From the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Princess Bride (he also wrote the novel), and the bestselling author of Adventures in the Screen Trade comes a garrulous new book that is as much a screenwriting how-to (and how-not-to) manual as it is a feast of insider information. If you want to know why a no-name like Kathy Bates was cast in Misery-it's in here. Or why Linda Hunt's brilliant work in Maverick didn't make the final cut-William Goldman gives you the straight truth. Why Clint Eastwood loves working with Gene Hackman and how MTV has changed movies for the worse-William Goldman, one of the most successful screenwriters in Hollywood today, tells all he knows. Devastatingly eye-opening and endlessly entertaining, Which Lie Did I Tell? is indispensable reading for anyone even slightly intrigued by the process of how a movie gets made. From the Trade Paperback edition.Belsensupposedly said three words that changed everything: aMake Rodney rich. a Thata#39;s good doctoring. ... The big thingI did was ... Ifyou lookatthe movie today I dona#39;t think you can imagine it withthe mom already among the departed. Twins took incloseto aquarter of a billion dollars worldwide at the box office. Allowing for anbsp;...
|Title||:||Which Lie Did I Tell?|
|Publisher||:||Vintage - 2013-12-18|