Vanity Fare

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"It's based on the ball and the bat that they have: If you make money, you're going to get the better parts or whatnot," he says. "It's kind of like a 'Fuck you, I'll show you. You don't give me this? You don't think I can be funny?' Monthly, that stuff comes along and you do it. If it's a $30 or $40 million movie and it's the lead, I'm probably not going to get it. But in a sense, it's kind of like, you know, 'I'll show you,' I still have that, I still have as much passion and as much 'fuck you' to them as I always have. But right now, it's like that whole Pia Zadora thing: As long as they're talking about you, that's what's good. There will be an interest."

Uh, Pia Zadora?

"You know, you remember Pia Zadora."

Sure. Uh, weren't you in a Pia Zadora film?

"Yeah, yeah," he says, flashing that crazy grin. "Raped her with a hose. Somebody had to."

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