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David Letterman knew what Joaquin Phoenix was doing ahead of time
August 17th, 2017 under David Letterman, Howard Stern, Joaquin Phoenix. [ Comments: none ]


One of the most memorable interviews ever to happen on late night television was when Joaquin Phoenix went on The Late Show as his rap star alter ego and gave David Letterman his most awkward sit downs. Yesterday, when the TV host was on Howard Stern’s radio show the Shock Jock wanted to know if he knew that was going to happen. Letterman told him, “I knew what he was doing ahead of time.” Did he enjoy it? He said, “I did enjoy it because it was like getting your work in on the heavy bag. It was easy. It was batting practice.” And with that that whole moment was ruined.

But it does not stop there, Letterman also admitted that he knew Jerry Lawler was going to punch Andy Kaufman during that shocking confrontation. He revealed that the late brilliant comic always let him know what he was going to do on the show beforehand.

Just like wrestling, late night TV is fake and my bubble has been busted. I am so sad.

But what makes me happy is listening to the full interview where Letterman held nothing back about his life in late night television like how crazy the publicists are and so much more.

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BTWF roles: Joaquin Phoenix in Backwards The Riddle of Dyslexia
December 29th, 2014 under Before They Were Famous, Joaquin Phoenix. [ Comments: none ]


Before Joaquin Phoenix was the big brother in Signs, he was the little brother in Backwards The Riddle of Dyslexia. How cute was the 9 year old acting with his brother, River Phoenix, in that 1984 Afterschool Special?

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I don’t think David Letterman will have Joaquin Phoenix on his show again?
December 9th, 2014 under David Letterman, Joaquin Phoenix. [ Comments: none ]


David Letterman was brave enough to have Joaquin Phoenix on his show for a second time after that infamous interview, and the actor did another crazy thing on The Late Show yesterday.
Phoenix told the CBS late night host that he has met “The One” and he asked her to marry him. Then he made the announcement that he is engaged. Everyone was so happy for him, but the only thing is that he lied.
This morning he got real with Good Morning America and explained, “I think like my life’s so boring, and it seemed like something exciting to talk about, and I wanted the audience to like me.” Then he added, “They really like people getting married.” If the press is sad that he is not betrothed, then he offered, “I can get engaged again, if you like.” Like we will believe him if he really said he was going to married after this fake out.
And talking about fake outs, you know the expression ” Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” I am sure that is going through Letterman’s mind right about now. That and he is probably so happy he is retiring, so he doesn’t ever have to interview that eccentric actor again. I can’t believe he had him on the show after that wacky interview he did for his atrocious movie I’m Still Here.

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Her is like an artsy version of Electric Dreams
December 4th, 2013 under Joaquin Phoenix. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the 1980’s there was a little movie called Electric Dreams about a man who had a special relationship with his computer. The concept was a little far-fetched because back then computers were not as common or advanced as they are now. Well almost 30 years later, computers are literally all over the place and Siri has become our computerized friend. So Electric Dreams is more of a reality and Her is sort of that vision three decades later. This time the nerd is Joaquin Phoenix and he’s perfect for this odd movie. Does that mean I will see it when it comes out on December 18th? Hell no, because it looks like a quirky boring movie that will put me to sleep instead of keeping my interest. Sorry Her, you just don’t compute with me.
BTW if you never saw Electric Dreams, here is the trailer for the movie you must rent or buy ASAP!

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Maybe Joaquin Phoenix was better off retired
September 8th, 2012 under Joaquin Phoenix. [ Comments: none ]


Another clip was released from The Master and it looks so awful I almost would rather rewatch Joaquin Phoenix in I’m Still Here than see that movie. But there is no way I would suffer through either film because I like myself too much to do that. Seriously I would rather hear Phoenix rap than hear him say the word pussy again.

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