James lafferty dating joy lenz
TDW Interview Index Awesome, awesome interview Shari!!
How thrilling it must have been for you to speak with James Lafferty over the phone!!
And then the next time I was here was when the show got picked up and we were shooting the first episode. We had a little impromptu celebration on set when we wrapped that episode. It had just started getting warm here and we decided to go to Utah. Lafferty: I’ve tried not to pay too much attention to it because there’s so much speculation. I’ve heard a couple of different things here and there but for me, it still seems to be a coin toss. So if you’re a fan of the show, continue to voice your support.
Weren’t you just 17 when you were cast in the show? I was out here [in Wilmington] with my mom for three weeks shooting the pilot.. TDW: Next week, I believe, is the show’s 150th episode. Greg Prange, fittingly, directed our 150th episode. If we get a season 8, will Nathan get back to that? I think Nathan will always be involved in basketball. I imagine it took you out of your comfort zone a little bit because it’s not the Wilmington weather and it’s certainly not the California weather. It was funny–we actually had one of the coldest winters ever here in Wilmington this past winter. If you listen to everything that’s out there, and if you really invest in everything that’s said, it can be emotionally taxing. I think for me, I’m trying to sit back and just wait.
In 2003, television viewers met Nathan Scott, a cute but cocky, athletic but academically-challenged high school junior. I guess now that means I am working on my master’s degree or maybe my Ph. I think we’re going to go down as one of those great teen dramas that hopefully a generation identified with. That people look back on the show and say “That was a sign of the times.” TDW: What message would you want to give to the fans? I would like to leave the fans with a happy ending.
In the nearly seven real-time years that have passed, we’ve slowly seen Nathan transform into a handsome but humble, career-minded but family-focused husband and father. James Lafferty, who spoke with me earlier this week about the past, present and future of One Tree Hill, hopes we’ll be able to find out. I think we go to the movies, we watch our TVs so we can be told stories and I would love for our story to be one that ends positively.
In our first few episodes, the characters were worlds apart. But sort of against all odds, they continued to make it work over the years and they fought through adversity. I think they root for Jamie [Jackson Brundage], too. TDW: When you look back on the all the stories you’ve done in 150 episodes, what stands out to you? We went to Charlotte to shoot that and we actually went and shot half-time at a game. It was just this surreal moment when I literally felt like I had won the lottery. For me, it’s always been a dream to take the court at an NBA game and even though it didn’t “really” happen, just even shooting that and being in front of that many people, having that moment happen for the character, was just really awesome.
Lafferty: I get to ask you one hard question and you get to ask me 20 easy ones. Lafferty: I think, to start with, the likelihood of the situation, of Nathan and Haley coming together, was so small. The fact that we have seven complete seasons–we never had a season that just went for 13; we’ve had seven very complete seasons–it kind of blows my mind to think about it. There’s just like these “moments.” When we shot the state championship episode [Episode 4.09, Some You Give Away], that was huge. Then another one is sort of a basketball one as well, when Nathan took the court at the Bobcats arena [Episode 6.24, Remember Me As A Time Of Day] for the NBA.
Not sure how it will go over but please check it out. She loved doing that."I love you too."Joy shifted on his lap trying to get more comfortable and James kissed her neck lovingly."You smell so good." He whispered.I'm sure I'm not the only one who fantasizes about these two. Joy let out a breathy moan and scraped her nails in his scalp.What happens when Joy and James meet up at the One Tree Hill convention in Paris? A minute later, the driver pulled up in front of the hotel and James threw a twenty dollar bill up front."Keep the change! It’s straight to the point so people know what they’re getting. I admit I am obsessed with teen dramas and I wanted to create a place for fans just like me to discuss the shows. I lived with Brett Claywell, who played Tim on the show. We had this hybrid crew of local Utah people and the people from Wilmington we brought out. There were a lot of things we were up against that could’ve hurt us or held us back a little bit but we got through it and we got everything done, got everything we needed. Lafferty: Well, I think the show’s legacy is already defined. I was 18 and I was out here on my own in an apartment. I called it “chasing winter.” We basically chased the winter to Utah and got back into that really cold environment. TDW: If this is the last season of the show, what would you want the show’s legacy to be?