Passionately pursuing your dreams and not letting anyone stand in your way as you set out to achieve your goals is a powerful message present in several aspects of Woody Allen’s latest independent romantic comedy, ‘Magic in the Moonlight. ’ The main character in the film, Stanley Crawford, is an admired illusionist who isn’t afraid to let go of his fame as he sets out to prove that people in his field aren’t genuinely gifted. Actress Erica Leerhsen, who plays a supporting role in the movie, is also effortlessly and powerfully fulfilling her dream career with her third film collaboration with the Academy Award-winning writer-director. ‘Magic in the Moonlight,’ which is set in the south of France in the 1920s, follows Stanley (Colin Firth), a master illusionist who disguises himself on stage as Wei Ling Soo. But Stanley isn’t as easily charmed by Sophie’s alleged talents. At a séance held for Grace (Jacki Weaver), the mother of Brice and his sister, Caroline (Leerhsen), Stanley vigilantly searches for hidden wires to prove Sophie’s talent isn’t real. Stanley suddenly lets go of his rational thinking and falls in love for the first time in his life. Leerhsen generously took the time to talk about filming ‘Magic in the Moonlight,’ as well as her career in horror films, theater and television, over the phone during an exclusive interview. Among other things, the actress discussed how she was drawn to play the role of Caroline, as she has worked with Allen on several previous films and in theater, and she enjoys his directing style during the production. how she appreciates making independent films like the director’s latest romantic comedy, as the actors are encouraged to infuse their characters and the story with as much creativity as they like. and how she feels an allegiance and appreciation to the horror genre, which has offered her many great opportunities, including such career-defining roles in ‘Blair Witch Project 2: Book of Shadows,’ ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)’ and ‘Wrong... ShockYa (SY): You play Caroline in the romantic comedy drama, ‘Magic in the Moonlight. ’ What was it about the character and the chance to work with Woody Allen again that convinced you. Source: www.shockya.com
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A hundred years ago, the most famous athlete in America was a horse. But Dan Patch was more than a sports star; he was a cultural icon in the days before the automobile. Born crippled and unable to stand, he was nearly euthanized. For a while, he pulled the grocer's wagon in his hometown of Oxford, Indiana. But when he was entered in a race at the county fair, he won -- and he kept on winning. Harness racing was the top sport in America at the time, and Dan, a pacer, set the world record for the mile. He eventually lowered the mark by four seconds, an unheard-of achievement that would not be surpassed for decades. America loved Dan Patch, who, though kind and gentle, seemed to understand that he was a superstar: he acknowledged applause from the grandstands with a nod or two of his majestic head and stopped as if to pose when he saw a camera. He became the first celebrity sports endorser; his name appeared on breakfast cereals, washing machines, cigars, razors, and sleds. At a time when the highest-paid baseball player, Ty Cobb, was making $12,000 a year, Dan Patch was earning over a million dollars. But even then horse racing attracted hustlers, cheats, and touts. Drivers and owners bet heavily on races, which were often fixed; horses were drugged with whiskey or cocaine, or switched off with "ringers." Although Dan never lost a race, some of his races were rigged so that large sums of money could change hands. Dan's original owner was intimidated into selling him, and America's favorite horse spent the second half of his career touring the country in a plush private railroad car and putting on speed shows for crowds that sometimes exceeded 100,000 people. But the automobile cooled America's romance with the horse, and by the time he died in 1916, Dan was all but forgotten. His last owner, a Minnesota entrepreneur gone bankrupt, buried him in an unmarked grave. His achievements have faded, but throughout the years, a faithful few kept alive the legend of Dan Patch, and in Crazy Good, Charles Leerhsen travels through their world to bring back to life this fascinating story of triumph and treachery in small-town America and big-city racetracks.
Erica Leerhsen was born February 14, 1976 in New York City, New York, where she was raised along with her two sisters, Nora and Debbie, by their father Charles ...
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Erica Lei Leerhsen (born February 14, 1976) is an American actress. She first gained recognition for her part in the horror sequel Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 ...
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