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, the latest screen version chronicling the life and crimes of America’s most infamous outlaws, has the type of illustrious screen forebearer that could so easily have rendered it a hostage to fortune.Arthur Penn’s 1967 film transcended the status of a mere movie to become a youth cultural movement making stars of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.”As with the 1967 film, which also featured Gene Hackman and Estelle Parsons, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar, the new features a strong supporting cast.William Hurt is law enforcer Frank Hamer while Holly Hunter- Hurt’s co-star from Broadcast News- plays Bonnie’s mother. Times change fast, especially if you have September 11 along the way and the 2008 meltdown. It’s so different…what I see is a very blunt morality tale."I see a story fairly directly told with new elements in it that the old one certainly didn’t have at all, like that the whole story between them [Bonnie and Clyde] was previewed between character and destiny.She’s both a volcanic and vulnerable Bonnie- at one point bursting into a journalist’s home to demand she gets written about- and certainly better than Miley Cyrus, an unlikely early frontrunner for the part.
I think people will identify with Bonnie and Clyde in a really sick way.”Grainger concurs, reckoning that the combination of her creativity and self-absorption would have seen Bonnie Parker a cyberspace natural today.
“I was apprehensive but when I called back, they said, ‘We’ve changed our minds.
We don’t want her.’The director was initially reluctant to take on the project.
The actor welcomed his first son, Valor, with a former girlfriend last Sunday at a Florida hospital.
A sweet snap showing the new dad cradling his newborn son popped up today.