One half of As The World Turns' last, significant buzz-generating pairing has already booked a post-Oakdale gig. Van Hansis (Luke) revealed to We Love Soaps' Damon Jacobs he will be starring in a horror film called Occupant.
We Love Soaps: How are all your fans still going to be able to find your work?
Van Hansis: I’ve got to get cast in something and then they can watch that [laughs]. But I am a doing a movie, I can talk about it now. It’s called, Occupant. It's a horror film in the vein of [Roman] Polanski, that is, it's a psychological thriller. It's a lot of fun. It's a big departure from Luke.
We Love Soaps: In what way?
Van Hansis: In every way. The character is nothing like Luke at all. I’m excited to try something new and I’ve never done a film before. We’re in pre-production now, and the whole process that comes into play is so excited.
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I wondered if All My Children's Zach (Thorsten Kaye) and Kendall (Alicia Minshew) fans were steaming mad about their couple's onscreen reunion, of sorts. Not being a Zendall fan myself I expect it had to be more than a little bittersweet to see a favorite couple return, only to dissolve before our eyes like a hairball in a drain pipe attacked by Draino. My sympathies are with you Zendall fans.
Luke (Van Hansis) and Noah (Jake Silbermann) chat about their relationship and Barbara (Colleen Zenk Pinter) teases Vienna (Ewa da Cruz) about Henry (Trent Dawson). Meanwhile, Janet (Julie Pinson) moves forward with Dusty (Grayson McCouch) as Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) faces an accusation of murder. Check out the promo for this week's As the World Turns after the jump.
Next week on As the World Turns, Holden (Jon Hensley) and Molly (Lesli Kay) piece together clues while Luke (Van Hansis) and Noah (Jake Silbermann) find themselves at another crossroads. Chris (Daniel Cosgrove) and Vienna (Ewa da Cruz) return to Oakdale as Jack (Michael Park) gets some surprising news from Janet (Julie Pinson). Check out the promo after the jump.
Luke (Van Hansis) takes advantage of being alone with Holden (Jon Hensley) to chat with him man to man about Damian's whereabouts. Meanwhile, the ever-impulsive Carly (Maura West) is ready to spill the beans about Janet (Julie Pinson) to Jack (Michael Park). Check out next week's As the World Turns promo after the jump. READ MORE