Thursday, December 12, 2019

Today's Blind Items - The Voyeur

On Thanksgiving Day, this junior editor was told to run over to this foreign born A+ list mostly movie director who is a multiple Oscar winner/nominee. Apparently, he was supposed to pick up a few things and be on his way. The director, who was enjoying Thanksgiving with his family told the editor where the box of stuff was, and went back to his dinner. The editor grabbed the box and went back to the office.

The following Monday, the editor arrived to the office and everyone was in a panic because the director was looking for a missing memory card. The editor was questioned for almost 20 minutes whether he knew where it was or if it had been in the box or seen it. Had the editor taken it? If he would return it, nothing would happen, the director just wanted it back. The editor hadn't taken it. He kept asking why it was so important and was told it was thoughts the director had for his next movie. Story ideas, and just pages of notes and visuals. This was a huge panic over the memory card. Literally no work got done that day as people searched the office and the director's home. Once again, the editor was questioned, this time with the director there. Had he gone into any other rooms in the house? Had he been digging around? What did he do after he left the director's house? Would he be willing to let them look through his laptop and other computers? Once again, he was also told he could just give it back and no harm no foul.

Two days later, and it still had not been found. Our editor was fired and two other people who the director had been wanting to fire and this seemed like a good time with some type of cause. One of those two people who was fired went and had drinks with the editor to share the loss together. During the course of the night, the fired person said he had the memory card. It had been his job on Thanksgiving to go through everything and at the bottom of the box was the memory card. Thinking it was another thing he was supposed to be looking at, he inserted it into the computer. It was filled with video after video. None of them were longer than about twenty seconds and most were five or six. Every single one was spying on women. Many upskirt videos or an actress changing her top. All taken with hidden cameras, but from the looks of them, they were taken with cameras on the person of whoever took the shot. Most of the videos you were unable to identify who the subject was, but there were dozens where you could, including at award shows and on sets where you see a quick glimpse of a face. When he saw what it was, he ejected it from the computer and panicked. What if they thought he stole it or something. What if he said something. He took it with him that night when he left. Over the weekend he decided he would sneak in on Monday and put it in the box. By the time he got there though, the place was filled with people looking. So, he kept it. He doesn't know what he is going to do with it.

31 comments:

Moose said...
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Tricia13 said...

Jim Cameron and?

MDAnderson said...

Chris Nolan?

Tricia13 said...

Every actress ever... but Kate Winslet maybe?

MDAnderson said...

Sam Mendes?

Troy Dyer said...

Peter Jackson?

gauloise said...

I am sure the innocent person who was fired had no problems listening to this dude's story

Unknown said...

Seek revenge. Revenge is a dish best served cold....

Brayson87 said...

That's what people do when incriminating evidence goes missing, run around screaming, causing a fuss, having everyone look for it with total assurance that people wouldn't peek if they found it. And then when it doesn't show, fire the people that might have it and use it against them. Totally plausible 🤣

Don't get me wrong though, if any of my Pibb soda or Sioux City Sarsaparilla went missing from my home, I'd fire every one of those thieving motherf*ckers after a cavity search for the missing bottles. ;)

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Well, the director knows who has it now.

texasrose said...

BS blind. Just use some common sense and think about it. If they thought the editor had it no way they would fire them. More likely they'd promote them or otherwise take care of them with hope they wouldn't ever make it public.

TeeHee@U said...

Yah. I am going to call BS. This seems more like the guy/ girl was. pissed they were fired and is making up shit to trash their former boss. And, if on the off chance it is true....well.....James Cameron definitely knows now who took it LOL

I am going to say James Cameron though because it says "mostly movie director" and he has also done some cameos in acting over the years.

Puddy said...

Ang Lee just to be different.

Beezuz Tunt said...

He better get a new face fast or we'll be reading about another 'suicide'.

momo said...

IF IT IS evidence of crimes on the thumb drive, I would turn it over to authorities, so called. Maybe that's why the story is being floated?

Perfumista said...

Here’s a thought: go to the police.

Flashy Vic said...

If it was Cameron think how worse the stuff on it could have been, if all the disgusting rumours about him are true?



I mean it might have been.....(gulp)...stuff from the upcoming 17 Avatar sequels. No one, not even a thief should be forced to sneak a peek at that vile shit.

Blaise said...

Luc Besson? This reminds me of the Erin Andrews story. She won what, $25 millions against the video taker. The guy didn't have any money but this director does. The memory card is a bomb, I wouldn't want it anywhere near me. There better not be any minors in that thing. Also, the jr. editor was unfairly terminated and an sue the director if the story ever breaks out.

Half Domer Homer said...

J.J. Abrams

Urban reader said...

Um, give it to the police?

Flashy Vic said...

@Half Domer Homer.


If it's JJ maybe he left a coherent and entertaining plot for the upcoming Star Wars clusterfuck on the thumbdrive. Can't have any of that getting out into the wider world, can we.

Drewholtaus said...

Just call Gloria Alfred. Just like the me too hos! Everything will work out..

T. W. said...

The person who took it should have:

1) Made a copy

2) Pretend to find it after s/he saw that everyone else was looking for it.

Substance D said...

Post it all on Porn Hub. Get that passport first, though.

tttt5 said...

send it to julian assange.

TheBPlot said...

Ummmm. Hes supposed to go to the police. Hellooooo! He has evidence of a crime. Instead he will sell the card back to the producer and let more women be victims.

Town Pump said...

@Brayson: I’d never heard of either of those, so I had a quick google. I’m a ginger beer fan myself, but dang that sarsaparilla looks tasty! I’m going to have to try that. 😋

BRAD PITT said...

they'd have you believe mendes winslet marriage broke up as a result of the revolutionary road kitchen sex scene

BRAD PITT said...

@ Flashy Vic

Cameron all the disgusting rumours about him
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more details please ?

MissDavie said...

Why would you fire the person whom you believe has incriminating evidence on you? I'm not sure about this one. I'm calling possible Shenanigans (or Malarkey for you Biden fans).

Count Jerkula said...

Can any clam and starfish be viewed? If so, the fired person should upload it to Mega and send me a link.

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