Josh Lucas is one of the most versatile actors in Hollywood – one minute he’s a charming good-guy (“Glory Road”, “Sweet Home Alabama”, “Stealth”), the next he’s a slimy snake (“Hulk”, “American Psycho”, “Poseidon”). In his latest film, the actor, 40, plays an American, John, who befriends a kelpie dog that brought together a mining community in the ’70s and ’80s.
Lucas, who’ll next appear in the small screen version of John Grisham’s best-seller “The Firm”, spent five weeks in the Pilbara region of Western Australia working on the movie. In this exclusive interview, the Arkansas-born actor tells Clint Morris about his special connection to Australia and his heartwarming anti-Marley & Me movie.
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