Death Becomes Her (1992) Official Trailer – Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn Movie HD

When a novelist loses her man to a movie star and former friend, she winds up in a psychiatric hospital. Years later, she returns home to confront the now-married couple, looking radiant. Her ex-husband’s new wife wants to know her secret, and discovers that she has been taking a mysterious drug which grants eternal life to the person who drinks it. The actress follows suit, but discovers that immortality has a price.

Trivia

In several scenes, references to deceased musicians and actors are visible. When Bruce Willis‘s character falls through the glass roof and lands in the pool, Jim Morrison can clearly be seen with a girl. Later on, an extra playing James Dean turns around (with his signature hairdo) as Willis steals his Grey Spider. During the big welcome address at the ball, Elvis Presley is scolded for making random public appearances, an urban myth long-held by his fans that think he’s still alive but hiding from the public eye.

In an interview Meryl Streep revealed that she assumed the role of Helen (Goldie Hawn‘s character) was meant for her. Not the “song-and-dance” role of Madeline.

The film underwent some major re-editing after negative feedback at test screenings. The entire ending was changed. Tracey Ullman‘s role disappeared completely, even though she remained in the trailer.

During the description of the plot to kill Madeline, there was a quick shot of the folder being stamped “case closed” at a desk. Also on the desk was a brain in a glass jar labeled “abnormal” – a tribute to the original Frankenstein, or to the spoof Young Frankenstein (1974).

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