Former staff photographer for Look Magazine.
3 Biographical Movies |
38 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
6 Interviews |
53 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
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[on why he chose Shelley Duvall
for The Shining
(1980)] I had seen all of her films and greatly admired her work. I think she brought an instantly believable characterization to her part. The wonderful thing about Shelley is her eccentric quality. The way she talks, the way she moves, the way her nervous system is put together. Shelley seemed to be exactly the kind of woman who would marry someone...
He wanted to make a film based on Umberto Eco
's novel "Foucault's Pendulum" which appeared in 1988. Unfortunately, Eco refused, as he was dissatisfied with the filming of his earlier novel The Name of the Rose
(1986) and also because Kubrick wasn't willing to let him write the screenplay himself.
Involves his wives in his movies. His first wife, Toba Etta Metz Kubrick, was the dialogue director for Stanley's first feature film Fear and Desire
(1953). His second wife, Ruth Sobotka Kubrick, was in The Killer's Kiss
(1955) as a ballet dancer named Iris in a short sequence for which she also did the choreography. Kubrick's third, and final, wife, Christiane Harlan Kubrick, appeared (as ...