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“I’ve just been working up to becoming a halfway normal human being. Just try to find a little of everything and you’ll be fine.My fifties are going to be when I finally get it down.” Crudup has just been cast as the male lead in the next film from Richard Linklater, an adaptation of the bestselling novel Where’d You Go, Bernadette? The actor, who made his film debut in 1996’s dark drama Sleepers, has a 13-year-old son with actress Mary-Louise Parker, whom he left to begin a four-year relationship with Homeland’s Claire Danes. I’m not into the new diet with probiotics and you can only eat spinach on Wednesdays at a temperature of 110F.“I’ve always been physically “I really needed that: there’s a lot of pressure in acting, it’s up and down, sometimes you’re on top of the world, sometimes people are shitting all over you, it’s hard to maintain all of your relationships.”On a recent trip to London, he said he had discovered the local booze can be stronger than in the US.“It was funny, I went to a pub — I had two pints of beer and I was s**t-faced! Sam continues to wait at the bar where he told him to meet him and even leaves a message for Josh who has apparently stood him up.He is distracted by a news report of a school shooting incident at his son's campus library on the television in the bar.
The US actor, 48, is at the peak of his screen career, having recently starred in Sir Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant and opposite Natalie Portman in Jackie.
"I don't think actors should have to do anything but come in and act.
I feel the film companies should pay for proper advertising to see that the movie will sell, instead of putting it on our backs.
Later, a memorial wake is being held at Josh's home by his mother, Emily (Felicity Huffman), and due to the media coverage received, Sam has a difficult time being able to grieve in his own way with press being cordoned at the end of the street by police, and a news helicopter hovering above the family home.
Sam is consoled by family and attendees while sitting alone to one side as his wife is greeting others.