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News on Bidget Regan's character, Fiona, on Project Greenlight's "The Leisure Class"

Posted by C4L Admin on Monday, September 7, 2015 Under: Projects

Let’s talk Project Greenlight and the movie that’s being made this season, The Leisure Class.
Ed Weeks: The Leisure Class was a real fun departure for me. I essentially play an English con artist. At the beginning of the movie, he introduces himself as Charles Devonshire and he’s on the verge of marrying into this wealthy, uppercrust East Coast senator’s family, marrying the beautiful heiress to that family, played by Bridget Regan. Then on the eve of the wedding, a stranger arrives in the midst, played by Tom Bell. He turns out to be my brother from England and he threatens to reveal my secret that I’m not actually called Charles, I’m William, and I’m not actually from money… The movie turns into a dark comedy about the exposing of a lot of family secrets — mine and theirs. So I’m basically playing a con artist. I’m playing two characters in one.
TVLINE | And as part of that experience, we’ll see you behind the scenes on the movie on Project Greenlight.
Ed Weeks: Correct. Right from my audition, in fact. On the set of The Leisure Class, there was another set of cameras filming for Project Greenlight… It turned out to be really cool in a strange way. You get used to the [documentary] cameras alarmingly quickly. Now I can’t do anything unless there are at least four cameras on me, including having sex, which is probably why I’m single… [Laughs] And also, it helps make you less nervous when the actual film cameras roll… The good thing about having the documentary cameras on us all the time is we were so used to the cameras being on us, there was no real difference between “Action !” and “Cut!” We were always ready to go. It was a very singular experience. I can’t wait to see the documentary. I hope I don’t do anything too foolish.

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