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Chicago P.D.’s Jesse Lee Soffer Explains The ‘Difficult’ Factor About Returning And Origin Of Wanting To Direct

Jesse Lee Soffer left Chicago P.D. as a collection common after greater than 200 episodes of One Chicago motion (together with Hearth and Med), and Season 10 has needed to transfer on with out Jay Halstead within the combine. The actor didn’t keep gone from the present for lengthy, nonetheless, as Soffer stepped behind the digicam to direct the subsequent episode of NBC’s hit drama. Known as “Deadlocked,” the episode will put a harmful spin on a homicide trial for Voight and Intelligence, and Soffer spoke with CinemaBlend about returning to direct, together with what was “difficult” about it.

“Deadlocked” shall be Jesse Lee Soffer’s directing debut, which was introduced simply a few weeks after Chicago P.D. mentioned goodbye to Jay Halstead. Soffer was definitely aware of the present beforehand due to 9 full seasons as a star underneath his belt, together with the primary three installments of Season 10. When he spoke with CinemaBlend, he opened up in regards to the origin of his need to direct. Based on Soffer, he’s been eager to pursue directing for for much longer than followers may need guessed, as he mentioned: 

It was form of like an itch that had been rising since Season 4, or one thing like that. I am undecided. All of us do a variety of problem-solving and bits and items of directing right here and there as regulars on the present, taking what’s on the web page and turning it right into a scene, and I simply realized that it was one thing that I assumed I might do, and that I used to be all for. I simply felt like I used to be continually doing it in some vogue, as does Jason [Beghe] or Marina [Squerciati] or Tracy [Spiridakos] or Paddy [John Flueger] or LaRoyce [Hawkins], for that matter.

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