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Taking on a classic is a gutsy move, even for an award-winning filmmaker. And when director Kimberly Peirce signed on to re-imagine Stephen King's horror classic "Carrie," about a teenage girl with telekinetic powers hellbent on revenge, she knew she had some sky-high expectations to meet.
"I'd make a joke and say, 'I didn't give a f*ck,' but of course I felt pressure!" she told us recently while doing press for "Carrie." "But I think pressure is good."
All that pressure had Peirce thinking long and hard about what it would mean to sign on to a project of this scale, with its history and existing fan base. Having made just one film, 2008's "Stop-Loss," since her 1999 directorial debut, "Boys Don't Cry," it's clear, as a filmmaker, she doesn't make decisions lightly.
"I walked into this feeling a huge responsibility, much like I did with 'Boys Don't Cry »
- Tim Hayne
Would dating Jar Jar Binks constitute a charitable contribution deduction? That's gotta be just as good as donating a car to Make-a-Wish foundation, right? Well, whomever the single gal in this video is, she ain't having none of that. Isa says: Jar Jar Binks is going end up very lonely The Epic Conclusion to the Speed Dating Trilogy is bigger and better than its predecessors...Star Wars Style! Take a trip to the Mos Eisley Cantina and drop in on a speed dating event with some of your favorite characters. Who would you take home? Darth Vader? Luke Skywalker? Emperor Palpatine? Even Jar Jar Binks...sort of. Star Wars Speed Dating - directed and produced by Tom Grey. Written by: Tom Grey, Ben Gigli and Brett Houston. Daniel Kenji Levin is the director of photography. Wardrobe created by Manzi DeYoung and hair & makeup by Andrea Burish. Megan Burns is the »
2 items from 2013
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