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So... damit wir auch mal die Filme diskutieren können... postet eure Lieblingsbilder, Zitate oder sonstiges...

mein fave Spruch aus RMD:
Maurice: "Trish, I'm gonna find your Aaliyah-lookin' ass and I know where you work at!"
wie kommts nur, dass Trish's Po aussieht, wie der von Aaliyah lol





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ich liebe rmd^^












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    So... damit wir auch mal die Filme diskutieren können... postet eure Lieblingsbilder, Zitate oder sonstiges...

    mein fave Spruch aus RMD:
    Maurice: "Trish, I'm gonna find your Aaliyah-lookin' ass and I know where you work at!"
    wie kommts nur, dass Trish's Po aussieht, wie der von Aaliyah lol


Was? Sagt der das dort wirklich?
An welcher Stelle, Szene, denn genau?
Will das unbedingt mal nachrecherchieren!

Das wär ja cool... wusst ich noch gar nicht.




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das muss ich auch überhört haben





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das schreit er als trish aus dem record store rennt und ins taxi steigt... er rennt ihr dann hinterher, ihr müsst mal schauen, in der szene sitzt sie im taxi und er kommt im hintergrund aus dem laden raus





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    das schreit er als trish aus dem record store rennt und ins taxi steigt... er rennt ihr dann hinterher, ihr müsst mal schauen, in der szene sitzt sie im taxi und er kommt im hintergrund aus dem laden raus


Oh danke werd demnächst mal darauf achten!




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Jorge Saralegui, the producer of QUEEN OF THE DAMNED said the following on a message board:

"Aaliyah was the first person we cast, and no one else was considered for that role.
(...)
Aaliyah probably had the toughest part to play in our film, in that she was then a 21-year-old with one movie under her belt, asked to play a 4000-year-old Egyptian queen who was transformed into the most powerful vampire of all. I was most concerned as to whether Aaliyah would be able to command the respect that Akasha would certainly draw. Aaliyah arrived in Melbourne extremely well-prepared, and delivered a performance that will make everyone who loves her proud.

Aaliyah was obviously a woman of many talents, and very much in command of them, despite her youth. She was also a very giving person who made everyone around her feel comfortable. I believe much of the credit for this goes to her terrific family, which was always with her, giving her support and a sense of home even when abroad. It's much easier to be an exemplary person and spread one's creative wings in such a nurturing environment. Aaliyah's work speaks most eloquently for itself, and I can only hope that the rest of our film does her justice. We will address how we feel about her life and her passing at the end of the film.

I wouldn't say that Aaliyah had a difficult time, but rather that her role was a very difficult one to play well. That she did play it exceedingly well is one of the lasting tributes we will have of her. Aaliyah was a wonderful, giving person who never complained about anything, including how long it took to dress and make her up.

Aaliyah never had a chance to see the finished film. However, I watched some of her scenes with her in dailies (rushes), and she was very happy with her performance... as she should have been.

I was blown away by Aaliyah's acting in the movie. She showed promise in ROMEO MUST DIE, but in QUEEN she pushed her talent much, much further.

Thank you for supporting our choice of Aaliyah to portray Akasha. We did indeed go in the direction of someone with African ancestry because of the historical reality. However, I can't argue with Anne Rice's choice of a non-African character in what is clearly a mythical time.

We're doing our best to have an Aaliyah song in the movie. I don't think it's right to rank actors, but I can easily say that Aaliyah's talent and potential blew away everyone on the set.

I looked into the Rashad story a little. You will never "hear" Rashad in the movie. If we use his voice at all, it's to provide clarity in the two scenes that take place by the seashore. But the effect will be subliminal.

You're absolutely right about the advantages of her sensuality. Probably the most difficult specific aspect of her performance was the accent that she herself developed for the role. From my perspective, it was generating a sense of command that befitted Akasha, the most powerful vampire of all. To me, this was her (Aaliyah's) greatest success.

Aaliyah's death has affected our movie in many ways... but I don't think that it will keep people away.

I would just add that she was also a devotee of Egyptian history, and liked vampires, too. In effect, she had every base covered. That she was an actor who became famous as a singer puts her in the same company as, for example, Frank Sinatra and Cher, who delivered more than one critically lauded performance.

The only vampire who has an accent that sounds like their country of origin (an accent they may well have lost over the centuries, in my opinion, especially when speaking English) is Akasha."

"On the Steamy Scenes between Aaliyah and Stuart

They seemed to have a good time doing both, although the other one was a bit more uncomfortable! The second scene was more uncomfortable because Aaliyah was in a harness. Aaliyah was as cooperative in the shooting of these scenes as she was with any other, and quickly overcame the natural embarrassment most people would feel. Aaliyah loved how the movie looked, and her role in it. One of my favorite memories of her was how much she was Akasha while the camera was rolling — deep voice, commanding presence — but then, the second the director yelled "cut," she would make a funny face, or stick out her tongue, or do something to let you know that she was Aaliyah, not Akasha."






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Wo er des im RMD sagt, sagt er das aber schon nur auf der Englischen Version oder??? Im deutschen sagt der was ganz anderes. Nicht mal richtig übersetzten können die!!!





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japp er sagts nur in der englischen version! btw: willkommen im forum!





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    Jorge Saralegui, the producer of QUEEN OF THE DAMNED said the following on a message board:

    "Aaliyah was the first person we cast, and no one else was considered for that role.
    (...)
    Aaliyah probably had the toughest part to play in our film, in that she was then a 21-year-old with one movie under her belt, asked to play a 4000-year-old Egyptian queen who was transformed into the most powerful vampire of all. I was most concerned as to whether Aaliyah would be able to command the respect that Akasha would certainly draw. Aaliyah arrived in Melbourne extremely well-prepared, and delivered a performance that will make everyone who loves her proud.

    Aaliyah was obviously a woman of many talents, and very much in command of them, despite her youth. She was also a very giving person who made everyone around her feel comfortable. I believe much of the credit for this goes to her terrific family, which was always with her, giving her support and a sense of home even when abroad. It's much easier to be an exemplary person and spread one's creative wings in such a nurturing environment. Aaliyah's work speaks most eloquently for itself, and I can only hope that the rest of our film does her justice. We will address how we feel about her life and her passing at the end of the film.

    I wouldn't say that Aaliyah had a difficult time, but rather that her role was a very difficult one to play well. That she did play it exceedingly well is one of the lasting tributes we will have of her. Aaliyah was a wonderful, giving person who never complained about anything, including how long it took to dress and make her up.

    Aaliyah never had a chance to see the finished film. However, I watched some of her scenes with her in dailies (rushes), and she was very happy with her performance... as she should have been.

    I was blown away by Aaliyah's acting in the movie. She showed promise in ROMEO MUST DIE, but in QUEEN she pushed her talent much, much further.

    Thank you for supporting our choice of Aaliyah to portray Akasha. We did indeed go in the direction of someone with African ancestry because of the historical reality. However, I can't argue with Anne Rice's choice of a non-African character in what is clearly a mythical time.

    We're doing our best to have an Aaliyah song in the movie. I don't think it's right to rank actors, but I can easily say that Aaliyah's talent and potential blew away everyone on the set.

    I looked into the Rashad story a little. You will never "hear" Rashad in the movie. If we use his voice at all, it's to provide clarity in the two scenes that take place by the seashore. But the effect will be subliminal.

    You're absolutely right about the advantages of her sensuality. Probably the most difficult specific aspect of her performance was the accent that she herself developed for the role. From my perspective, it was generating a sense of command that befitted Akasha, the most powerful vampire of all. To me, this was her (Aaliyah's) greatest success.

    Aaliyah's death has affected our movie in many ways... but I don't think that it will keep people away.

    I would just add that she was also a devotee of Egyptian history, and liked vampires, too. In effect, she had every base covered. That she was an actor who became famous as a singer puts her in the same company as, for example, Frank Sinatra and Cher, who delivered more than one critically lauded performance.

    The only vampire who has an accent that sounds like their country of origin (an accent they may well have lost over the centuries, in my opinion, especially when speaking English) is Akasha."

    "On the Steamy Scenes between Aaliyah and Stuart

    They seemed to have a good time doing both, although the other one was a bit more uncomfortable! The second scene was more uncomfortable because Aaliyah was in a harness. Aaliyah was as cooperative in the shooting of these scenes as she was with any other, and quickly overcame the natural embarrassment most people would feel. Aaliyah loved how the movie looked, and her role in it. One of my favorite memories of her was how much she was Akasha while the camera was rolling — deep voice, commanding presence — but then, the second the director yelled "cut," she would make a funny face, or stick out her tongue, or do something to let you know that she was Aaliyah, not Akasha."

uff, kannst du das übersetzen?




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