Many times, I remember being down in the dumps and then I saw a movie that took me away for a few hours and I was completely restored.
And I realized, oddly enough, that actors make a contribution to people’s lives, giving us a gift that you can’t buy.
Something that they can imbue with power and beauty and magnificence. Something beyond themselves and we do need that.
Acting is just making stuff up, but that’s okay.
Life is a rehearsal, life is an improvisation.
I’m gonna have a special microphone placed in my coffin, so that when I wake up in there, six feet under the ground, I’m gonna say: “Do it differently.”
SO YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT JOSEPH FIENNES IS GOING TO BE PLAYING THE KING OF POP MICHAEL JACKSON IN A MOVIE????????? SOMEONE WHO SAID -RIGHT BEFORE HE DIED- THAT HE WANTED NO WHITE ACTOR TO PLAY HIM BECAUSE HE IS AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALE WITH A SKIN CONDITION?????????
I KNEW ONE OF THESE DAYS THEY WERE GOING TO TRY AND DO MY MAN DIRTY AGAIN AFTER HIS DEATH LIKE THIS IS BORDERLINE JUST AS BAD AS THAT ABOMINATION OF A MOVIE THAT THEY DID WITH FLEX ALEXANDER AS MJ
A lot of people wondered what the brothers think about a White actor playing Michael, for Marlon it’s simple, there is Only One Michael so no matter the actor, no one can ever replace him, be like him or pretend to be him, in any movie whatsoever…
so go ahead make movies with “Michael” in them, make any actor play Michael, we all know it will never be the real Michael so these movies will just never be accurate…
“In all the darkness, through all the lies, all the fears, there can sometimes be one person who understands and loves you. Who knows what a loser you are; how many failures you’ve attended. Who always shows up. For me, it was Wally. Everything else was a fantasy, a drug. Wally was real. Wally was flesh. And there for me.”–Marlon Brando on Wally Cox/ From “Come Up A Man”