Seven months before to her untimely passing, Anne Heche discussed how she feared something she said might have cost her the role of Jerry Maguire, the 1996 romantic comedy with Tom Cruise. She revealed that she participated in a “screen test” for the role of Dorothy Boyd, which was ultimately played by Renée Zellweger, on Tuesday’s episode of the podcast “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef,” which was recorded in January.
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Heche claims that at the audition, she may have insulted Cameron Crowe, the director of the movie. “I said to myself, ‘I don’t know who she is since he’s not truly in love with her. I don’t know what this movie is about,’ I told you,’ she recalls saying. He didn’t truly adore her. She also wished he had feelings for her. “But you can’t do a love story where the male isn’t really in love with the girl,” I replied.
Heche, who prided herself on being extremely “logical,” asserted, “If [something] doesn’t make sense, I have the power to ask the question and learn.” She claimed, however, that over time she “learned” to “tame” her emotions and “shut [her] mouth a little bit. But that was back when I was only a crazy young kid. In addition to earning more than $273 million globally, “Jerry Maguire” received overwhelmingly positive reviews from both critics and viewers.
Cuba Gooding Jr. won Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars, while the movie also garnered three Golden Globe nominations, with Cruise taking home the award for Best Actor. Heche was aware of the film’s popularity. “Dude. Believe me, I am aware. I assure you. She told Yontef, “I know exactly what happened.
“I’ve made blunders in my life, like these. In my 12-step programme for acknowledging dumb things I’ve done, these are things I’m willing to say: “Tell Cameron Crowe his movie doesn’t make any sense.” She claimed that she “never saw Tom Cruise again,” although she wished she had.
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On August 5, the actress crashed into someone’s Los Angeles house. She was first described as being in stable health, but she then “slipped” into a coma and died. On August 12, she was pronounced brain dead. At the time, her representative told Page Six that she had a severe anoxic brain injury.
She was removed from life support on Sunday after her organs matched with a donor. Heche, who is said to have been driving while under the influence of cocaine at the time of the collision, was the subject of an investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department that was later closed.
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