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“And it is going to be as good or better, and as innovative, as it is now.” The actor, who will appear later this year in “The Founder” as Mc Donald’s-creator Ray Kroc, said he once spent time on a Trans-Atlantic flight with Prince.“He did it how he wanted to do it, but it never appeared arrogant, to me anyway,” Keaton said.
, starring Janelle Monae, Octavia Spencer, and Taraji P. Yet, both NBC's Jenna Bush Hager and Michael Keaton made the awkward flub; the first during her debut stint reporting the Golden Globes red carpet, while attempting to ask Pharrell Williams about his best original score nomination for ; with his reaction to the misnaming of the movie hilariously, and rather gloriously, restrained.Michael Keaton may forever be associated with Prince in some fans’ minds because the movie star and the pop star both worked on 1989’s “Batman” — the actor starring as the caped crusader and the musician performing the song “Batdance,” which became a No. But that association meant less to Keaton than his pure admiration for Prince at the time of the pop star’s death Thursday.“I put him up there with Duke Ellington, Stevie Wonder, Miles [Davis] among the true greats,” said Keaton. He had what seemed like centuries of being great.” Keaton said he was in his car in his driveway in Los Angeles when he heard the news on the radio of a body being discovered at Prince’s Minneapolis home. I call Larry David, who cast Keaton in the recent HBO movie as a demented stump puller. "I met him standing on line at Catch a Rising Star in 1974. Then I saw him here and there doing stand-up for a couple of years, and then he just wasn't around. Over the years, I think, people—actors, writers, whatever—lose their frame of reference. Everything becomes, you know, the work of somebody who did that before. The shop door opens, two women and a man enter, order. She would just go, 'Now, you boys take good care of our house while we're gone! Two worlds, each very real, very true, smashed up against each other."And recently I started thinking about how old they were when they were doing this.
So when we did these fights, they had to be true for me. We have to hit each other—I won't hurt you, you won't hurt me, but we gotta make contact, you know? I mean, they're smacking each other with planks of wood, gouging each other's eyes right in front of this proper woman, and she would just ignore them. Each walk is like a separate day in Montana."I like the mismatched quality of them.
Michael says to put him at the [redacted] Hotel because it's a better place for them to do things, and MK will have to go into town at some point during Tom's visit to do things he has to do. But if Tom can land in Montana on Thursday he can see MK on Friday and maybe they will also do something on Saturday. For you, and for the story." Michael Keaton speaks like a lot of water going over a cliff.
Ideally if Tom could leave tomorrow and see MK on Thursday that would be great but we know that's not optimal on the travel itinerary. Before I can answer: "I'm coming into town and I don't know what your plans are, but if you want to meet for lunch we can—we can do that. I'm coming in now, but that's for something else, some things I want to get. If you can ." On the forty-minute drive from his ranch, he calls three more times, leaves voice mails, all of them inaudible.13. Keaton is already there, slim, limber, just the least little bit jumpy, sitting at a café table, drinking coffee, in a hunting jacket, blue jeans, some kind of plaid shirt, and a ball cap, walking boots, talking to a local. It always worked better when a guy looked sweaty and smelly, I hadda believe, I hadda believe that."The phone rings."Hello?
“He seemed to have this beautiful, cool, elusive image. And, if he did use it to market himself, he did that better than anyone else, too.” The two did not work directly together on the Tim Burton-directed “Batman.” But the “Birdman” actor said he appreciated Prince before and after the making of the film.
He admired the fact that Prince always worked out of his home base.
I'm going to get that for you."About the Comanches: "Comanches were badasses.