Alicia Silverstone never remembered to take her makeup off at the end of the day, and it would make her break out.
Instead of making it a thing, Heckerling opted for Cher to find out, accept it, and move on — with Christian becoming a mainstay in her life and the reason Tai doesn't fall to her death in the mall. "I got a letter from GLAAD that was very happy," Heckerling shares.
Like in the driver seat during her scene with Ron Orbach aka the Messiah of the DMV. "Again, eyes closed, looking like she's sleeping or something, I couldn't tell. Costume designer Mona May avoided dressing characters in black.'s aesthetic was relatively simple: fun, carefree, and in the words of Heckerling, "slutty was not a part of it.""They were teenage girls that couldn't drive yet," she elaborated. But nobody was wearing bondage-y shit or overtly cleavage-y things." Adds May, "She wanted the palette to be really happy, very vibrant.
But when action is called, her eyes open, she goes, and it's basically spot-on: hits every line, every moment, perfectly. I think there are maybe two or three, maybe four things, that are black." 4.
[I would do] it for me, and for the movie, and for what it might have meant to other people and other roles and teenagers questioning their sexuality at that point in the lives."Follow Anne on Twitter.
Choosing what to include is always the toughest part of putting together our episodes, and our latest episode with Cher was no different.