Juliette Binoche admits she Is Ready To Stop Talking About 'Jurassic Park'
The Academy Award winner Juliette Binoche is finally getting really tired of being constantly inquired about "Jurassic Park." She was initially offered the role for the 1993 film which ultimately went to Laura Dern however Binoche gives her reason for not joining the great film as she was busy filming for the French film "Three Colors: Blue" with director Krzysztof Kieslowski.
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After having explained this openly to the public, she was bombarded with questions about rejecting the role in the 90s classic. These inquiries followed her to each and every interview she has been doing recently and now she says she regrets telling everyone the truth. While talking to HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleriduring a conversation about her new film "A Thousand Times Good Night, she said "I wish I'd never said that ever in my life.”
She also offered an apology to the director of Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg, for creating the story about the film's casting as she said "I'm so sorry, Steven. I'm so sorry. I wish I had done your film so I didn't have to go through that.” She concluded by saying "This is the last time I'm answering that question, Iwon't allow it anymore."
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