'The Bridge's' Demian Bichir: 'I say no to a lot'

Zap2it: After the Oscar nomination, did the roles start flooding in?Demian Bichir: I say no to a lot, and I drive my agents crazy. We have many different offers, all kinds of offers. Most of them are so much based on cliches and stereotypes, nothing but bad guys. But there are many other stories I am interested in telling. Whenever I get an offer full of stereotypes and cliches that are not accurate -- not only regarding a Mexican character but Mexico in general -- sometimes they only take news from Fox News, and then they write that. That is not the truth and nothing but the truth. You need to be smarter than that to seduce me as an actor.Zap2it: Did you hang out with police to inform this character?Demian Bichir: It is a character with many different layers and a palette of tones. I played cops before in my life. In Mexico I...

The Bridge (FX) Episode 6 “ID”

The Bridge  Episode 6 “ID” airs Wednesday August 14, 2013 at 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis:  The Bridge (FX) Episode 6 “ID” – Sonya  bonds  with a key witness from the case. Marco uncovers Sonya and Hank’s past. Charlotte calls on an  old friend  for help. Read More...

The Bridge's Ted Levine: "The Killer Is More Hannibal Lecter Than Jame Gumb"

  In this week's episode of FX's  The Bridge , viewers finally learn what happened to Sonya's ( Diane Kruger ) sister years ago, and about the "mistake" related to the case that brought Sonya and Hank ( Ted Levine ) together. "It's an interesting past, these two, in the way that they met, and it is a lot to be revealed," Levine tells "He bears a tremendous amount of regret concerning that thing, and it changed his perspective on a number of things, on justice and retribution. Knowing Sonya and having sort of been thrust into this relationship with her under these circumstances, it's kind of changed him."

Diane Kruger Talks The Bridge and Her Transition to TV

  Prior to the premiere of The Bridge , the only time American audiences had seen film star Diane Kruger ( Inglourious Basterds ) on a TV show was as a guest on an episode of Fringe . (Her character's corpse shared the screen with Kruger's real-life boyfriend, Joshua Jackson .)