What you need to know
- "The Morning Show" star Mark Duplass has been speaking with Variety.
- The actor says he was nervous about working with megastar Reese Witherspoon.
- Filming didn't start great either.
Apple TV+ spent a lot of time promoting "The Morning Show" as its number one prospect and it's easy to see why with names like Reese Witherspoon, Jenifer Aniston, and Mark Duplass. The latter has been speaking with Variety about filming, in particular his nerves.
According to the report, Duplass found himself nervous about working with Witherspoon and that wasn't helped by the fact their first scene together involved him being screamed at.
The pair were able to work their way through everything though, with their relationship kicking off once the creative juices got flowing. But not until after the first few takes were less than ideal.
With "The Morning Show" already filming its second season when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Duplass says that he doesn't know when filming will re-start.
You can get ready for that second season by checking out the first, available right now on Apple TV+.
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