For Immediate Release: James Carville knows something about making sausage!
As the NY Daily News tells us, James Carville has a cameo in Brad Pitt’s new movie "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" where campaign consultant James Carville has a pivotal role playing Missouri Governor Thomas Crittenden.
According to the Daily News, Carville “gives a crisp performance” in a scene where he tells Ford (Casey Affleck) that he wants gunslinger James dead. But director Andrew Dominik swears he'll never work with Carville again.
"I didn't want to hire him in the first place," Dominik said. "He came unprepared. He couldn't get his lines out right. It's like he has ADD. It took us three hours to shoot that one small scene."
Carville invokes his First Sausage Amendment Rights Below:
"Hey, someone called me and asked if I wanted to be in the movie. I flew out to Calgary. I'd come from four other things. Did I nail it the first time? No, it took a little while. Casey Affleck helped out a lot. But I think we had fun…. (here comes the best part)
"No one is going to confuse me with Laurence Olivier…who cares how the sausage is made? It's how it tastes!"
“Who cares how the sausage is made?”
Enough about that boring and tasteless e-coli tainted beef patty recall story that made twenty-five people in eight states really “sick” (code for got the shits really, really bad and probably worse) by bacteria that contaminated 21.7 million pounds of ground beef (special thanks to some grind shop out of Elizabeth, New Jersey.)
Can’t wait to see the movie!