Friday, September 13, 2019

Blind Item #9

Two actresses have now reported this A list mostly movie director to producers for comments he made about them and telling them he wanted to have sex with them and filming has barely started. They did nothing. I guess if you are looking for one good thing, at least they are legal. This guy  shouldn't even be working anyway.

31 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Tarantino?

Tricia13 said...

Or Brett Ratner

Brayson87 said...

Pretty sure it's always expected with Taratino, just ask Uma. Any man that can justify Polanski's drugging and raping of a minor by saying she wanted it would have no issue harassing actresses. He's an artist all right, a bullshit artist.

MyDogSmiles said...

The reference to underage has me leaning towards Tarantino. He's a weird fuck !!!

MyDogSmiles said...

https://www.tmz.com/2007/06/26/quentin-sucks-toes/

MDAnderson said...

Woody Allen. Would he be permanent. He is filming a new movie.

Pissoff said...

"...filming Has barely started". I don't believe Tarantino is filming. Also the car/Uma incident is not worthy of a lifetime ban.

Freckles said...

James Gunn

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Brayson87 said...

Oh FFS, guess I need to clarify, I don't think this is Tarantino. Tarantino is a known pig, no actresses are going to be making any complaints about him and expecting anything to happen unless he raped one of their children like his hero Polanski.

defhermit said...

what's wrong with telling someone they're hot and you want to have sex with them?

gauloise said...

michael bay?

Brayson87 said...

@defhermit, WTF? It's wrong when they're your employees or coworkers or underage, etc.

notthisagain said...

@defhermit

Don’t be dense - of course it’s ok IF it’s not at work, esp if it’s your boss/director who has more power & pressure to apply on you.

MeliticusBee said...

By this point....everyone who goes to hollywood oughta know that every person they meet is either....a rapist, a rapee, a wannabe rapist, not yet raped, or one of those things plus closeted.

IMO, getting to the point where participation in the industry is almost tantamount to implied consent. You cannot pretend you don't know this happens.

David Andrews said...

"Mostly movie director."

TeeHee@U said...

What kills me is even before the whole #MeToo we ALL KNEW what the casting couch was.....there use to be jokes of well we know how that actress got that role.... none of this was news to really anyone.

And, I am with meticulous bee. You cannot claim to be naive anymore, especially after #MeToo. Also, a lot of these actresses who are big today slept their way to the top and were rewarded....the real victim s are the ones who refused to sleep their way to the top and were probably much more talented than some of the stars today but were blacklisted from Hollywood for saying no.

Sleeping with a pig like HW or any of these producers and directors when they promised you that would you be a star and you weren't, does not equal rape. That equals you selling yourself for a role.

Brayson87 said...

@TeeHee, I agree that actresses who have their careers suffer because they won't prostitute themselves are real victims too. The audience is also a victim, having to watch no talent hack actresses because some schmucks don't want to just pay for sex or can't afford a mistress.

JL said...

Tarantino is more likely to repeatedly ask them to see their feet than to harass them for sex.

Studio54 said...

If this is Perv Woody, this info needs to leak mainstream. I feel so sorry for Dylan, Mia and Ronan every time some over the hill bimbo like Angelica Huston or Scarlett J praise him, say they believe him and would LOVE to work with him again.

Bleu said...

But Bill Clinton promoted subordinates who sucked him off (Lewinsky) and demoted employees who declined when he dropped trou (Paula Jones) and I'm sure you voted for Hillary.

Do Tell said...

Good for Angelica and good for Scarlett..and her next movie, JoJo Rabbit, looks great, can't wait to see it.

I don't feel sorry at all for lying psycho Mia Farrow. I feel kind of sorry for her daughter, who has had her mind poisoned by her toxic, vindictive mother.

If there is another Hollywood figure who has had their career damaged by a single accuser (when pedophiles generally do not stop at one child) under circumstances that throw considerable doubt on the accusation, with no witnesses, (a claustrophobe in an attic? As if) who has had further doubt thrown on the accusations by another person close to the situation who has said that the story was fueled night after night by someone with a vendetta (Moses talking about Mia verbally slamming Woody on the daily in their household, and calling out inaccuracies in Dylan's story based on what he knew when he lived there, who then had his accusations of physical abuse by Mia dismissed as "nothing" by Mia and professional victim Dylan), then I'd like to know about it.

Good for Woody Allen for finding a way to keep getting his work made and distributed.

LunasGma said...

@do tell ... YOU. MAKE. ME. SICK.

CJ said...

“Mostly movie director” does not fit Allen or Tarantino, neither of whom I like btw. Also, Tarantino is not filming now, and as for “going to the producers” isn’t Allen generally his own producer? So, somebody else imo.

Kellikopter said...

Didn't he also start his relationship with his adopted daughter while she was underage?

BRAD PITT said...

@ Studio54

woody allen (and roman polanski) took the blame for Sinatra

i believe Angelica Huston was sexually abused by her father

Jnauis said...

Danny Boyle he was removed from bond 25 for cc

rosemary booker said...

It does fit Woody, he’s mostly a movie director but has directed a few TV/Streaming projects

notthisagain said...

I feel like tarantino and woody allen would be both considered 'permanent', no?

kiki71 said...

@MD Anderson pretty sure by this point Tarantino is permanent too. He hasn't had as many movies or lived as long as Woody but the legacy of PULP FICTION alone probably renders him a legend, doesn't it?

A.Claire said...

The ending quote, "This guy shouldn't even be working anyway." Has me a tad stumped.

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