We’ve been reading and greatly enjoying the various write-ups about Rob Reiner‘s receipt on Monday night of the Film Society of Lincoln Center Chaplin Award. And to veteran New York journalist Paula Schwartz goes the FishbowlNY prize for most entertaining and exhaustive such summary, shared via the website reellifewithjane.com.
It’s not quite the how-to-fake-an-orgasm scene in When Harry Met Sally… But as Schwartz recounts, there were some memorable real-life fireworks during the making of the rom-com, courtesy of cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld:
Also during that shoot, Sonnenfeld introduced Reiner to his future wife, Michele Singer, a photographer. He thought they would make a perfect couple and on a double date, he heard Reiner tell Michele, who smoked cigarettes, “You know, you really shouldn’t smoke. It’s not good for your health.” Reiner’s future wife countered, “And you shouldn’t be so f***ing fat.”
Holy cow! We believe this is known as turning up the flow of a first date to “11.” Reiner was previously married to Penny Marshall.
[Photo of Singer, Reiner at fall 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street premiere: Debby Wong/Shutterstock.com]
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