(Laughs) And so, I, I found them hard to watch growing up. And I would, I’m not sure that that is technically a horror film, but it’s certainly a terrifying movie. (Rachel laughs) I just really don’t feel that different. Ben Stiller (laughs) was like “I told you.” He’s like “I knew it, man. (all laugh) C: Well, on that note, congratulations on the film.
And I think that in terms of like, understanding & trying to figure out how fear is, is created by moving images and story, that’s as good an example as any, to look to. I mean, I’m hon- I’m being hon- if I’m being honest with you. Saw the movie this summer in Forest Greenes, I knew it was a great movie. BG: Yeah, def- C: And I’ll tell Paul Dano that you say hello.
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In this TV scene, Cher even tries to defend herself to Josh by pointing out how she has "donated many cute Italian outfits to the Goodwill." ONLY REAL CHER IS ALLOWED TO DO THIS AND ONLY TO HER MAID LUCY.
C: And you’ve got a great cast: Tricia Helfer, Brian Geraghty, your sister Anna Paquin & also Stephen Moyer, your future brother-in-law. C: What were you most concerned with, as a 1st time director working with a great cast like that? So, Steve was kind enough to be in the movie & that was really, that was really the only role that, that made sense for him to play. Now you used to work in development, as well (at Warner Bros) AP: Yeah. C: Where you go “my god, just a couple years ago, I was doing theater in New York” – BG: Yeah. God there were so many, you know, there were so many instances like that, that- Forest Whitaker said “hey, congratulations” like out of the blue.
AP: I think the thing that, I think you realize pretty quickly when you’re working with good actors is that they listen. I mean so, and there’s also not that many parts in the movie. So, you know, it’s just, you know, it’s acting, isn’t it. C: And a lot of people who go to Collider are future filmmakers- AP: Right. What’s the biggest mistake that you saw consistently when you were in development on scripts that you’d see coming in. Like people like that would come up, you know and talk to you.
“You Me Her” was created and written by executive producer/showrunner John Scott Shepherd.Even though as a writer, you might be thinking about all these issues and themes that this particular moment or scene is supposed to kind of, represent and capture and symbolize and all these things, but all you really need is a very simple action or objective and so just kind of crystallizing things down to their essence was something I learned kind of just by doing it. Unfortunately, there are a lot of great scripts that deserve to be movies who just at that particular time aren’t perceived to have an audience. But it’s- C: There’s nothing that those writers could’ve done to get it, to skew it back. You know, I think right now, it’s tough to get a drama made. AP: The only thing you can really do, if you’ve got a great script that is in a genre that’s perceived to be tough to get made is attach great actors. And just try and, try and get someone who’s, who’s a really good actor who has some kind of name recognition attached to your project. Silverstone's character was credited with making Jeep Wranglers, beepers, depositions and pleated skirts paired with knee-high socks cool. So to have such an extraordinary group of people, and to have everybody be young, and have so much fun, it was amazing."The successful film also spawned a TV show that lasted three seasons.Not to mention dating that super-cute ex-stepbrother. Especially when I pushed [the character Elton] off [of me at a house party]. (Araya Diaz / Wire Image)"[Heckerling] had such a clear vision and she was able to translate it to us perfectly," Dash said."Just as everyone said, it was such a magical experience," added Donovan, 43, a.k.a. Silverstone opted out of the project, which starred Rachel Blanchard as Cher and included Dash, Donovan and Faison reprising their roles.
Alta Loma Entertainment’s Peter Jaysen and Alan Gasmer also executive produce.