Transformers star – slash – DILF Josh Duhamel is featured in the latest issue of Da Man magazine.
Highlights from the interview:
On his ideal film project:
“That’s a difficult question, because I know it when I see it. Every job that I’m doing is my ideal film project. I try not to do anything that I don’t love. So, I feel like I’ve been getting to do my ideal job as I go. I just want to continue to be creatively sort of inspired and I don’t want to ever feel like I’m just doing it and I’m just going through the motions.”
On his new TV series Battle Creek:
“The show itself is about a medium-sized town in Michigan. It’s an all-American town between Chicago and Detroit. But it’s got quite a bit of crime. It’s about this underfunded squad in Battle Creek and how they have to make do with very little resources. And my character comes into town with this FBI agent, who set up an office there with sort of government funding that I need. So it creates a sort of funny dynamic between myself and all of the detectives there.”
On choosing a TV series over of a major film:
“There are many reasons. One of it was the fact that I got to be in LA. I just had a son, so I don’t really want to be traveling. I want to be home. But at the same time, you don’t really get to work with that level of writers very often. And I was really honored to work with those guys. And at the end of the day, I just want to be part of something that’s really well done and well written, and the show’s that.”
On his son Axl Jack:
“He’s doing great—17 months old and very, very busy.”
Ryan Reynolds’ body gets hijacked by someone else in Selfless.
PLOT: An extremely wealthy man, dying from cancer, undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man. But all is not as it seems when he starts to uncover the mystery of the body’s origin and the organization that will kill to protect its cause.
See the trailer below: