We spoke to Dohn Norwood (who brought Reverend Fitzgerald to life) about the twists this season took, how he prepared to duke it out with James Purefoy in the ring, getting into the role of the murderous preacher and much more.
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As the mystery on HAP AND LEONARD: MUCHO MOJO heats up, we get to meet some members of Leonard’s family. Some of the most memorable moments so far have come courtesy of Irma P. Hall, who plays Leonard’s beloved “MeMaw.” Before you catch the latest episode of HAP AND LEONARD: MUCHO MOJO, check out our…
Read on for Brian Dennehy’s thoughts about joining the cast this season, how he approaches complicated characters and what he thinks about Sheriff Valentine’s power over the East Texas community.
We spoke to Cranston Johnson (Detective Marvin Hanson) about being a cop in Hap and Leonard’s world, Hanson’s theories about who is behind the missing children and the unique way he approached playing his character.
We spoke to James Purefoy about the duo’s knack for getting into crazy situations, Hap’s troubles with the ladies, and how Mucho Mojo’s world of East Texas in the late ’80s has suddenly become relevant.
We spoke to Leonard Pine himself, actor Michael K. Williams, about this season’s unique storyline, Hap and Leonard’s “bromance,” how he stays in shape for the show’s intense action scenes, and more. Check it out below, and tune in to SundanceTV Wed., March 15th at 10/9c when the trouble starts on Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo.
When the HAP AND LEONARD cast isn’t dodging alligators and stray bullets, they deliver some great interviews on everything from playing a Texan to preparing for their roles. Click on the actor’s name to read the full Q&A. James Purefoy (Hap) on shooting the action-packed series: “It felt like we were shooting a six-hour movie.…
Executive Producer Jeremy Platt explains why SundanceTV’s HAP AND LEONARD is like no other show currently on TV.
HAP AND LEONARD‘s Jeff Pope (Chub) discusses his passion for Southern Gothic tales, his affinity for New Orleans and the awkward situations he had to endure as Chub. Q: What drew you to this character, and how is he different from anything you’ve done before? A: I loved the writing. I love Southern Gothic tales,…
Neil Sandilands on his approach to playing Paco: “Not quite piccolo, perhaps something like a chainsaw, which made it a bit atonal, a not-so-subtle reminder to all that shit’s about to get real.”
Bill Sage on HAP AND LEONARD: “It’s great storytelling. This season is about the ’80s crushing everything about the ’60s and reflecting on where we are now.”
The two actors discuss performing a “most peculiar script” by Nick Damici for Episode 102 of HAP AND LEONARD.
Pollyanna McIntosh on becoming Angel: “I lifted and did an hour of cardio daily, and I ate more carbs than I dreamed possible.”
“What drew me most to this character was his state of mind.”
The former star of “Mad Men” discusses her new (very different roles) in SundanceTV’s new series “Hap and Leonard.”
James Purefoy discusses what drew him to the character of Hap Collins.
Michael Kenneth Williams shares what it’s like to trade in Brooklyn style for East Texas swagger.
“Friendship and loyalty are everything, but they always get into trouble because of it.”
How does Mickle describe the series? “Unpredictable, funny and explosive.”
Joe Lansdale sounds off on the latest novel in the series, the relationship between Hap and Leonard, and what to expect when adventuring with this pair of trouble magnets.