But with a little bit of luck, it’ll at least find its way to some digital platforms,” he said, optimistically.
“I do think it’s a movie worth seeking out because it’s rare that there’s a narrative that has the capacity to both move you and educate you.” .
“You spend that much time with someone whose mortal coil can snap at any given time and their take on the world is hopeful and all they want to do is spread love, which is exactly what we need right now,” he said, “it’s a nice heat check of where you are in your life and what you think is important and how you’re handling yourself on a day to day basis as a man and as a human being.” made its festival debut on July 13 at Outfest in Los Angeles, and Roday is hopeful that the film will find a home, though he is aware of the “uphill” battle a quirky indie like this one faces.
RELATED: 'Normal Heart' Stars on What the Next Generation Can Learn From the AIDS Drama “I recognize that it’s sort of a strange independent film that may be hard to classify and that means it’s hard to sell.
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Now, two years after the beloved series bid farewell, he is taking an unexpected detour -- playing struggling, HIV-positive writer Dan Schauble, who takes on the healthcare system in the dark AIDS ensemble comedy, Once everything lined up, it was “a no-brainer” for Roday.
“It’s a project with something to say and it’s a role that’s very different for me,” he explained.
The script is being written by creator Steve Franks and Roday, with Franks directing the special.
The penultimate episode of PSYCH, "A Nightmare on State Street," premieres on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on USA, just one week before the series finale, "The Break-Up." Immediately following the 67-minute finale, USA will air the PSYCH AFTER PSHOW, a one-hour live special featuring never-before-seen footage, favorite clips and an audience Q&A with the entire cast -- James Roday, Dul Hill, Corbin Bernsen, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, and Kirsten Nelson -- and show creator Steve Franks. Dulé Hill: If anybody's wondering, I'm currently eating waffles right now, with maple syrup. It wasn't as if there were a lot of tears, but it was sort of a great celebration of all the crazy things we had done.