Julianna Margulies is getting into one other robust feminine character’s footwear! She spoke to HL about her new position on ‘Billions!’
We know that Julianna Margulies can play a foul ass robust lady, and she or he’s about to do it once more on the beloved Showtime hit collection Billions. While most in regards to the position has been saved below wraps, Julianna spoke to HollywoodLife in an EXCLUSIVE interview about her character on the premiere of her new movie Three Christs, hosted by The Cinema Society and Monkey 47 Gin. “I play a sociology professor at Yale who’s written this primary bestseller e book known as The O-Gap… I’ll allow you to use your creativeness on that one!” the Emmy-Award winner laughed. “I meet Paul Giamatti‘s character, because he’s lecturing at Yale, and I’ll go away it at that.” That should maintain us over till the premiere this spring!
The Good Wife actress added that “it’s such a fun character play.” She additionally admitted how good it’s to “come into a show that’s already established, where I just get to play! It’s a dream job.” Julianna spoke extra to HL about her Three Christs position and dealing with the last word gentleman, Richard Gere. “He was empathetic, but he was also incredibly generous with his time, truly cares about human beings and is curious and would ask questions for everyone,” she stated of her co-star. “It was a low budget movie, we were in a one-room hair and makeup in a motel somewhere in Yonkers. We’re all sitting there and Richard would come in and says hello to everyone, treats everyone the exact same way. That’s when you know he’s a good person.”
She revealed that the Pretty Woman actor truly wrote her a letter to do the movie within the first place, and even talked to her on the cellphone forward of filming. “I felt like I was at home on my first day, and he made it so easy.”
Three Christs follows Gere as Dr. Alan Stone who takes on the case of three schizophrenic sufferers — Joseph (Peter Dinklage), Leon (Walton Goggins), and Clyde (Bradley Whitford) — every of whom imagine they’re Jesus Christ. the movie is at present in theaters.