"She's pretty secure in just Godzilla-ing through life.
As a mother of two 13-year-olds, it's a great role. It's fabulous to play a really selfish creature."And, as far as the costume choice was concerned, D'Angelo says she was happy to roll with the punches. I'm totally willing to show the flaws, whatever, because I'm good with it." Whether Alvin and Bonnie will be able to overcome this latest hurdle in their relationship remains to be seen, but D'Angelo hints that Lorraine will likely appear in future episodes as well."In the piece, she's an antagonist. If [viewers] don't like her, let's just hope they love to hate her."Check out a sneak peek from Thursday's episode below.
At first, co-writers and directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein had their reservations about the original stars being in the movie.
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