Saturday, January 19, 2019

Blind Item #2


25 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Garth Ancier/David Mamet

David Howes said...

Money talks!

Tricia13 said...
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Tricia13 said...

Garth *Drabinsky

notthisagain said...

people should start wearing wires

new york is a one side consent state, which means you can record people without their consent.

in california, its a two consent state, so you cant get away with it legally

Mary Ann Parks said...

Neil LaBute for the playwright (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/15/theater/neil-labute-theater.html)

Sunspirit said...

Is it someone connected to the Frozen play, the only reason being ‘Let it go’.

.robert said...

@notthisagain, Florida is also a two-party consent State but you can record someone in their place of business. California should be the same way so these people should be able to record the casting couch incidents legally. Maybe California does not allow that loophole though.

OB said...

I think Enty alluded to this on one of his most recent podcasts. He said the receipts on the suspects were definitely legitimate

yepthatsme said...

When you say record without consent, does that mean video or audio? Or both?

Trapped said...

They all doing business as usual

gauloise said...

def +1 for Labute, his stuff was criticized for being misogynistic even in the 90s

Xo said...

Thomas Schumacher, producer, Disney Theatrical Group.

morrowland said...

Ha Ha....easy
Canadian/ american director......Des McAnuff (He also directed "Tommy.")
Playwright.......Neil La Bute.......He wrote "Reasons to be Pretty."
Director.......Michael Grandage.......He directed "Frozen."

Unknown said...

As desperate as the Time is for subs. If you just buy 100 subscriptions you can most likely get them to report that Hillary actually won the election.

Thomwaits said...

Schumacher it is. I had a friend on Broadway who was telling everyone the Times were going to out him and all the assholes. She later told me how everyone was so pissed that their silence was bought.

I'm honest to god shocked that literally no one has paid heed to Chappelle's warning on his last special about how metoo was not targeting the real purps and that everything would be back to business as usual

pricksongs said...

LaBute is a terrible human. When that article about him being dropped came out there were lots of stories about him couch casting and getting his students pregnant and abandoning them. He sounds like a real piece of shit. Fun fact! I have a friend who used to live with his son and apparently he's an asshole too!

postaldog said...

Wait, the NY Times? But I thought they were all "truth dies in darkness" and all that stuff. Or was that the Washington Post? Either way, the Times buried a story because they were paid off? I'm shocked.

Unknown said...

Sorry, don't believe this at all. No way after the triumph of the #metoo Hollywood story they would back off a story because of a little pressure from the industry. Not a chance.

hunter said...

ha ha Unknown - your forgot your sarcasm tag.

Nutty_Flavor said...

Lots of theater advertising in the Times. Threatening to pull all that would not be good for the paper’s bottom line.

@Unknown, I let my NYT subscription expire at the end of 2018 and haven’t missed it much. I just can’t handle their insane co-dependent relationship with Donald Trump any more. I get my news from more varied sources now.

MichiganMama59 said...

The media is corrupt

MattDaddy said...

Basically, America practices apartheid... one system for the rich, one for everyone else. The rich? They have it mighty good.

Adrastia said...

Why is this an image? Too lazy to copy and paste? If the image becomes broken then the blind is lost.

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