S6E2: My Heart Will Go On | James Cameron and Linda Hamilton & John Lennon and Cynthia Lennon
It’s listener request time! This week, Stacie covers filmmaker James Cameron, who spent much of his adult life engaging in something like serial monogamy and abusing the heck out of his subordinates. When he wasn’t making actors pee in wetsuits, he was marrying and divorcing in quick succession, most notably to Terminator actress Linda Hamilton. Then, Alicia puts some realism into the man, the myth, the legend, John Lennon. Turns out that the voice of a generation was pretty awful in his first marital go-round.
Music, sources, and more at trashydivorces.com.
James Cameron: Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers Series), edited by Brent Dunham.
Linda Hamilton: ‘Everyone’s terrified of James Cameron. I’m not’
Linda Hamilton gives RARE interview about ex-husband, director James Cameron
The Unmade Films of James Cameron
One Of James Cameron’s Ex-Wives Tells Tales Of His Huge Ego
John, by Cynthia Lennon.
A Twist of Lennon, by Cynthia Lennon.
Inside John Lennon’s ‘Lost Weekend’ Period, by Colin Bertram.
John Lennon Wife – Cynthia Lennon EXCLUSIVE 30 Minute BBC Interview & Life Story
Why did John Lennon largely ignore his first son Julian?
….Cynthia clips from ”The Real John Lennon.”
John’s Aunt Mimi 1981 UK Interview
John Lennon’s Sister Talks About Growing Up With Her Beatle Brother | Good Morning Britain
Julian Lennon Gets Candid About His Late Father, The Beatles’ John Lennon
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