Lee Pace is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He played elven royalty in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy. And he has a starring role in the new Apple TV + series Foundation, based on the classic science fiction book series by Isaac Asimov. I’m tempted to call Pace a nerd icon, but “Intergalactic Emperor Papa” it sounds better.
The Stop and catch fire actor (if you haven’t watched Stop and catch fire, please do as soon as possible) received the space daddy nickname after the release of the Foundation trailer. His response: “I am deeply flattered”, he Recount Squire. “My mother would be so proud. Her mom may not want to search “Pace Daddy” on Twitter. It gets intense.
Also intense is the fandom for Grow daisies, the healthily morbid ABC series in which he starred. It was canceled after two cult seasons, but Pace says he and creator Bryan Fuller are still “joking” about bringing it back, “fantasizing about it,” and there are “ideas for that, and they’ve got it. look so cool ”. He admits everyone in the cast is busy, especially him, but “I’d love to be with everyone again… I’m ready for that.”
Until then there is Foundation, which aired on Apple TV + today, September 24.
(Going through Squire)