“Simon was this bomb of a one-season antagonist, to be reformed and to find his true self through Daphne,” he mentioned. “I think one of the bravest things about the romance genre is allowing people a happy ending.”
“Me and my friends used to joke about the fact that you don’t see a Black man on a horse,” he mentioned.
There’s been plenty of speculation that Page may change into the primary James Bond performed by a Black actor. He jokingly refers to it because the “B-word.”
“I can’t talk about the B-word, because I’ve got nothing to say on the B-word,” he mentioned. “I can’t talk about which jobs I’m not doing, because I’m not doing them, [but] I’m very happy with the work I am doing.”
Page is preserving busy with forthcoming roles within the movies “Dungeons & Dragons” and “The Gray Man.”
And he is discovered a mentor of kinds in “This Is Us” star Sterling Ok. Brown, who Page met through the 2016 Emmy season.
Brown was impressed.
“He wasn’t somebody who’s like, ‘Give me a couple of years and I’ll be making $10 million a flick,'” Brown mentioned of Page. “He really loves the art of illuminating the human condition.”