“It’s one of the fears that goes through your mind as an actor when you sign such a lengthy contract. But you’ve just got to hang on to the George Clooneys of the world; you’ve got to hang on to the stories of people who have broken away from television.
I dunno, man. It’s all about perspective: I’ve got a great job, I get very well looked after, I’m living the dream at the moment and hopefully, it’s not going to be a negative thing.
My perspective won’t allow me to see it as a negative thing.
And hopefully, I’ve got the chops once this finishes to do something that’s good enough to make people see me in a different light again.”
In October 2010 the media visited the set of Hawaii Five-0. Spoiler TV took some pictures. Technically this was more of an interview than a photoshoot, but it produced a number of pretty pictures that we would like to share.
There was a comment yesterday about how sad Alex looked in the pictures of one of the photoshoots. My answer was that he looks that way on most, especially the pictures chosen for publication always look very formal.
I think this is a good example of how his face can change within minutes, showing all kinds of emotions in one session. Most of the magazines choose the more serious looking pictures.
These pictures are also different in the sense that Alex was not posing like in a normal shoot – the shots were taken while he and Scott were being interviewed.