Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, August 1994


ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
MOVIELINE
August 1994

FEATURES

David Does Damon
David Alan Grier and Damon Wayans, who first reached fame as the outrageous "Men on Film" on TV's "In Living Color," now co-star in Blankman, a movie Wayans co-wrote. Movieline asked Grier to interview Wayans, but it didn't turn out that way . . .

The 8 Million Dollar Man
You've heard of Jean-Claude Van Damme, but have you ever seen one of his movies? While you've been renting Anthony Hopkins/Emma Thompson films, he's been moving up the action-star food chain. Here he talks about the size of his salary, his feet, and his manhood, while offering career advice for Steven Seagal and Sylvester Stallone.

Dana-matrix
For her starring role in Garry Marshall's upcoming film version of Anne Rice's S&M love story Exit to Eden, Dana Delany had to learn the tricks of the dominatrix trade. Here she reveals how she learned to handle a whip and what it's like filming in the nude, and she explains what the hell a "jade stalk" is.

All O'Shore
Taking a break from "living the fast life," Pauly Shore conducts a tour of his haunted Hollywood Hills home, reveals how he lost his virginity, and explains that, basically, he's just "trash."

Mr. Red
Writer/director Quentin Tarantino never went to film school, never even finished high school. That may be why Reservoir Dogs and True Romance were so much fun. Of course, they were also violent enough to make Janet Reno's hair curl. Now come Pulp Fiction and Natural Born Killers.

At Home With a Speed Queen
Sandra Bullock, Keanu Reeves's spunky impromptu bus driver in Speed, invites our reporter home for a friendly afternoon sugar high.



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