There Was More To Kathy Bates’ Misery Character Than The Audience Saw On Screen
“Misery” was Kathy Bates’ first big film.
Rob Reiner’s adaptation of the hit Stephen King novel came in 1990, early on in Bates’ five-decade career.
“Misery” would precede “Fried Green Tomatoes,” King adaptation “Dolores Claiborne,” “Titanic,” and other films she’d become known for; arguably, her recent five-year run (in various roles) on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s “American Horror Story” series has become the genre work she’s best known for.
But before all of that, she took on the role of one of cinema’s greatest villainesses since Nurse Ratched.As written in King’s 1987 novel, Annie Wilkes is an obsessed…The post There Was More To Kathy Bates’ Misery Character Than The Audience Saw On Screen appeared first on /Film.
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