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Capone Comes Face to Face (and Knee to Knee) With Paris Hilton about REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA

Hey everyone. Capone in San Diego here. I did a lot of cool stuff at 2008 Comic-Con and met a lot of truly cool and nice people, including a few people I've wanted to meet for years on end. I have interviews galore coming at you over the next few days, but this one I needed to get out there because…well, I think you'll figure out why. Not only was this interview with a person I never thought I would interview in my life (and I wasn't particularly sure before Comic-Con that I even wanted to), but the circumstances of this 10-minute chat were different than every other interview I did at the Con. I'd been reading a bit about the film REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA for a few months now, and from all I've heard, it actually sounds like it has the makings of a quality cult film. Directed by SAW II, III, and IV director Darren Lynn Bousman, this rock opera involves a near-future time when a health epidemic makes organ a commodity. One company sets up an organ-financing program that allows for organ replacement as long as you keep up your payments. If you don't, a rather brutal means of repossessing your organs takes place. The film, a rock opera in every sense of the term, stars Paul Sorvino, Bill Moseley, Anthony Head, Alexa Vega, Joan Jett, Sarah Brightman, and one Ms. Paris Hilton. In all honestly, I'm eager to see the film; the couple reviews I've read have given it high praise indeed. The interview I was scheduled to do was with Paris and director Bousman, and indeed that's how it played out. I was brought into a smallish room in the San Diego Convention Center with a few round tables, far far away from the more spacious and better-lit interview rooms at the other end of the complex. What's strange about being allowed to drift in the same telemetry as Paris Hilton is that gravity actually changes when she walks in the room. And it's not so much because she does anything particularly spectacular when she enters, but the energy of the room coming off the reporters and photographer and publicist crackles. You immediately try to play it cool and not stare. I shared the room (but not the interview) with a multi-person camera crew, and a slightly smaller group from some People magazine offshoot. A body guard sat against the far wall taking in anyone that moved near his client. Paris was wearing a dangerously short, but somehow still classy, black-and-white mini-dress. She was in no way overly made up or tanned; her hair was medium length and relaxed, again nothing fancy or overdone. Actually if you go here you can see what she looked like. This MTV interview was conducted in the room next to mine just before I talked to her. I was literally on the other side of the Comic-Con backdrop behind her. Nothing about her seemed overboard in any way. You may be asking yourself why I remember all of these details about her. Simple, I knew that for weeks to come every woman I came into contact with in my life was going to want to know these things, so I took notes while attempted to seem disinterested. But then something happened that made it alright to stare, because it told me more about Paris than anything else on this evening. Now let me make this clear, I'm not knocking her in any way. She was as sweet and accommodating with me as anyone I met at Comic-Con. You can say she was fake or rehearsed, but she didn't come off as such or at least not any more than the 15 or so other people I interviewed in the last week. Anyway, the defining moment for me was when a photographer (I believe I heard he was from Associated Press, but I might be wrong) was brought in to take photos of her against another Comic-Con backdrop in our room. Out of nowhere Paris' makeup guy swooped in just as Paris pulled a compact out of her purse. In about one minute, they touched up her face and the impromptu photo shoot began. Paris immediately went into supermodel mode. Posing in a half-dozen poses in the span of about 90 seconds. The single photographer saying dopey shit like, "You don't take a bad picture, Paris." And every single person who had been straining not to stare at her turned and beheld Paris in her element. This woman loves the have her photo taken, and more than that, she loves to watched. Not exactly a news flash, but to see her got from zero to 60 in a flash really drove the point home for me. It was almost seductive watching her work this tiny room and small crowd like she was walking the red carpet of a film premiere or a club opening. The problem is, I don't think her pouty-model face is nearly as attractive as her simply smiling and talking like a normal, natural person. After this superstar moment, she walked right over to me, shook my trembling hand, and told me she loved the site when I told her who I worked for. She pulled up the chair I'd set up for her so close to me that our knees were almost touching under the table. That's right, y'all, I practically nose to nose with Paris Hilton for the whole interview. Jealous? Don't lie! If you told me that that's her way of subtly seducing lowly digital journalists like me, I'd take even money that you might be right, except she didn't do that with anyone else who talked to her that night. I'm in not way trying to imply that she was hitting on me. I guess what I'm saying is that she was in no way stand-offish or snotty. She may not be taking all aspects of her life seriously, but her movie career seems to mean something to her, as you may be able to glean from out talk. One last thing, at the end the interview, Paris lean over to me touched my forearm and said, "Do you need any photos for your website?" Since this was my first Comic-Con, I was making an effort to travel light. And since I don't travel with a photographer like Quint does, I didn't have a camera with me. My single biggest regret of the Con. Before Bousman joined us, Paris and I decided to start talking without him. Just as I was starting to ask my first question, Bousman arrived… Paris Hilton: It is absolutely freezing in here. Capone: Sorry, I know my hands are way too cold to shake. Do you want to just get started while we're waiting? PH: Yeah, why don't we do my questions while we're waiting. Capone: I haven't seen the movie but I've been reading about it for a while… [Bousman arrives] Darren Lynn Bousman: Hi, I'm Darren, nice to meet you. Capone: Great meeting you. DLB: And this is Paris Hilton, let me tell you a little bit about her. [All laugh.] Capone: I was just telling Paris, I've been reading up on the movie, and my first question is how do I get a copy of it as soon as possible? When can I see this thing? Because it sounds like very few things I've seen before. DLB: You know it's cool. We've been doing these rogue screenings for the first month, because I wanted to build buzz. I've never been more proud of a project. When you first hear about it, you're like, ow, it's a rock opera and it stars Paris Hilton and Alexa Vega and Paul Sorvino, you're like, "I don't know about that." But it's weird thing to say you've done, and that' why I wanted people to see it and get the word out there. And we started getting great feedback from it. We just got back from Fantasia, and it was awesome. It was the most awesome event ever. One concern we had was, I love this idea, we love this idea, but how are people going to respond to a rock opera? We had people wrapped around four blocks with signs saying, "We'll do anything for a ticket to REPO!" And it started pouring down rain, and everyone was standing there laughing, and then they get let in and it sold out, and there are still hundreds of people outside. It was an awesome experience watching it with an audience like that, because I looked around and I nodded to Terrance [Zdunich, the film's credited co-writer], and said, "People do want to see this kind of thing." Capone: Come rogue that thing in Chicago, seriously man. We'll fill a theater for you. DLB: I would love to, really. Capone: So Paris, this script lands in front of you. What is going through your head when you read this wild story? PH: Actually, I was at a party and one of the producers approached me and said, "The director of the SAW movies really wants to meet you about this rock opera." And I was like, "Oh my God, I love the SAW movies; I have to meet him." I didn't even know what the movie was; I just wanted to do it because he's the director. And I got the script and I thought, "Well, this is weird but I like it because it's so original and so different. And I really liked the character, because usually I always get offered the role of, you know, the airhead blonde, whatever my stereotype is. Capone: You mean a variation on the image people have of you? PH: Right, the image of who people think I really am. And it's not me, so it was really fun to actually get the chance to play something completely different, and I really worked really hard to get the part. DLB: Let me put in my two cents on this, because it's a crazy story. Mark Burg, one of the producers of all the SAW films came to me with Paris as a name. And I only knew Paris form what I'd seen on TV and the way the media portrayed her, and I blew it off. I said No. And then it came back to me and I thought about it and realized that this movie is so weird, it has to have an eclectic cast. So I took the meeting, but I was very hesitant. She walks in the room, and she's got this thing where she lights up a room, and I tried to be straight faced, with my arms crossed, looking unamused. Capone: We all did that when she walked in here. PH: [laughs] Oh God. DLB: But I found her so engaging, and I found myself smiling. So I quickly wiped the smile away and said, "Thank you." So she leaves the room, and we're all sitting there talking, and we were all like, "That's not the Paris that I know." So I was thinking, "Alright, she's awesome in a room. Let's see if she can really do something." So we gave her the song; she had one day to come back with the song. So she comes back the next day, she walks in, and I had my fingers crossed. And she walks in, and just starts singing, and everyone in the room just looked at each other. This was not the Paris Hilton I had heard on her CD; this was awesome. And we all look at each other and go, "That's Amber Sweet." So then we go back to Lionsgate and say, "We have to cast Paris Hilton in this role." And we started this big campaign to get her in this movie. So everyone at Lionsgate said, "Okay, we want to see her audition." So we gave her another song, another day. This is the most grueling audition process we'd put anyone through on this movie. She comes back the next day with a room full of everyone with their arms crossed sitting there straight-faced. She comes in, rocks this thing out, screaming, singing. She walks out. Everyone with a show of hands: who wants Paris Hilton. Everyone raised their hands. It was awesome. It was a ridiculous casting process, but she earned it. Capone: You mentioned that this was a different kind of character for you compared to the other roles you've been getting offered. Is this a step in a different direction for you? Are you done taking those kind of roles? PH: I've turned down so many of those movies ever since I've done this film. I really believe in this movie, and I know there's nothing out there like it. It would be even hard to top, so I've turned down so many things. I don't know, I feel like this is a huge stepping stone for the next part of my career. Capone: So the definition of opera that I'm familiar with is all singing-no dialogue. Is that what we're talking about here? DLB: I think there are seven lines of spoken dialogue, and even they're done to music. There's no silence in the movie. I think that's the things that's either going to make people love or make people hate it. And I'll be the first to say, this movie is polarizing; it's not for everybody. My hope is that it will cross platforms and it will bring people in because I love music. Find me someone who says they do not love music; they're a liar. I think when the majority of people workout, the put their iPod on and listen to music; when you drive your car, you listen to music. What do you do on the weekend? You go see movies; I'm the first guy there Friday night--DARK KNIGHT, whatever. If you can combine those two things successfully, you have tapped into two of people's major interests. And that was kind of the way I wanted to approach this, trying to combine the elements of two things I love. There is no talking in the movie; it's all song. Everything in the movie is done in operatic style. It is a opera in the classic sense of the word. There is tragedy. So I'm excited. I think it's something people haven't seen before. Love it or hate it, that's what I wanted to do, something that people haven't seen before. I'm sick of seeing the same thing over and over again. Yes, I've done three sequels; yes, I'm going to do a remake next [Bousman has not revealed what this remake project is yet; he's denied he's making a SCANNERS remake and I've read rumors of everything from LEPRECHAUN to CHILDREN OF THE CORN]. That's exactly why I had to do this movie. I'm sick of doing things that are in these boxes, and that's why I wanted to do REPO!; it's so out of the box. Capone: Paris, tell me about the character of Amber Sweet. All I know about her is that she's addicted to plastic surgery. PH: Amber is the daughter of Rotti Largo [played by Paul Sorvino]. We are the most powerful family in all of the world. My father owns the company that sells all the organs that get repossessed. She's just very lonely; her dad doesn't pay much attention to the kids. He's a mean father. So I just played it as this girl who really wants love from her dad, and she's kind of messed up in the head. She does drugs, she's into sex. She's into changing her appearance all the time. She wants to make herself feel better about herself. They're all pretty deranged, the whole family. Capone: Do you change your look during the course of the film? DLB: Yeah, that's my favorite thing about her in this movie. The first thing I told her after she got the role was, "Paris, no blonde hair, no blue eyes. Gone! I want you to be this character." And she completely embraced it to the point where she's wearing prosthetic noses, chins. In some scenes we pad her up, in others we pull her in. Different hair, different eyes. She's a complete chameleon in this movie. In every scene, she looks completely different. Capone: Because this is a film about organ repossession, does that means there's gore in it? DLB: There is gore, but it's not like SAW. One of the things I wanted to do is, again, from doing all the SAW films, I wanted to change the way that I approached violence. There's not flash cutting or whip pans, no crazy editing style. I wanted to make it look beautiful. The first thing I did was throw away all the tricks from SAW. I got a new camera. I refused to use film; I wanted to go to video. I refused to use the same lenses; I changed the color scheme. I decided to got somewhere completely different. So yes, there's violence in it; there's a lot of violence in it. A lot of it happens to her [points to Paris]. But it's a beautiful type of violence. Capone: I've read comparisons for your film to everything from ROCKY HORRO to the "Buffy" musical episode. Your plastic surgery character reminds me of that storyline from BRAZIL. [Darren point to me as if to say "Spot on.] Is the world ready for a musical like this? DLB: Here's my deal. Are we going to appeal to everyone? Absolutely not. But I don't care about that. I set out to make a movie that's fun, that's an experience in the movie theater, and it's something you haven't seen before. BRAZIL is one of my favorite movies. Terry Gilliam is one of my favorite directors. And did BRAZIL appeal to everyone when it first came out? No. But look what has happened to it now. Capone: It didn't even appeal to Terry Gilliam when it first came out. DLB: [laughs] Look at the nightmare that happened in getting BRAZIL out. Same thing with BLADE RUNNER when it first came out, it was this weird thing that got a mixed response. It's an honor to be put in the same category as those films, out of the weirdness factor, but I think this will cross over to a lot of people. Give it a chance. It's one thing to talk about it when you haven't seen it, and say, "Aw, it's a musical, this and this and this" Watch it. It's drama too. It's an extremely emotional film. Capone: I'm sold. I repeat: send me a copy. PH: I went over to Ryan Seacrest's house last night and showed it in his screening room, just me and him and a manager. And he was like, "I have tears in my eyes because there's a really sad scene." He loved it. He was raving about in on the air this morning [on his radio show]. He thinks it looks like a beautiful music video, just a movie you've never seen. It's so insane. I'm so excited about it. DLB: We all are, and we're proud of what we've accomplished here. Capone: Well, it was great meeting your both. DLB: Thanks a lot. PH: Nice to meet you. -Capone

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  • July 28, 2008, 12:23 p.m. CST

    Paris Hilton is in Cat in the Hat

    by eggart

    the mind boggles.

  • July 28, 2008, 12:31 p.m. CST

    Offtopic: Forgetting Sarah Marshall II????

    by Pennsy

    A UK website,, at, Russell Brand says he's been asked to reprise his role of Aldous Snow in a followup movie. Supposedly Kristen Bell and Jason Segel were contacted about a sequel, but no info yet one way or the other. <p> Wow. There's stuff you *could* explore in a second movie; Sarah trying to win Peter back, realizing what a frak-up she was, and Aldous coming to the conclusion the woman to end his playboy days was right under his nose. And have them film it in Philly, so I can hobnob with the stars every day. :)

  • July 28, 2008, 12:37 p.m. CST

    "Paris leaned over to me touched my forearm and said":

    by newc0253

    "here's some penicillin, you'll need this because i touched you".

  • July 28, 2008, 12:38 p.m. CST

    "I have tears in my eyes because there's a really sad scene"

    by Bass Ackwards

    -Ryan Seacrest. So ridiculously literal that quote needs to be right on the movie poster.

  • July 28, 2008, 12:42 p.m. CST

    Face to Knee is the best way to handle Paris Hilton.

    by Harry Weinstein


  • July 28, 2008, 12:49 p.m. CST

    paris hilton wears size 13 shoes

    by Orionsangels

  • July 28, 2008, 12:53 p.m. CST

    Did you get a good look at her lazy eye?

    by Squashua

    Or her lazy ass?

  • July 28, 2008, 1:11 p.m. CST

    Bret Easton Ellis

    by Sailor Rip

    "I went over to Ryan Seacrest's house last night and showed it in his screening room, just me and him and a manager. And he was like, "I have tears in my eyes because there's a really sad scene." He loved it. He was raving about in on the air this morning [on his radio show]. He thinks it looks like a beautiful music video, just a movie you've never seen. It's so insane. I'm so excited about it" <p> Totally. Anybody ever read Glamorama?

  • July 28, 2008, 1:21 p.m. CST

    Unfortunately the movie pretty much blows.

    by euphobics

    I reviewed it over at (I was at the world premiere at the Fantasia film fest.)

  • July 28, 2008, 1:26 p.m. CST

    Nice job Capone but

    by optimus122

    ...seriously did you do this interview and post it here knowing that the talkback would be one of the most brutal things to ever happen to this poor girl. Nice way to kick the girl in the groin without actually having to do it yourself. Like I keep saying this site is the most low rent shithole and its all because of this non moderated talkback section. If I am Paris Hilton or ANY one in Hollywood I stay away from any of the AICN staff like as if you were dripping with HIV. The interview is a waste because this talkback will be one long bash Paris Hilton as bad as you can clusterfuck. I happen to like the girl. Most people are just jealous of her..she was born rich and cute. People hate that. Shes trying to carve her own way which is commendable. People like that piece of dog shit eggsalad and Harry Weinstein are most likely jerking off to child porn and would literally have a stroke if a girl that looked anywhere near as decent as Paris did paid any attention to them. So please all of you , fuck off and die.

  • July 28, 2008, 1:29 p.m. CST

    Had you unleashed the dragon

    by Abominable Snowcone

    she probably would have accepted it into her mouth right away, no questions asked, just out of reflex

  • July 28, 2008, 1:31 p.m. CST

    In other words, she blew you...

    by dtpena


  • July 28, 2008, 1:33 p.m. CST

    i'll bet...

    by dingus khan

    ...she's fucking great in this. <p> just kidding, she has 2 redeeming qualities: 1 bionic eye that can sense heat, and no gag reflex. <p>

  • July 28, 2008, 1:35 p.m. CST

    Am I excited for a Paris Hilton movie?

    by kungfuhustler84

    Fuck yes i am. This actually sounds really interesting and worth checking out. The fact that he cited Brazil and Blade Runner, two of the best movies I have ever seen, is just really good news to me. Can't wait for the trailer!

  • July 28, 2008, 1:39 p.m. CST


    by kungfuhustler84

    "I'd do a lot worse to be rich and never have to work again...and so would you." Speak for yourself man. Money's really not all that important to me at all. I'm not trying to sit on a high horse and talk down to you or something, but I really don't believe it's necessary to spend my life pursuing crap like a bunch of money or a relationship with Paris Hilton. Trust me man, there's much more fulfilling stuff out there to go after.

  • July 28, 2008, 1:47 p.m. CST


    by optimus122

    You wouldn't spank this? or this If you say you wouldn't well your gay.

  • July 28, 2008, 1:49 p.m. CST

    I like this part of the interview

    by JBouganim1

    <p>"Amber is the daughter of Rotti Largo [played by Paul Sorvino]. We are the most powerful family in all of the world. My father owns the company that sells all the organs that get repossessed. She's just very lonely; her dad doesn't pay much attention to the kids. He's a mean father. So I just played it as this girl who really wants love from her dad, and she's kind of messed up in the head. She does drugs, she's into sex. She's into changing her appearance all the time. She wants to make herself feel better about herself. They're all pretty deranged, the whole family." </p> <p> Hmm must be a hard role to play. Rich daughter who does drugs and has sex. </p>

  • July 28, 2008, 1:50 p.m. CST

    So does she look like an Alien in person?

    by Redfive!

    Thats what ive heard from people who have seen her.Im sure shes a nice girl but if she looks like an Alien she looks like an Alien.

  • July 28, 2008, 1:54 p.m. CST

    did she show you her cooch??

    by bacci40

    she is seriously fugly...i do not get the what causes men to be drawn to her

  • July 28, 2008, 1:56 p.m. CST


    by GeekyAnimeNerd79Beyotch

    You need to do a reality show with you dating a fat southern guy, ;-)

  • July 28, 2008, 1:56 p.m. CST

    I bet she is a decent person

    by Animation

    Taking cheap shots at her here is easy, but I bet she ain't so bad to hang out with and talk to, etc. Sure, she has the side of her that she can turn on and off as needed for public stuff, but most people are basically alright after you get past all that; and everybody has flaws. Hers are just publicized; she even leverages her own flaws for benefit; but she'd probably be as fun to hang out with as any person once you get past all that.

  • July 28, 2008, 2:38 p.m. CST

    Wow. A bunch of nerds picking on someone more successful.

    by beastie

    That's new to this site. And yes she is a success who has made a career for herself. Whether you like it or not, she has a career and isn't just living on other people's money (though I'm sure some is).</p><p>Internet anonymity is obnoxious.

  • July 28, 2008, 3:24 p.m. CST

    This site has hit a new low.

    by VegasRon

    Nice job, capone.

  • July 28, 2008, 3:45 p.m. CST

    I have tears in my eyes because there's a really sad scene

    by Alonzo Mosely

    I smell a new AICN catchphrase... And then Gordon has a beer and cheets on his wife, I have tears in my eyes because that's a really sad scene...

  • July 28, 2008, 3:48 p.m. CST

    If you took the time to read all of eggsalad's last post

    by WickedJester

    You are much worse than Paris could ever be. <br><br> I agree with most people on here, you hate because you're trained to (afterall, you'll never bang her and never have her money, so naturally that equals hate) and let's face it most of you are all sheep :) <br><br>Best part is everyone on this board fired off a couple knuckle children to her 'video'...

  • July 28, 2008, 3:55 p.m. CST

    "Paris leaned over to me touched my forearm"

    by Boomers_Lips

    this whole pre-interview sounds like a jackie collins novel!

  • July 28, 2008, 3:57 p.m. CST

    "I'm in not way trying to imply that she was hitting on me"

    by Boomers_Lips

    i think you are.

  • July 28, 2008, 4:05 p.m. CST

    Paris Hilton+Cult Movie Success=End of Western civilisation

    by Hint_of_Smegma

    This non-entity needs to be stopped before her evil march toward global domination swallows us all as easily as she works a dingaling on camera.

  • July 28, 2008, 4:07 p.m. CST

    Her sister

    by optimus122

    Is pretty hot too , sorry to say Knobules. You see these people on tv and its hard to judge how good they look in real life. How many bad pictures have you taken in your life? Most I would assume were semibad to horrible. Try being followed around all day by people with 20,000 dollar cameras focusing in on any flaws you have. I doubt that will happen to 99.999 percent of the people here since no one gives a fuck about you all or me.

  • July 28, 2008, 4:08 p.m. CST

    And yes, Capone, you were indeed..

    by Hint_of_Smegma

    ...trying to imply she was so attracted to you, she could barely contain herself from doing you there and then. Mind you, judging by her track record in the whore department, you might be right....

  • July 28, 2008, 4:13 p.m. CST

    A Retard Contest

    by SnakesOnABicycle

    I've never saw a closered races. And it did not it just consist of hilton,and bousman (and ryan seacrest), but as well Capone as well. - Also, Capone; SPELL CHECK AND FIX THE GRAMMAR ON ANY FUTURE RETARD ARTICLES... YOUR SHIT IS GETTING HARDER TO READ THAN HARRY'S

  • July 28, 2008, 4:24 p.m. CST

    Scriptgirl vs Paris Hilton!!!!!

    by Seth Brundle

    hey i'd pay good money to see that! lol

  • July 28, 2008, 4:29 p.m. CST


    by RawShark13

    All it takes is a pair of itty bitties and you forget who the enemy is?

  • July 28, 2008, 4:33 p.m. CST

    Agreed Knobules

    by optimus122

    And let me clarify my hot comments on these 2 sisters. They are cute girls in decent shape. Its easy to bag on them when every flaw is shown to the world and every mistake is shown online. There are TONS of sex tapes from girls all over the world on amateur sites and no one gives a crap because they aren't famous. These 2 girls are cute but I would say there are wayyy hotter, better built girls in every decent club in America..again they just aren't famous. We all bag on Lohan but you know if you had never seen that big breasted redhead in your life and you met her in some bar you would be trying your hardest to bring her back to your place for a romp. I can't stand how she acts yet I would bang her crosseyed if I got the chance. But I know why I can't stand her , its because I get to see every stupid mistake she makes all day long in the papers or online etc.

  • July 28, 2008, 4:37 p.m. CST


    by Quin the Eskimo

    If she frequents the site, it's gotta be! <p> ;)

  • July 28, 2008, 4:37 p.m. CST

    I'm not sure about Hilton's range as an actress

    by Magic Rat

    she's probably be okay playing either (A) an alien; (B) a cruel rich snob - aka Sara Michelle Geller in Cruel Intentions, or (C) herself. <br> <br> But, good job with the interview. I'm sure she's a much nicer person than she appears to be on tv.

  • July 28, 2008, 4:46 p.m. CST

    Yes but she will take cum to face & mouth

    by Baron Karza

    I saw the clip.

  • July 28, 2008, 5:53 p.m. CST

    I'm reserving judgement on Hilton

    by IForgotAbout19

    Until we hear her views on "Heat"

  • July 28, 2008, 6:14 p.m. CST


    by fluffybunnywhiskers

  • July 28, 2008, 6:19 p.m. CST

    Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids

    by Project424

    Paris Hilton is the cancer kill /b/

  • July 28, 2008, 6:20 p.m. CST


    by fluffybunnywhiskers

    Oops, clicked enter too soon. I was going to say: optimus122, totally in agreement with you about that. Most of the "talkbackers" are some of the most vile incessant atrocious pieces of shit that ever crossed the internet, and is probably the worst part of this site as a whole. Some talkbackers are fine, but a lot of it is just horrible bitching and whining filled with uselessly derogatory phrases and vulgarities. If I were famous, I too would avoid the place simply for the fact most of the time this place is just filled to the brim with wastes of life. Personally I feel this site really needs a design overhaul (to make sections for various series like AICN books and Movie a day, give each reviewer their own column, etc.) and they need to do something about the Talkbacking thing. Even just a word censor simply so someone has to think of a creative way to express their opinions of how badly something sucks, rather then resorting to vile descriptions just to look cool for all the other wastes of life that devote their time and energy to calling people "gutterslut cum rags" and the like.

  • July 28, 2008, 6:27 p.m. CST

    I"ve lost all respect i had for Capone. What a dipshit!

    by GQtaste

    When your knees almost touched under the table I hope you had your Zaltrex rx ready. This chick has been put up, rode hard than any five chicks you see at this nerdfest! She's been used by more dudes than Belladonna Capone. And i've seen a clip of this film and it looked like complete ass!

  • July 28, 2008, 6:30 p.m. CST

    You know she knows nothing about this site too.

    by GQtaste

    "I love your site." Somebody call Penn and Teller on that one.

  • July 28, 2008, 6:38 p.m. CST

    Rocky Horror for the 2000's?

    by Orionsangels

  • July 28, 2008, 6:39 p.m. CST

    Alexa Vega - Jailbait

    by Orionsangels

  • July 28, 2008, 6:40 p.m. CST


    by El Borak

    just why?

  • July 28, 2008, 7:02 p.m. CST

    Interview conducted by Capone's Penis

    by g-ride9000

    what a non-player. that girl is a cunty Mc cunterstienz

  • July 28, 2008, 7:06 p.m. CST

    Ya Bunny

    by optimus122

    Its amazing to me that Harry lets this go on and still trys to come off like a valid critic/hollywood insider lol. Don't get me wrong , some of these talkbackers have a lot of comic talent and make me laugh my ass off but then theres the guys like eggsalad who had most of his common sense and humanity drip down his mothers fat thigh when she was making him.

  • July 28, 2008, 7:06 p.m. CST


    by optimus122

    And not being able to edit a post is ridiculous too.

  • July 28, 2008, 7:08 p.m. CST

    Damn I had it right..

    by optimus122

    the first time..anyway cya.

  • July 28, 2008, 7:38 p.m. CST

    Nobody mention Rocky Horror! Obviously Bousman

    by half vader

    doesn't want anyone to know, because his film is 'unlike anything you've ever seen'! Slight tonal and little story shifts are the same thing as originality! But it's O.K. to compare it to Brazil & Blade Runner though. Cause they're brilliant, and classics. <p> As for Paris, now that you're making money from actually working, how about donating all those hundreds of thousands you WERE PAID FOR LITERALLY TURNING UP AT PARTIES and doing a few photo-ops, to charity. That is not 'working', Paris, you don't need the money, so do something decent with it. <p> Last of all, let me quote King of the Hill: "Peggy Hill! Peggy Hill! Your feet are like boats!"

  • July 28, 2008, 7:47 p.m. CST


    by Mr_X

    why am i even commenting?

  • July 28, 2008, 9:04 p.m. CST


    by EyeofPolyphemus

    She's vapid, but attractive. If she flirted with me, I would brag about it, too.

  • July 28, 2008, 9:45 p.m. CST

    Yes, one more request. . .

    by Angry_Bastard

    for this bitch who's legs went swish, BRING ME A TUNA FISH SANDWICH!

  • July 28, 2008, 10:17 p.m. CST

    Capone, I'd react the same way.

    by dr sauch

    But come on, you HAD to know what kind of response you'd get from these idiots for that kind of story. But seriously, I'd hit it 2 time.

  • July 28, 2008, 11:34 p.m. CST

    I'm gonna find it rrrrrrreal damn hard to take you seriously aft

    by IndustryKiller!

    Jesus Christos Capone you sound like a weirdo. First of all I've seen Paris Hilton in real life, on a few occasions actually. She looks just about as plasticine as anyone who had been watching her on TV would expect. I see women int eh city of LA leagues more attractive then her every single day. That teenage gusher you went on at the beginning of this interview was the most fanboyish rambling i've ever seen from you. She sat close to you? And thats exciting? my god man get a hold of yourself. not a guy who has been in proximity with a lot of attractive women i guess.

  • July 29, 2008, 12:01 a.m. CST

    Capone, how do you react when you see Charlize

    by GQtaste

    Theron? Or Kate Blancett, Uma or even CAmeron Diaz, who's more on that level w/ this non talent piece of shit. Hell, I"ve had you wrong for years now. You always came off to me as some tough dude from Chi town. Shit, I'm from Oklahoma City and you can find a girl here w/ more charisma than that empty checkbook. You describe her as this magical persona. Shit, one of my dumbs has more personality than this vapid little vile cunt. the only reason why she came known was b/c Richard Johnson at Page Six and her parents pushing her into the limelight, only problem is there is nothing to this person. It's so ironic w/ the times how incredibly fucked up our country has become and these young girls have springboarded, ie. Nicole Richie, Paris, Kim Kardasion et al. into the culture w/o contributing anything of real value. Maybe i'm getting old at 33 but w/ young boys and girls Hiltons age fighting crazy fucks in Iraq right now it just doesnt seem right. But it's not her fault, it's folks like Capone's pussy ass that placate her shallow ass. You're a pussy dude. I"m sorry if you would have said something similar about the chicks from Watchmen or even the Moonblood chick that going to be in the Terminator flick to come i'd wouldn't given it another thought. And for all the parents out there w/ young kids that look up to that vile pos i'm sorry. Thankfully I don't have any young girls that look up to people like Paris.

  • July 29, 2008, 12:05 a.m. CST

    You know, I would kinda like to screw her...

    by The Dum Guy

    Only to find out what it would be like... other than the fact I've seen her have sex on video. Maybe, see what it would feel like is a better way of saying it. Loose, very loose or sticking my schlonge in a bucket of water type of feel (nothing but a *splash* sound?).<br><br>Of course I would spend a few days dreading the outcome of my STD check-up.

  • July 29, 2008, 12:08 a.m. CST

    "I have tears in my eyes but can't cry due to all the Botox inje

    by TallBoy66

    And he didn't actually say that, but his publicist forwarded a text that he sent to Hilton's cellphone.

  • July 29, 2008, 5:43 a.m. CST

    I wont be seeing this...

    by emeraldboy


  • July 29, 2008, 5:45 a.m. CST

    I blame the parents....

    by emeraldboy

    regarding the likes Paris Hilton.

  • July 29, 2008, 5:57 a.m. CST

    my old man had a very good job...

    by emeraldboy

    and he hated it. It was a very stressful job. he was a consultant anaesthetist. But my mother had rules. My mother was born in the 1930's and my brother and I were born in the late 1960's and I was born in the middle 1970's. My mother did not believe in corporal punishment but her temperment was such that you did cross her my mother was very stylish and had intellect. both my parents were very smart people. my brother and I went to two very good schools. The old man had to work very hard to pay off the school fees. but rules are rules. and there were rules at home and we had to live by them like it or not. The rich dont live by the same rules as the rest of us. I went to school with some of them.

  • July 29, 2008, 7:04 a.m. CST

    handjob technique

    by Mr_X

    having observed the paris hilton sex tape ( purely for perving reasons) i have to say im disappointed by her handjob technique. she doesn't know how to give one. pamela anderson on the other hand ( pun not intended) has a kung fu grip. yes she's getting on a bit, but purely on the merits of sex tapes it would have to be anderson minus of course the Hepatitis C.

  • July 29, 2008, 7:06 a.m. CST

    thanks to hilton et al

    by Mr_X

    millions of young girls around the world have given up the want or need of gaining an education and / or having a talent and have become sluts in order to become famous. for that i salute her.

  • July 29, 2008, 9:44 a.m. CST

    "I had tears in my eyes"

    by jackofhearts29

    "...and something growing in my shorts because it was a very sexy and sad interview"

  • July 29, 2008, 1:43 p.m. CST

    My respect for this site has dropped huge today

    by TheKappa

    <br> No part of this project sounds good to me. The director is crap, the idea is crap and the "talent" involved is the crappiest crap that ever crapped. <br> Capone, you're a f*cking whore. Which is why you and Paris Hilton would get along so well. She does it because she can't get enough of the cock. What's your excuse?

  • July 29, 2008, 1:44 p.m. CST

    That's hot.

    by kirttrik

  • July 29, 2008, 2:35 p.m. CST

    jeezus, give Capone a break

    by oisin5199

    Like it or not, Paris Hilton is a part of American pop culture, and I, for one, appreciate Capone's observations about the Hilton experience, and her ability to 'turn it on' for the cameras. I found it kinda interesting, in fact. Plus, this seems like a really cool project that I'm looking forward to. But nary a mention of the lead - Giles himself, Anthony Steward Head, who can belt with the best, and actually was in Rocky Horror (he was Frank in the London stage production). <p> And, oh yeah, and it's also starring Nivek frickin' Ogre!! That's right, Skinny Puppy fans. Cleanse, Fold, and Manipulate that, motherfuckers. I could care less about the Saw films. But Tony Head and Ogre are putting me in the seats. Paris Hilton's just the weirdness cherry on top.

  • July 29, 2008, 3:20 p.m. CST

    Was Eggsalad Redacted?


    It appears he was. Good job, if so!

  • July 29, 2008, 5:19 p.m. CST

    TomBodet is a pole smoker

    by optimus122

    Had to be said...yes I am sure there are hotter girls everywhere..just like I said above if you had read everything before going into gay mode..they just aren't famous..and trust me asshole , if you never had heard of Paris Hilton or Linsay Lohan and either of them came up to you in a bar your dick would be so hard you would need to sit down so the bulge wouldn't show...well maybe not you , as your gay as all hell.

  • July 29, 2008, 6 p.m. CST



    nuff said.

  • July 30, 2008, 12:15 a.m. CST

    Paris doesn't swallow

    by TallBoy66

    She pulls away when the douche ejaculates and gets a pearl necklace instead. Chick can't be that much of a 'ho if she doesn't swallow. I mean, are there any non-swallowing whores out there? It's part of the 'ho contract.

  • July 30, 2008, 3:40 a.m. CST

    The clip on BloodyDisgusting with Paris was great.

    by Poisonouskid

    She doesn't look anything like "Paris Hilton" and was actually able to sing her ass off. I think Repo has major potential.