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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Noah's Bark or A Rainy Day at the Movies

Oh dear! Yesterday it was pouring out! Derek's suggestion? "Let's go see Noah!" 
How appropriate I thought!

I put on my rain gear and my galoshes... pink, of course, and we headed to the movies!

When we picked up Meeko, he's a cat, he reminded me that Russell Crowe demanded that I be in the film. I can't believe that had slipped my mind but it was a while back. I've been busy. What can I say? There's just too much going on in my life. 

I went to the set for Russell's sake but there was just to much WATER for me!!! Not a fan of rain. It does nothing for my hair.

I shot a few scenes, stormed off the set and I called Derek to have him high tail me out of there! 

My word, it was sooooo very muddy that day. 

I was cast as Russell's orphaned daughter! Of course I am much younger than Mr. Crowe so I could not play his wife! Russell was so upset I left ...he almost dropped out of the film.

I tried to explained to him that all he did was bark throughout the delicate ears are too sensitive! And I was full of mud! MUD!!!  Not very Lili-lady-like.

But, I told him never quit! He was perfect for the part. He's just brilliant... save for all that yelling he was doing on the set the day I was there.

I do have a sense of entitlement... at least that's what Derek tells me!

Russell understood and treated me to spa day! Yay for me.

He begged that I would be the starring lead in his next flick! I told him I would take up with my manager.

OH, wait. How was the movie, you ask? It was okay. Derek pointed out that it didn't have much of a sense of humor but I informed him that this was a bible story. 

His only comment was, "I think along the way of building that ark they had a couple of laughs."

He fell asleep and missed a bit of it but we all know the plot and I will add that movie ends on an up note despite the fact millions of people are drowned.

I give it 3 out of 4 paws.

You all have a Lili-icious Day.