Bruce Vows To Never Star In Another TV Series
Syracuse Post-Standard put out an interview with Bruce today and we got a few timbits to share. They did an interview with Bruce Campbell to celebrate the re-release of Make Love! The Bruce Campbell Way but Bruce soon offered insight into his career and even Jack Of All Trades. When asked about why Bruce likes doing 'B' movies as opposed to 'A' movies, Bruce replies, " I want to be where I can be creative. I'm OK if the budget is low. Just leave me alone". It also looks like some of My Name Is Bruce was shot on the backlot of Bruce's ranch in Oregon as Bruce states, " Shot it on my property. I built a back lot on my property. You know, so now I have a Western town outside my window". Bruce also went on to say that the budget for My Name Is Bruce is hovering around $1.5 million. And finally the bad news, when the interviewer asks Bruce if he likes working in television, Bruce replies, "After [Jack of all Trades], I went, OK, this is for idiots, you know, this type of work. It's hard work to do the lead of an action show. Never again. No way, Jack. My life is too short." I remember when Jack of all Trades was cancelled Bruce posted a message on the old Studios USA Jack of all Trades forum and said "I promise you that one day, I'll star in a TV show that lasts for more than one season...ha! =) ". I guess Bruce won't live up to his promise. Check out the article, it is a good read.