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Break out your fishnets and pink rubber gloves…and let’s do the Time Warp again!
The Rocky Horror Picture Show premiered in London, England, on August 14, 1975.
Tim Curry has always kept his private life -- private.
He has been seen at many events with his voiceover agent, Marcia Hurwitz, in the past few years. Hurwitz is a married woman; and certainly, her appearing with Mr. no kissing or overtly romantic gestures on either part.
Scott had to crash through the wall to make his entrance. Steve Martin auditioned to play Brad, but was passed over for Barry Bostwick, who had received a Tony nomination in 1972 for creating the role of Danny Zuko in 18. Watch the "floor show" scene carefully: She steps on Bostwick’s foot with her heel, visibly hurting him. Only Tim Curry and Richard O’Brien knew Eddie’s remains were under the table during the dinner scene—when the body is revealed, the looks of horror on the actors' faces were real. Pierre La Roche, who did makeup for Mick Jagger and created David Bowie’s iconic Ziggy Stardust makeup, created Dr.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger asked to play Frank-N-Furter in the film. Frank-N-Furter’s look—but it took him so long to apply the makeup (four hours), Curry ended up doing it himself. According to Richard O’Brien, Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick “were actually an item” during filming.
The news was met by understandable criticism from the camp classic’s die-hard fans—how dare they remake the the 40-year-old midnight-movie mainstay. Laverne Cox Has Been Training for This Project Most of Her Life Although the star was not present for the panel, Ortega revealed how deeply the actress felt about playing Dr. A degree in dance from a major university, acting her heart out in New York and studying for over 15 years. An enthusiasm and an incredible respect for this film. She was the person who gave us reason, really, to make this movie.”But Why Another Remake? And for me it was an opportunity to jump in the [project] with some fantastic people and have our way with it.”Victoria Justice Was in Dress Rehearsals for This Project Eight Years Ago“I saw it for the first time when I was in fifth grade,” the actress told reporters.
But on Monday, during Fox’s semi-annual presentation to the Television Critics Association in Los Angeles, original cast member Tim Curry told press that he gives the reboot, which stars Laverne Cox in his iconic role as Dr. Frank-N-Furter.“A trans woman wanted to play this role ever since she was a little child, which we discovered when [Cox] came in to do her screen test—which, according to Fox, was one of the greatest screen tests they had ever [encountered],” Ortega said. Walking in and bringing something to the room that made us all realize there was no B plan—that if we could land this person in this role, that she would have so much to give to this. A critic bluntly asked this question—a fair query given the number of shameless Hollywood reboots polluting the big and small screens these days. “Then I went to my first midnight showing when I was 15 with my mom and a couple friends and their moms.
's Fox remake is bringing back the original movie and musical's biggest breakout star: Tim Curry. For the two-hour production set to air on Fox this fall, Curry will instead tackle the part of the criminologist narrator, played by Charles Gray in the original film.
Frank-N-Furter, his unconditional endorsement.“I’ll never forget the first day of rehearsal,” said the reboot’s director, executive producer, and choreographer Kenny Ortega. “I remembered quite a lot of the original film because it was my first movie. Justice, the 23-year-old actress who starred in children’s television shows to a generation who probably wouldn’t have been exposed to it otherwise. The first time I saw it, I never saw anything like it in my life. Kind Of Producers confirmed that one new song was filmed and will be featured on a DVD released a month after the show’s premiere.
“Laverne was standing at the piano getting ready to sing ‘Sweet Transvestite’ for the first time. And when she finished [singing], the first voice that came up was, ‘Brava,’ from Tim Curry. So the fact that it’s going to be airing on TV to the masses is something that is so cool—because now a new generation will be able to sing along to ‘The Time Warp’ and they’re going to be familiar with these characters and inspired by them in many different ways. Frank-N-Furter is a reflection of where we are as a society.”“I think it’s getting an incredible cast, all of whom are triple threats,” added Ortega. I loved the music, the campiness, and the color, the characters, what the whole story meant. So when I went to my first midnight showing I remember wearing my fishnets, my feather boa, my lipstick. Lou Adler, whose son Cisco is helping with the production’s music, said that original tracks will be updated slightly with samples to make them sound more contemporary.
Reeve Carney of will portray Riff Raff, a role originated by Richard O' Brien, who also wrote the music, lyrics and book for the musical.
Last year, the film celebrated its 40th anniversary.