Director Daniel Waters lives there now --
Today, Waters lives in the Hollywood foothills in a home that belonged to Orson Welles in the last 15 years of his life -- the place where he died, just off the main foyer, is still outlined in masking tape. Nearby is a coffee-table book called "Pornstar" by Ian Gittler, which features production stills from the numerous adult movies that were shot here in the decade after Welles' death.
"I bought the house because I wanted to get that 'Citizen Kane' mojo," says Waters. "Instead I'm getting the end of [Welles'] career, the hanging out with Henry Jaglom, doing wine commercials and magic tricks part of his life. I mean, I enjoy my life, but come on -- where's my 'Touch of Evil'?"
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