcast. The spice of chat, that is! We have three belting interviews lined up for you lucky lot this week, as Chris Hewitt talks to The Guilty star Jake Gyllenhaal in which one of them threatens to go topless; Dune‘s Lady Jessica herself, Rebecca Ferguson, during which she and Chris hatch a new get-rich-quick scheme; and James Marsden, star of The Boss Baby 2. And, as the original big screen Cyclops, naturally the interview ends with Chris showing Marsden a picture of Cyclops with an… unusual mask.
Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O’Hara, James Dyer, and Amon Warmann for an epic episode in which they tackle several questions at once, including one that covers the great Eternals Post-Credits Sting Spoilers Controversy. They also discuss the week’s movie news (this was recorded on Wednesday, ahead of the tragic events on the set of Rust), and review new releases The French Dispatch, Dear Evan Hansen, and The Harder They Fall. Oh, and a little film called Dune. Surprisingly, the James-and-Helensplaining is kept to a minimum on this one. That’s what spoiler specials are for. In the meantime, enjoy.
Crayen interview ,videoComments Off on James Marsden on’The Boss Baby: Family Business’, being the cool dad and returning 15 years later for Disenchanted
Four years since Alec Baldwin’s Ted aka Boss Baby delighted audiences young and old, its long-awaited sequel is about to get its UK release.
With James Marsden taking over the role of an adult Tim, we got the chance to catch up with the actor to chat about the making of the movie and his return to the character of Prince Edward in the sequel ‘Disenchanted.’
In the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar®-nominated blockbuster comedy, the Templeton brothers—Tim (James Marsden) and his Boss Baby little bro Ted (Alec Baldwin)—have become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now a married stay-at-home dad. Ted is a hedge fund CEO. But a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach and a can-do attitude is about to bring them together again … and inspire a new family business.
Crayen interviewComments Off on James Marsden Teases ‘Enchanted’ Sequel ‘Disenchanted’
James Marsden is excited about his return to Andalasia! ET’s Matt Cohen spoke to the 48-year-old actor about Disenchanted, the highly-anticipated sequel to Enchanted, and Marsden expressed joy that the film finally got made, 15 years after the original flick’s release.
“They have been talking about making it for years,” said Marsden, who’s reprising his role of Prince Edward. “I got my hopes up many times before and recently I was like, ‘Sure, sure, they’re going to make it.’ And last year they said, ‘We are actually doing this,’ and they sent songs, and I am like, ‘OK, this is actually real.'”
“Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz did all of the music again, and Amy Adams [is] playing her great role as Princess Giselle,” he added. “It was a lot of fun getting back and working with Idina [Menzel] and getting the pipes back to working properly and the singing stuff.”
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