I have been incredibly blessed with success in my chosen career. I've worked my ass off and had the support and encouragement of those around me to keep climbing. But what if tomorrow I decided I was content with the place I'd reached in acting and planned to open a small coffee shop in Vermont? That job wouldn't necessarily be any easier, but I believe I would be considered less successful. My friends, some of them, would ask me if it was what I really wanted (code for "You're making a mistake"). My agent would think I was insane, and my family would definitely be confused. And if I didn't turn my little coffee shop into some world-renowned Magnolia Bakery of the north, if I kept it small and had a happy life, I probably wouldn't be considered a success at that either, which is ridiculous. [ Full article ]
From Variety: "The story will focus on the events surrounding the last days before his untimely death at the age of 39 in 1953 in New York, which included multiple visits to the White Horse Tavern in Greenwich Village."
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