The cast of “Butter” promoted the movie earlier this month for the theatrical release of the movie. Ty joined his co-stars during the press junket in New York. You can watch the interviews released so far below/inside this post.
The ‘Modern Family’ star talks about his new movie ‘Butter’ and the secret to making a ‘Salty Dog’
The international press had the opportunity to visit the set of “Modern Family” to talk about the series to promote the DVD/Blu-Ray release. You can watch the interview below/inside.
To celebrate the release of Modern Family Season 3 on Blu-ray and DVD we chat to The Dunphys, Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell on set in LA. Report by Jonathan Pascoe.
Ty talked to Entertainment Tonight about “Modern Family“, preferring comedy and more. Be sure to watch his interview below, but be aware that Ty is giving away some spoilers about the upcoming season!
As a member of the hilarious Modern Family cast, Ty Burrell has shot into fame in the past few years. ET caught up with Burrell, who talked about his popular sitcom and his co-star Sofia Vergara’s experience with on-screen pregnancy.
“I think she may be having a parallel experience where she isn’t pregnant but she’s constantly complaining about her back from the fake belly and that her feet are swelling,” Burrell said. “It’s essentially like she’s pregnant.”
Ty made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday to promote “Butter“. You can (re)watch the interview below.
The cast of “Modern Family” graced the cover of The Hollywood Reporter’s September 28 issue. We added the digital scans in our gallery, as well as the outtakes and on set pictures taken by the magazine. You can watch the behind the scenes video of the shoot below.
Ty Burrell – Favorite Modern Family Episode: Season 1, “The Pilot”
“Nothing is ever going to have more of an impression on me than the pilot because there were so many emotions that came with it and so much buildup. I was filming a movie called Morning Glory in New York the day they screened it at the upfront. I got in a cab and zipped up to Lincoln Center just in time to hear Steve McPherson introduce it. People really responded so well to it, and I just thought, ‘Oh wow, maybe this is one that people are going to watch,’” says Burrell.
The cast and creators of TV’s biggest scripted hit, which recently saw a high-profile salary negotiation and has one of the least conventional writers rooms in the business, tell THR about holding onto viewers’ interest and the upcoming plot changes that could cost them their ratings crown.
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Scans from 2012 > The Hollywood Reporter, September 2012
Sessions & Outtakes > 2012: The Hollywood Reporter (September)
Modern Family (2009-2012) > Behind the scenes > On set – August 13, 2012 (THR)
Ty stopped by Good Morning America earlier this week to promote “Butter” and the season premiere of “Modern Family“. You can (re)watch the interview below, sadly it’s only for US resident’s but I am hoping a video without restriction will be available soon.
Ty will be on Anderson Live tomorrow (September 27) so be sure to tune in.
“Modern Family’s” TY BURRELL (@TyBurrell) is in the studio telling Anderson about starring with Jennifer Garner in the new film, “Butter” — about the midwestern world of butter-carving competition, and what he learned about it. Anderson and Ty go head-to-head in a butter-carving competition! Ty also gives the scoop on the latest “Modern Family” drama.
Don’t forget to watch the season premiere of “Modern Family” tonight!
ABC’s “Modern Family” again dominated the comedy categories of the Primetime Emmy nominations announced on Thursday. The show, named best comedy last year, is again up for the top honor, one of a total of 14 nods. The show’s six adult stars — Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara — each received supporting acting nominations.
As the lovably inept dad, Phil Dunphy, Mr. Burrell embodies perhaps the closest thing to a conventional sitcom character on “Modern Family,” though he freshens it with live-wire mania that borders on the clinical. Last year he won the Emmy for best supporting actor in a comedy, and he called this morning to discuss his new nomination and the lethal nature of the Emmy trophy.
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You can read their interview with creators Christopher Lloyd and Steven Levitan by clicking on this link.