Wednesday, January 01, 2020

Blind Items Revealed #17

September 20, 2019

I have written a few times about this prolific showrunner who wanted to save money for himself and said goodbye to regular cast members who had been with him for many years. Well, now, in order to make even more money for himself he is shooting 12 hour days with little or no breaks and doesn't care if gets fined because the fines would be so little. Plus, the unions won't complain against someone of his stature. He also is trying to jam in as much as possible this week because he wants several days off to party for the Emmy Awards. I wonder if that disgraced director will be partying with him. One day this week, his heavy schedule forced several people to leave the set and see the medic.

Ryan Murphy/Bryan Singer


sandybrook said...

Most of those 12 hour work days are spent sitting in their dressing room or trailers the only ones working those hours are the behind the camera staff and not all of them either.

Angela said...
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Hotbox said...

I used to work in the entertainment business. I loved shoots like this. Overtime meant good money. The only folks getting screwed were non-union background players.

Miss Wanderlust said...

12 hours is industry standard for a shoot day.


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