“The worst case scenario would be someone that didn’t speak the language, so we couldn’t really tell what they were doing. But immediately the locks go down. And it smells. We ride one block, and they turn around and blow both our heads off.”
Needless to say, this scenario didn’t play out when I went hitchhiking with John Waters in NYC.
Kurt Cobain, Elvis, Tupac, John Lennon and more dead celebs shill beer in this ad of questionable taste.
Every day in my life, a couple of people who want to be Kurt Cobain [in the biopic] think that the writer would have some say in the casting. The truth is, after it’s optioned, the writer has very little control over anything involving people. They have consulted me because they want the writer to be happy with the finished project, especially if he’s talking to the press, but it’s still so premature that they’re not casting Kurt Cobain right now, I can tell you that.
I interviewed some young up-and-comers—Sky Ferreira, Gia Coppola and Ansel Elgort—for the spring fashion package in the new issue of Rolling Stone.
Meet the stars of the upcoming conspiracy-minded docudrama Soaked in Bleach, whose Facebook page promises it will tell the "truth about the final days of Kurt Cobain’s life." Tyler Bryan (Shark Night 3D) plays Kurt, and Sarah Scott (The Artist) is Courtney.
Check out the rest of the cast at IMDb. (H/T Seattle Weekly)