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Tuesday
Nov132012

Rejected Interview Question #231

A peak into process. Generally I scribble down far more questions than I end up asking in interviews. You gauge the mood and proceed. Herewith a question I opted not to ask Julie Weiss, Hitchcock's twice Oscar nominated costume designer:

Tell me about Dolph Lundgren's costume fitting in Masters of the Universe.

Probably made the right call but I still want to hear the answer, don't you? (Questions I did ask, the wonderful Weiss did answer. Interview forthcoming)

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I can't wait for the interview!

I guess one of the perks of endless fitting sessions is to get a closer look at certain things.

November 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

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