Vince Vaughn Promises a Different Season for ‘True Detective’
Vince Vaughn is one of the firstly confirmed actors to join the second season of “True Detective,” and now the actor remarks how things will be very different this time around. Read on to know more about the details of this scoop.
One of HBO’s highly praised original series, “True Detective,” has just entered into production and images of their shoot in Los Angeles featured a mustache sporting Collin Farrell and gun-trotting Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch. One lead actor was missing in these images, and it’s Vince Vaughn. However, despite not making an appearance in those first set of image stills, the actor expresses how things are going to be very different for Season 2.
According to We Got This Covered, Vince Vaughn expressed his insights in working with creator Nic Pizzolatto and how different Season 2 will be.
“Nic Pizzolatto is such a great writer, and so much of this is driven by his stories,” Vaughn says. “I thought Woody and Matthew did an exceptional job with the first season. This one’s very different, though. It’s a totally different story, with its own characters. The thing that’s consistent is the richness of the characters and the quality of the material. That was Louisiana. This is a California-based story, and it was kind of birthed from here. A lot of it is set in Los Angeles.”
It may be true that Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson set high standards for the show, but Vaughn is confident that this new season will bring in more interesting plots that viewers will continue to cement their support for it. The “Wedding Crashers” star will play the role of Frank Semyon, an underground criminal emperor who is about to lose his empire after the murder of one business partner caused a complication during his move to a legitimate enterprise.
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