Wednesday, August 12, 2015

David Arquette heading to Toronto for 'Sherlock Homes' production

David Arquette is set to star in late Canadian playwright Greg Kramer's production of "Sherlock Holmes" in Toronto. 
Starvox Entertainment says the "Scream" star will play the title role in the show, which will preview in Los Angeles before premiering at Toronto's Ed Mirvish Theatre from Oct. 27-Nov. 8.
It will then go on a multi-city U.S. tour, with stops including Washington and Chicago. The award-winning play is an original adaptation inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's tales. 
It premiered at The Segal Centre in Montreal in 2013 under the direction of Andrew Shaver, who is behind this latest remount. 
The nine-person cast also includes Michael Trevino of "The Vampire Diaries" as Dr. John Watson. 
"I am beyond excited to play one of the most loved characters in all literature, stage and screen," Arquette said in a statement. "Some may think I'm an odd choice. I am. I'm odd but thankfully so is he."

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

David Arquette on The Pauly Shore Cast Show

Friday, November 21, 2014

More Interview with David Arquette and Jefery Levy about the movie "The Key"

Begins at 9:03

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

David Arquette & Jefery Levy exclusive chat about new films The Key & Me

David Arquette & Jefery Levy exclusive chat... por arquettefans spoke exclusively to David Arquette and Jefery Levy about the films The Key and Me. Arquette chats about his latest role in The Key, from filmmaker Levy, and describes the film about a married couple like “nothing you’ve ever seen on film before.”
Levy delves deeper into the origins of his film, The Key, which is based on a novel by Junichiro Tanizaki, and then chats about his role in Me, a mockumentary-style film about the current reality culture that also stars Levy as a version of himself.
 The Key and Me will premiere during the Real Experimental Film Festival at the Music Hall Theater in Beverly Hills, November 21-27, 2014.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

David Arquette Talks Girlfriend Christina McLarty's Pregnancy: "It's All New, But It's All Beautiful"

Proud papa! Actor David Arquette had no problem gushing about his pregnant girlfriend Christina McLarty and their future son at The Art of Elysium's 7th Annual HEAVEN Gala in Los Angeles on Jan. 11.
The 42-year-old welcomed daughter Coco with ex-wife Courteney Cox in June 2004, and could not be more excited for his second child.
"I’ve done it once," he told Us. "It’s all new, but it’s all beautiful." Arquette says he's excited for, "playing catch, making [his son] laugh, and seeing my girlfriend Christina being a mother for the first time and all the joy and love that it’s going to bring her and me."
McLarty attended the event with Arquette, who says the pregnant TV personality craves eggs benedict "first thing in the morning with extra hollandaise!" 
Though he's known for his eccentric tendencies, the Scream 4 actor says his son's name won't be "too quirky."
"I think we will go with something a little more traditional," he revealed. 

David Arquette: Having a Second Child Is Less Scary

Becoming a father can be a daunting prospect, but as David Arquette prepares for his baby boy on the way, the actor is not letting the stress get to him.
“I know I’ve done it once so there’s not that fear that a first-time parent has because you just don’t know what to expect,” Arquette, 42, told PEOPLE after the TCAs panel at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, Calif. on Sunday.
“Animals across the world have babies and they know how to take care of them instinctually. Us humans get so in our heads about it all but as soon as the baby comes it is just instinct.” But Arquette who is already a parent to his daughter Coco, 9, with ex-wife Courteney Cox  admits that becoming a father is a life changer and he is making sure to schedule his work with his girlfriend Christina McLarty‘s due date in mind. 
“I had to make sure they could get out in time long before my baby would be born,” says Arquette of his four-week shooting schedule on location in Puerto Rico for seasons 2 and 3 of his Crackle show Cleaners. Arquette is also looking forward to some extra bonding time with Coco during her final months as an only child and plans on having her join him on location in the coming weeks. 
“Whenever you get to do that you have to take them out of school for a few days, but it’s such a great bonding experience because she gets to see what we do on the set,” he says. “It’ll be a really good time.” And when it comes to possible trips with his new bundle of joy, don’t expect Arquette to play things too safe with his newborn. “You have to have a lot of faith that you will be able to keep them safe and not mess them up too much,” he says.