What would have been Jessica Messenger’s interview

(Not Jessica Messenger)There hasn’t been a new entry into the Incomplete Interview File in our hallowed halls for a while, but that streak has now come to an end. Basically, we have the same story here as with the previous cases.

Actress Jessica Messenger was contacted about an interview. She accepted and chose to do it through e-mail. The questions were sent. She confirmed they were received. Several weeks passed. An offer was made to do a verbal interview instead and save her the trouble of typing out her replies. Jessica replied; “interview must of got caught up in the others, I’ll get to it this weekend.” That weekend came and went. Didn’t happen. An offer for just a one-question interview was subsequently proposed. Jessica didn’t even acknowledge receiving the message with that offer. Several more weeks passed. Didn’t ever bother to contact her again since it was clear an interview just wasn’t gonna happen. Her loss, but not a total loss for us, because  we always publish our halves of incomplete interviews. Enjoy the questions Jessica Messenger didn’t bother to answer. Above left is where a photo of Jessica would have been.

 


(Not Jessica Messenger)
Photo of Jessica would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS CHARLES: You started studying dance when you were a child and you studied several different styles, I understand. Do you have a favorite form of dance?
JESSICA MESSENGER:

CHRIS: I also understand that you were in a punk rock band when you were a teenager. What was the name of the band?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Did you consider pursuing a career in music at that time?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Did you release any recordings?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Who are some of your musical influences?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: What was your very first film role?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: A short film that you’re in that I don’t see at your IMDb listing, The Confession, has recently won an award?
JESSICA:

(Not Jessica Messenger)
Photo of Jessica would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: One pending film you have with a title and poster that caught my eye is Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse, in which you’re also credited as a producer. Can you tell me about that and the character you play?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Of the several short films you’ve been in, do you have a favorite?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: What would you say has been your most physically challenging role, so far?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: UK Horror Scene dubbed you a “veteran Scream Queen.” Would you agree that title suits you?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Are there any “old school” Scream Queens you admire?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Is there anyone in indie films, on either side of the camera, you haven’t worked with, whom you really want to work with?
JESSICA:

(Not Jessica Messenger)
Photo of Jessica would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: You did some semi-nude modeling earlier in your career. One shoot I caught was for the website FrontArmy.com, for which you were an “Alt Girl.” Was that just a one-time thing or did you do other shoots of that nature for them or other sites?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: You’ve done at least one shoot with Elle Richie. Was that for Suicide Girls?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Your tattoos are unique. Sort of “sketch pad” style. Were they all done by the same artist?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Do you have any skills or hobbies that most people are unaware of?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: With that, I’ll thank you again for taking the time to answer my questions, Jessica. In closing, any shout-outs to anyone?
JESSICA:

CHRIS: Oh, one last question. Am I the only one who’s told you that you look a bit like Olivia Munn?
JESSICA:

 


(Not Jessica Messenger)
Photo of Jessica would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

(Not Jessica Messenger)
Photo of Jessica would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

A video featuring Jessica would have gone above and here would have been
the caption. Instead, enjoy this 5-second SMPTE test pattern.

Links to Jessica’s websites would have gone below….

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About Chris Charles 487 Articles
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Chris flirted with the music biz there and in Nashville before joining the U.S. Army and serving in South Korea. He remained in Asia for several years afterwards, teaching English and covering the regional entertainment scenes. Currently in a mindset between Seoul and San Francisco, besides Idol Features, you can also catch his writings in the print edition of Effective Magazine, and add him on Facebook and Google+

3 Comments on What would have been Jessica Messenger’s interview

  1. Wow. I actually haven’t seen anything like this before.
    Do you know how many publications have interviews hanging in the ether? All of them yet only on this one have I ever seen something this petty.

    I get it, you do your research (as you like to remind us in every “incomplete interview”) and someone doesn’t reply, so you’ve had some time wasted. That happens to plenty of interviewers who still manage to retain their decorum. It just looks unprofessional.

    When you have a long list of unfinished interviews talking about how girls have missed out by not answering you, something that can be attributed to life getting in the way or perhaps realising they didn’t want to be published here, it just smells a bit desperate. I’m not even trying to have a go here, I think it would be beneficial to your publication to keep your personal stuff and the every detail of the non interview separate. It doesn’t look good. When you are posting things like this, it makes it look like, perhaps there is a reason your non reply list is so long.

    • Sahala, you’re way off the mark, but at least you can put a sentence together. By the way, the “non reply” list is not “so long.” If you check the list of all the interviews at this site, you’ll see that the “non repliers” only account for a very small percentage. That’s because the vast majority of ladies we contact for interviews have integrity. Meaning, when they agree to do something, they do it. Simple. Anyway, appreciate your comment.

  2. With the exception of the above, comments siding on both sides of this issue (not that this should even BE an issue) have been deleted. Comments are not enabled here to open up Youtube-type mudslinging threads.

    Comments aimed to defend or score points with someone who doesn’t possess what it takes to be true to her own word, and doesn’t even realize that is not a good trait, are of no more value here than that person’s word. Likewise, this site won’t tolerate the subject of any article (yes, even one of these) to be the target of bashing. Take all that crap elsewhere.

    The Incomplete Interview pieces here are intended to provide a humorous format for us to publish our unanswered questions so they at least don’t go unseen and our research time spent to come up with them doesn’t become a total waste. Period. If the “subject” of an Incomplete Interview or her small circle of friends feels like she was was targeted to be “castigated” or “publicly shamed,” it’s in their own minds. Our Incomplete Interview File is humor, people! Get a sense of it and move on! If any of you would like to learn how one of these should be taken, read Devanny Pinn’s response to her Incomplete Interview. She got it and we hold her in high regard and maintain a great deal of respect for her.

    Our fans will always greatly outnumber the insignificant few who make up the disgruntled minority who can’t keep their words or take a joke, and you know what they say about those who can’t take a joke. Idol Features always has had and will continue to get quality interviews with noteworthy ladies and we will always keep growin’, rockin’ and rollin’.

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