Rules for dating my future self season 2
During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Shiri Appleby () talked about how this web series came about, how she ended up signing on for her first gig as producer, how she can’t wait to try her hand at directing, assembling such an amazing cast (including Taylor Kinney, Bryce Johnson, Mircea Monroe and Martin Starr), and shooting the entire series in 10 days, with exactly the same approach as a regular TV show. Shiri Appleyby: I think the show is really about the moment when a girl starts listening to the voice in her head, and listens to her subconscious to make decisions.That’s what the future Lucy and the entire space travel is all about.This would be a great first opportunity for her.” Everyone was really on board, and it’s really taken off. We have over half a million views on the first episode, and over a million total. People are responding to it, so it feels really good, in a way that’s different then when you’re just acting. You can watch every TV show and every feature film on your computer.
We said, “What would you say to yourself, 10 years ago?My character, Lucy, is this 27-year-old app designer who is about to marry the wrong guy, and starts getting text messages from herself, 10 years in the future, telling her not to do it. It’s the show that I’ve always wanted to make, in a way.It’s really a story about friendship – she’s got her girlfriends there – and listening to yourself, figuring out who the right person is to settle down with, and creating the life that you want to be living in 10 years, so you don’t have so much regret about the person that you’ve become. We got really lucky because Sallie Patrick was one of the writers on , and she came on and rewrote this entire script for us. But, getting answers about your love life today from your older, wiser self, 10 years in the future, would certainly make you stop and re-evaluate.
In the new web series , Lucy Lambert (Shiri Appleby) has a secure job, great friends and a longtime boyfriend who has just popped the question.
I’ve just been a part of it, from the beginning, so it feels like the most me of any project I’ve put out there. Was producing something you had been actively pursuing?