The box office figures of Joel Schumacher are not his only record.
The 79-year-old smash maker like "St. Elmo's Fire "," Batman Forever "and" The Lost Boys "recently gave Vulture an extensive interview in which he details some of the most legendary elements of his past, including his drug use and promiscuity.
"Have you ever guessed the number of partners you had?" Asked Interviewer Andrew Goldman, and Schumacher replied, "It would be two-digit thousands, but it's not unusual. . "
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"Two-digit thousands. Do you mean like 2,000 or 3,000? "Goldman responded." Schumacher corrected him by saying, "This is not a two-digit number, it's a one-digit number."
After Goldman corrected his estimate to "20,000 or 30,000," Schumacher reduced it to "10 or 20". (Again, that's a thousand.)
But the director is nonchalant with a record that embarrasses Wilt Chamberlain or Gene Simmons: "It's available," he says simply.
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"Now many gays get married, adopt or have children," Schumacher said later in the interview. "There was none when I was young. If you went to a gay bar and there were 200 men inside and you said, "Well, who wants to have a little house with a white fence, a dog and a child, raise your hand "or Who wants to be fucked tonight? "The concept of a beautiful suburban living or raising children was not a high concept."
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Schumacher's last major release in Hollywood was "Trespass", but in 2015, he diversified, making an Off-Broadway play and producing a television series.
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