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Set For Launch: A Video Interview with the Makers of 'The Astronaut Farmer'

Billy Bob Thornton explains what it's like to ride a horse in a space suit.
by Dan Lybarger

About two decades ago, Joan Rivers once declared that Kansas City was the “apex of stupidity” after Hallmark had used her catchphrase “Can we talk?” in their greeting cards.

On February 7, 2007, a Hollywood Bitchslap/eFilmCritic crew from Kansas City attempted to prove that it was possible to conduct a series of red carpet video interviews with questions that are different from Rivers’ trademark “Who are you wearing?”

Oscar-winner Billy Bob Thornton (Sling Blade), Oscar-nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways) and writers Michael and Mark Polish (Twin Falls Idaho, Northfork) came to town to plug their latest movie, The Astronaut Farmer.



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So, Joan, how did we do?




Virginia Madsen answers questions that have nothing to do with the wine she consumed in Sideways.

Credits:

Bill Pryor of Opus Communications, Inc: Producer, director, videographer, sound, and editing
Dan Lybarger: Correspondent
Carmen Campaneris: Still photography
Jason Brose: Navigation


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