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By Christopher Stipp

Archives? Right Here…

Instead of manning-up and actually going the emotionally hard route of being outrightly rejected by publishers, I’m rejecting them first and allowing you to give my entire book a preview, let you read the whole thing or, if you like, download the whole damn thing at no cost. Download and read my first book “Thank You, Goodnight” for FREE.

Hijacked.

Hijacked is the only way I can explain how the final moments of this interview went. Specifically speaking, and without looking at the tape to be sure, I remember talking to Ben and Thomas about BALLS OF FURY and then a wandering James “David Lo Pan” Hong comes right into the room and just devolves the moment into one big question mark about what just happened.

The looks on both Thomas’ and Ben’s faces were priceless as I would say mine was with the exception that I was the guy working the camera. I know there was a lot of apologizing going around but it wasn’t necessary in the slightest; it was equal parts bizarre and hilarious.

Much like BALLS OF FURY.

The movie, which really seems like one complete extension of the idea of what would happen if you made a film about competitive table tennis, mixed in some classic Christopher Walken goodness and set the whole thing to a raging Def Leppard soundtrack. You can’t really go wrong with a comedy that takes itself so seriously when it comes to its premise and executes it with the subtle funny we’re used to getting out of the creative minds behind the production.

BALLS OF FURY is currently at theaters everywhere.

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