I have yet to read this, pretty sure it's just the same old ramblings of a delusional douchebag who has gone off the deep end. So, without further ado, more from Arthur Kadyshes...
One of the dangers in picking a monologue to use in front of top agents and casting directors from an amazing movie like “Wedding Crashers” is that people in “The Biz” may have trouble seeing The Kade version of the character (Because I am much better looking then Vince with more hair, slightly shorter, and more confident, I wanted to show the character from my standpoint), in the differences in nuances, facial expressions, and even emotions, and when I take on a movie character that’s in a movie, I want everyone to see my ability to change the character to maximize my strengths and talents, and also show “The Biz” that a successful rising actor like me has the versatility to adapt. Even Though I can see Vince and I being good friends soon, and making “Fratire” movies together, I think that we bring different elements to the table which make us so special.
I have spent hours and hours breaking down the Jeremy Grey character, and watching the movie, and breaking down the film (All successful athletes become experts at seeing a play and team develop, and I am bringing my athlete mindset to the development of characters in future hit movies that I will star in), and I wanted to add more “Machismo”, and a lot of Kadeness to the character (I associate with Jeremy because we are both players who don’t like dating and as I told Sharon today, “I see it as an exercise in futility that leads to what I can get just by buying a girl a couple of drinks”), where I think Vince played him very goofy, aloof, and douchebaggish. I am confident to the point of cockiness, so it was a stretch to have to pull back and become what is not me.
When I met with Sharon, I explained my vision to her, and when we continued to break down the script (I am still a bit raw on the lines as you will see in this video, but it’s getting where it needs to be), she helped me focus through improv exercises, and talking the scene out to see, “That Jeremy is me when my mom (My mom once hooked me up with a Russian F.O.B ((Fresh Off the Boat)) 7 who thought I really wanted to be on a date with her, and when I tried to make out with her she said, “I don’t do that on the first date!”, and I responded, “No Biggie, cuz there won’t be a second date”) and other people try to hook me up with girls that aren’t even close to my league, and I get so frustrated that they don’t understand that Arthur Kade only plays with the best”, and I finally found the emotion that brings Grey to life, and that is frustration. I become so annoyed and frustrated when people “Try to hook me up with girls”, because people always think a 6 is an 8 or 9 because they are friends or relatives, and then I have to be rude and blow the person off since they are homely, and should date an attorney or accountant, not a future movie star. Girls especially will never talk down on one of their friends, but I can read when a girl is less than an 8 because I will ask, “Is she stripper hot?”, “How big are her tits and ass?”, “Has she Modeled?”, and the best one, “Has she dated any other famous people besides me (So I know she’s cool in the Tabloid world I have to deal with)?” I then check her out with The Entourage on Facebook (Greatest invention outside of my blog of all time), and decide whether or not I want to have her.
Frustration is so difficult for me to feel because I have pretty much dominated at anything I have put my mind to (A person on Walnut Street today called me a “Hero”, and I responded “Thank you, but REAL heroes are people who did stuff to save lives in 9/11 like the NYPD”, although the more I thought about it walking to my car, people like all of us have the same make-up because I am saving lives with “The Journey” as well, although I am no where near their courage), and especially with girls that I want (I am thinking about doing videos where I pick up random girls on the street and show the world the different ways that you can seduce a girl and have her that night for a quickie, then get her out of the crib, and then back out again to find more fun), so Sharon did an amazing job in getting me to a point of annoyance and frustration, and I will see her again tomorrow to continue working on Jeremy to prepare for my BIG auditions in front of the top commercial and movie agents in NYC in 3 weeks.
“Sometimes I love my fans like I would my children”…Arthur Kade…08/31/09
Here is the First “Unscripted Rough Draft” of Jeremy Grey (I am still getting the lines down so it will get better) and a new “The Kween”: