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After two weeks of filming in Los Angeles, the cast and crew of the John Avildsen sequel had gone on their seasonal break, and Kanan grabbed his then girlfriend and headed for Las Vegas.There, in the lobby of the Dunes Hotel, Kanan dropped a quarter in a slot machine, said, “I think I’m going to faint”—and fell to the floor.
“It was painful,” he says, “but I knew if I didn’t get out of bed, I would lose the part.” That same day Kanan was on the phone with director Avildsen, begging him not to recast his role.
Unconscious when hotel security guards reached his side, Kanan came to, but during the 10-minute drive to Humana Hospital-Sunrise, paramedics were unable to raise his alarmingly low blood pressure.
In the emergency room, the reason for their failure became clear: Kanan had two quarts of blood pooled in his abdomen, the result of heavy internal bleeding.
He saw the first Karate Kid when he was 17 and has since seen it and Karate Kid II 10 times each.
In 1986, when he heard that another sequel was in the works, the Boston University sophomore decided to chop his way into the action.
During his two years studying political science at BU, he applied his teenage modeling experiences to acting classes and landed a few bit parts in ABC’s Spenser: For Hire.
He transferred to UCLA in his junior year and hired a manager who told him to change his name. “It has a slight biblical quality.” Like Goliath, perhaps.
To ease the pain, he took aspirin, a blood thinner, and unwittingly quickened the abdominal hemorrhaging.
Yet as he lay on an emergency-room stretcher, Kanan was less worried about survival than job security—and completing the film. Retorted the doctor: “I don’t even know if we can save your life.” Still on the stretcher, Sean was stunned.
The Neue Nationalgalerie is a blank slate on which any exhibition format can be constructed.
In practice, as artistic media grow more diverse and museums’ operational budgets become more limited, a blank slate is constrictive: the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin finds the climate, light, and universality of this iconic space challenging to stage exhibitions, and endlessly transforming this empty canvas is an expensive proposition.
Katie, who was seated next to Jamie Foxx, Ellen De Generes and actress Penny Marshall, looked stunning for the occasion in a black knee-length dress which featured sheer panels.