O'Brien and Sherman made some changes to the text and the original casting. Among other things, the actor Jonathan Adams, who played the character on the stage of the criminologist interprets the plot, he was assigned to the role in the film Dr. Everett Scott, a former science teacher Brad and Janet, two travelers to visit when they find themselves on a stormy night which leads them to the castle of Frank N. Porter, and the role was cast player distinguished criminologist Charles Gray appeared in two James Bond films: in 1967 he played a fellow agent of the Bond film "You Only Live Twice", and two years later played the main villain, Ernst Tim curry personal life Diamonds forever. Rachel Anderson "Gray, born in 1928, died in 2000.
Perhaps to attract the American audience, the filmmakers cast roles Brad and Janet, a couple of young lovers who find themselves in the castle of Frank N. Porter, two American players starting their careers. Job Brad Majors Barry rocky horror picture show cast in 1972 who played Danny Zhukov in the original production of the Broadway musical "Grease," "Rocky Horror Picture Show" was his first film. "Rocky Horror" was the eighth film of Susan Sarandon, first role was in 1970 film by John Wilson "Joe" was a surprise hit.
The film premiered in London on 14 August 1975 and in Los Angeles on September 26 of that year. Most visitors slaughtered the movie (but praised the appearance of Tim curry movies in the lead role), and the audience is not the only river to the Los Angeles Film screened the film. Therefore, the company decided to 20th Century Fox, which distributed the film in the United States, to cancel its screening in eight other cities, including New York, where the film was supposed to go on Halloween. Now is not entirely given up the film and put it in the film by Brian De Palma "Phantom of the Paradise" from 1974, which he combined elements of horror movies rock music, and is not a financial success, and a pair of films screened together on campuses across America. Again the film was not a success.
The change occurred on April 1, 1976. Following the success of the midnight screenings of films such as "Pink Flamingos" by John Waters, screened "Rocky Horror Picture Show" at midnight at the cinema and Waverly in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, and thus was born the phenomenon that continues to this day. By the end of 1979 has been screened "Tim curry biography" at midnight weekends soon to 250 theaters across the United States.
Where are they now
What happened to the heroes of "Tim curry music"? Susan Sarandon's career was gaining just two years after the "Tim curry legend", where in 1978 she played the mother of Brooke Shields film controversial Louis Mallet’s "Pretty Girl", and in 1980 the emergence of the Al film "Atlantic City" alongside Burt Lancaster, earned her first Oscar nomination (she and French director were a couple until his marriage to actress Candice Bergen). Barry Batik movies appeared mostly negligible, and most of his success was in the theater (in 1977 he won a Tony Award for his performance in the musical ("Tim curry stroke" and TV (he played the New York Mayor successful comedy series "Spin City" alongside Michael J. Fox and then alongside Charlie Sheen).
Tim curry married also appeared in numerous films and television, but most of his success was in the theater. He was nominated for the Tony Award three times: first in 1981, when he played the character of Mozart in the original production of "Amadeus" (The award was Ian McClellan, who played at this performance the Saltier; similar thing happened when Peter Shaffer's play, the film was Miles Forman, F. Murray Abraham, who played Saltier in the film, won an Oscar - and Tom Halsey played the Amadeus), he was nominated for the second time in 1993, when starred in the musical version of the movie "my favorite year of life" (as the film played Peter O'Toole), and the third time in 2004 when he played King Arthur hit musical "Tim curry married." List of films includes sub appearances in films such as "Annie," "Rocky Horror star Tim Curry," "Home Alone 2," "Charlie's Angels" and "Tim Curry's Stroke "; television recently he played the brother of John Cheese in one chapter series "Will & Grace"this news is resourced by http://www.mouse.co.il/CM.articles_item,1019,209,48302,.aspx