A few months before his death, Kevin Bacon had a ‘crazy’ idea to make a movie about the apocalypse

Kevin Bacon, who died in October, once said that he had a “crazy” idea for a film about the end of the world.

It was around the time that the actor’s father, a doctor, was dying of cancer, that Bacon began thinking about the possibility of a film based on his work as an actor.

“I was trying to get it out of my head,” he told The New York Times in 2015.

“The world had just gone to shit.

The idea was that, well, we need to make it about something that was actually happening.”

Bacon would eventually make the film Apocalypse Now, which was released in the US in 1985, but it was never intended to be a full-length film.

“It was never meant to be made into a film,” he said in an interview with The New Yorker.

“And I mean really, really, truly, really not.”

He also expressed concerns about the future of Hollywood and the entertainment industry, and how it was working with Hollywood to “just kill people.”

“I’m always a little bit wary of movies that are made from ideas and ideas that are coming from Hollywood, because you don’t want to see that kind of thing,” Bacon said.

“You don’t see a movie that comes from the mind of the producer and you don.

You see movies that come from the heart of the writer.

I’m afraid that in the future, I think it might be a little hard to make movies like that.”

Apocalypse Now was a huge hit in the United States, and Bacon and director John Frankenheimer went on to make several sequels.

But the movie’s success was not without its problems.

Many of the themes in the film had been picked up by earlier horror films, including a theme of “destruction,” and Bacon’s character, James McAvoy, was cast as a character in The Shining, a movie which was also heavily influenced by The Apocalypse Now novel.

The result was that the film seemed to be following the themes of The Shining too closely, with the movie becoming more and more bleak and scary.

A lot of the ideas in the original film have been reused, and even the ending, which is largely unchanged from the novel, was changed.

“There are all kinds of things in Apocalypse Now that have been lifted and reinterpreted,” Bacon told The Hollywood Reporter in 2014.

“So I think there’s definitely a sense of continuity.

I mean, I feel like there’s a sense that it’s really all about the same thing.

And I feel the same way about Apocalypse Now.”

As the world went to shit, Bacon made several films in the ’90s that focused on themes like addiction, depression, and mental illness.

And while many of the characters in the Apocalypse Now films were more relatable than in previous films, the main focus of the movie was on the apocalypse, and the character of James McArthur was particularly popular in the 1990s.

As he was dying, he was inspired to write his own book, which he called Apocalypse Now: A Novel.

And his novel was based on the real-life events that took place during the end times in the novel.

“He wrote a novel that was really inspired by his experiences,” Bacon’s son, Christopher, told The Atlantic in 2018.

“His life changed dramatically when he came out of the end time, and his world is just completely changed.

And so he wrote a book to document that.”

This book is called Apocalypse: A New Revelation, and it is currently on sale for $15 on Amazon.

It is the story of James, who was born in 1947 and is suffering from depression, as well as the aftermath of the apocalyptic events of the novel in the movie.

In the novel Apocalypse, the story takes place in 2057, but this version is much longer, covering the years of the early 2030s to 2063.

As a result, Apocalypse is often described as being more historical in nature, with some characters including an Australian journalist named Jim, and an American soldier named Rick.

As the book’s author told The Guardian in 2016, “It’s more about the human condition than the apocalypse.

And the human story, I’m convinced, is a very good thing.”

The book is set in 2063, but the story goes back to when the world was still in the middle of the cold war.

The real-world parallels to Apocalypse are evident in the book.

There are numerous references to “cold war” topics such as nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism, and nuclear weapons.

The book also contains references to the nuclear age, with references to a nuclear holocaust that happened in the 2060s.

The novel also contains several references to conspiracy theories, which are often used as an allegory for the end days of the modern world.

“In the novel you have this young man named James Mc Arthur who has come out of an apocalyptic period,” Christopher Bacon told