Colin Hanks feeling good about going bad on “Dexter”
HollywoodNews.com: Colin Hanks couldn’t have asked for a more dramatic change of pace from his “The Good Guys” comedy than what he’s got with his current assignment — he plays a hair-raisingly creepy religious fanatic who has a weird relationship with fellow zealot Edward James Olmos in the new season of “Dexter,” which premieres Oct. 2.
“I can’t give much away. Now it’s official that I’m the bad guy, so that’s good. That’s really about the extent of what I can say. We’re still shooting, and I’m afraid if I blab now there’s still time for them to write something really horrible for me to do,” he jokes.
Promos of the sixth season of the Michael C. Hall series suggest the Bible-quoting pair are doing very bad things in the name of the almighty — a violently forced “repentance,” for instance. The season also has Dexter exploring spiritual matters himself, thanks to his encounters with an ex-con named Brother Sam, played by Mos Def.
“I have no idea if it will be controversial or not,” says Hanks.
He does know the show couldn’t have come along at a better time for him –now that he and wife Samantha have baby daughter Olivia at home.
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