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"It was pilot season and he was going on dozens of auditions," Schwartz explained to , "and he didn't really bother to learn the lines, so he just came in and I was like, 'What scene is he doing? '" Our casting director, Patrick Rush, told me, "I'm telling you, this Adam Brody is very special." And I thought, "That guy? "I was told at one point that they really did not like the Seth character early on in the pilot process," Schwartz told , "and the way the note was relayed to me was, 'Could the Cohens have had an abortion?
' In the network's defense, the character of Seth may have been a little bit more annoying than he ended up being ultimately, but it was a bit harsh."When I ask what kind of fan mail she receives, Barton says, "It's fascinating the stories you'll get." For example?
And then we went down the wrong road with this kid playing Johnny, it was just flat.
All of a sudden, everything the show mocked, it kind of became."Tate "Jimmy Cooper" Donovan got very, very real about the toxic atmosphere on set in an interview with If Marissa's lesbian dalliance with Olivia Wilde's Alex seemed more like a cynical ratings ploy than a fully formed storyline, that's likely because of the way the episodes were marketed and edited.
If you're a die-hard fan, you've probably heard this one before.
Here are 10 tidbits about what went down behind the scenes."The first time they kissed, it was actually [a] very romantic and surprising and kind of touching kiss," Schwartz recalled, "and they made us cut like three-quarters of it out, so what you got was like this peck, basically.And then you saw the commercials for it, like, 'Don't miss the last five seconds for the hottest kiss ever!In that same memorable ELLE interview quoted above, Barton threw some low-key but quietly spectacular shade at Bilson, who had begun the show as a guest star before being rapidly upgraded to a series regular."She's way more overtly sexual than I am," Barton said of Bilson. I think I'd be scared of having her voluptuousness. More recently, around the time of's young actors developed such bad attitudes was that they felt hemmed in by the show that had made them famous.
After first garnering fame with roles on Notting Hill and The Sixth Sense, the lead role of Marissa made Barton the IT Girl of the noughties, but her bright future never materialized.