Season 4 Episode 8

Edward Norton / Emilio Estevez

Aired Sunday 11:00 AM Nov 19, 2006 on SnagFilms
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Edward Norton / Emilio Estevez
Edward Norton talks about "The Painted Veil" and the rest of his oeuvre.

Emilio Estevez, writer/director of "Bobby", stops by to discuss his film.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Emilio Estevez states (and the hosts seem to agree) that John Hughes' last directorial effort was 1987's Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

        But, actually, Hughes' last film was Curly Sue from 1991 and he has since then been an active writer/producer.

      • This is Ed Norton's second appearance on the show - he was also in the inuagural episode.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Edward Norton: A lot of us have talked to the Academy, the producers of the (Oscars) show about this but, I think they're actually gonna scuttle the giftbaskets and that kind of stuff which I think is a great thing. The giftbasket is worth amounts of money that, literally, a low-income family could live on for a year and people who have so much already and when it gets out in the press and you sit there going this isn't, this is an embarassment, this isn't what we're supposed to be about. Maybe, make it if the Academy Awards producers have the Awards show makes a $10,000 donation for everyone who wins an Academy Award to the charity of their choice. Don't give them giftbaskets - I don't think it reflects well on us.

      • Edward Norton: Sometimes I'm stunned by the amount of product coming out. I think that the business is shooting itself in the foot by cranking out as much as we crank out. Especially this time of the year, it's just a bloodbath. What has evolved in terms of this orgy of self-congratulations at the end of the year. Everybody's willingess to schlep out for every single know..I mean it's like half the best film-makers in the world are showing up for the Busta Brown film awards now. You know what I mean and it's gotta stop. We've debased the integrity and specialness of the Academy Awards, which is the true compliment within the industry among peers.

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