TWIST recently chatted with the youngest JoBro, Frankie Jonas, from The Haunted Hour which airs on The Hub at 5 p.m. ET on Saturday! Frankie spilled about the show, his favorite scary movie, and a new TV show that's in the works! Check out the interview below!
TWIST: Can you tell us about your episode on The Haunting Hour and about the character you play? FJ: It starts out on Halloween--and one year ago from the episode, kids went missing--so everyone has to trick or treat at the school now and everyone's freaked out and it's really not fun. My character's name is Dave and [he] and [his] brother go to a pumpkin patch to get a pumpkin and it turns out, things are a little bit... uneven. And that's all I can say.
TWIST: That's awesome. So, did you know anything about R.L Stine or anything about his books before the show? FJ: Oh yes, of course I did. I loved his work--especially Goosebumps--those were really great, tons of fun but really spooky!
TWIST: So do you like scary movies also? Do you have a favorite? FJ: I love scary movies. My two favorites are Sweeney Todd and the original Nightmare on Elm Street.
TWIST: If you could star with any actor or actress in the world, who would it be? FJ: Probably Chris Evans. My favorite thing he's done is Captain America. I really loved that!
TWIST: What's your favorite thing to do in your time off? FJ: My favorite thing to do is read comics, watch TV, [and] play video games.
TWIST: What music and which artists have been on your iPod lately? FJ: I'm definitely the guy for Coldplay and I like Young the Giant. I'm the guy for alternative music so that's mostly where I base my soundtrack off of.
TWIST: Very cool! So, if you could trade places with anybody on the planet for one day, who would it be? FJ: I'd trade places with some millionaire and just go out on the town. It'd be awesome! I would buy all this stuff and then send it to my house so that when I get back into my body I get all this awesome stuff!
TWIST: Are there any other projects that you are working on that you want to let our readers know about? FJ: I am actually developing a TV show. I can't say with who, but I'm going to give you a hint about it: It's going to be out of this world!
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