I totally agree with Tobin, but I’d trade Mastroianni and Belmondo for infinite hours in a motel with Alain Delon if I could.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt looks like a cool dude. Then I’d definitely have a frosty beverage with ol’ Clint.
Also, David Lynch looks like a fucking riot.
Sokurov and bela tarr in a bar called titanic…
1.Fernende Fernán Gómez
2. Robert de Niro
3. Javier Bardem
1. Victoria Abril
2. Emma Suárez
3. Ariadna Gil
Exactly in this order
1. Dennis Hopper
2. Bruce Campbell
3. George Clooney
Ok, so maybe Bruce Campbell isn’t one of the great actors of our time, but damn it if he doesn’t seem like a fun guy to hang out with.
Don’t get why so many are picking Deniro. Do you people enjoy NOT talking when you hang out with friends or something? ;-)
Chow Yun Fat.
I think that’d be an interesting evening. I’d want Guzman to be in his Boogie Nights (or Carlito’s Way) charector. Steve Buscemi to be in his Reservoir Dogs charector and Chow Yun Fat can just be Chow Yun Fat he’s so damn cool
1. Gary Busey
2. Gary Busey
3. Gary Busey
I’d say the following would be fun for “hanging out”:
This is assuming there are no language barriers.
Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, and Woody Allen.
Delphine Seyrig, Liv Ullmann, Judy Davis
men: Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, George Clooney
women: Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Tanna Frederick
Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman, Tom Cruise
men – robin williams, eugene levy, Steve Martin
women – Tanna Frederick, Katherine Hepburn, Karen Black
Vince Vaughn, Ben Affleck and Keanu Reeves.
I want to have a few drinks with them in a dirigible. The Hindenburg,
moments before the explosion. Oh the humanity.
This is really difficult, you know, selecting only three actors, so I’m going to apply the following restrictions to myself to narrow the list: they must not have been mentioned previously in this thread (thus removing Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Dennis Hopper, Dean Stockwell and others). They must also be known primarily for their work on the big screen (so eliminating Adam West, Scott Bakula and others).
1. Kevin McCarthy.
Such a tragedy we lost him recently. Okay, so he was 96 and had a rather long and fruitful life, but you know what? I think that makes it even more unbelievable he’s gone. I wish he could have seen 100. I’d love to ask him not just about his work in films, but also about growing up during the 1920s, attending picture theatres in the olden days, plus I bet he’d be a riot!
2. Eddie Albert
Again, he lived an extraordinarily long time (99 years of age) and was passionate about the environment and wholesome foods. More than talking about the movies, we could have an interesting conversation about environmental issues over an organic salad and freshly squeezed orange juice. I’d like to connect with actors over something other than just acting.
3. Peter Finch
Well, he certainly would be extremely colourful, I wouldn’t even try drinking with him (I’m a teetoaller), but I figure Finchy might need someone responsible to get him safely to a taxi once the night is over. He lived for many years in Australia, so that would be something we’d share, and I’m sure he’d have many stories to tell, plus he was Howard Beale in “Network”—need I say more? Another one no longer with us (so the above meetings are slated to never happen).
Julia Louis Dreyfuss
Though individually, I don’t think that would be a good group
Also, pretty much anybody in the David Lynch universe would be awesome to hang out with
1. Jean-Paul Belmondo
2. Will Ferrell (for real)
3. Amy Poehler
That’s what I think NOW, though. It’s a really hard question, though, since I have so many I would have absolutely no problem sitting down and chatting with.
Klaus Kinski, Orson Welles and Ingrid Bergman
and the backwards-speaking dwarf on the Twin Peaks series.
Tanna Frederick, Lucille Ball, Karen Black
Robert Redford, Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson
Besides the obvious Jack Nicholson and Bill Murray I would love to hangout with:
& John Goodman
Sorry I just have to pick 3 men and 3 women.
men – Steve Buscemi, Kurt Russell, Alec Baldwin
women – Glenn Close, Tanna Frederick, Candice Bergen