Ellen Mirojnick is a legend in costume design. Her work spans everything from Basic Instinct to Chaplin to Speed to the new HBO bio-pic Behind the Candelabra. I spent a really nice breakfast recently with Ellen talking about a lot of things. I’m going to break it into two interviews, but I wanted to share with you Ellen’s thoughts about making Liberace come to life – helping to transform Michael Douglas into a flesh and blood version of someone so flamboyant he could be easily disregarded as a cartoon. Ellen’s work on this film is jaw-dropping, and I can’t wait to see the film – it airs at 9PM Sunday night, May 26th, on HBO. Read on for more here and join us for breakfast, won’t you?
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Review Date: 4-2-2013
Release Date: 3-15-2013
Runtime: 100 min.
Period: Contemporary (flashbacks to 1980s)
Costume Designer: Dayna Pink
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is a very interesting movie, and the costumes are awesome. What kind of a dream job would it be to create a world of magic? To span a few decades doing so? To work with some of the best comedic talent in the process? I sat down with costume designer Dayna Pink to discuss her work on the show, and I will run that interview soon. But first, have a look at some of her outrageous and hilarious costumes.
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