jeudi, octobre 18, 2007
La switch est à bitch...
"I met both Pacino and De Niro when they were really on the come," he said. "They were young and insecure. Now Pacino is very rich, maybe because he never spends any money; he just puts it in his mattress. De Niro was deeply inspired by Zoetrope [Coppola's studio] and created an empire and is wealthy and powerful. Nicholson was - when I met him and worked with him - he was always kind of a joker. He's got a little bit of a mean streak. He's intelligent, always wired in with the big guys and the big bosses of the studios. I don't know what any of them want any more ... Pacino always wanted to do theatre ... [He] will say, 'Oh, I was raised next to a furnace in New York, and I'm never going to go to LA,' but they all live off the fat of the land."
Et vlan dans les dents.
Bon, maintenant que la vieille dame aigrie a sorti le méchant, on pourrait peut-être repasser à l'étape intéressante, M. Coppola. Faire des films (ce Youth Without Youth, c'est pour demain ou pour la st-glinglin?)
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