Well this feels relevant again ... #MLSCupPlayoffs
@EdwardNorton @washingtonpost Although Norton grew up in Columbia, he's grown to be a proud, protective New Yorker. "When L.A. people roll into New York to make a New York movie, they make a very, very different kind of movie than when New York people who have lived there for 30 years make a New York movie."
@EdwardNorton @washingtonpost Norton wrote Willem Dafoe's character (Paul Randolph) as a stand-in for his grandfather, James Rouse, a developer who founded Columbia, Md. “When [Paul] says to Lionel, ‘To serve people, you have to love people,’ that is literally something my grandfather would say in speeches."