The Patrick J. Adams “Dream Suits” cameo was never made

In your program”Larry King Now” Adams and Markle talked about how much their lives have changed after the monumental success of “Suits” and the opportunity to appear on the series as some sort of Hollywood legend. “I’m still trying to get Dustin to come back with ‘Luck,'” Adams wished loudly. “I want to get Dustin Hoffman.”

From a distance, this question might have seemed like a bull’s-eye. But when Adams continued to struggle with acting, he appeared on the ill-fated HBO show “Luck,” centered around high-stakes professional horse racing. In three episodes, Adams played the ruthless stock trader Nathan Israel, who boasted about Mike Ross’s self-confidence without any humility in “Suits.” If Adams liked to bet, he seemed fully aware that the odds were not in his favor. “I think it’s going to be a little bit of a hard sell, but I tried,” he told King.

An interview revealed that Adams spent 14 hours a day while filming a scene with Hoffman, Dennis Farina and Joan Allen in a cramped elevator. Hollywood reporter. The two actors must have become friends enough for Adams to think he could convince Hoffman to come into the Pearson Darby Specter offices for “Suits” and make one of the most talked-about appearances in cable television history.

In an interview with Larry King, King and Adams briefly bonded over their collaboration with Hoffman and how the legendary actor loved telling stories about his Oscar-winning career. King worked with Hoffman on the 1997 film “Mad City,” starring John Travolta. Adams noted, “He’ll meet with you and just stop and tell a story and no crew will say, ‘No, no, no, we don’t have time for this,’ because it’s, you know, the best Old Hollywood story ever.” you saw. I’ve ever heard.”

Who knows, maybe there’s a chance that Hoffman could still appear in a new series set in the “Suits” universe that’s officially in development.


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