Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, November 1993


ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
MOVIELINE
November 1993

FEATURES

Keeping Up With the Addamses
Paul Rudnick, the openly gay writer who penned the script of Addams Family Values, lives in John Barrymore's Greenwich Village flat. He's one of the funniest gag men we've got, as he demonstrates in a conversation that ranges from whether he's glad he took his name off Sister Act to homophobia in Hollywood.

Don't Try This at Home: The Sequel
Can the schemes and incidents Hollywood blithely depicts in the movies actually be recreated in real life? Joe Queenan risks his life to prove, once again, the answer is: NO!

Danny Elfman's Nightmare
As Hollywood's hottest film composer readies his most personal project, the upcoming animated musical Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, he lets fly on everything from the rumors that he doesn't compose his own scores to what's wrong with cramming pop tunes into movies.

Innocent Abroad
Chris O'Donnell, the fair-haired star of Scent of a Woman, spent months working with Kiefer Sutherland and Charlie Sheen and still seems like a sweet kid from the Midwest.

Funny Face
Though she's certain she's not a good interview subject, Bridget Fonda talks about everything you could hope for, from doing drugs and shooting nude scenes to growing up a Fonda and falling in love with Eric Stoltz. But whatever you do, don't call her a "hot" actress!

Banderas on the Run
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas, star of many a film by Pedro Almodovar, has broken camp and taken up English with showy parts in Philadelphia, The House of the Spirits, and the upcoming Interview With the Vampire.

DEPARTMENTS

Wednesday's Child
I'm one of those people who has to take a big pill and go to bed at hte very sight of an Olsen twin...



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