He was the closest we had to a sure thing, and hell, he was practically a guarantee amongst a cast filled with his flavor-of-the-week co-stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher.As expected, Grace was the first main cast member to leave , departing before the show’s eighth and final season. His natural charisma carried the decent sitcom (which regularly but barely overcame its heinous, overblown laugh track), and Topher, intent on Hollywood stardom, began his path of taking whatever Paul Rudd roles Paul Rudd didn’t feel like taking. The film was produced by Dark Factory’s Daniel Posada along with Jason Tamasco, Alex Garcia and Topher Grace, and was directed by Isaac Rentz.It stars Grace, Lauren Lapkus, Alona Tal, Taye Diggs, Anne Heche, J. Chasez, Rob Riggle, Paul Scheer, Brian Husky and Lesli Margherita.Dark Factory currently produces one to two films per year.Founded in 2012 by Posada and Castellano, along with other producers from Mexico, their first U. film was “Bound to Vengeance,” which had a Sundance premiere and was acquired by IFC during the festival. It worked reasonably well , a competent romantic comedy starring Dennis Quaid and Scarlett Johansson alongside Grace, in which Grace played a wunderkid busisnessman taking over Quaid’s firm and subsequently falling in love with his daughter.
Grace later emerged in 2007, in the third installment of Sam Raimi’s acclaimed saga.
Kate's character, Rosalee, lands a night in Los Angeles with a huge movie star, played by soap opera actor Josh Duhamel. "Josh makes me so mad because he's a really funny, smart guy and he's that good-looking. "I didn't know this until I started working with him.
He just kind of decided that he wasn't going to pursue that career ...
Grace was widely perceived as the cast member most likely to break out of and emerge a movie star, the bashful everyman who could capably anchor many a romantic comedy, receive a reliable amount of backlash due to his lack of range, and cash in several paychecks thanks to his lack of range.
The fact that he never displayed anything beyond the suburban forlornness of his everyday-kid Eric Forman character never crossed our minds.