THE Handmaid’s Tale’s Elisabeth Moss has revealed how coronavirus derailed her directing debut in season four. The 37-year-old actress plays lead character Offred/June Osborne in the hit Hulu series, as well as serving as an executive producer. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates In season four, Elisabeth was also going to add director to her list of credentials on the show, but the coronavirus pandemic has delayed her making her directorial debut. Speaking about the halt in production, Elisabeth told Deadline: “We were two weeks into shooting when we shut down, so we didn’t get a lot in the can, and I was actually also in the middle of directing. “Our writers are still writing, and they are continuing to write this season, obviously remotely from their own homes, separately, and that train is still chugging along.” Elisabeth is excited to get behind the camera and direct a number of episodes in season four.She continued: “Yeah [first time directing]. I know…. You prep and spend so much time thinking about it and you’re ready to go. “And you’re excited, and you feel like, ‘OK I’m ready’, and then when this happens you sort of… Read full this story
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