Posted on Friday, June 10th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Warren Beatty‘s 1990 film Dick Tracy opened the Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival Thursday night and the legendary actor and director showed up to talk about it. Beatty did a thought-provoking and hilariously candid, but also sometimes guarded, 90 minute Q&A. Here’s a small example:
I always think of making a movie like vomiting. I don’t like to vomit. But I get to a point sometimes where I think, ‘Okay, I better go ahead and do this and I’ll feel better.’ When I finally get around to making a movie, that’s why. I think I’ll feel better if I make this movie.
To that statement, it seems safe to say that, ladies and gentleman, Warren Beatty isn’t feeling well.
When once again asked about with the possibility of a making a sequel to Dick Tracy, the actor, who last appeared in front of the camera in 2001’s Town and Country and behind the camera in 1998’s Bulworth, said “I’m gonna make another one.” That long rumored Dick Tracy 2 might be on the way. Read More »