Morgan Freeman sleeps during televised interview
His "Now You See Me" costar Michael Caine carried the conversation instead
May 23, 2013 7:15PM (UTC)
Morgan Freeman, the man whose voice could lull a generation of Americans to sleep, apparently lulled himself to sleep yesterday, in the middle of an interview with Seattle Fox affiliate Q13.
Q13 interviewed Freeman and Michael Caine for their upcoming FBI movie, "Now You See Me," but "Freeman appeared to nod off a couple of times during the interview."
Luckily, Caine was awake:
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