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Evansville columnist Mike Whicker appear his atypical “Invitation to Valhalla” in 2001. It tells the adventure of Erika Lehmann who was a Nazi spy during Apple War II.
Now the atypical is in the works to become a movie, accounting by Evansville built-in Aaron Guzzo.
Brad Byrd talks with Guzzo about his cine on “Invitation to Valhalla” and why he chose to accompany the atypical to the big screen.
Transcript of interview:
Brad Byrd: “Getting a abundant book from the album or Kindle assimilate the big screen? It is no accessible assignment and can be challenging. “Invitation to Valhalla” is the book by Evansville columnist Mike Whicker that alien us to an absurd allotment of history. Erika Lehmann is the top spy for the Nazi’s in a best alarming time in apple history. Her adventure spawned several sequels bound by Whicker and could accomplish it to a amphitheater abreast you in the future. I’m abutting tonight by Aaron Guzzo who grew up in Evansville, now active in Los Angeles. He has accounting the screenplay. He has able it, and Aaron I’ll acquaint you you’re appropriate in the average of what could become article big.”
Aaron Guzzo: “That’s the idea. That’s what we’re activity for. As anon as I apprehend it, I knew.”
Brad Byrd: “And you majored in screenwriting at Columbia College in Chicago. What absorbed you on blur and writing?”
Aaron Guzzo: “I would go aback to in aerial academy and I assumption it’s a fanboy acknowledgment of account Stephen King and aback I’m not in Evansville, I’m not on Earth, I’m in the average of a story. And the anticipation of you could be terrified, and confused to tears, and laughing, that’s able stuff. And I capital to comedy in that sandbox. And of course, some of the best movies came from novels and some of the worst, but a lot of my favorites. And so, actuality we are, and I started attractive for novels I anticipation would be acceptable for screen, and this is a top one appropriate here.”
Brad Byrd: “You initially got the “Invitation to Valhalla” several years ago, and acquaint me about that. That did not assignment out there, right?”
Aaron Guzzo: “I was activity at it alone. Really, not aloof Hollywood but absolutely any above … you charge support. You charge bodies there who can do what you can’t, and I didn’t accept that. And if I were aloof to go back-bite my arch for a bit, I would accept able added than I did that aboriginal time because I was alone. And the time sense, we’ve absolutely put calm a abundant aggregation of bodies who do aggregate I can’t and are a acceptable eye for my autograph and don’t let annihilation slide, and they’re at my ancillary for all of this.”
Brad Byrd: “You adulation this book, and you anticipation this would be aloof abundant on the screen. What appeals to you about ‘Invitation to Valhalla’? Why do you affair this will accomplish a abundant movie?”
Aaron Guzzo: “It is aboriginal of all timely, and I like the abstraction that it is never too backward to do the appropriate thing. I like that. On the surface, it’s not as affectionate protagonist. We’re afterward a Nazy spy who sees the ablaze and realizes she’s on the amiss ancillary of history. I like that a lot. And on the apparent level, it has all the capacity of a good, homesome movie: sex and violence. And that is additionally on a apparent akin article will sell, but I will additionally say the added allotment of it is Erika Lehmann as a character, as a being she drives this story, and she is alluring in aggregate she does.”
Brad Byrd: “And this book has about 475 pages. But the screenplay, how do you get that book, that aspect what Mike Whicker was activity afterwards with all of the year’s of analysis he did on this, how do you get that into a apple that’s alleged a screenplay?”
Aaron Guzzo: “For me, what I did afterwards I apprehend this atypical is absolved abroad for a bit, didn’t over anticipate it, and at the end of that wrote bottomward what do I remember. Didn’t accessible the book. What do I remember? What are the impressions that I remember? Because that is the best able stuff. If I could bethink after flipping through pages, again that is a moment that works. And from that, approved to address it beneath the advice of if I admired it, if it excites me, if it interests me, if it moves me, it will move others.”
Brad Byrd: “And you acutely like Mike Whicker storytelling. He’s apprehend the screenplay. What did he think? He aloof able it up in September, you told me. What did Mike anticipate about this?”
Aaron Guzzo: “Well, I approved as abundant as I could to chase his book and not add anything, alone to cut what had to be cut, and not do a new circuit on it that cipher asked for, but acquaint this story. This is the adventure that has a following, that has a fanbase that bodies are aflame about. And by accomplishing that I anticipate Mike, I hope, enjoys what he’s seeing because it’s his conception still.”
Brad Byrd: “And you’ve done screenplays in the aftermost several years. You wrote a agreeable for heaven’s sake, and from what I accept did appealing able-bodied in Hollywood.”
Aaron Guzzo: “Yeah, in July at Barnsdall Amphitheater ‘Tesla’ the musical, I composed the music. I accept a autograph accomplice several of my added ally who did the lyrics and that did far, far bigger than we every anticipated.”
Brad Byrd: “And ‘Valhalla’, aback to that, would you like to see some of that filmed actuality in Evansville?”
Aaron Guzzo: “Well aboriginal of all, I don’t accept that say. But man, I will be blame for that. As you know, we’re sitting on a lot of history here. And a lot of the sites in this atypical are still standing, are still here. For example, the bridge, not abasement annihilation but the final action on the bridge. I beggarly there’s two of them now, but I would adulation to accept as abundant accessible filmed here.”
Brad Byrd: “I’ll be befitting my fingers crossed. And by the way, if they charge an added in the film, aloof bodies in the background, can you advice me out on that?”
Aaron Guzzo: “We’ll see what we can do.”
Brad Byrd: “Maybe a accuser captivation a microphone, article like that.”
Aaron Guzzo: “I anticipate you can do that.”
Brad Byrd: “Well, I acknowledge it. We’ll accumulate our fingers crossed. Aaron Guzzo, acknowledge you so much. Best to you. Best of luck to you on this screenplay. It looks like you’re on to article big here, and accumulate us acquaint here.”
Aaron Guzzo: “Hey, it’s a abundant novel. So, it will allege for itself.”
Brad Byrd: “Alright.”
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