John Mellencamp Almost Had Brad Pitt’s Part in “Thelma & Louise” (2017)

The Howard Stern Show published this video item, entitled “John Mellencamp Almost Had Brad Pitt’s Part in “Thelma & Louise” (2017)” – below is their description.

John Mellencamp tells Howard about directing “Falling from Grace,” turning down a role in “Thelma & Louise,” and his friendship with Matthew McConaughey.

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