Michael is on the cover of TV Guide magazine’s October 11-17 issue! He’s featured on two separate covers that are fabulous! This shoot is awesome and he looks great! It’s fantastic to see Michael getting a major cover like this – his first really in a while. This magazine just dropped today so be on the lookout for scans as soon as I can find a copy. If you get them in the meantime don’t hesitate to donate them as full credit will be given.
Some LQ cover shots, outtakes and behind the scenes shots have been added to the gallery. Read a preview of the article in the press archives.
Michael C Hall has said he enjoys filming the killing scenes in Dexter, because he is never entirely sure how they will end up.
The actor, who has won a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award for his portrayal of the enigmatic protagonist, said the cast and crew feel excited on set because they only discover how unique each climactic scene at the time of filming.
“All the layers or veils or masks are gone and we’re really sort of at the essence of who this person experiences himself to be – so there’s a sense of excitement, enthusiasm,” he explained.
“In spite of the fact that there are characteristics that all the kill-room scenes share, each one has its own distinct character and flavour, and that sense of uniqueness is something that we discover as we shoot it.”
Michael added the team try not to take the experience home with them.
“Some days it’s easier than others to just walk away,” he said.
He joked: “I never, thankfully, go home and feel the need to wrap anybody up and kill them in my real life. Maybe I would if I didn’t have this outlet.”
Source: UK Press
Michael was on Live with Regis and Kelly on Tuesday discussing Dexter. It was a fun little interview and I really laughed about his comments regarding his wife Jennifer Carpenter aka “foster sister” on the show. Captures are available in the gallery and the video is after the jump. Enjoy!
Don’t forget that Michael’s Letterman interview is airing tomorrow night (Friday).
Updated the gallery with some new Michael photoshoots! Please remember to use your accounts if you are having trouble viewing all the images (log in / register). Thanks to Roberta for helping with some of the images a while back!
- Photoshoots: 2010 – LA Times
- Photoshoots: 2010 – Entertainment Weekly
- Photoshoots: 2009 – Entertainment Weekly #01
- Photoshoots: 2009 – Entertainment Weekly #02
- Photoshoots: 2009 – The Sag Foundation
- Photoshoots: 2009 – LA Times
- Photoshoots: 2008 – LA Times
Tomorrow the Los Angeles Times Magazine will feature an indepth interview with Michael C. Hall in their new feature , QinLA. The North Carolina-by-way-of-New York transplant thinks LA’s cultural diversity is underrated, has big love for Lebowski, and still cherishes his Thomas Guide as he cruises Hollywood’s storied streets. Oh, and the former Six Feet Undertaker and current blood spatter expert/serial killer (on TV, of course) recalls running into O.J. Simpson at a bar on Sunset. Continue reading for an excerpt from the interview by Robin Sayers! (Photo by Jake Chessum for LA, Los Angeles Times Magazine. Used with permission)
HD Screencaps from 5×01 of Dexter, “My Bad” are available in the gallery. It was an amazing premiere featuring one of the best single episode performances of Michael thus far in my honest opinion! Discuss the episode in our forum. Remember the caps may feature spoilers to those who have yet to see the epi!
- Dexter: 5×01 Screencaps
The Fall TV preview issue of Entertainment Weekly (September 17-24, 2010) features an amazing spread on Dexter. It features Michael C. Hall and upcoming co-star Julia Stiles in a new and fantastic new photoshoot! I picked up the issue today and made scans for the site. I also scanned the fifth season’s ad. Enjoy and kindly credit if you do re-post – thanks!
- Magazines: Entertainment Weekly (US) – September 17, 2010
Michael recorded an interview with David Letterman yesterday. It will air on October 1st. Pictures of this arrivals are available in the gallery now though!
- Public Events: Arriving at David Letterman