Artist on Artist: Eli Roth Interviews Josh Brolin
If you've seen either Grindhouse of No Country for Old Men, you know how badass Josh Brolin has become. He's come quite a long way since first playing Brand Walsh in The Goonies in 1985, and in 2007 he made quite an impact with two more career-defining roles. MySpace decided to throw Brolin together with filmmaker Eli Roth, director of Hostel I and II and the Thanksgiving trailer in Grindhouse, and have the two chat for a while about making movies, the Coens and Tarantino, and more. This is one hell of a fun interview and worth watching, so enjoy!
Normally it's not our thing to be posting other interviews, but this was just another one of those "too cool" things that I couldn't pass up today. Brolin has really built himself up this year, only by delivering some of the best performances in some of the best movies of 2007. And everyone knows how much we all love Eli Roth here at FS.net. Some of the ideas Eli starts throwing around about Trailer Trash are hilarious, and awesome, and now I can't wait to see what else he dreams up for that.
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I don't care for Eli Roth's movies, but that was quite funny.
Zach D. on Dec 13, 2007
Don't you mean "Jewish Kid with Rich Parents on Artist"
Scorpio on Apr 24, 2008
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