Video - Terence Stamp Talks About Music, The Final Song And Groupies In 'Unfinished Song' Interview
Terence Stamp Talks About Music, The Final Song And Groupies In 'Unfinished Song' Interview
Terence Stamp talks about his new film 'Unfinished Song' in which he stars alongside Vanessa Redgrave in a press junket interview. He discusses his musical background, his feelings on set and Terence Stamp groupies.
Asked about his musical background, Terence reveals, 'Chris, who was my younger brother. he discovered The Who and he became the manager of The Who and he was the first guy to record Hendrix, so through him I got to know all the great icons of the 60s pop scene.' He also mentions how the final song of the film took place. 'Actors are always hoping that their acting will be backed up by real emotion and that was the case in this movie', he says. 'So by the time we got to the song, it was just the last evening of the last day and we only had time for one take really so that song is it.' He also makes a reference to his recent encounter with some 'Man Of Steel' screening-goers in a men's bathroom when asked if he had any groupies. 'Terence Stamp groupies are reserved for General Zod. I meet them in the bathroom at the 'Man of Steel' showing', he laughs.