Wednesday, October 17, 2007

NY Daily News Blind Item

Which legendary, aging Hollywood producer has his office fitted with leading-man lighting to bolster his fading mystique? "It looks like he has a key and a fill light," laughs one recent visitor.

13 comments:

lisa said...

Robert Redford

Unknown said...

Robert Evans?

Anonymous said...

Robert Evans totally.

Mama Crass said...

Yeah, I think Evans, too.

Unknown said...

I ditto - sounds exactly like the legendary Robert Evans. I have his book - 'The Kid Stays in the Picture.' Fascinating read.

SpaSuzy said...

Robert Evans isn't aging....Robert Evans is OLD!

Unknown said...

Help please...What is a key and fill light? I know I can google it but just thought I ask here.

Kelsey said...

key light is the main light on a subject and fill is opposite the key to fill in (clever name) the side the key doesn't hit. they're part of 3-point lighting and usually go with a backlight as well.

a better explanation: http://www.mediacollege.com/lighting/three-point/

Unknown said...

Thanks kelsy!!!

Susan said...

How about Warren Beatty ?

Anonymous said...

i started thinking robert evans before i even finished reading.

jax said...

Robert Evans fo sure...hahah he's probably had that light in there since the 70's but positoned rigggghhht over the 'couch'..lol.
Old vain fart.

Maja With a J said...

I need lights like that in my cubicle at work. Seriously.

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