Local Putnam County Spelling Bee Tony winner Dan Fogler is warming up to the spotlight as of late, with a buzzy new play debuting at Fringe Festival and big upcoming roles in the ping-pong flick Balls of Fury and the Dane Cook–Jessica Alba comedy Good Luck Chuck. Fogler spoke to Vulture about playing the outcast, hanging with Christopher Walken, and his recurring case of Toilet Arm.
Given that it's written by Six Feet Under's Nancy Oliver and stars our all-time favorite portrayer of a history-teaching crackhead, we're willing to give Lars and the Real Girl the benefit of the doubt — but it's a pretty big doubt.
Will the coming labor difficulties in Hollywood — including potential strikes by the Writers Guild, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Directors Guild — result in the rushed green-lighting of not-ready-for-the-screen pieces of shit?
While we were near the film's set on the southwest corner of Central Park, a random crew member handed us something interesting: a call sheet for "day 33 of 33" of shooting that appears to give away Cloverfield's ending — and alternate ending!