Double Dare Movie
New documentary, Double Dare, about legendary stuntwomen Jeannie Epper (Wonder Woman)
and ZoŽ Bell (Xena and Kill Bill),
Itís not often I hop a plane for work, but when I do, I invariably end up in L.A. (letís not even talk about the time I had to judge a model search in Kentucky. So wrong). And with the chance to crash a movie screening at Quentin Tarantinoís house in the Hollywood Hills, I was so ready. Want his address?
With my pal Shaana in tow, I grabbed our rented white Buick (no wonder the hotel guys at the Chateau Marmont ďlost our reservationĒ) and headed to the event. Then the heavens opened up and poured rain for 24 hours. And I mean freakiní poured.
Being an idiot, I packed my spikiest heels (Q.T.ís driveway is a hill unto itself, and a wet one at that). But maybe Iím not a complete dope, because I was able to bring the event flowers in my waterproof vinyl flower bag from Targetís Swell line. Itís just part of the very mod fashion line from Cynthia Rowley and Ilene Rosenzweig. A promotion girlís dream, it kept the Gerber daisies dry, but my shoes were headed for the trash.
The rain kept 99.9 percent of the celebrities away (more parking space for my big-ass Buick), but I did get to see Quentin himself (I call him Quentin), who was bouncing off the walls, and incredibly friendly. Luke Wilson slunk in after the flick was over, looking hot even with a porn star mustache. My favorite was Lucy Lawless, who ate a big hunk of chocolate, drank Coke and was totally funny. Why the hell were we there? To support the new documentary, Double Dare, about legendary stuntwomen Jeannie Epper (Wonder Woman) and ZoŽ Bell (Xena and Kill Bill), by director Amanda Micheli. With Quentinís strong support, Micheli hopes to get the flick distributed soon. Look for it.
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