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Paul went on to become an anchor, while Patrick became a Broadway and screen actor, with a range that spans a Tony-nominated turn in “Oklahoma! The brothers Wilson (there’s a third, Mark) finally got to share the screen in “Big Stone Gap,” a character-driven dramedy, also featuring Ashley Judd and Whoopi Goldberg, about life in a Appalachian Virginia small town in the 1970s — which is in fact the very town the Wilsons would go to when visiting their grandparents. RELATED: "Steve Jobs" isn't a simplistic look at the Apple god (till the end)How did you wind up in this? The stereotype is that small towns like that seem unstuck in time. It can be confused or stereotyped as simple, but it’s not simple.Paul, I noticed you had a listing on the IMDb for a small part in “Angels in America,” which was Patrick’s big screen breakthrough. Paul: I volunteered to help in any capacity, not really thinking it would be a role of this breadth. Our father would take us into caves that were Civil War munitions dumps. There’s an honesty and a direct nature to the people there that never goes away, no matter what the generation is.var content_id = window.location.pathname.split('/')[2]; if (content_id === "2315451") { // Put background link on page var wrap_link = document.create Element("a"); wrap_= "https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/trackclk/N186801.290635CINEMABLEND.

Our grandparents were friends with Adriana’s family. There’s a theme about 40 year olds getting married and falling in love, which right now I think resonates.

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Our Wilson heritage is from there; our dad was born on that street, and our grandfather, and our great-grandfather. Patrick: I think it would have turned out differently if we had shot it somewhere else, and not just scenically. Every day you’d come to work and someone had just handed you a freshly baked pie. [Laughs]RELATED: Garrett Hedlund talks "Pan," poetry and his memories of Peter O'Toole Were there specific experiences shooting it that really stuck out?

Paul: The bittersweet part for me and Patrick was staying in our grandmother’s house.

I walked to my start mark, and I looked to the left and there was a plaque from the women’s auxiliary group for women who would help at the hospital, which is something my grandmother did right until she couldn’t anymore. If there’s anything close to a focus it’s the push-pull between finding small town life comforting and limiting — wanting to get away and do something else.

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