Van Hansis (Luke) revealed to We Love Soaps’ Damon Jacobs he will be starring in a horror film called Occupant.
We Love Soaps: How are all your fans still going to be able to find your work?
Van Hansis: I’ve got to get cast in something and then they can watch that [laughs]. But I am a doing a movie, I can talk about it now. It’s called, Occupant. It’s a horror film in the vein of [Roman] Polanski, that is, it’s a psychological thriller. It’s a lot of fun. It’s a big departure from Luke.
We Love Soaps: In what way?
Van Hansis: In every way. The character is nothing like Luke at all. I’m excited to try something new and I’ve never done a film before. We’re in pre-production now, and the whole process that comes into play is so excited.
This week in Oakdale, a body floats up and is identified as that of Damian Grimaldi’s. Then a witness surfaces who puts Holden at the scene of the crime. Holden will be arrested, but will he really go down for this? Lily and a guild ridden Molly will team up to get Holden out of jail. Later, Reid claims that the body couldn’t possibly be Damian’s. Is he dead or not? Guess we will have to wait and see!
Why does Meg always think she has the one up on everybody? Looks like Damian is getting his cake and eating it too! After sleeping with Meg, Damian had leave suddenly to go support Luke. A desperate Megasaurus Rex attempted to get Damian to say that he would report to Lily that things had changed between them. Since Damian had already gotten what he came for, he brushed Meg’s request aside as if it mattered very little to him. Bad boy! Megasaurus was none too pleased with this turn of events. Wheels starting turning her square headed brain. Meg picked up her celly telly and called Officer Grady to lure him to her location. After his arrival, a nonchalant Meg called Damian, who was forced to run out on Lily. So, who one upped who?
Thanks to Soaps.com for the screencap!
The snoozefest that is the not-so love triangle between Mason, Luke, and Noah has completely fizzled out on ATWT. Unfortunately, this means the loss of the very talented Forbes March as he is slated to exit at the end of this month. The good news? Mason will not die. The bad news? No Forbes March! We are sure that Forbes will be snatched up by another show soon, but in the meantime, you can read what he had to say about his stint in Oakdale by clicking on the link. We’ll take you to the Forbes March interview at TVGuideCanada.com. Thanks!
I happen to be one of those people that find freeze frames hilarious. Take this freeze frame of Van Hansis for example. When Van was acting out this dramatic scene with his on screen father Damian, I am sure the last thing on his mind was a photo like this ending up on blogs and websites like this. Sorry Van, I had to do it!