Bohemian rhapsody wayne's world
Wayne’s World was released in the United States on February 14, 1992 by Paramount Pictures. Wayne’s World catches the attention of television producer Benjamin Oliver. Later, Wayne returns to the music store and purchases the Stratocaster with the money. While filming the revamped Wayne’s World under Benjamin’s oversight, Wayne and Garth find it difficult to adjust to the professional studio environment. Their contract obliges them to give a promotional interview to their sponsor, Noah Vanderhoff, who owns a franchise of amusement arcades. Wayne and Garth reconcile and hatch bohemian rhapsody wayne’s world plan to win Cassandra back by getting her a record deal, in which their plan is to ensure Frankie Sharp hears Crucial Taunt play.
While Garth and their friends infiltrate a satellite station with the aid of Benjamin’s assistant, Wayne goes to Cassandra’s video shoot but embarrasses himself in an attempt to expose Benjamin’s ulterior motive. The Wayne’s World crew hacks into Sharp’s satellite television and broadcast the Crucial Taunt performance from Wayne’s basement, where Sharp and Benjamin converge. Benjamin is unmasked as «Old Man Withers» in a Scooby-Doo parody ending. Mike Myers as Wayne Campbell, host of Wayne’s World. His best friend is Garth Algar with whom he hosts their late-night cable access show broadcasting from the basement of Wayne’s parents’ house.
Dana Carvey as Garth Algar, Wayne’s best friend and co-host. He has a crush on the girl who works at the Donut shop that their group frequents, Stan Mikita’s Donuts, but is unable to work up the nerve to talk to her. Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong, lead vocalist and bassist of local rock band, Crucial Taunt. She and her band perform gigs around town, notably at a heavy metal bar frequented by Wayne and his friends called The Gasworks. Cassandra is a Cantonese immigrant who claims to have learned English at college and from the Police Academy films. Rob Lowe as Benjamin Oliver, a sleazy, Chicago-based television producer. His official title is Regional Programming Director for Oliver Communications.
Benjamin is good looking, well-educated, and highly successful, but cynical, manipulative, and ruthless in his approach to business. Garth believes that «if Benjamin were an ice cream flavor, he’d be Pralines and Dick. Lara Flynn Boyle as Stacy, Wayne’s troubled ex-girlfriend. Possessing virtually no self-esteem, she does not understand or accept that Wayne has broken up with her and still treats him like they are a couple. Brian Doyle-Murray as Noah Vanderhoff, a video arcade magnate, and a prospective client of Benjamin’s who is seeking to place him as the primary corporate sponsor of a television show aimed at teens and younger adults. Russell has a reputation as something of a hit-maker, having won awards and acclaim for many of the programs he has produced. He is fiercely loyal to Benjamin, believing Benjamin to be his friend. Chris Farley has a cameo as the well-informed security guard at an Alice Cooper concert taking place in Milwaukee.
Gasworks who Wayne and Garth are «in» with. He allows them to skip the line at the door, and informs them about the bands playing and if they’re good or not. The CEO of Sharp Records, Frank takes a very hands-on approach to his business, driving back and forth across the country to find new acts to sign to his label. He is afraid of flying, and thus takes his stretch limousine everywhere. Ed O’Neill as Glen, the darkly disturbed manager at Stan Mikita’s Donuts. He makes frequent references to death, dying, and killing, and implies that he once murdered someone in the heat of passion.
Dan Bell as Neil, Wayne’s and Garth’s second cameraman. Sean Gregory Sullivan as Phil, Wayne and Garth’s friend who works at an auto repair shop. Phil near-catatonic and unable to clearly recall events of the previous evening. Mike Hagerty as Davey, a controller at the Cable 10 television station whom Benjamin and Russell ask for help. An enthusiastic local beat cop who is kind to Wayne, Garth, and their group. Donna Dixon as Garth’s dream woman, who works at Stan Mikita’s Donuts.
When they filmed the scene which Wayne and Cassandra talk in Cantonese, they began the production with the last scene. «Time to add a few more Galileos, watching the two being juvenile and retarded brings me no pleasure at all. Music scholar Sheila Whiteley suggests that «the title draws strongly on contemporary rock ideology, providing the spine of their bangers? I think people should just listen to it, is the unbending friendship of Wayne and Garth. 11 out of 21 found this helpful.
Ione Skye as Elyse, a seemingly casual girlfriend of Benjamin’s who introduces him to Wayne’s World. Robin Ruzan as a waitress at Stan Mikita’s. Charles Noland as Ron Paxton, who tries to market his invention, the «Suck Kut», on Wayne and Garth’s show. Carmen Filpi as Old Man Withers. He is an officer who pulls Wayne over when he is speeding on his way to Cassandra. Wayne’s World was green-lit by Paramount Pictures in 1991.
It was the second film based on a Saturday Night Live sketch, following The Blues Brothers in 1980. Spheeris clashed with Myers during filming. An example was the «Bohemian Rhapsody» sing-along inside Garth’s powder-blue, flame-accented 1976 AMC Pacer that was far more physically demanding than expected. The soundtrack album reached number one on the Billboard 200. The album was certified double-Platinum by the RIAA on July 16, 1997. The studio originally wanted to use a Guns N’ Roses song for the head banging scene, but Myers demanded «Bohemian Rhapsody», even threatening to quit the production unless it was used. Gary Wright re-recorded «Dream Weaver» for the film, which is heard whenever Wayne looks at Cassandra.