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“I was shooting a movie, Kong: Skull Island, in Australia.I had a three-week Christmas break, so I shot Atomic Blonde [released July 28] in one week in Budapest,” he says.“It all happened in a three-week span,” he explains. I’m gonna cash in on the huge zombie craze,” he jokes.“Sara Gilbert has a show, The Talk, and we did a little Roseanne sketch because she played my daughter Darlene in it. He’s serious about the chance to revisit his best-known role, however.“I play the co-brain — Best Supporting Co-Brain.” Sounds like yet another glittering prize to go with Goodman’s 10 Emmy and five Golden Globe nominations (with one win for each, plus two AARP Movies for Grownups Award noms and one win, for 2013’s Flight).
Co-starring in this year’s Bruce Willis action flick Once Upon a Time in Venice and Luc Besson’s gloriously bizarre sci-fi Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (July 21), Goodman is also shooting a reboot of Roseanne with the whole cast.
"I think she's so great, and the social barriers broke down, and I interrupted the conversation. I really like her, and it was embarrassing, so I'll never speak to her again." Goodman doesn't always feel comfortable around other Hollywood stars, admitting he feels like he has "nothing to bring to the party." The actor did spend time with Bill Murray on star Brie Larson. We'd go look at kangaroos and she'd organize a trip to an amusement park after they closed ...
And I would just hate for somebody to do that to me." "She goes, 'Yeah, I'll talk to you in a minute,'" he said, making the sound of a bomb dropping. She's incredible." Goodman is best known for playing Dan Conner on ABC sitcom show on Wednesday.
Then on top of that, he also found the time to shoot an entire dramatic web series for Amazon called “Alpha House,” of which seven episodes are already online.
Coming got on the phone with Goodman a few weeks back to talk about reuniting with the Coens, and we learned, he can be a man of few words, but they’re apt ones. It’s been almost 15 years since the last time and I was happy to get an Email from Ethan saying that they had something I might be interested in. I know that for “Big Lebowski” they already had you in mind for that role, so was that the case with this character as well? Every time I’ve worked with them since “Raising Arizona” they’ve written a role for me.
Of the many cinematic collaborations that have proven fruitful over the decades, one that hasn’t failed to deliver is that of Joel and Ethan Coen with actor John Goodman, who has appeared in six of their movies dating back to 1987’s Raising Arizona.