wonderpanzer (./386) :
ce qu'il y à de mieux c dans ce film c'est le générique d'intros et Bill Murray
Petit apparté : dans ce film, quand on demande à Bill Murray s'il a des regrets, il dit "Garfield, peut-être".
C'est en effet lui qui fait la voix de Garfield dans le film, mais il s'est piégé lui-même. C'est amusant de lire ce qu'il disait à ce sujet dans cette interview :
I thought it would be kind of fun, because doing a voice is challenging, and I'd never done that. Plus, I looked at the script, and it said, "So-and-so and Joel Coen." And I thought: Christ, well, I love those Coens! They're funny. So I sorta read a few pages of it and thought, Yeah, I'd like to do that...So they went off and shot the movie, and I forgot all about it. Finally, I went out to L.A. to record my lines. And usually when you're looping a movie, if it takes two days, that's a lot. I don't know if I should even tell this story, because it's kind of mean. [beat] What the hell? It's interesting. So I worked all day and kept going, "That's the line? Well, I can't say that." And you sit there and go, What can I say that will make this funny? And make it make sense? And I worked. I was exhausted, soaked with sweat, and the lines got worse and worse. And I said, "Okay, you better show me the whole rest of the movie, so we can see what we're dealing with." So I sat down and watched the whole thing, and I kept saying, "Who the hell cut this thing? Who did this? What the *bleep* was Coen thinking?" And then they explained it to me: It wasn't written by that Joel Coen.
tl;dr, Bill Murray avait signé les yeux fermés pour Garfield sans vraiment lire le script parce qu'il a confondu Joel Cohen
avec le duo des frères Ethan et Joel Coen
dont il adore le travail.