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He did have bad luck with it between one of the big name actors dying and then having to change the ending. It was unfortunately just kind of doomed.
Yes, I read an interview with him from around then saying he had wanted to shut down production when Ian died but was basically told if he did it would never re-start so was pretty much forced to keep going. You can’t imagine it was any kind of atmosphere to make a film.
A self-confessed “third rate illustrator” Capaldi said he was quite nervous showing his work alongside famous artists such as English pop artist Sir Peter Blake, who designed the iconic sleeve for The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
"It did take me quite long, " Capaldi said. "I had some ideas but then you realise it is going to be on exhibition and on display with real artists. I’m not really a professional artist, so it took me forever to do. But I did my best.
There’s a smattering of showbusiness people in the show so we’re allowed to be not as good as the pros.”
The cinema, wine, spaghetti, and brothel creepers all make it onto Capaldi’s self-portrait. “They were quite difficult to draw, ” he said. “Apart from spaghetti.”"
Peter on his contribution to the What Are You Like? exhibition in 2008 from The Sunday Herald September 7 2008.
Harvey Weinstein on being asked what he thought of Peter Capaldi claiming Malcolm Tucker was based on him.
Points to consider:
1. Of course the Guardian would find a way to shoe-horn Peter into an interview with Harvey Weinstein
2. Harvey doesn’t seem to have any recollection of Peter’s experiences with Miramax (probably for the best).
3. Thanks to Doctor Who Peter Capaldi is now famous enough for Hollywood moguls to know his name but I do wonder if Harvey is familiar with Malcolm Tucker.
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