The longer version of the interview will follow in a day or two.
Michael discusses everything from his role in THE TERMINATOR, to big budget movies ( Tombstone, Abyss), to how technology has impacted the film business.A clean T-shirt and classic jeans (not the overdesigned styles that have been unfortunately popular lately) will be fine for almost all of L. If you want to go a bit nicer, just throw a black blazer on top. I kicked around in Hollywood a bunch, and I have seen and done some exciting things. Today I am more focused on my new projects and living in the present. A funny thought came to mind today: Doing this column is like going on a blind date. You end up rambling on about a lot of bullshit, and you never know if you’ll ever see the other person again … Personally, I'm not surprised that, as always follows in the wake of any big movie announcement, the rumour mill has started to spin faster than fact. We'll have the rest of the interview in full in due course.Although he never achieved A-list status, he remained a staple of genre movies, often turning up as authority figures in later years, playing sheriffs in both the cult horror film "Cherry Falls" and in the '70s schlock film homage-to-end-all-homages, "Grindhouse," from filmmakers Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino.films inevitably arose, with Biehn being kind enough to humour us with his audition story through to his scepticism about initially becoming part of the first film. But I'd be incredibly surprised if years of disinterest from Michael Biehn could suddenly be brushed away, especially when new director, Justin Lin, is no more or less distinguished than Mc G or Jonathan Mostow were in Lin's position.I know it’s not like that in most places, which must make it very difficult to avoid consuming some sort of poison. I’m planning a trip to Los Angeles this fall, and I’m afraid my typical wardrobe won’t be cool enough. I’m not too concerned with fashion, but do yourself a favor and age gracefully.You see a lot of guys in their 30s who are trying to dress like they’re 21, and it never looks good. You can ask Michael your own questions in future issues of Rosebud.In an exclusive interview, Biehn spoke candidly to me at length about every film and role in his career that I chose to ask about, including his thoughts on such topics as playing a white supremacist, casting trouble on He even took me to task at one point, to make sure that I was paying attention to the specifics of the point he was making, which ended up making us both laugh, even if I did utterly panic for a second.There were a couple of questions that I omitted on this occasion, including his potential casting as Peter Parker, back when Cameron was set to make a film adaptation of , but I was still given more of an insight into his working life than I could have ever asked for.Michael Biehn, for my money, is the most under-appreciated actor of them all.