“The Big Lebowski” was released in 1998, and the three actors sat down with “TODAY” to reflect back on production. They shared photos and stories, like how everyone was obsessed with John Turturro‘s character, and showed up on set to watch him film.
Buscemi also admitted that he didn’t get the script when he first read it, but obviously fell in love with the story, and his character, by the end.
#TheBigLebowski hit theaters 20 years ago, and our @HarrySmith had the chance to sit down with Jeff Bridges, John Goodman and Steve Buscemi in Los Angeles, where they picked up like no time had passed at all.
Bridges also shared some of his personal “Lebowski” photos with us! pic.twitter.com/OtxFDoFcS4
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) October 18, 2018
“The Big Lebowski” was actually a bomb in the box office, but developed a cult following with fans as the years went on. Today, the movie is so big, that its still celebrated during an annual festival, which Bridges sometimes attends.
If you haven’t relived the magic recently — time to throw on your favorite robe, pour a white Russian and enjoy one of the greatest movies ever made.
Well, that’s just like our opinion, man.