Inside Jack Nicholson's Wild, Substance-Fueled A-List Parties - Biography
As an actor, he played the everyman with a roguish twinkle. And his home had the reputation as the wildest house in Hollywood. Even in his eighth decade, a bad-boy aura still sticks to the actor, despite his now living a quiet life out of the spotlight. Nicholson is the first to admit much of what makes up his Hollywood legend is true — at least to some degree. Once you deny that normal, simple, organic sexual flow, the country is going to move right. Especially at the peak of his career in the s and s.
I've heard them all. And yes, just so you know, they are all extremely creative ways to remind me that I'm bald. But times are changing. Being bald is now cool. We know this because, as we saw at the Academy Awards last Sunday night, Jack Nicholson has shaved his head.
The terminally ill Edward and Carter Chambers Morgan Freeman embark on a whirlwind tour of exotic locales, indulging in such boys-will-be-boys flights of irresponsibility as parachuting, racing cars with extreme recklessness, and flirting with attractive younger women. The odyssey begins inauspiciously in a hospital room in California, where Edward and Carter become unlikely roommates. Carter is a modest mechanic of modest means, and an apparently loving husband, father, and grandfather. He is also a trivia buff who talks back to Jeopardy! His affinities for offering anecdotes about world religions and spinning wisdom out of fun facts must have sent screenwriter Justin Zackham to the far ends of Wikipedia.