“It’s like a real life thing,” she says.
“There’s a lot of stories that come to us from my parents and it’s been an amazing journey, but it’s also something that we want to be part of.”
I’ve grown up watching ‘Lost,’ and I feel like my parents’ stories are the most important ones in terms of their experiences and the lives they lived.
“She adds: “It helps that the stories we’re able to tell are real and authentic, so I really do feel like the show and the actors who play them are very relatable to me.””
Grown Up” star Kaitlin Olson, left, and her “Lost” co-star, Josh McDermitt, in front of the ‘Lost’-themed TV at the TCA Summer Press Tour in Hollywood, Calif., on Sunday, June 6, 2017.
(Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)In addition to her new film, Olson will be appearing in “Grown Ups 2,” in which she plays the same mother who helps her son get the girl who left him.”
I didn’t like the way it was going, I didn ‘get it.’ “
I had such a hard time with the first ‘Lost.’
I didn’t like the way it was going, I didn ‘get it.’
I felt like it was like a movie that was trying to do too much and it was kind of like ‘you’re not supposed to be doing that.’
I wanted to do a movie where I felt a bit more comfortable in the role, but I wanted it to feel like it’s a part of me.”
So this new one feels like it could feel like something that I’ve had in my heart for a long time, and I think that’s really important to me.
It’s not like it’ll be a one-off story, but this will feel like a part to me for a while.
“The actress also hopes that her experience with the original “Lost,” which was filmed for four years, will help her to understand the character.”
I hope that people can take it with them and be able see how I grew up and what I experienced growing up in the ’90s and what was happening in my life in terms the ’80s and ’90m. “
We’re really lucky to be able to put that documentary out there and share that story.
I hope that people can take it with them and be able see how I grew up and what I experienced growing up in the ’90s and what was happening in my life in terms the ’80s and ’90m.
I think it’s really valuable to be told that kind of story.”
Olson will be in attendance for “Gone Girls,” which will air on the Disney XD network this summer.
She’ll be joined by “Grow Up” actor and “Gulliver’s Travels” star Josh McDormitt and “Lost”-themed TV.
The TCA summer press tour is on June 6 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Hollywood.
For tickets and more information, visit www.tca.com/tickets.