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Interview with Justin Bruening and Sara Paxton of "Blue Eyed
Butcher" on Lifetime 2/24/12
Moderator: Devon Sanceda
February 24, 2012 2:00 pm CT
Operator: ...and thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Blue Eyed
Butcher conference call. During this presentation, all participants will
be in a listen only mode until we conduct a question and answer session.
At that time, if you have a question, you may press the 1 followed by
the 4 on your telephone.
If at any time you need to reach the operator, please press star 0. As a
reminder, this conference is being recorded Friday, February 24, 2012. I
would now like to turn the conference over to Devon Sanceda. Please go
Sanceda: Hi everyone. Thanks for joining the Blue Eyed Butcher
conference call. We have on the line with us the stars of the film, Sara
Paxton and Justin Bruening. On the film, Blue Eyed Butcher is based on
the true story of a Texas housewife, Susan Wright, who is convicted of
murdering her husband, Jeff Wright, by stabbing him almost 200 times in
Susan, who claims she was abused by Jeff for years before the murder,
was dubbed by the media as the Blue Eyed Butcher. Sara Paxton plays
Susan in the movie and Justin Bruening plays her husband Jeff.
The film also features Lisa Edelstein who plays the Texas prosecutor,
Kelly Siegler. This movie will have itís world premiere this Sat- oh,
Iím sorry - next Saturday, March 3rd at 8:00 pm on Lifetime. There will
be a transcript of this call available afterwards. So get in touch with
me if you donít receive it by Monday afternoon.
Thatís the gist of the film although you probably already knew all that.
(Stephanie), we can go ahead and open the questions for Sara and Justin.
Operator: Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, if you would like to register
a question, please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. You
will hear a three toned prompt to acknowledge your request. If your
question has been answered and you would like to withdraw, please press
the 1 followed by the 3.
If youíre using a speakerphone, please lift your handset before entering
your request. Our first question comes from the line of Jamie Steinberg
with Starry Constellation Magazine. Please go ahead.
Jamie Steinberg: Hi. Itís a pleasure to speak with you both.
Justin Breuning: Hi.
Sara Paxton: Hello. Hi.
Jamie Steinberg: Hi. My question, Sara, what made you want to take on
the role and had you heard about Susan Wright before taking on the film?
Susan Wright: I really wanted to play Susan mostly because I was - when
I read the script I was absolutely terrified to play - it was such a
challenge I was so scared that I wouldnít be able to fulfill those
expectations of what it was supposed to be and I was just really
terrified and so thatís actually why I wanted to do it, because I was so
scared and it was going to be such a challenge. So I decided that I
should just go for it.
Jamie Steinberg: And how did you prepare for the role?
Sara Paxton: Well, preparing for the role, I mostly just - I researched
a lot about Su- the real Susan Wright and the case and what happened.
And I researched quite a bit about (enough to silence) and I watched -
the producers actually gave us a few copies of the - there was, like, a
special - like a Dateline special on the entire case and so I watched
that a few times. And really that was (all I) could really do to prepare
and I just sort of went for it after that.
Jamie Steinberg: And Justin, what did you find challenging about your
Justin Bruening: Well actually, you know, Iím the same as what Sara was
saying. I, too, was very nervous when I heard about the script. You
know, I went through it and this is a guy that is kind of the complete
opposite of me. You know, he beats his wife, hits his kids and all that
You know, I only do it on Saturdays. But most of the time I donít, you
know, do that (unintelligible) do that. But this is a guy that is, you
know, so different from me and different then any character Iíve played
before. I didnít know if I could convincingly do it. And that was one of
the reasons I wanted to, to - you know, I felt like I could and felt
like maybe he was a character that could be approached in a different
way, maybe he was must misunderstood, maybe he deserved it. I donít
know. I have no idea. It was a lot of fun. It was a lot of fun to, like,
just play around in that.
Jamie Steinberg: Okay, thank you so much.
Justin Bruening: Youíre welcome.
Woman: Thank you.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Suzanne Lanoue with
The TV Megasite. Please proceed.
Suzanne Lanoue: Hi.
Sara Paxton: Hello.
Justin Bruening: Hello.
Suzanne Lanoue: First question for Sara, the movie seems to be mostly
from your characterís point of view. Did that help you at all to play
the character, to have a more sympathetic point of view?
Sara Paxton: Yes, yes. I guess so. I - more sympathetic point of view.
Yes, I mean, I - to play Susan, I could only really see it from one
point of view, and that was to, you know, Iím sorry, I donít really know
how to answer your question. Yes, I felt sorry for her. I felt sorry for
her and I think that thereís obviously two ways that you can look at
Youíre either going to walk away agreeing with the prosecution or who
knows, you might see the story in an entirely different light and think
that she was just crazy or something. I - you know, itís sort of up to
the viewer and thatís sort of how I felt when I was watching all the
Itís, like, you donít really know how to feel about it but because Iím
playing - I was playing Susan, I had to sort of believe that everything
that was happening was really happening or she doesnít - she - I had to
be sympathetic with the character to play Susan.
Suzanne Lanoue: All right, thank you. No, that was a good answer.
Justin, Iím a really big fan of yours from watching All My Children and
Justin Bruening: Thank you.
Suzanne Lanoue: I was wondering - yes, it was actually hard for me to
watch you in this because you were so mean. But I...
Justin Bruening: Yes, thatís sort of - Iíve heard that a lot actually.
Suzanne Lanoue: I was wondering what you think your fans of those shows
will think because you mostly played a good guy.
Justin Bruening: Oh, thatís whatís interesting is this year Iíve slowly
and definitely feel that with this, slowly I did my (weight) in the
other direction. I donít know what to think. I know I was talking to my
wife and I said, ďYour grandmaís going to hate me,Ē so sheís going to
think I beat you and everything.
But, no, I - you know, itís just a character. You know, I donít - itís
just a different facet of, you know, personality so I think the
hopefully they get that but, yes, just to get it.
Suzanne Lanoue: Yes hopefully. Well, you both did a great job. I didnít
mean to say you werenít believable or anything. I just - I see you as...
Justin Bruening: Oh no, no. Yes. No I - yes. No, no, no, I totally get
it. I totally get it because I saw a couple clips of it and then I was
like, ďOh snap. Okay.Ē (Letís) hope nobody watches this. So yes, there
were a couple times like when I choked Sara, thereís a moment in that.
It was pretty bad (unintelligible).
Suzanne Lanoue: Well you and (Alexa) are both missed on my TV. So thank
you both for answering the questions.
Justin Bruening: Oh thank you. Youíre welcome.
Sara Paxton: Thank you.
Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, as a reminder, to register a question,
it is the 1 followed by the 4. Our next question comes from the line of
(Sara Bevo) with XFinity TV. Please proceed.
Sara Bevo: Hi. Hi Sara. This is (Sara). I wanted to know, so now that
you played this character, how justified do you think her actions were,
if a all? Do you think that the abuse she suffered made her snap or do
you think she was the sociopath that the prosecutor thought she was?
Sara Paxton: You know, I donít know. I think thatís what makes this
story so interesting is that, you know, itís true and when youíre
watching the courtroom, you know, the - the audience has to make up
their minds. And they may not agree with the prosecution and agree with
- because ultimately thereíre only two people that know what really went
down that night and one of them is dead.
So, you know, you sort of have to make a judgment for yourself and, you
know, I really donít know if - to put myself in Susanís shoes, itís so
hard to say because Iíve never been in a situation like this and I
really donít know what I would do if somebody were to hurt me or
especially, like, my child.
I think it really shows, you know, what are people capable of doing when
theyíre in these situations? So itís so hard to say. But I donít ever
condone stabbing anyone, especially, you know, who knows? Maybe she
totally snapped. I mean, itís post- you know, it couldíve been post
traumatic stress syndrome. You know, itís not the most sane thing to
stab your husband. Yes.
Sara Bevo: Yes, what was it like shooting - I apologize. I havenít
seen the film - to see where you stab him 200 times. I mean, how many
takes is that?
Sara Paxton: It was so exhausting. I just remember Justin, like, laying
on the bed, like seven hours covered in blood and like, heís - I have
to, like, gag him with a robe and it was freaking disgusting. We were,
like, covered in blood all day long. And Iím pretty sure I accidentally
stabbed him for real a couple of times.
Justin Bruening: I fell asleep. It was pretty nice.
Sara Paxton: It was nice for him.
Justin Bruening: (Unintelligible).
Sara Bevo: And Justin, can you give us any (feed) an your character on
Justin Bruening: Oh that guy. Sure. I mean, about him - letís see, what
just happened? Well, I know - what does - does anybody watch it?
(Unintelligible). Letís see, I think - well I do get to go back to New
York. That comes up - and I actually get summoned back to New York and
also I shouldnít be trusting (Shevon) as much as I do. I think thatís
Sara Bevo: (Unintelligible).
Justin Bruening: Yes, I shouldnít be still putting all my faith in her.
Sheís not looking out for my best interest.
Sara Bevo: Great. Well, thank you very much.
Justin Bruening: Youíre welcome.
Sara Paxton: Thank you.
Operator: Our next question - go ahead. Sorry.
Woman: Oh no. Hello?
Operator: Yes, our next question comes from the line of (Unintelligible)
at Swiss Hollywood Connections PR. Please go ahead.
Woman: Hi. Iím actually representing (Celebrity Baby Soup) and my
questions are for Justin. So we get (unintelligible), all my current
co-stars, sorry, are parents to a baby girl. Congratulations. What kind
of a baby is she and are you (unintelligible).
Justin Bruening: Thank you. What was the second - the last part of the
question? Iím sorry.
Woman: By the way, what kind of baby is she and are you getting any
Justin Bruening: Oh sleep, no. That went bye-bye to me a long time ago.
I donít sleep anymore. We - actually sheís pretty good. She doesnít like
to sleep. Thatís the problem. But she is an extremely happy baby. She
runs around our house and sheís very much into her daddy right now, so
sheís crying because Iím locked in the office.
But sheís very, very fun and she likes to - runs around. She likes to
play with - she has a very short attention span. Iíll tell you that. She
likes to play with all her animals and other things. Sheís just a very
happy, happy baby. She loves to make us laugh. She just figured out how
to laugh. Sheís figured out sheís funny so we (unintelligible).
Woman: Cool. And how has fatherhood changed you? And what is your
favorite part about being a dad?
Justin Bruening: Fatherhood has - I donít know. I mean, personally I
donít know. Itís definitely - it makes you honestly grow up a lot
because you have to but at the same time you get to regress in the
opposite direction because I get to watch Sesame Street and I guess to
watch every cartoon, all the Disney movies which I obviously already
have because I bought them in advance, or thatís what I like to say
So I get to do - well, itís fun because you get to experience things
with her, you know, with your child and you donít - because theyíre a
clean slate so itís the first time - their first time for them so you
get to watch them grow and watch them absorb anything you show them and
thatís, like, the biggest treat to me. Sheís, like, learning five new
words a day. Itís crazy. I donít know how sheís doing it but most of the
time she imitates us.
I cook a lot so she - I actually cook every night. But itís my stress
relief from work and everything and we realizes that she imitates me. So
she, last night I was making dinner and she went into her little kitchen
and she full on made dinner with potholders.
And, you know, everything was hot. Everythingís hot. You canít touch it.
So she made us a little stew or lemon, potato and carrots. Itís
disgusting. Anyway, itís cute though. Yes, itís made me definitely...
Woman: Are you going...
Justin Bruening: What was that? Iím sorry.
Woman: Are you still going?
Justin Bruening: Whatís that?
Woman: Oh sorry. Are you still answering the question?
Justin Bruening: Oh yes. No, I was just saying that you
(unintelligible), like, it makes you - it definitely changes, like, the
characters I play especially and the roles I choose because I donít
know, thereís like this - I donít know maybe itís just from being tired
all the time, you have more of an adult in your acting and everything.
It changes for the better. It made life a lot more enjoyable.
Woman: All right, thatís wonderful. And just kind of going off of that,
were you able to get into the dark role easily and (miss) being a dad in
your real life?
Justin Bruening: Scarily, yes. It wasnít that hard to get into it. I
mean, I think thereís - that was just a person that - I remember you
always have your moments when you have a child and youíre sort of sleep
deprived and youíre blowing the kitchen up and the house is a mess and
you get to that point where you can feel that youíre going to snap at
any second. You just remember that and I went into this role and I was
like, oh good. I can just snap. I donít have to, like, (think) for
myself. This is good.
You know, I felt like he was a guy that didnít have that tool to hold
back, you know, or just sensor himself. He never developed that. So heís
kind of a guy that just couldnít, you know, keep himself under control,
so. It was pretty easy which is kind of funny because when people kept
complementing me on set. Iíd be, like, I donít think thatís a good
thing. Itís bad to do that.
But at the same time itís good to come home and I have my daughter and
my wife, to forget that I did that, you know.
Woman: Okay, well thank you so much and good luck to you two.
Justin Bruening: Oh, thank you.
Operator: And we have a follow up question from the line of Jamie
Steinberg with Starry Constellation Magazine. Please proceed.
Jamie Steinberg: I was wondering, Sara, if thereís any music coming out
from you soon?
Sara Paxton: No, I havenít done music since I was, like, 16. So - I have
a musical movie coming out April 2nd, I think. Itís called (Elixer) and
I sing and I dance in that, so thatís about as musically as I get.
Jamie Steinberg: Itís April 16th and the movie is (Elixer)?
Sara Paxton: Yes.
Jamie Steinberg: And is there any word about your filming Full Circle
Sara Paxton: Oh, I donít know. I - that was a short that I did last
year. I did it as a favor for a friend. So I think they wanted to make
the short to see if they could get a full movie made out of it but other
then that I donít know anything about it.
Jamie Steinberg: And youíre a part of the social networking site Twitter
where I see you often connect with many of your friends and also your
fans. I was wondering why is that such an important place for you to be
a part of?
Sara Paxton: I think Twitter is kind of cool. I think itís a cool way to
sort of connect with your fans and promote, you know, itís like a really
good way to promote what Iím doing through social media like, for
example, Iíll probably be promoting Blue Eyed Butcher a lot through
Twitter and yes, I donít know. I just think thatís kind of interesting
Jamie Steinberg: Weíll have to get Justin on soon.
Justin Bruening: Yes. No, Iím terrible about that, so.
Sara Paxton: Heís not a Twitter kind of guy.
Justin Bruening: No, Iím not. Iím not. Iím - which is funny because I am
a computer geek but I just never, you know, I donít think anyone cares
what Iím doing.
Jamie Steinberg: Trust me, thereíre plenty of people that care, more
then you think.
Justin Bruening: Oh okay. Maybe Iíll think about it. How about that?
Iíll figure it out.
Jamie Steinberg: Sara, what would you like to say to people who are fans
and supporters to you and your work?
Sara Paxton: Thank you so much for supporting me and my work. Yes, I
think thatís totally awesome. I actually speak a lot to the fans and
Twitter. Theyíre so great and nice and sweet and Iím totally grateful
that they go and see things that Iím in. So thanks - and you guys are
Jamie Steinberg: Okay thank you.
Sara Paxton: Thanks.
Operator: We have another follow up question from the line of
(Unintelligible) with Hollywood Connections PR. Please proceed.
Woman: Hi, this is for Justin again. You recently co-starred with Sara
Michelle Geller on a new TV series, ďRinger.Ē Did you used to work with
her on All My Children?
Justin Bruening: I did not actually ever work with her on All My
Children. She left way before I did. But we did work on the - we both
went back to the last episode together and, yes, which was funny because
we both got the scripts weíre talking about. We werenít in the same
scene but we were working together the same day, so my wife said the
same thing. So we actually get to hang out all over the place when I
started working with her.
Woman: Great. Okay, and did you bring your daughter to the set? And did
she have any play with Sara Michelle Gellarís daughter, (Charlotte) for
- like on ďRinger,Ē like the set?
Justin Bruening: I never did bring her to set but they have played
together we - at a birthday party and stuff. We - they like each other a
lot. Theyíre very sweet with each other. Sheís - I think about a year
older then my daughter but (Charlotte) is must freaking adorable so you
get the two of them together and I canít even look at them. It makes me
sick. But theyíre very sweet with each other. And I was always supposed
to bring her but it was always like Iíd have weird call times. It was
during my daughterís nap time so I apparently couldnít bring her with
me, my wife said, but she has a play room on set she - like half her
trailer or something. Itís her daughterís little play room.
So she comes there and hangs out all day. And like I said, I was
supposed to and then I never did, so.
Woman: Okay. And whatís up next for you?
Justin Bruening: Nothing. Iím going through this fun little pilot
choosing hell like everyone else. Reading scripts. Yes, itís - just
reading scripts and, you know, looking at shows I guess. I have no idea
whatís next. Itís kind of fun (unintelligible). Itís kind of fun.
Woman: Great. Great. Okay, well thank you Justin and thank you Sara so
much for this opportunity and good luck to both of you.
Sara Paxton: Thank you.
Justin Bruening: Thank you.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of (Marge Compton) with
TV Tango. Please proceed.
(Marge Compton): Hi Sara. How are you today?
Sara Paxton: Hi. Iím good. How are you?
(Marge Compton): Youíre working with Lisa Edelstein on this movie. Both
you and Justin are. Whatís that been like and have you gotten to speak
with her about, ďHouse,Ē or anything like that?
Sara Paxton: Well, Lisaís great. Sheís really nice and really funny and
itís - it was kind of hard to do all the prosecution scenes because she
had to be mean to me and I had to cry which is - sheís really funny and
nice, so yes, that was hard. But we wrapped a couple months ago so I -
we didnít really have time to talk about, ďHouse,Ē or anything. I was
too busy trying to be all emotional all day and stuff. But I was a big
fan of her in, ďHouse.Ē So I was cool.
(Marge Compton): A lot of people were very upset that she was not going
to, you know, that she wasnít on the final season.
Sara Paxton: I know. Me included.
(Marge Compton): Okay thanks. I just wanted to know how your - there are
a lot of Lisa fans out there.
Sara Paxton: All right, cool. Thank you. Bye.
Operator: We have another follow up question from the line of (Sara Bevo)
with XFinity TV. Please proceed.
Sara Bevo: Hi again. Lifetime movies are sort of watched on two
levels. Some people watch them as series dramas. And some people find
the often melodramatic content kind of fun. How do you feel about that?
Justin Bruening: Me?
Sara Bevo: Oh yes, for both of you.
Justin Bruening: All right, Iíll take it. Yes, Iíll take it. All right,
letís see, for the people find it as a drama, well there is a lot of - I
mean, thereís a lot of drama in real life. I mean, thereís a lot of
melodrama in real life. This is actually a fine combination of both
that, for instance, there was a scene where she has a garage sale after
(unintelligible) and I thought it was the melodrama part.
I thought that was, like, kind of made up for it but itís actually true.
There are things that happen in life that are so ridiculous and I think
theyíre melodramatic. But I believe that, you know, like life has both
of those and so itís all very realistic. But for the people that view it
as a drama, itís definitely a drama. For the people that view it as
melodrama, thereís a lot of that in there too.
But both - as long as you enjoy either one of those, I think you guys
will enjoy this or any Lifetime movie for that matter.
Sara Bevo: Great. Great.
Justin Bruening: I probably didnít answer one of your questions, but Iím
Sara Bevo: Thatís okay.
Operator: Our next question is a follow up question from the line of
Stacy Roberts with Seriouslyomg.com. Please proceed.
Stacy Roberts: One second. Sorry, I had you on speaker and I hit the
wrong button. How are you guys doing today?
Sara Paxton: Good, thank you.
Justin Bruening: Great.
Stacy Roberts: If you guys had the chance to talk to Susan Wright, would
Sara Paxton: I donít know.
Justin Bruening: Me? Maybe not. Maybe not so much.
Sara Paxton: Yes. I wanted to be able to speak to her.
Stacy Roberts: Iím sorry.
Sara Paxton: I mean, I wanted to speak to her before we filmed the movie
but that was impossible so now maybe not so much, but for, like,
research purposes, yes. But we already filmed the movie, so.
Stacy Roberts: Do you think that she did it - or, like, did it change
your perception of what you thought happened that night after watching
the movie? I mean, after making the movie? Blond moment. Sorry.
Sara Paxton: I donít know. I think in my opinion itís still pretty up in
the air because thereíre only two people that really know what happened
and one of them is dead and Susanís in jail. You heard her side of the
story. So yes. No, it didnít really change how I felt about it. I was
still sort of not sure about the whole thing.
Stacy Roberts: You both did a really good job in the movie, so thank
Sara Paxton: Thank you.
Justin Bruening: Thank you.
Operator: Our next question is another follow up question from the line
of Jamie Steinberg with Starry Constellation Magazine. Please proceed.
Jamie Steinberg: I was just wondering if Sara was going to be in the
(Brier Lake) Murder Story at all.
Sara Paxton: I donít know. Iím sort of still working on that. Iím still
in the sort of negotiation process of it. Itís hard because, like Justin
said, Iím going through pilot season right now, but I have a script and
weíre talking about it and maybe. So I donít know.
Jamie Steinberg: Is this the most challenging role you played as Susan?
Sara Paxton: Yes. It - I think so, probably because it - I mean, Iíve
done a lot of physically demanding roles before but this is so hard
because Susanís a real persona Iíve never had to play a real person
before, a real situation so I felt a lot of pressure to be as realistic
Jamie Steinberg: Great. Thank you so much again, both of you.
Sara Paxton: Thank you.
Justin Bruening: Youíre welcome.
Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, again, if you would like to ask...
Devon Sanceda: Sorry, I just want to say we need to end this in a few
minutes so can we just finish the last few questions please?
Operator: There are no questions at this time.
Devon Sanceda: Oh perfect. Sara and Justin, is there anything you want
to say before we disconnect?
Sara Paxton: Iím good.
Justin Bruening: Iím fine too.
Devon Sanceda: Okay, thank you both for participating in the call. You
can go ahead and disconnect and have a good day.
Sara Paxton: Okay, thank you so much. Bye Justin.
Justin Bruening: Bye Sara.
Devon Sanceda: And (Stephanie), you can conclude the call with everyone
Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, that does conclude the conference call
for today. We thank you for your participation and ask that you please
disconnect your line.
Our Review of
ABOUT BLUE-EYED BUTCHER:
The film BLUE-EYED BUTCHER based on a true story of a Texas housewife
convicted of brutally murdering her husband by stabbing him almost 200
times in their bed. Dubbed by the media as the ďBlue-Eyed Butcher,Ē
Susan Wright appeared to have a fairytale life -- an adoring husband
Jeff (Bruening), two beautiful kids, and close family and friends. But
six years into their marriage, the fairytale crumbles when Jeff is found
dead and buried in the backyard of their suburban home. The close-knit
community is shocked as police accuse Susan of pre-meditated murder Ė
luring her husband into the bedroom, tying him up and violently stabbing
him almost 200 times before haphazardly cleaning up the crime scene. As
Jeffís family reels from the devastating news, Susan begins to mount her
aggressive defense -- that she needed to kill Jeff -- out of
self-preservation for herself and her children after years of physical
and mental abuse. But prosecutor Kelly Siegler (played by Lisa
Edelstein) is skeptical of her defense and forcefully argues Susan is a
cunning, doe-eyed sociopath, who has used her good looks to try to get
away with anything in life -- even murder.
About Sara Paxton:
Sara Paxton is an accomplished young actress who has shown her
impressive versatility in feature films, on television, and in music.
Sara was most recently seen in theatres in Shark Night 3D, a thriller
from veteran horror director, David R. Ellis of the Final Destination
franchise. Some of her most well known work has been in avariety of
genres, from the thriller, The Last House On The Left, an update of the
Ď70ís horror classic from Wes Craven, to displaying her comedy chops in
Superhero Movie!, a spoof on superhero movies, and in the Universal
comedy, Sydney White, co-starring Matt Long and Amanda Bynes but is
probably best known from the Fox comedy Aquamarine where she plays the
title character, a mermaid who is looking for love Ėon land opposite
Jake McDorman and Emma Roberts.
About Justin Bruening:
Justin Bruening began his acting career began when he was cast in the
role of Jamie Martin on the daytime drama All My Children, earning him a
Soap Opera Digest Award in 2005 for the portrayal. In late 2007, not
long after leaving the role, Bruening was cast as Mike Traceur, the son
of character Michael Knight, a new take on the original Knight Rider
series and has most recently been featured on The CW hit series ďRingerĒ
opposite Sarah Michelle Geller.
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