In the s Marlon Brando made a prediction: he believed that in the future actors would become obsolete, replaced with digital avatars. Digitized and reconstituted, Brando imagined actors would have a voice and life beyond themselves. He even had his head scanned and mapped onto a computer at one point by friend and visual effects pioneer Scott Billups, recording facial expressions so as to be replicated in the digital age. Brando's prediction was at least partly correct.
In the mood: Actor Marlon Brando poses for a portrait circa Marlon Brando spent hundreds of hours over the course of his life recording himself and his own musings. Not Brando. He used cue-cards Brando was a two-time Academy Award winner and eight-time nominee, but he never once learned his lines. Once on the set of The Godfather , he was asked why. That was that. It had been stolen, though up until that point, he had only been using it as a doorstop.
Like Cameron Diaz, Bullock waited until she reached her forties to strip for the camera — in the comedy "The Proposal. In an interview with Us magazine, she recalled thinking: "OK, there is no way to shoot this unless you are buck naked. After her provocative leg-crossing scene in the thriller "Basic Instinct," there was no way Stone could demur from shedding her clothes in "Basic Instinct 2," even though the sequel was made 14 years later.
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