Freddie Prinze Jr. Opens Up About ‘Miserable’ Filming Experience That Almost Made Him Quit Acting
Freddie Prinze Jr. opened up about his “miserable” 1997s I know what you did last summer which almost caused him to quit acting.
In an interview with TooFab, Freddie Prinze Jr. revealed that he didn’t watch the film when it premiered due to a bad experience while filming, as director Jim Gillespie wanted a different actor cast. in its place.
According daily mail, the actor only recently watched the film, for in-depth analysis, when he launched his new horror podcast That Was Pretty Scary on Tuesday, March 14.
Freddie, 47, revealed of the director: “It’s not that we weren’t on the same page, I knew what the right choices were for the character of Ray. He wanted a different actor, a very good actor named Jeremy Sisto, whom I know and love and respect a lot.”
THE She is all that The actor added that “Columbia Pictures – and writer Kevin Williamson pushed for Prinze Jr. instead of Sisto, and Prinze Jr. was ultimately cast, although it led to a difficult on-set environment.”
“I’m going to give this to the man, I think his name is Jim, there was no doubt about it. There was no passive aggression – which I hate – he was very straight in the fact that, ‘I don’t want you in this movie,'” the actor said with a laugh.
“So when it’s your first job and you hear those words, it destroys you, man. It destroys you,” he admitted.
It was recently announced that Freddie and Jennifer Love Hewitt would return for a new sequel to I Know What You Did Last Summer alongside an all-new cast.