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Simmons is the obvious choice for Max. And he's bald! Though Close is saying more details this time around, she has said things about this possible film adaptation for years. Everything you said I absolutely agree with.
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If Close wins the Oscar this year, that could also elevate the film. Re: her age, I don't think it's that big a deal.
She's 71, but she doesn't look it. Her being a little older actually raises the stakes of her "comeback. And I stand by my J.
Simmons as Max suggestion. The situation reminds me a lot of Chita who used to say all the time for years and years that "The Visit" was coming next season, next season, next season. It never happened and it all seemed like a little sad pipe dream Dreams do come true. I hope it happens. Tag said: " Close's win last night probably makes this more probable. Not a Golden Globe win. Are the film rights to Sunset Boulevard not owned by Paramount Studios? They own the rights to the original Billy Wilder film noir classic.
I remember ALWebber saying in the past that they needed to secure the agreement of Paramount to get the film adaptation going. So, maybe given the success of Greatest Showman and other recent musicals, he would be more supportive of the genre, even if in the past it was considered on the risky side.
Will Paramount have the final say in the major casting, if they produce and distribute the movie musical? Just as Universal with whom Working Title had a work deal approved the final casting of Les Miserables. Re the casting -- If Glenn who is 71 is cast, having a male lead in their early 30's might be too weird an age gap for there to be some credibility. Joe Gillis was not a young male ingenue blinded by the glamour of a faded movie star. He was a down-and-out screenwriter who knew his way around Hollywood and formed the liaison with Norma with his eyes wide open.
Joe was also a strong personality to give the relationship a little less one-sided. Maybe if they cast Glenn, keeping a year-ish gap might give the pairing more credibility? Also, is Glenn Close still a major box office draw? Maybe they will need to cast someone who can add or even provide the major box office pull? Also, if they follow the sung-through format the lyrics are very close to the actual dialogue of the Wilder movie , they will need to cast strong singing actors who can do the job! I cringe at many aspects of this musical, but watching Glenn Close desperately trying to molest this guy on stage was very uncormfortale to watch in a good way.
I think the audience accepting the notion that "Norma could be Joe's mother" is rather a different story from "Norma could be Joe's grandmother". Someone mentioned Jake Gyllenhaal. Given Ms. Close's actual age at this point, I think he would be perfect. Yes I take your point. Also, I must say that on stage even last year I thought Glenn Close did read about I realise that when she is ready for her filmed "closeup" the years won't be so kind.
It's obviously not going to be a rehash of the musical or the original Billy Wilder film on screen. Leaving aside any reservations about an older Norma that we might or might not have, we start with a foundation of Glenn Close as Norma. With that in mind, might not a more mature Joe than usual make sense? I think it sort of helps that Glenn Close sort of looks the same in the past 20 or so years albeit those close-ups will show it all.
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What about Bob Gunton, the original American Peron? Wasn't he a lead in a pretty popular TV show not that long ago? And that's probably the right vocal range for Max. The tenants of Weston Pipers are horrified to discover that one among them, the reclusive Miss Minnie, has been elaborately and violently murdered, and that their young landlord, Chelion Piper, is the chief suspect.
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Bradley, Feb 23, Roz Radmore rated it really liked it. Yet another classic from this author! When Miss Minnie is discovered dead in an elaborate murder the residents of Weston Pipers are appalled to find that their young landlord is down as the chief suspect. He is advised to write down his version of the truth for Dame Beatrice Bradley.
If anyone can solve this she can. The noted criminologist and psychologist gets to work. Along the way she stiprs up a whole nest of vipers before the truth can be discovered.
I find it really hard to rate this one. A lot of my discontent with the story might just be that after a mostly sympathetic portrayal of Billie, Mitchell makes her the murderer at the end. Then again, being a Mitchell murderer is something of a complime 3. Then again, being a Mitchell murderer is something of a compliment! After all, Mrs. Bradley herself has no qualms at eliminating people, and she and Laura roundly approve of her actions.
She is allowed to get off scot-free for her crime, though not allowed to live happily with the woman she loves. I'm sorry, Golden Age authors, but that is the one shock technique that never works for you. Jeanette rated it liked it Feb 08, Nick Fuller rated it really liked it Jun 01, Iris rated it really liked it Mar 08, Arabis rated it liked it Sep 11, V J Smith rated it really liked it Jul 27, Marylou rated it really liked it Dec 16, Ian rated it it was amazing Jun 30, Angela rated it liked it Apr 26, Rosemary Wood rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Erik rated it really liked it Aug 01,