Have you already got your Blu-ray copy of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit – 25th. Anniversary Edition” which was released yesterday? Not yet? Then you’d love to read the following links before going to your nearest store:
- William Bibbiani from Crave Online interviews Charles Fleischer; you can’t miss this interview since we can finally know how Roger Rabbit’s speech impediment is called, among other interesting tidbits about the movie production and his future interventions on the possible sequel(s).
- Then Cameron Meier from Orlando Weekly gets his own interview with Charles; it’s more or less like the previous interviews but it’s still worth a read.
- Mike Gencarelli from Media Mikes got his chance with Charles Fleischer too, discussing his own point of view about “The Stooge” (it’s all ‘puffery’, he says), the future of the “Roger Rabbit” sequel and his own theories about “Moleeds” and gamma-ray bursts.
- Ain’t It Cool News (sorry again guys) goes deeper into the new “The Stooge” poster artwork, reposting an interview made to conceptual artist Douglas Sirois: creator of that awesome piece of art. They also have been in touch with Gary Wolf, and he assures them “The Stooge” project is actually happening.
And in the least interesting history of the bunch… YES. I’M BACK =3