Chris Farley's Shrek would've been very different from the ogre we know.
This absolutely could have been a real film. A wonderful, glorious film.
In 1997, Chris Farley died of a drug overdose at the age of 33. His memory lives on through his work, and this summer that
And when things don't work out, he breaks down just like anybody would. Image: Giphy Image: Giphy And he knows the importance
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Darren Aronofsky is one of the most visionary directors of his generation, a filmmaker who isn't afraid to challenge an audience or to entertain it. I may not always like his films but they always give me a lot to think about.
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Via Death and Taxes Farley went on to debut with "SNL" about two months later in an episode hosted by "Twin Peaks" star Kyle