Screamstress talks to Lance about Millennium


Screamstress.com has just published part three of their Lance Henriksen interview. The third part focuses on his work on Millennium and his passion for art. Well worth reading. Alison Nastasi who runs Screamstress is a big supporter of the BacktoFrankBlack campaign and we hope to see a few articles from herself on Millennium in the coming months.

An excerpt follows:

Alison: I’ve been supporting the Millennium campaign spearheaded by the guys at Back to Frank Black, to see the show make a return. Are you ready to play Frank again?

Lance: Sure, I am. We’ve been trying to get things rolling. Again, it’s all an adventure so who knows what’s going to happen. We’re all just trying to contribute as much as we can to try and make it happen. If it happens we’ll all be in a theater somewhere or shaking hands saying ‘Look what we did.’ It will really be something.

Alison: I’d love to see it happen. I heard you were approached by investors looking to make an independent Millennium movie. Any updates on this?

…. for the answer to Alison’s questions – and more – click here!

To read part one of this interview with Lance: click here

To read part two of this interview with Lance: click here

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8 thoughts on “Screamstress talks to Lance about Millennium

  1. Great finale, the best part. Not only because of the Millennium talk. But because of we hear more of Lance's way of thinking. He's just an amazing man, so thoughtful and giving.Lance, if you read this, I hope you are enjoying the viking, I wonder if it was a big hit with the rest of the family :PAnd I bet Mark would just swoon if he would see a picture of his poster hanging in Lance's house :DCheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  2. Great finale, the best part. Not only because of the Millennium talk. But because of we hear more of Lance’s way of thinking. He’s just an amazing man, so thoughtful and giving.Lance, if you read this, I hope you are enjoying the viking, I wonder if it was a big hit with the rest of the family :PAnd I bet Mark would just swoon if he would see a picture of his poster hanging in Lance’s house :DCheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  3. I enjoyed the extra titbits on his art. Pottery was one art I never got into (because I'm so naff with anything that doesn't involve a pencil, ink or brush) so it fascinates me to hear about it. Great work Alison.

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  4. I enjoyed the extra titbits on his art. Pottery was one art I never got into (because I’m so naff with anything that doesn’t involve a pencil, ink or brush) so it fascinates me to hear about it. Great work Alison.

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