A story about mistreated "talent" during a movie/TV shoot? Shocking.
You mean being in a movie/TV show isn't just like being thrust into an episode of "Entourage"? I don't believe it.
Are you going so far as to tell me Hollywood can be as soul-crushing and morally vacuous as any other form of prostitution? You got to be kidding me.
And no, I'm not talking about the content of the films/TV shows. I'm talking about the content of the movie/TV show making process. For example, we're supposed to be excited about the following (from a Dan Mayfield story about a rilly big show being shot in town):
"When 'Entertainment Tonight' and 'E!' come out, they'll be here at the studios."
Am I the only one in town who reads something like that and wants to throw one's self into a wood-chipper , "Fargo" style?
You can't spell H-O-L-L-Y-W-O-O-D without H-O. Welcome to glamorous superstardom, Albuquerque.