Published July 7, 2009
Tags: A Million Little Pieces, Beaufort, Bright Shiny Morning, DreamWorks, I Am Number Four, James Frey, Lowcountry, Michael Bay, My Friend Leonard, Oprah Winfrey, Pat Conroy, South Carolina, The Beaufort Gazette, The Hollywood Reporter, Transformers
A pyrotechnics expert on "Transformers" asks director Michael Bay how big a bomb is needed in this scene, and Bay says, "Just make a bomb so large it would vaporize the entire crew... and then back it off a little bit."
The Hollywood Reporter has a pretty interesting story that says Dreamworks has already signed up for some more rip-roaring, post-Transformers Bay-os. It also involves one of the literary world’s most controversial figures — none other than James Frey, the fallen memoirist who admitted to fabricating the bejesus out of “A Million Little Pieces,” his 2005 account of drug addiction and rehabilitation. Continue reading ‘Dreamworks says yes to a little more Bay-os’