Thompson on Hollywood!
Red Carpets, Red Tape
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Pretty Pictures
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Loud Speaker
"I feel out of place here, I feel like I'm in Spike Lee's house telling him how to redecorate. And so I decided not to do it," Schrader said of his script he hopes Moss will direct.
The Oscar-winner edited Fox's archives, film clips, book audio, interviews, and re-enactments to show the star's '80s rise to fame and struggle with Parkinson's Disease.
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