The Rest in Peace Department officers are the ones taking down the Deados, but there’s no chance anything would get done properly with out the guidance of Mary-Louise Parker’s Proctor. Armed with a killer pair of go-go boots and a bottle of Fresco, Proctor whips Ryan Reynolds’ Nick Walker into shape within minutes of being shot dead and shipped off to the R.I.P.D., the afterlife law enforcement agency responsible for bringing those who refuse to pass on when their time is up to justice.
With R.I.P.D. due for a wide release on Friday, July 19th, Parker hit the press circuit in New York City and sat down for a press conference to discuss what drew her to the project, the chance to reunite with her RED director, Robert Schwentke, and the “weird” picture that inspired Proctor’s look. Parker also enlightened us on her upcoming run on Broadway, her preference for theater, longing for Weeds, and, rather randomly, watching Good Luck Charlie instead of Breaking Bad. You can catch all of that and more after the jump.