The Untold Truth Of Rob Lowe


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Rob Lowe’s first film role as Sodapop Curtis in director Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Outsiders” was anything but a sure bet. Casting for the film adaptation of SE Hinton’s classic coming-of-age novel turned out to be a nerve-wracking, unorthodox experience, with almost all of Hollywood’s young actors vying for the roles of “greasers” and “socis.”

In a documentary about the casting of “The Outsiders,” producer Fred Roos, known for his acting skills, recalls that Coppola wanted to experiment with the audition process. Instead of holding individual readings, Coppola herded the actors onto a soundstage where they were placed in different groups, rotating roles between actors at will, while those not in the scenes watched the whole thing unfold. Lowe said that Coppola’s casting improvisation was like “Gladiator” and was a “free for all”, noting that he had not heard of a similar audition since.

Although Roos’ notes revealed that Lowe had a good audition, he had no part. Lowe writes in Vanity Fair that he continued his auditions in New York along with other hopefuls such as Tom Cruise, Emilio Estevez and C. Thomas Howell. Although Lowe was concerned about ending up as socio Randy, he was eventually offered the role of the romantic, emotional Sodapop Curtis. Starring in his first coming-of-age film, Lowe soon had one of the hottest film careers of the 1980s.


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