“General Hospital,” fans finally got to see Nathan (Ryan Paevey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms) tie the knot this week, but it was a crazy ride to the alter. Hopefully Paevey’s upcoming movie project will be smooth sailing compared to Naxie’s roller-coaster journey!
Paevey retweeted some good news from his managers this week about an exciting new project he has in the works: “GOOD NEWS! @RyanPaevey your deal is closed and you’re off to Kentucky to film a lead in a movie for the next three weeks. Enjoy the cold!”
It sounds like Nathan West will be off the Port Charles canvas for a few weeks, perhaps he and Maxie will take an extended honeymoon?
Details about the movie are scarce, although Paevey has revealed that he will be playing the bad guy, a 180 degree turn from his loveable GH alter ego Detective West!
It will be fun to see Paevey stretch his acting muscles and be the villain for a change. Can you imagine sweet, accommodating Nathan giving someone the strong arm? The movie is scheduled to shoot for a month in Kentucky.
Paevey fans can also check out his latest interview on his Twitter account. In it he talks about being a motorcycle enthusiast and nature photographer. According to Paevey all of his free time is spent outside, preferably on a bike, and he’s accumulated thousands of photographs over time.
He also gives a shootout for his website, fortunatewanderer.com where fans can purchase Paevey’s images, as well as his handcrafted jewelry.
So GH fans, was Naxie’s wedding everything you hoped for? The bride looked beautiful and the groom left his gun at home!
It was a nice touch to have Nathan and Maxie share memories of how they met, and having her ex, Damien Spinelli (Blake Berris) conduct the ceremony was actually sweet not awkward. Who knew?
GH viewers, let us know how you’re enjoying Berris’ twist on Spin! Do you think that he will eventually take over the role from Bradford Anderson? Anderson was temporarily replaced by Berris because he was filming an episode of Homeland when the wedding scenes were being taped.