Last week, beloved author Stephen King made an interesting admission: he’s only walked out of one movie as an adult, and it was Michael Bay’s transformers back in 2007. While making this revelation on Twitter, he encouraged others to share the titles that saw them reach their own breaking point, and among the hundreds who replied to the prompt are some filmmakers and actors.
It’s not uncommon for people to hit a point watching a bad movie where they get the feeling “life is too short for this,” and you can evidently count The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden on that list (who has her own connection to Stephen King via having starred in Frank Darabont’s adaptation of The Mist). Holden recalled being a kid and barely able sit through any of Can’t Stop The Music – the pseudo musical biopic about The Village People that was released in 1980:
Can’t Stop The Music. I lasted 8 minutes and I was a kid…June 27, 2022
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