Thought for the day :"It's not that I'm afraid to die, I just don't want to be there when it happens."
A few film thoughts I found today .... not all things are scripted - these are some that came from the actors doing something unexpected..
Midnight Cowboy (1969). As Dustin Hoffman is walking down the street
with Jon Voight’s character, Joe Buck, a yellow cab nearly runs him over
which leads Hoffman to bash on the hood and shout “I’m walking here!”
before retorting to his on-screen partner, “Actually, that ain’t a bad
way to pick up insurance y’know,” all in his unique New York parlance.
Apparently a taxi driver ignored the closed set and drove through,
causing Hoffman to famously react off the top of his head. As well,
Hoffman kept pebbles in his shoe as a trick to ensure his limp would be
consistent from shot to shot.