this is still the best story ever told at a talk show
I love this woman… Oh my god!
During the scene where Billy and Frank are talking, Jack Nicholson felt that he wasn’t “intimidating” enough. Director Martin Scorsese reveals that the next day, Nicholson shocked everyone on set by deviating from the script and pulling out a weapon to frighten his co-star and provoke a genuine reaction. Scorsese says, “He pulled a gun on him. He didn’t tell me he had a gun. It was great… Leo’s reaction is real-time. I still get chills… It’s so real to me.” Of the incident, Dicaprio says, “It was one of the most memorable moments of my life, as far as being an actor is concerned.”
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“People say to me, ‘Now is she a bad guy or is she a good guy?’ good at heart but she was always running a stray, no pun intended… I thought it would be a couple of scenes, and probably y’know? not a fully developed character. But I didn’t care I would have done it anyway because it’s kind of idol from my childhood. then to my surprise I read the script, I found her to be very interesting, and very complicated sort of psychologically. And actually, quite a challenge as an actress.” - Michelle Pfeiffer
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Trailer for the new drama Touchy Feely.
Written and Directed by Lynn Shelton (Your Sister’s Sister)
I’m oddly sentimental since it was my first real Sundance movie ever.
I liked it a bit. It’s good.