Star Crossed Lovers
Anyway just had a inquiry from the press, can't say who just yet
but let's just say an important voice in the entertainment industry.
His sources say that Suzanne and
Gary have actually worked together
before. In fact they tell him that they'd been involved in some
theatre work in the Midlands a couple of years ago and had a fling! I
had no idea.
So what do I tell him? Do we get better mileage out of it being
true or false? And if anyone does know what happened, I, for one, am just dying to
||Suzanne said they did work together but that
was all. I thought I detected a blush but they've been very
professional in rehearsal. No sign of anything yet, though the love
scenes are yet to come.
||So no truth that Gary was the one that
suggested her for the part?
||Alan somehow heard about this thread and
wants it stated as public knowledge that he was the one who
'discovered' Suzanne and that it was his decision alone to hire her for
this part. One which he feels will make her a leading figure in
heard from a friend of a friend who knew someone in props at the
Solihull Pavilion that a young Suzanne Toussand not only worked with
Gary but that they had a rather passionate thing going and that she
still carries a flame. Did some production together where he couldn't
keep his trousers on. Evidently he called it off when he went to
London to work on "George." We'll have to see if those love
scenes bring anything out - wonder if she still wants to use the body
||I must say this is all very exciting, but
what do I tell the press?
emphatically and then I'll contact them anonymously and pass on the
name of my friend's friend in props. Then we can deny it again and get
some more mileage out of it. Can we get some early shots of them
embracing in 'Taxi' for release?
considering removing the love scenes at this point. For him the arc of
the story is Loretta's passage to maturity and self-knowledge. He
thinks the love scenes may detract from seriousness of the story.
||Cynthia, talk to Alan. I'll be down there
tomorrow. The love scenes are in, it's been our selling point for the
said he is not available to meet with you tomorrow and that he will
make whatever editorial decision he feel are necessary for the success
of the production.
||Tell Alan to expect my call.
announcement: Alan Carver has quit as director of Taxi to Kensington.
In his resignation speech to the crew and cast he said he would not
and could not accept interference in his film making process. They all
||Oh this is more exciting than the book.
Still let's keep this one under wraps, shall we? I'd rather the story
was more on the lines of new director to add sex to historical novel
rather than 'troubles on the set' sort of thing.
back on board. After meeting with Arthur today for several hours,
production will continue and, of course, Alan has full editorial
control. Evidently the love scene was always in, but it was the
appearance of interference that Alan could not allow.
Just had to bring this topic to the top of the list again.
Wanted to let you know that one of the tabloids has a picture of Alan and Suzanne leaving a London restaurant last night arm in arm! Isnít it delicious!
||I have been informed, on the highest authority, that Alan and Suzanne were dining for professional reasons. Evidently anyone who says anything else to the press should consider their position carefully.