Disney’s 2003 movie Freaky Friday has generated loads of followers over time. With Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan as a dynamic on-screen mom/daughter duo, you’ll be able to’t go improper. Apparently, the body-swapping film tugged on the heartstrings of Oscar-winning director Quentin Tarantino too.
The movie’s director, Mark Waters, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter on how Quentin Tarantino is an enormous fan of the movie — in addition to the Home of Blues audition scene.
“One time, I received cornered at a celebration by Quentin Tarantino, who outlined in nice element shot by shot that sequence of the Home of Blues to me. He was like outlining why it was a genius scene and an ideal ending for the film, and I used to be like, ‘That is cool man. Quentin Tarantino was like, fan-geeking me.’”
Quentin Tarantino Appreciated ‘Take Me Away’ and Others Did Too
Whereas the music Take Me Away was initially by the Australian punk rock band Lash, Freaky Friday helped popularize it.
Final week, pop band Meet Me @ the Alter coated the music for the deluxe model of their upcoming album Previous // Current // Future. The band mentioned in a press launch Lash had a giant affect on them rising up.
As the sequel is on the best way, we will solely hope a throwback of Take Me Away might be featured.