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In that same memorable ELLE interview quoted above, Barton threw some low-key but quietly spectacular shade at Bilson, who had begun the show as a guest star before being rapidly upgraded to a series regular.
"She's way more overtly sexual than I am," Barton said of Bilson. I think I'd be scared of having her voluptuousness. More recently, around the time of's young actors developed such bad attitudes was that they felt hemmed in by the show that had made them famous.
"It was pilot season and he was going on dozens of auditions," Schwartz explained to , "and he didn't really bother to learn the lines, so he just came in and I was like, 'What scene is he doing? '" Our casting director, Patrick Rush, told me, "I'm telling you, this Adam Brody is very special." And I thought, "That guy? "I was told at one point that they really did not like the Seth character early on in the pilot process," Schwartz told , "and the way the note was relayed to me was, 'Could the Cohens have had an abortion?
Schwartz was extremely unimpressed by the man who would be Seth Cohen when he first came into audition. " But he came back, learned the words, and he was great."Though he became arguably the show's breakout character, the early draft of Seth was so disliked by Fox that they quite literally wanted to abort him.
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It is what it is, but I'm not looking to get sucked back into the limelight of it."It's not often that a major twist gets ruined for you by the star of the show in question. "I think the show is moving in a new direction—this was a great opportunity for everyone.
The ending of season three's finale, in which Marissa dies suddenly and brutally in Ryan's arms, was successfully kept under wraps despite all the rumors that were flying about an impending death…until Barton herself went on and confirmed that the rumors were true. My character has been through so, so much and there's really nothing more left for her to do.
' And you're like, 'We're dead.' Not only did we lose all credibility with the way we were selling it, but what we were told to do was not what we were selling."At least according to Cam Gigandet, who played Marissa's bad-boy hookup Volchok in season three, they did. "They were just—they would not remember their lines on purpose.