I’m big on staying through movies until the closing credits end. I look out for all sorts of things, from mid-and-after-credits scenes to random jokes to the names of the people involved in making the movies. That’s how I came across my newest interview subject, Marian Green, whose name I saw listed among the stunt people for 1988’s Night Of The Demons when I recently viewed that cult classic on IMDB’s streaming service. I loved that movie, and seeing Marian’s name listed in the credits, I looked her up on IMDB.
After Genisys flopped, 20th Century Fox was about to mothball the whole concept of murderous robots traveling through time in fleshbags. The only person who could save the Terminator was James Cameron himself, and now he’s done just that. Fox has confirmed Cameron’s return to the franchise, which will make its big-screen debut July 26, 2019.
The first time I heard Tane McClure was in 2001 when I purchased the DVD of The Terminator and heard her music with the group Tryanglz playing in several scenes. I would then see her in the flesh when I received the DVD of Legally Blonde as a Christmas present in 2001. Ms. McClure had the small but memorable role of Elle Woods’ (Reese Witherspoon) mother, and she was just as lovely and kind as Reese was. As the years progressed, I would become familiar with her music released under the name Tane Cain, as well as her work in movies like Assault Of The Party Nerds 2: The Heavy Petting Detective. Several years before we became Facebook friends, I had reached out to her about an interview, but things came up including her entertainment industry work and my computer crashing in 2015. We became Facebook friends in 2017, and we spoke on June 20th about all aspects of her work. I hope you all enjoy getting to know this beautiful talent.