The role that he was convinced he'd never get because he wasn't a name actor? You guys might get blamed if sales are down because so many fans will be home watching instead.
And was the chemistry with co-star Lauren Graham just for the cameras or was something brewing behind the scenes as well?
So I went to the fancy dinner across from the hotel at the fancy French restaurant in my sweats! We had a drink first and sat down and got to know each other. Glamour: Kind of ironic you were dressed casual given Luke’s laid-back style.
Glamour: Lauren and Alexis admitted to us that they met for the first time at the hotel in Canada where you all were getting together for a first cast dinner. Scott: I came into Canada, and the airline had lost my luggage. I had prepared one scene, but I was supposed to have prepared two.
Gilmore Girls' Scott Patterson revealed to Sirius XM’s Taylor Strecker that he had a crush on costar Lauren Graham back in the day."Everyone wants to know if you, over the years of working with Lauren, have had a crush on her, at any given point in working together," Strecker inquired on Wednesday, November 30."Hell yes! Luke was in love with Lorelai for years — and always satisfied her need for coffee. I think some people were getting artistically bankrupt.
"The former baseball player and Graham, 49, played Luke Danes and Lorelai Gilmore, respectively, on the beloved series, which ran for seven seasons beginning in 2000.
I didn't sense there was any passion left, and, therefore, little reason to do it. Creatively, maybe, certain cast members were bankrupt and wanted to recharge their batteries in another venue. But I think the show will live in their imaginations longer as a result of this type of an ending. It showed Luke in a much different light than what we were used to seeing. If they felt the deal was good enough, they would've signed. I posed this question to Lauren and I'll as you as well: Would you be up for doing a Gilmore Girls reunion movie penned by Amy?
But there are a myriad of [factors] that go into these decisions; it's not just one thing. A lot of fans Luke and Lorelai fans feel cheated because she spent so much of the season with Christopher. They were really faced with doing it the way they did it or pull a Deus ex machina, and that would have been really bad. What a terrific and loyal group of people they are. I know a lot of fans resisted April initially, but I thought it really helped the show. And I think people thrive on rumor and innuendo; that sells papers, gets people to click on websites. Patterson: I don't even see that happening in the hypothetical sense. " Patterson recently told Entertainment Tonight of the TV couple's future.With this year’s announcement of Netflix’s revival of the popular show, we just can’t get enough of Kristine’s hubby.Patterson attended Rutgers University and pursued a degree in comparative literature.He studied acting in New York with renowned coaches Robert Lewis and Sondra Lee. Following his stint in baseball, he formed the Arclight Theatre Company in Soho, NYC –which produced the works of John Bishop, Sam Shepherd, Harold Pinter and Shakespeare.They dated on and off, and finally ended up together in the season 7 finale. Like, ' Let's move on.'"Still, the cast was thrilled when Netflix and creator Amy Sherman-Palladino joined forces for the revival Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, which dropped on Black Friday.