The money laundering streaming network just lost $40M

The money laundering streaming network just lost $40M it won't get back because of the awful movie it gave a green light to starring the disgraced actor pedophile.

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The money laundering streaming network just lost $40M it won’t get back because of the awful movie it gave a green light to starring the disgraced actor pedophile.

It just gave him a chance to be paid to fulfill his se-xual fetishes.

Netflix

Gore

Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey’s Gore Vidal Film Includes Him Trying to Seduce Younger Man, Will Likely Never be Released

When Netflix severed ties with Kevin Spacey after he was accused of sexual misconduct, one of the projects that got dropped was the actor’s Gore Vidal biographical drama, entitled “Gore.” The film, directed and co-written by Michael Hoffman (“The Best of Me”) from Jay Parini’s book “Empire of Self, A Life of Gore Vidal,” wrapped production in Italy just a few weeks before the first allegation was made against Spacey. Some have wondered if anyone would release the Spacey-fronted feature, but newly released script details make it clear that seems unlikely to ever happen.

According to an in-depth report from Buzzfeed, “Gore” includes “several scenes that would almost certainly strike audiences as difficult to absorb given Spacey’s involvement. Some scenes explore Gore’s complicated and unorthodox attitudes toward transactional sex and sex with very young men, for example, and a graphic scene involves two transgender sex workers.”

“Gore” centers on the relationship between Gore (Spacey) and a younger fan named Jamie Haughton, played by “Noah” star Douglas Booth. Gore’s companion and manager, Howard Austen (Michael Stuhlbarg), sets up a meeting between the two men, which results in Vidal immediately becoming interested in the Jamie and trying to seduce him. Buzzfeed reports Jamie is a much-younger man than Gore and “the script goes to great pains to underline just how beautiful Jamie is.” – Source