Started by edison, January 18, 2008, 08:47:02 PM
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Quote"Oh, and the other funny thing about it was later, Jonathan [Demme] was telling me: he said, 'Yeah, you know, originally we tried some people out for the part, and before you, P.T. Anderson was going to do it but he got caught up in a project he had to do.' I think the project ended up being something like 'There Will Be Blood,' or something [laughs]." Adebimpe said. "We just started talking about him and how much we both liked him and Jonathan was like 'yeah, that guy knows more about film than I do! I was [working] in the '70s and I was making some of the movies that he was talking around. I had no idea what was going on around me. He's like a living library of film.' It was like a double-edge thing where it's like, 'I'm glad I got this role, I don't know how I feel about that, though.' I don't know how I feel about [filling in for] P.T. Anderson."
Quote from: FilmCell on February 28, 2018, 07:52:43 AMShe's a girl whose a high school dropout from Kentucky that got famous from The Hunger Games. Needless to say, Phantom Thread isn't for her. Nor is any PTA film outside of maybe Boogie Nights.