BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
Jenette Goldstein's Native American husband was in Walla Walla, Washington looking at property for them. We rode back to Burbank, CA on the same plane and met her briefly at the airport. Meanwhile, the Oscar winning creator of Alien, who pissed off the studio with his complaint about loot at the Awards show, was relegated to Milton-Freewater Oregon until his contract was up. He did commercial art while his wife, Mary, formerly with Tom Savini, cut my hair in a salon in Walla Walla's Eastgate marketplace!
Hate to break the news to Popcrunch, but being out of the movies or Hollywood is hardly the end of the world. Sometime that is just beginning.
This seems rather a mean-spirited article. I'd hardly say Carl Weathers is a nobody now--he's still working and has plenty of name recognition. Gary Busey's problems go back to the motorcycle crash that almost cost him his life (and a significant chunk of his brain).
One thing that Christopher Lambert's career decline is that the man is so profoundly myopic that he's close to being blind without corrective lenses, and he can't wear contact lenses. It's hard to be an action hero while wearing glasses - believe me I've tried.