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The site will launch with an exclusive super-secret teaser for my new film, "The Last Kiss". Joshua Radin got signed to Columbia Records and I'm directing his video at the end of the month... I'm not gonna drop too much, but truly under construction. This is just a quick post to say I'm still here and I'm gonna post a long message soon, but I've just been stupid, silly busy finishing "The Last Kiss" and moving to Manhattan to start up "Fast Track" right away.
:) Peace and love, ZB Posted by Zach Braff at AM | Comments (510) | Permalink | Track Back (22) February 19, 2006 Dearest F. As I can barely keep my eyes open, I'm not gonna say to much other than this: 1) Those of you who have been having some sort of verbal battle on the comments section of this blog. That is not what this site is about and it is certainly not what I am about.
I'm going to NYC for the Scrubs DVD launch party this weekend. We have crazy amounts of downtime up here, so we've been having late night Halo tournaments and Topspin (the tennis game) battles as well. My buddy Cary Brothers is opening up for Aqualung all over the country, so if they come to a city near you, go check them out. Also, it was time for Federof to go on American Idol. Scrubs has wrapped for the season, I had a couple of weeks off, and now it's time to start "The Last Kiss". It was really awesome to sit down with someone who's had so much success and still acts like a regular guy from Jersey.
I'm also trying to score tickets to Saturday Night Live since I just found out Will Ferrell is hosting, That guy is so funny. I've never heard Aqualung, but I do love me some Cary Brothers. Those of you who are truly interested can rent the Italian film, ""L'ultimo Baccio". Paul Haggis, who wrote "Million Dollar Baby" did the adaptation and I tweaked the dialogue a little bit. I met with Kevin Smith yesterday at his house to discuss "Fletch" and/or other projects. I jokingly told him I wanted to make "Garden State" action figures.
It will make you feel warm and fuzzy and sad and happy and lonesome all at the same time. Filming a movie in a foreign city can be hard sometimes when you quickly run out of things to do.
I can't get too specific because I'm still working on the deal. So every time this woman says, "Good evening, I'm Michele Two-zie," I crack up.
(That and Pudding Pops, because I think they're due for a comeback.) I am very honored to call him my friend and I hope when he blows up, he'll still remember the little people and continue to let me crush him in backgammon and ping pong. We wrap on April 15th and I'm trying to figure out what I'm gonna do this summer. I've gotten the rights to a foreign film that I'm adapting. There's an anchor named "Michelle Tuzee" pronounced "two-zie". AKA a number two, a load, dropping the kids off at the pool, opening bombay doors, etc.
You wanna hear a horse complain- stick'em in an artificial winter in a Canadian biodome. I also got nominated for breakout male actor and Natalie was nominated for Best Actress. So please VOTE here so we can bring home the golden popcorn. It really is a beautiful city and the people are very friendly.
I just got back from a very tasty lunch of crepes and Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream. Okay, I'm rambling cause I'm crazy, silly high on caffeine right now.