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In the summer of 2001, cult novelist and rogue journalist Gene Gregorits sat down with Laila Nabulsi, producer of Terry Gilliam's controversial 1998 film "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas". Their conversation lasted six hours, covering the entire history of that film's troubled production, which took nearly a decade to fully be realized, eventually with Terry Gilliam and Johnny Depp attached. From Benicio Del Toro's self-inflicted cigarette burns and Alex Cox's anti-social incompetence to midget porn pranks and touching personal anecdotes about the legendary "king of fun" himself, "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas: The Untold Story" is the first time that this raunchy, rowdy, and in-depth long-form interview has been published in its entirety, and it includes an introduction by its creator, Gene Gregorits.
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About the Author
Gene Gregorits began writing at the age of 7, in the rural Hell of Pennsylvania. In 1995, he moved to New York City and began publishing independent magazines. Since 2011, he has published over a dozen books of prose, poetry, criticism, and journalism, including the underground classic "Dog Days Volume One" and three other novels. His current project, "Intra-Coastal", emerged amid a flurry of criminal charges in September of 2014, and has sold nearly a thousand copies with no advertising and no media attention whatsoever.