BEVERLY HILLS, California – I first heard the name Wentworth Miller (which is a bit hard to remember, isn’t it?) from Kris Aquino who mentioned that name in my “body talk” with her when, asked what she did in her free time, she said that she and her son Joshua watched a lot of TV, among them ‘Prison Break’ in which Miller played the role of Michael Scofield, a caring brother who created an elaborate scheme to help his brother escape death row after being found guilty of a crime he did not commit.
“Wow, he’s my crush”, Kris exclaimed when I told her that I just did an exclusive Conversation with Miller at, as usual, a suite at Four Seasons during the ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ junket together with Milla Jovovich (who reprises her role as the deadly Alice) and Ali Larter. Written, directed and produced by Milla’s husband Paul W.S. Anderson, ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ (the fourth installment of the franchise, produced by Screen Gems, Davis Films/Impact Picture and Constantin Films, released locally by Pioneer Films, now showing nationwide), inspired by the popular video game, is set in a burned-out Los Angeles overrun by thousands of the undead, and Alice finds herself facing a threat she has never anticipated.
As a refresher, Kris gave me a three-CD package containing ‘Prison Break’s first season and it helped me complete this story.