While Rescue Me's Sheila tends to her "new" baby, Callie Thorne is minding another young-'un — as manager to a hard-partying starlet (Alison Lohman) in the comedy Delirious, hitting theaters today and centered around Steve Buscemi's sad-sack paparazzo. TVGuide.com met with Thorne to discuss her new film, and also get her take on Rescue Me's wild stories.
TVGuide.com: You were a big ol' tease a few weeks back on Rescue Me with that bath-towel scene, almost showing us your naughty bits!Callie Thorne: Wasn't that crazy? It was my idea.... No, no, it wasn't. But that's the fun part sometimes, because you know you can't show everything, so there's no fear. If we were on HBO and they were asking me to do something else, that's when you get scared. It's interesting because on FX you can show the sides [of naked torsos] and you can show the backsides of both men and women, but, of course, no frontal nudity. Yet th
As FX gears up for the third season of its red-hot firefighter drama Rescue Me (premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET), count on Callie Thorne's Sheila to carouse and connive her way around the firehouse, causing a whole new set of problems for Denis Leary's Tommy. TVGuide.com chatted with Thorne to tease the new season (the first episode of which she had yet to see), find out what it's like hanging with the boys as well as guest stars Susan Sarandon and Marisa Tomei, and why she'd be willing to swing from
Just a week before its premiere, Atom Egoyan's Where the Truth Lies has been fanny-slapped with an NC-17 rating, largely due to its depiction of an explicit three-way sex scene between Kevin "In Wild Things You Saw My" Bacon, Rachel Blanchard and Colin Firth (the Bridget Jones movies). "It was so close [to getting an R rating]," a defeated Egoyan tells the New York Daily News. Having had his appeal for an R denied by the MPAA, the director will now reinsert a lesbian scene that previously had been cut. So there.