"I've been up and down and written off so many times by that city, it just makes me laugh now," says Dunne.
It was reconfigured as the film Cruel Intentions II, one of four banished-to-video movie sequels that Dunne has appeared in during nearly six years in LA.
MARK MILLAR is the New York Times best-selling writer of Wanted, the Kick-Ass series, The Secret Service, Jupiter's Legacy, Nemesis, Superior, Super Crooks, American Jesus, MPH, Starlight, and Chrononauts.
"That town, when you're hot, people love you," says Dunne, six years after his pinnacle-to-date gave way beneath him.And I think that getting there and then getting divorced, all those things that are part of life, they keep these questions coming up: what are you doing with your life and why?" These questions inform the existential crisis of Dunne's character in Safe Place.With the help of members of the Real Murders Club, some of whom are working on the film set, Aurora begins to assemble her list of suspects, seeking out motives for each.The director, the producer, the jealous co-star who lost the lead to Celia and, as much as she wants to believe otherwise, even Robin, all have reasons they might have wanted the temperamental starlet dead.This weeks episode will look at the good and not so good bits from 'The Girl Who Died' and 'The Woman Who...