The premiere of my documentary is tonight. At last, after all this time! It’s called Rip Rip Hooray! You can get tickets at the Silent Movie theater on Fairfax in West Hollywood, but I’ve heard they’re all sold out… thank God!
I’m going to the screening now. I’ll let you know how the crowd liked it… or not. If they didn’t, I won’t tell you. At last! Rip Rip Hooray!
Flash Flash Flash! I was searching through the television channels to see what movies were on and at 3:30 to 6 on the Sundance channel – California time – the movie I was in with Demi Moore, Robert Redford and Woody Harrelson is on! That’s right, “Indecent Proposal.” I love the fact that it’s still alive and moving… like me! I just thought you should all know.
My documentary, after all this time, is finished, or so I’m told. I won’t tell you how many years it’s been! It’s outrageously terrible that it would take so long, but it’s coming soon and it’s called Rip Rip Hooray! Keep looking for it. I saw it, and it’s not bad! I hope you all enjoy it. Talk to you soon, thanks all for all the kind words and Rip Rip Hooray!
PS: My scenes in Indecent Proposal are in the first 40 minutes, so whatever your time zone is, maybe you’ll still catch me. I’ll tell you all about meeting those three people… lots to tell. Show business is my life! Onward and upward!
I was coming out of my doctors office two days ago in Beverly Hills and one of those photographers from “the rags” photographed me coming up the street. I begged him “Please don’t picture the cane! Hide the cane, my feet hurt!” Well, in this week’s issue of The Globe Newspaper, as of yesterday (Princess Diana is on the cover), you’ll see a photograph of me, walking down Beverly Hills, after a foot appointment, using a cane. Tacky. Ah well, onto bigger and better things. Thanks Everybody! Busy busy busy! Why the Tron picture, I hear you asking? Because it’s better than a picture of me with $%&^* cane!
I finally got more news about my documentary. It’s going to show in June in two theaters here in Los Angeles. That’s what I’m told, but I’ve been told a lot of things. It’s been 5 years. It was July 2011 when they told me it would be out soon… We’ll see.
Dear Deadpool, I can’t stop laughing at your YouTube post. I’m a big fan of you and a big fan of SNL, and obviously you have me mixed up with another Taylor, of which there are many – but I ain’t that one! Keep up the good work! PS: Tell Ryan I like his work too!
OK, I don’t have the secret to life. But now that I’ve got your attention:
My webmaster and I are going to make a list of all of the people I’ve worked with that are stars, became stars, or were stars. There will be no order to it, just what I think of off the top of my head. Keep an eye out. I’ll put it on my website at RipTaylor.com when it’s ready.
“Rip Rip Hooray” my documentary, is coming out soon! The producers of the documentary started filming me 3 1/2, almost 4 years ago. I was shocked at how long it takes to do something like a documentary. You and I, dear reader, would have finished it in 15 minutes. They had all of the materials… I understand they have to get rights, and that takes quite a long time, among other things, but… Anyway, keep an eye out because it’s coming out soon. I want to add a special thanks to Frank Kelley and his crew who got me started with the documentary. I can’t believe it’s finally finished!
A special thanks to John Oliver and his staff. He comes back to his show in February and I’m hoping for a call!
My Birthday is this month, as you all know. I don’t want to discuss my age, so please don’t ask! I just like to think about how happy I am to still be performing. With the help of my webmaster (you should all hire him), we’ll get that celebrity list done soon!