Patricia Arquette, an entertainer, maintains that because she is “a notoriously terrible auditioner,” she was not cast in the 1996 parody Jerry Maguire close by Tom Voyage.
The performer admitted to Assortment, “Everyone was saying, ‘Goodness, this is only a custom, you will peruse with Tom Journey for ‘Jerry Maguire,’ yet this is your part, you got it,’ and I blew it.”
Arquette stated, “The personality of Dorothy Boyd was finally played by Renée Zellweger.” She was perfect, and I truly believe she was better for it.”
“I just heard on this digital recording a day or two ago that our friend informed the projecting chief that Brad Pitt and I were her choice because we were the first people to look at “The Entryways,” and she asked, “For what reason would we say we are having additional tryouts?” Arquette remarked, “They were fantastic.”
The Entryways was not booked by Arquette or Pitt.
“I’m a terrible auditioner because I don’t think that’s done work… I want to build layers with the person and that other person and change from one take to the next based on how my personality feels about them.”
“Entertainers are unable to enter that state of mind with the projecting chief; they have no bearing.” They are shooting themselves at home, modifying it, repeating it, selecting their number one, and sending it in.”
Arquette stated, “There’s a great deal you don’t have the foggiest idea.” As an entertainer, you have to put in a lot of effort, take a chance, and have a good time, but you have to let it go because it is no longer your problem.”