No Comeback for Patrick Swayze
Bad news for those hoping that the well-liked Patrick Swayze would get a second career wind from beyond.
One of the last movies made by the Ghost star was a period piece called Jump, in which he played the lawyer for a photographer who killed his father.
Sounds fascinating, but according to a friend of mine who just saw it, it wasn't (though there's a differently edited version making the rounds, which a recent festival audience seemed to like better).
Whatever the case, it's looking like Jump will hop straight to DVD at best.
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To add even more bittersweetness, the film is dedicated to Christopher Penn for some reason.
Maybe Penn was set to play a role when he died?
Hollywood is a creepy place.
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