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“I dramatically narrate these eight different books as the images from the stories are projected behind me,” he says.
“That lasts for one hour.” After the dramatic narration, called , and the feature film, comes a question-and-answer period, “which is one and a half hours.” He adds, “So actually the question-and-answer period is longer than the film itself.”The question-and-answer session is in some ways the most important part of the whole show, “because the films themselves are designed to bring up questions, and they do. I’ve always had an agent for acting—and just an agent. For my shows, I personally book the shows and I do, you know, everything. It’s described on your website as a one-hour dramatic narration of eight different “profusely illustrated books.” You began making these books a long time ago, and they’re very painstakingly constructed books, I understand. I was at an acting class called the Loft Studio when I was 19, and it was on La Brea.
One of the most legendary stories of the now-iconic blockbuster, and perhaps one of the biggest what-ifs in the history of mainstream cinema, is obviously the chronicle of Eric Stoltz and the movies casting. Fox ultimately went on to play the seminal role of Marty Mc Fly, it was then up-and-comer Stoltz who was originally cast in the lead part.But it was not the right movie to behave like that. They went to then-Universal head Sid Sheinberg asking if they could replace the actor with Michael J. Sheinberg agreed to let them fire the actor, but not right away.So the actor was forced to slug away at it for several weeks unaware that he was eventually getting kicked to the curb.The excerpt says, “Stoltz adhered to his method acting instruction and refused to answer to his real name, to the frustration and eye-rolls of many on the crew.” “We almost always called him Marty,” ‘BTTF’ producer/co-writer Bob Gale said.“We thought it was silly, but we figured if it helped him do his job, it was harmless.