Actor Patrick J. Adams On “Suits” and Suits

    The actor gets candid about his engagement, career and dapper fashion sense.

    If you watch Suits, you know Patrick J. Adams best as the renegade legal boy wonder Mike Ross. If you don’t, you know him as that guy in Friday Night Lights, that guy in NCIS, or that guy in Old School, Numb3rs, Luck, or Weather Girl. Adams (the J stands for Johannes, by the way) has been a TV actor for about a decade and has collected credits in what seems like every show since his first—“Literally. Every. One.” he says with a deadpan playfulness (more of that below). But Suits quickly cleared a path for Adams, The Leading Man, a role he reprises in NBC’s Rosemary’s Baby and Adam Collis’s upcoming indie film Car Dogs, in which he’ll play the son of a stony auto dealer, alongside Octavia Spencer.

    Quick on his feet and funny as all hell, Patrick J. Adams, you might have noticed, is also hot, which is one reason he’s a great kickoff to our new recurring feature, #ManCrushMonday. Adams visited the BAZAAR offices and, while striking as dapper a pose as Kate Winslet, told us about his recent engagement to Pretty Little Liars actress Troian Bellisario, a creepy apparition of the future Patrick J. Adams, and two of his nation’s greatest achievements: Orphan Black and the Canadian tux.

    Has your suit collection grown since you started filming Suits?
    It has! The thing I learned about suits is that they only fit you for about a week after you’ve had them tailored. But you’d be surprised—people give you fewer suits than you would imagine they’d give you when you’re on a show called Suits. I thought I’d be swimming in suits by now.

    Is that a hint, hint?
    [Brings recorder to mouth, shouting:] I THOUGHT I’D BE SWIMMING IN SUITS BY NOW!

    Who makes your favorite suit?
    Burberry and Rag and Bone.

    Your people prophesied the heyday of the best suit of all, the Canadian tuxedo. I feel like the U.S. owes Canada an apology for the mockery.
    Well, cowboys were always wearing denim on denim, and you guys gave us the cowboy, right?

    As a teen, you moved from Toronto to Hollywood. Suits took you right back to Toronto, where it’s filmed. Did you see that coming?
    A lot of shows moved up there, but I didn’t expect it to happen. I didn’t expect to get any part. By the time I got Suits, I thought my time in Hollywood was coming to an end. We shot the pilot in New York, which was a dream come true. And as Toronto rumors started, I was a little bummed because in my mind the Toronto chapter of my life was over. Now I’m grateful because it could be so many other places. I have friends shooting in Atlanta or Baltimore—interesting cities, but I think they would’ve been tougher than being at home with the people I know.

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      ‘Suits’ Exclusive Sneak Peek: Mike Plays Hard to Get

    We’re still adjusting to seeing former dynamic duo Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) on opposite sides of the conference table, but “Suits” seems to be relishing the chance to toy with our emotions — and Variety has an exclusive preview of tonight’s episode to prove it.

    We can’t help but love Mike’s swagger now that he has the upper hand on his former mentor, and in the sneak peek below, Mike seems to be enjoying seeing Harvey come to him hat in hand — but will the pair be able to make a deal?

    Check out an episode description for tonight’s episode, “Litt the Hell Up” below:

    When Sean Cahill (guest star Neal McDonough) brings Pearson Specter client Logan Sanders (guest star Brendan Hines) in to the SEC for questioning, Harvey tries to put an end to the Gillis Industries takeover. But when Mike continues to play hardball, Louis (Rick Hoffman) sees an opportunity to make a name for himself by saving the day. Meanwhile, Rachel (Meghan Markle) must contend with the fallout of a moment of weakness.

    “Suits” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on USA Network.

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      ‘Suits’ Season 4 Promotional Shoot Added

    I’ve added the ‘Suits’ Season 4 promotional shoot to the gallery. Don’t forget to watch Suits Wednesday’s at 9/8c on USA Network!


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      Listen: Patrick reveals why he really guest starred on ‘Pretty Little Liars’

    Suits star Patrick J. Adams visited EW Radio (SiriusXM 105) on Monday, and while he started The Editor’s Hour off right by singing along to Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love Is”—he has a lovely falsetto—his performance during our “You Said It!” game is what you really need to hear. How it works: We read lines from some of his previous TV credits, and he tries to identify the show and provide an interesting anecdote about shooting the role.

    Listen to highlights below, which include Adams sharing how he guested on Pretty Little Liars in 2010 to win back series star Troian Bellisario, who’d broken up with him (it worked, they’re engaged), failed to play it cool alongside Lost‘s Terry O’Quinn, and almost got his own Ghost Whisperer spin-off. And psst, Orphan Black fans: He also describes how Helena’s hair really feels.


      New Photoshoot Added with Troian

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      ‘Suits’ season four is ‘re-energizing’ for star Patrick J. Adams

    For three “Suits” seasons, Mike Ross kept barely slipping by. At an upscale law firm, he convinced people that he’s a Harvard Law School grad.

    Now, finally, that’s been set aside; the fourth season has Mike working for a finance firm and dealing with his old bosses. “It’s re-energizing for me … like a new job,” said Patrick J. Adams, who plays him.

    Still, those first seasons were fun, with an exaggerated version of anyone who has felt underqualified. “I think that’s why people connect to Mike,” Adams said. And for actors, it all seemed realistic.

    The notion during auditions is to say you can do anything. Sure, you can ride a horse … swim … walk on stilts; then you try to learn before filming begins. And Adams once tried that out, big-time.

    There he was, a Canadian kid who studied theater at the University of Southern California. Summers in Los Angeles were “sort of soul-crushing,” he says, but he heard about dealing blackjack in the Yukon.

    “I knew they wouldn’t hire me if I said I didn’t have any experience,” Adams said. “I stayed up all night studying. Then I said I’d had all this experience and had worked on cruise ships and everything.”

    He got the job and had a fine summer; still, he understands the fidgety feeling of being out-of-place.

    Adams recalls introducing “Suits” producer Doug Liman at a conference (started by Liman’s late father) for public-interest lawyers. “It’s the cream of the crop. (I) felt exactly like Mike Ross would feel in this room — no idea what I was doing there, scared. … I don’t even play a lawyer on TV; I play a fake lawyer.”

    It was a lesson in merely pretending to belong. “We all have to put on this mask of confidence.”

    In show business, masks are common. For actors — who tend to be loose and creative — wearing a suit and tie can be a transformation. “Just being in those clothes does something sort of really rigid,” Adams said. “It’s like putting on a suit of armor. … It’s completely different from our normal lives.”

    Inside one of those suits, Gabriel Macht plays Harvey Specter, intense and imposing. In real life, said Meghan Markle (who plays Rachel Zane), Macht often gets “a bit of the giggles.”

    Colleagues describe the “Gabriel giggles,” which Macht doesn’t dispute. “I find life in general very funny. I feel like we are all a bunch of monkeys and I’m laughing at all of us. My attention span is very short.”

    Macht, 41, certainly seems to have a pleasant life. As the son of busy actor Stephen Macht, he grew up in Beverly Hills; he’s been married for a decade to Jacinda Barrett, the actress who became famous as a breezy Australian import in “Real World: London,” and they have two children.

    Adams, 32, also seems to be thriving. Show business, he said, lets him know “incredibly creative and engaging people.” Of late, he was directed by Oscar-nominee Agnieska Holland (in the “Rosemary’s Baby” remake) and he became engaged to Troian Bellisario, the “Pretty Little Liars” star who is the daughter of two TV producers. And now there’s this “re-energized” year of “Suits.”

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      Rosemary’s Baby ‘Night 1′ Stills Added to Gallery


    I’ve added some Rosemary’s Baby stills to the gallery from Episode 1 titled “Night 1″.

    Don’t forget, the show premieres TONIGHT on NBC at 9/8c!


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      Patrick J. Adams Talks Terror of Rosemary’s Baby, Suits Season 4


    If we’re talking Suits Season 4, which premieres on June 11, then yes.

    But tonight we’ll see a different side of Patrick J. Adams in NBC’s remake of the classic horror novel and film Rosemary’s Baby.

    Adams plays Guy, husband to Rosemary (Zoe Saldana) and eager to be a success in his writing career while trying to help put a painful miscarriage behind the couple.

    However, there are more demonic workings that come into play when the pair moves into an apartment with landlords that have designs on them and their family.

    Having gotten an early look at the film, its two-night adventure (tonight is part one and the conclusion airs Thursday) will draw you in with solid performances by Adams and Saldana, as well as Jason Isaacs and Carole Bouquet, along with writing by Scott Abbott and James Wong and direction by Agnieszka Holland.

    Adams jumped on the phone with me last week to talk about the role and also to give us a sneak peek into what we can expect on the new season of Suits…

    TV Fanatic: Talk to me first of all about your preparation. Did you go back to the movie or the Ira Levin novel in order to play Guy?

    Patrick J. Adams: I went through the book. I obviously did see the movie a bunch of times and I did re-watch it again. I think I knew just from reading the scripts that this was not so much like the re-make of that film. There’s so many different details and different choices that they’ve made, taking the story in so many different directions, so I didn’t feel like it was going to inform too much of…sometimes you can operate in the shadow of something like Rosemary’s Baby, which was such a classic, amazing film but I think I just knew there were so many differences that I could go back and enjoy it for what it was.

    TVF: As a viewer, you’re constantly watching Guy, and kind of wondering how much he is involved and how much is he not involved, perhaps? Did you have in your head the moment where he is kind of pulled into the other side of things?

    PJA: That’s a really good question. We spent a lot of time talking about it and everybody has sort of different answers, which is so funny. There’s so many different ways to play it. There’s a world that I think is a little bit closer to the original film where he makes the decision just basically overnight and has just sort of given up. This is what we’re going to give you, this is what you have to do.

    I think by virtue of our film being a little bit longer but also by virtue of these two characters being almost much more in love than I think they were in the original film…I think that Guy deeply, deeply loves Rosemary and I think to that end that transition to deciding that’s he’s going to let them do what they say they’re going to do, think’s a much slower burn, so I think that for my money…I believe that they’re sort of putting things in front of him, they’re sort of taking and saying what they want, ‘we want you to have a baby, we want there to be a baby, we want to be involved in the baby’s life,’ but I don’t think he fully understands how deep the rabbit hole goes until probably the end of Night One where Rosemary is actually impregnated. He doesn’t really understand how deep he is until he’s already all the way in the deep end.

    That gives us more reason in this version for us to really see Guy wrestle with afterwards what he’s actually done and trying not to take responsibility for it and trying to pretend like it was the right thing to do and see that this was for the best for both of them and knowing full well that it probably isn’t. He seems to be a much more sympathetic character in this version than he was in the original [and] I didn’t want people to just be watching and sort of hating him and judging him for what he did. I think we go a little deeper in this version and at least try and be able to take his side or see why he did what he did, even if it was so ultimately terrible.

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      New Photoshoot Added


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      Rosemary’s Baby Official Trailer

    Check out this promo of Rosemary’s Baby, coming this May to NBC!

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    Suits is a USA Network drama created by Aaron Korsh that stars Patrick J. Adams as Michael "Mike" Ross and Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter. The series is set at Pearson Hardman, a fictitious law firm in New York City. Mike, once a college scholarship recipient and on his way to becoming a law student at Harvard University, was kicked out of college for selling the answers to a math test he had memorized, ruining his chances of attending law school. Mike instead makes a living as a bicycle messenger, and is convinced by his friend, Trevor, to take part in a marijuana deal.
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    Malcolm is a brilliant, callous businessman who is a vicious, overbearing father. Mark is the sales manager at Chamberlain Auto, the dealership that promises to do "Whatever It Takes" to put you in a new car. But on a scorching hot Saturday in the middle of the Phoenix summer, Mark has a chance to get his own dealership - and out from under the thumb of his father. Mark has to sell thirty-five cars by the end of the day. The question: Will Mark do whatever it takes - including betraying his sales team and himself - to get what he wants?
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    Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an apartment in a building with a bad reputation. They discover that their neighbours are a very friendly elderly couple named Roman and Minnie Castevet, and Guy begins to spend a lot of time with them. Strange things start to happen: a woman Rosemary meets in the laundry dies a mysterious death, Rosemary has strange dreams and hears strange noises and Guy becomes remote and distant. Then Rosemary falls pregnant and begins to suspect that her neighbours have special plans for her child.
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