A new interview clip was released yesterday by Access Hollywood, in which Cole and KJ Apa talk about the RIVERDALE Season 1, Episode 4. Cole defines it as “the launching platform that sort of sets the tone for all the characters from there afterwards”. Watch it below.
Our gallery has been updated with a new promotional still from RIVERDALE 01×06 “Chapter Six: Faster, Pussycats! Kill! Kill!”. Thanks to our friend Mouza, from gugumbatharaw.org, for sending it our way!
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures from “Chapter Four: The Last Picture Show” (RIVERDALE Season 1, Episode 4), which aired on February 16, 2017.
Cole Sprouse discusses Jughead’s homelessness, working with Skeet Ulrich on Riverdale Season 1.
“Chapter Five: Heart of Darkness” Episode Synopsis – With Jason’s funeral around the corner, the Blossom family moves forward with last minute preparations – and a secret agenda. Meanwhile, Archie’s (KJ Apa) attempt to refocus his energy on football comes to a halt when an opportunity to work with a new music mentor presents itself. Betty (Lili Reinhart) dives deeper into her investigation of Jason’s death and unearths some dark revelations about her family. Elsewhere, after uncovering secrets about her own family, Veronica (Camila Mendes) forms an unlikely friendship with Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch), who is having a tougher time with Jason’s impending funeral than she lets on. Finally, Hermoine (Marisol Nichols) turns to Fred (Luke Perry) for help after receiving a cryptic message from the Southside Serpents. Cole Sprouse and Madchen Amick also star.
Jessica Radloff, from Glamour Magazine, recently sat down with Cole on the set of RIVERDALE to talk about the show, the attention he gets for being a public figure, having a crush on Jennifer Anniston back on his FRIENDS days and more. Read the interview below.
Glamour: When your casting was first announced a year ago, the piece we wrote on you blew up. The same is true for everything you tweet. Do you ever get used to that kind of attention?
Cole Sprouse: I mean, it always seems surreal. I don’t know if adjustment ever really takes place. I think you have to be doing it for quite a long time to come to terms with what you’re viewed as and where you stand within your own society. I’m very thankful, but it’s a double-edged sword; there are things you gain and things you lose. I think as long as acting feels fulfilling and continues to feel fulfilling, it’s worth it to me. Being on set is the thing I love the most, and a lot of the things that come alongside acting and entertainment are the things I despise, to be quite honest. I think we all have different ways with coming to terms with celebrity, if you’re raised within it. Everyone goes through it differently, and there’s no one right answer. I think as long as it’s fun and fulfilling…
Glamour: I sat down with David Schwimmer last year and said to him, “Did you have a favorite episode of Friends?” and he said…
Sprouse: “The Holiday Armadillo?”
Glamour: Yes! How did you know?
Sprouse: Because that episode resonates with a lot…it’s a hilarious episode. That’s the one I remember most clearly. When you’re that [age] and you’re kind of acting, it’s not as lucid. I don’t remember it with as full a clarity as I did in the moment, but I remember feeling quite intimidated by the scale of the show itself as a small child. And when someone comes in an armadillo costume, you’re taken aback for a second. I didn’t really read a lot of the scripts or prepare for a lot of the scripts beforehand, because when you’re that old, you’re sort of given the lines immediately and then you go out there and you perform it. I remember I had the most massive crush on Jennifer Aniston. It rendered me speechless almost every scene I would do with her.Read More