Overblown and somewhat gossipy edition!
"It is the most copied film in the history of cinema. It broke barriers that had existed since the inception of cinema."
"I feel I have always been somewhat politically engaged. I strongly encourage people of my age and generation to have a say and to vote, and to involve themselves in what’s going on in the world, because they are living in it. I’ve always been like that but I keep it to myself. It’s safer that way."
"I’m doing a film with Mel Gibson. I’m going to direct it, and I’m calling it ‘Skinheads’ and we’re going to open in Haifa and then go on to Berlin and Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. It should be wonderful. It’s an exciting idea."
"Okay, let’s shoot this please," shouted the director. Our faces were very close, ready to embrace. Our eyes sparkled with manufactured love. "I can turn a gay man straight in five minutes!" "Two bells!" shouted an assistant. Our lips were nearly touching. Our groins locked. "How long does it take you to turn a straight man gay?" I whispered. "Silence on the set," shouted another assistant. "About ten seconds in some cases," murmured Sharon. "And . . . action!" said the director.
â€”Rupert Everett, on shooting a sex scene with Sharon Stone in Marek Kanievska‘s little-seen (and straight-to-vid in the US) 2004 film "A Different Loyalty," via the Daily News, which is printing excerpts from the actor’s eventually upcoming autobiography. We like Everett quite a bit, but we did feel like washing our eyes out with acid after the bit about Paula Yates.
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+ Lewis Attacks Gibson (WENN)
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+ Rupert Everett: My life with the divas (Daily Mail)