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An Interview with Richard Riehle, Star of Finding Waldo

by Mike Haberfelner

April 2015

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Your upcoming movie Finding Waldo - in a few words, what is it about?


The eccentric owner of an insurance company stands to lose an incredible amount of money, unless he can prove in 3 days that a writer for whom he has written an "anti-writer's block" policy is faking his inability to write. He sends his mailroom monkey, Chance, an ex-football player on parole to his company, to prove the author in question, Waldo, to be a malingerer. Chance and Waldo break out of the mental hospital where Waldo is being held, and thus begins a frenetic road picture to rival It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.


How did you come on board the project?


As with all great creative endeavors, alcohol was involved. I had the good fortune of working with Bo Keister [Bo Keister interview - click here], on a wonderful comedy-horror concoction called Cabining, and we ran into each other again at a late night screening of the film in Hollywood. Over a few libations while waiting for the film to start, he mentioned a film he was looking forward to doing and thought there might be a role in it I could be right for. A clink of bottles and the process began.


So how will you approach your character?


Very, very carefully. Our screenwriter Blu de Golyer [Blu de Golyer interview - click here] has created a complex, nuanced and real character, with enough underlying madness, fear and bravado, that he can swing from one end of the spectrum to the other, like that daring young man on the flying trapeze. And believe me Cyrus is definitely working without a net. He thinks he is controlling Chance, but is someone pushing Cyrus' buttons?


How could you relate to Finding Waldo's brand of humour?


The most enduring, lasting and heartfelt humor comes out of reality. When you can recognize a part of yourself in what the characters are doing, how they are doing it, and the mistakes they make along the way, as an audience your responses can run the gamut from: how will he ever get out of this predicament, to he's not really going to try that, to OMG not only is he doing that but the person he's trying it on is making a very real, human choice that is throwing the best laid plans of mice and men completely awry. And so it goes, producing a constant burble of excitement and amusement, punctuated by moments of trepidation, and guffaws to the continual enjoyment of all involved.


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So what's the schedule ... and any idea when and where the film might be released onto the general public yet?


As the funding comes together, I gather we're shooting for a fall start, the hope being to get the film completed in time for festivals and film markets. Timing is so important, so that as good as a film is, and this one will be great, it doesn't get lost in the plethora of product and everyone will be Finding Waldo.


Thanks for the interview!


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