Interview de l'acteur Ronen Rubinstein pour BriefTake en Janvier 2020.
9-1-1: Lone Star is burning up! (and I’m not just talking about the fires that Ronen Rubinstein and the diverse team in Austin, Texas are putting out on the show). The series follows a New York firefighter, played by producer and Hollywood legend Rob Lowe, who moves from the big city to the Lone Star state in order to rebuild the Firehouse, while hiding a giant secret. His son, played by the talented Rubinstein, is T.K. Strand, who has to trade in a broken life in Manhattan for a budding relationship in Texas, and the series is on fire when it comes to the #Tarlos scenes, in particular.
Brief Take: You’ve had quite a busy week! How has it been going?
Ronen Rubinstein: Oh man, it’s been so cool. We just surprised a bunch of fans at the Alamo Drafthouse in Downtown (Los Angeles) last night. We did a surprise Q&A with myself, Brian (Michael Smith), Natacha (Karam), and our showrunner (Tim Minear). And then we got to take photos and talk to fans in the lobby, and it was so cool and surreal seeing them…first of all, seeing the show on a big screen, that never happens, and then meeting these fans in person and actually getting to talk to them and meeting a lot of the fan accounts on Instagram, it was really surreal last night. It sort of puts you in perspective of how these fans are so dedicated and how much they love the work.