A Roundup of Gilmore Girls Interviews

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Now that the countdown is on, we’re going to see daily releases of interviews and teasers. I can’t possibly cover each one on their own, so I’m going to do my best to bring them to you in clusters as they come out, so you can see them all together more quickly.

In our first video, Alexis Bledel, Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson talk returning to Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life with ET Canada. In the video, Scott Patterson says that all the cast did their part to bring Gilmore Girls back. And Lauren talks about how different it is to begin a project with this much passion behind it. Normally, a new movie or show is started without an existing fan base. This time it’s different. 

In the next interview, Kelly Bishop talks about her own character, Emily Gilmore, and the journey she takes… as well as the shocking outfit she wears.

“Emily is dealing with widowhood and it’s a huge part of the whole thing for her. She has different adventures, some of them are funny, some of them are sad. She’s just kind of plodding along trying to find herself, how she does it now, what it means,” Bishop told E! News.

Next up, Alexis & Lauren talked with Access Hollywood:

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5 thoughts on “A Roundup of Gilmore Girls Interviews

  • November 8, 2016 at 4:25 pm
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    I still want to know what that Jack Kerouac quip was about. The only thing I really know about him is that he was an author who drank himself to death. Rory is shown with a shot of what I guess is whiskey. Am I reading too much into this?

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    • November 9, 2016 at 4:03 am
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      Jack Karouac wrote a novel called ‘On The Road’ about a writer travelling around the country – that’s the link to Rory

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  • November 9, 2016 at 5:56 am
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    Jack Kerouac’s most famous book was “On the Road” where he travels around and lives a vagabond existence, like Rory says she is.

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  • November 9, 2016 at 6:57 am
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    I find it fabulous how similar they are as a person to their GG roles. It’s like we see Lorelai and Rory talking,not some actresses who played them,but have nothing to do with the characters.They seem as cool and funny in real life as they were on the show.

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