The Bodyguard was one of the biggest movie hits of 1
Yet, unfortunately, this illusion was broken this week – as was the century-old concept of love itself – when Costner revealed to Entertainment Weekly that it was not ] Houston wore it in the iconic shot, but her body doubles. (Presumably Joyce Larkin, who is considered Houston's stunt double in the movie, though Costner does not mention the woman's name.) Houston had reportedly already gone home for the day it was time to take the picture and our dreams of confidence and confidence to realize security with her. Instead, Larkin is the one whose face is carefully concealed in Costner's neck, which means both vulnerability and a certain, ephemeral non-Whitney Houston Ness that seems so central to the success of the photo.
Interestingly, Costner seems to have had to sell the producers to use the photo as the main feature of the film, for the unexplainable reason that Whitney Houston fans would like to see Whitney Houston's face on posters for the Whitney Houston movie , (Apparently, models were made to put Houston's head back in Larkin's body.) That sounds like real excorcist nightmare shit, considering the angles.)
Still, Costner was right – financially anyway; We're not sure what our hearts will think – and The Bodyguard was the second most successful movie in 1992. Nevertheless, he raises the question: If Whitney sings: "I will always love you," Who addresses any of these pronouns at all? God, at this point we are not even sure if it is "always". Costner, what have you done?