“The Daisy on Rodeo Dr., the MLK diner on Wilshire Blvd. where we all used to go at 2 in the morning, the Luau on the corner — they’re all gone. All the time I’m passing places that were part of my history here but they’re not there now. I’m walking down the street and seeing things and people that only I can see. The town is full of ghosts for me. Frank Sinatra was a friend. Fred Astaire, Danny Kaye…they’re no longer here.” — The Prestige costar Michael Caine speaking to the Toronto Star‘s John Hiscock, and posted three bloody days ago.