Maybe, says Peter Biskind, whose sources claim that an insecure Beatty "worried every speech to death" as the movie crumbled around him. That's a bad idea to begin with: like Scary Movie, parodies of a parody are on to a loser from the start.
Great cast, talented director, healthy budget, rubbish movie. Well, if rumours of on-set wrangling are to be believed, Warren Beatty takes a good portion of the blame, although surely he alone couldn't be responsible for the budget ballooning from m to more than m.
Atop that list, each team has a crown jewel: the one player it simply cannot Chandler Jones, DE/OLB Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim is going to earn his paycheck this spring.
Keim and the Cardinals face a series of tough decisions on defense, with a trio of key contributors about to hit the open market.
Of course, if the Cardinals could get a long-term extension worked out with Jones before the franchise-tag deadline, so much the better. Patrick Di Marco, FB The Atlanta Falcons are in an enviable spot.
It would afford the team additional cap flexibility and the ability to use that tag on another player.(COUGH! Except for that whole "living down the greatest collapse in Super Bowl history" thing. Di Marco ranked third among NFL fullbacks last year at Pro Football Focus, and tailback Devonta Freeman praised his lead blocker to reporters in the lead-up to the Super Bowl."That guy does everything unselfishly," Freeman said.