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Christian Kane Does Screen Business
By Kate O'Hare
Fri, Dec 27, 2002, 04:12 PM PT
For a Texas/Oklahoma boy with his own Southern Rock band, the suit-and-tie world has been very good to Christian Kane.
Television audiences may remember him from his role as Lindsey McDonald, a lawyer at the demon-run firm of Wolfram & Hart, in the first two seasons of The WB's supernatural drama "Angel." On Jan. 5, Kane takes a run at misbehavior in big business with a starring role in a CBS movie called "The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron," in which he plays an employee of the bankrupt company, alongside his "Summer Catch" co-star Brian Dennehy.
And, come Jan. 10, Kane co-stars in the new Twentieth Century Fox release "Just Married," playing business tycoon Peter Prentiss. Charming and charismatic, Prentiss has the familial nod to woo writer Sarah McNerney (Brittany Murphy), who's trying to break her rich family ties.
When Sarah instead chooses to wed late-night radio traffic reporter Tom Leezak (Ashton Kutcher), Prentiss contributes to making their honeymoon hellish.
"Peter is used to getting what he wants because he has a lot of money," Kane says. "But for the first time in his life, he runs into something he can’t have, because Sarah is getting married. He becomes more than a little obsessed with winning her back."
Along with acting in "Just Married," Kane (whose band is also called Kane), managed to slip in a bit of music. "I got one song in 'Just Married,'" he says. "It's an unbelievably funny movie, so funny it's ridiculous."
Kane is full of praise for his co-stars. "Ashton's not 'Dude, Where's My Car?' in this. Ashton is very intelligent. He's one of the most articulate, intelligent people I know. He's nothing like his character, and you're going to see that in the movie. He's goofy, but he's so much more there. It's just frickin' funny."
"And Brittany Murphy could do well just teaching an insurance seminar -- you'd still watch her. I just fed off of them."
Although Kane has yet to get a starring role in a feature film, he's done many supporting parts, including working opposite Angelina Jolie in "Life or Something Like It," and playing the young Robert Duvall in "Secondhand Lions," written and directed by Tim McCanlies ("The Iron Giant"), due out late this year.
"My hero," says Kane of Duvall. "That's why I wanted to do it. I called and said, 'I want to do this movie, no matter what, whatever you guys got.'"
And Kane got more than he bargained for. This past fall, a stunt gone wrong during production of "Secondhand Lions" left Kane with a twisted knee and stitches in his lip.
"Obviously I'm taking the brunt of it," he says, "but I don't care. I wanted to do this movie with him, and not only am I getting to do this movie with him, I get to play a younger him."
"It's one of my dreams come true. It's one of the five checklists when you move to L.A., I just checked one off."
Taking one thing at a time has become Kane's movie philosophy. "I'm doing all right," he says. "I'm having a good time. I'm not Heath Ledger or Colin Farrell, but I'm just going to keep my little light punches to the belly, and one of these days, you guys are going to duck your hands, and I'm coming up with a right hook and take your head off."
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