The Call Sheet sifts through the day's glut of Hollywood news to find the stories even non-industry types care about. Today: Josh Hartnett is looking for a comeback, Damon Lindelof defends a bad ending, and MTV is keepin' on keepin' on.
It seems that 40 Days and 40 Nights and then 30 Days of Night (guy likes his numbers and times of day, what can he say) star Josh Hartnett has left CAA and is on the hunt for a new agent. His work pace has slowed a bit over the last, well, ten years or so, so it's time to shake things up and find new representation. He can apparently get back on track with just a couple studio movies, so the agencies are all clamoring for him. So that could be interesting. The Return of Josh Hartnett. I can see it now, all those old Halloween: H20 and Pearl Harbor feelings coming flooding back, once again dreaming of a little house somewhere in Minnesota. Gosh, where did those years go? How did we all get so old? Sigh. Anyway, what were we talking about? Joshua Jackson? He was great in The Skulls, wasn't he? [Deadline]
Hahaha. Here's a headline: "Damon Lindelof Defends The Killing Season Finale." Haaa. Oh does he? The creator of Lost's "Guys It's Not Purgatory No Wait Just Kidding Yes It Is" finale is standing up for defend Veena Sud's "We'll Solve A Murder In One Season Oh Actually No We Won't" season one arc? Shocking, really shocking. [The Hollywood Reporter]