Despite the cold weather completely ruining my movie star outfit, the White Matter premier went very well. Really proud of the work everyone put in, and surprised to find myself emotionally moved by the story despite knowing how it ends. I found myself rooting for Corban Noah, who played my brother, to do the right thing. Says a lot for the filmmaking and acting. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Pictured: Adam Wells, Corban Noah, Rob Gooding and me with the crazy eyes. It happens, sigh.
Up next I'm off to Chicago for a table read for my next project, a pilot called Our House. I'm really excited about the script and can't wait to share more with everyone as we gear up to make the transition from page to film.
Speaking of Chicago, I have to say that lately the windy city seems to be putting on a show. Whether the glorious weather, the lousy weather, the street art, the museum art, the food, or the friends (who all are up to amazing things), I do love my home away from home. Next time I need to get to Belmont rocks, though, time to revisit some good memories.
Pictured: me, Chicago's bike share program, Lake Michigan, a moray eel, a bubblegum chewing moose, Maggie Wagner, Mary Moore, Reginald Edmund, Liz Taylor and Andy Warhol. Love.