Simon Brew 27 Feb 2014 - 05:44
In the first of a two part look back at his career, James Woods
chats to us about family, Scorsese, Stone, Leone and more...
It took a false start or two before we finally got James Woods
on the end of the phone. There was no agent connecting us, no middle person to monitor what we were saying. Just a problem with a charging cable, oddly enough.
When we were connected, we launched into an interview that was intended to last 15 minutes, but as it turned out, it passed the hour mark. And heck, we got through a lot: so much, that we've split this interview into two articles. A genuinely fascinating man.
Regular readers will know that we've been long-time fans of James Woods
- as highlighted by our look at some of his least appreciated films, here - and as our conversation started,