Sunday, September 27, 2009

Stayin' Alive with Jamie Sives

Did you ever have one of those things you stumble over and you go nooo no way , but at same time you going hell yes and are laughing and cant wait for it actually to be real/see it/know it to be fact? Such is the case for me last week when I was watching an interview with one of the stars of Gurinder Chadha's upcoming It's a Wonderful Afterlife, when Sendhil made some new comments about the credits of the movie and what the cast-which includes the ever fabulous Jamie Sives as Detective Hughes- that make me just coo in delight at the prospect.. witness:

That director loves music on her films. Did she make you sing?Sendhil Ramamurthy: "No singing. I did do some dancing. She likes to do the credits so it's actually going to be a Bollywood-style version of 'Staying Alive.' It's 'Staying Alive' but they did a Bollywood version of it."

And do you do the John Travolta pose? Sendhil Ramamurthy: "I'm afraid I do. I do."How long did it take her to convince you to do that?Sendhil Ramamurthy: "A disturbingly little time, but I now regret it thoroughly."

HAHAHAH YES YES YES! Omg dancing with Jamie would be heaven sent as it is lol (sing, dance, talk to, be in same area together, breathe same air lol), but but but ajkljaklj ajkh wheee! ... I am so hoping we get to see this on screen. We are roughly the same age, so I know he and well frankly all of us know the Bee Gees so this is just toooo funny, cant wait! Right now tis scheduled to open end of March, 2010.

One quick other update that I tweeted about last week: Danis Tanovic's Triage starring Jamie Sives and Colin Farrell will be opening the Rome Film Festival on October 15. It will screen at 19:30, then again on the 16th and 17th at 20:00. Tickets go on sale this week (28th)

1 comment:

  1. Hey! LOL I love movie credits ending with stuff like that, with out takes or a musical number.

    Even better if we get to see Jamie in it - I do hope he did get involved in that!

    Thanks for posting that snippet Sue. I have been somewhat absent - am caught up WAY TOO much with Grand Final fever - my rugby league team amazingly made it! Whoo Hoo Am going overboard way too much, but it's so much fun!

    If you have access to Spike TV you will be able to watch the Grand Final Sunday 4th October at 11 am (ET/PT). I think you would enjoy it! (very physical, and no padding! LOL)

    Here's a link to Spike TV, but their website is nearly 3 weeks behind with the "next game"!! (We demolished the Gold Coast Titans!)


    *Go Parra!*