Thursday, July 3, 2008
Did Josh Brolin Already Play Bush?
Images from source, Film Experience Blog
Here's an interesting analysis of an old episode of 21 Jump Street, one of the early shows on FOX. It was the launching pad for Johnny Depp, if you're too young to remember. In this particular episode, Josh Brolin--soon to star in Oliver Stone's W., a docu-drama about The Decider--plays a spoiled rich kid who likes the booze, broads and cocaine. Sound familiar?
"Guest Starring" Josh Brolin
At the risk of getting cheesy with a Before They Were Stars moment, let's go back to the time when Josh Brolin was only James Brolin's son. It wasn't until his very recent amazing triple play (No Country For Old Men, American Gangster, Grindhouse) that he became a true star just as he was turning 40. Now he's in demand. He'll play the lead role in Oliver Stone's George Bush bio W. this October and then Harvey Milk's assassin in Gus Van Sant's Milk in November. . .
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