(Sorry it took so long to get around to posting this…)
Rose Byrne and Glenn Close appeared on the cover of the September issue of Gotham Magazine. Gotham’s website has the entire article from the magazine, along with a behind-the-scenes video of the photoshoot.
Rose Byrne and Glenn Close Continue Damages
Glenn Close and Rose Byrne sit down to lunch at Michael’s, the notorious media hangout on 55th Street. It’s a very New York spot to talk about a very New York show, Damages, the cat-and-mouse TV thriller about a tough Manhattan lawyer and her protégée, airing now on DirecTV’s Audience Network.
“I’d heard of DirecTV,” insists Glenn Close. “I have it at my house in Westchester.”
That we’re sitting down to lunch at all today is something of a Hollywood miracle. Because after three well-received but terminally low-rated seasons on FX, in which Close’s awesomely despicable Patty Hewes had a dog killed, among other ridiculous acts—Damages was left for dead. Never one to wallow, Close, 64, dove headfirst into a long-gestating passion project, Albert Nobbs, the fall release film adaptation of a short story, which also inspired the play she did Off Broadway in 1982. Byrne, meanwhile, RSVP’d for Bridesmaids, teasing her hair to high heaven for the gross-out lady comedy. Was there any hope for Damages? “We were canceled,” Byrne says. “We’d moved on.”
I have tried to gather the highest quality images of the photos that are featured in the magazine, and have added them to the Gallery:
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