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Post by benex on Fri 09 Oct 2020, 00:07

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Post by Lilia on Sun 11 Oct 2020, 12:28

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Here’s the whole video Smile

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Post by annemarie on Sun 11 Oct 2020, 14:54

Thank you Lillia.

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Post by Admin on Mon 12 Oct 2020, 11:08



George Clooney said he was originally supposed to sing “Man of Constant Sorrow.” After his first studio session, the team decided to have him pretend instead.

“They assumed I could sing because my aunt was Rosemary Clooney, and I assumed I could sing. It literally sounds like a cat caught in the wheel well of a truck driving down the street,” he said. “Then they brought in Dan Tyminski and he sang it for me. It was pretty humiliating.”

Clooney spoke on the song from “in “O Brother, Where Art Thou” during a cast reunion for the Nashville Film Festival to celebrate the 20th anniversary, which is fast approaching. He was joined by fellow cast members John Turturro and Tim Blake Nelson, moderated by Variety’s Steven Gaydos.

During the conversation, they also discussed what it was like being asked to join the Ethan and Joel Cohen film and the film’s lasting impact. The musical comedy, which won the album of the year Grammy in 2002, helped increase attention for bluegrass and Americana music.

But its impact was not just cultural, as the actors themselves shared what made the film so important to them. The three actors said that despite initially poor reviews by critics, the successful film continues to grow on them over time.

“A career doesn’t happen because of one move, but often there’s one moment, one project that sort of shift everything. I’m incredibly grateful to these two guys … because of the trio that we got to form, and because I was allowed to be a part of it.”
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Post by Way2Old4Dis on Wed 14 Oct 2020, 00:47

I considered re-watching this just to see if I still don't like it. But nah.

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Post by LizzyNY on Wed 14 Oct 2020, 02:17

Way2Old - I don't know if I'd list it as one of my favorites, but there are things about it that I love ... especially thinking your pal was turned into a toad and carrying it around in a box! Very Happy The whole segment with the "sirens" is really well done, and the klan meeting is a hoot. I thought there were really good performances by pretty much everyone in the cast.

What don't you like about it?
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