Actors have feelings too.
So I guess we can close the case on that one.
[BREATHES SIGH OF RELIEF]
Judges always go lightly on anyone that says, "Now if you'll excuse me, Your Honor, I have a movie to go make."
So I guess you can say this scene got "green lighted".
That paramedic probably still talks about it All. The. Time.
I don't understand why we are just learning about this here and not from the roll of the end credits.
The dude working at that Taco Bell also still talks about that day Michael Madsen drove thru with some actor in the trunk.
Movie goers were still charged full price for popcorn.
My guess is that James Wood has a few stories like this.
Don't try this at your own job interviews.
And that is how you make movie magic!
And now I am totally craving a $5 milkshake.
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Why was he not driving a Lincoln in real life?
This seems like perfectly acceptable behavior for a actor.
That scene did seem a bit "reaching" now that you mention it.
The clothing in Reservoir dogs was definitely very authentic looking. Many Low-Budget films make money and are great films.
Well now the movie is 10X darker!
That is just a nice scene all casting directors say before they check their phone while you audition.