Possible Dan Aykroyd Interview...

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  1. DeathStar1

    DeathStar1 Producer

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    I just sent off a snail mail address asking for an email interview. It claims that he'll reply in 21 days, so it'll be interesting to see if he'd be able to do it. But, would anyone have a ny questions for him here if it did go ahead? It would span his career from NRFPTPlayers to Evolution...

    Thanks [​IMG].
     
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    Where did it say that he'd reply within 21 days?

    I interviewed Aykroyd earlier this year over the phone, and then a few weeks ago I met him. Very nice guy. Have you tried arranging an interview by calling his agent? That's how I did it.
     
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    I would call his agent, but not only do I not havethe number, but I get nervous talking to new people over the phone and wouldn't sound compitent enough [​IMG]. Email or FAX interviewing is better for me. Besides, I don't have a phone recorder to transcribe it later [​IMG].
     
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    I would love to hear more about his original screenplay for Ghostbusters.
     
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    Speaking of screenplays, I'd love to hear about his original 300 page script for The Blues Brothers as well as any other footage that was cut from the film (like the Sink the Bismark music number that has been lost).
     

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