The A List Rapist/Celebrity Offspring
This writer/producer/showrunner is probably A list right now.
This, despite one of his shows being canceled because of his behavior.
Will he lose everything once this new story becomes public?
He should, but Hollywood loves a winner more than anything and right now he has a winner and the studio wants a sequel.
Lets see what they think of this.
He is a celebrity offspring and as I have said, I have written about him previously. This though, tops all of what he has been accused of to date.
This happened when he was back in college.
In college, he had a reputation as a racist.
He referred to anyone Hispanic as brown, or brown people.
He never held back on commenting on the size of women’s breasts or their appearance.
If someone had a heavy accent he would always tell them to learn to speak English.
He yelled at professors and they couldn’t do anything because his dad had given money to the school.
All of that is bad enough, but one night he raped a woman.
He did so at a party in a second story room.
When he finished raping her, he took her clothes and threw them out the window.
He then forced her to walk through the party downstairs without any clothes on after raping her.
That woman was subjected to bullying and taunts for the rest of the time she remained at the university.
She was the one bullied even though he raped her.
She had an emotional and nervous breakdown because of the trauma he caused.
He doesn’t care.
He has shown no willingness to change any of his behaviors and even though he has continued to be horrible to women, studios keep rewarding him because he makes them money.
This has to stop.
Screenwriter, director, producer, and comic book writer who wrote the films Chronicle, American Ultra, Victor Frankenstein, and Bright
‘Bright’ Screenwriter Max Landis Accused of Sexual Assault
Netflix’s first blockbuster movie, the $90 million fantasy-actioner Bright, is a steaming pile of orc shit; a nonsensical garbage pile featuring elves, orcs, a checked-out Will Smith, Chicanx gangster stereotypes worse than those regrettable “Homies” figurines (a trademark of its director David Ayer), and a slow-motion shootout set to Bastille that’ll make you want to go full Sam Neill in the final third of Event Horizon—that is, rip your own eyes out and run around naked attacking people.
It is also, according to the testimonies of several industry people on Twitter, written by an alleged sexual predator.
Bright was written by Max Landis, a 32-year-old screenwriter who became a hot Hollywood commodity after penning 2012’s found-footage superhero film Chronicle. Since then, however, he’s been attached to a string of misfires, from his directorial debut Me Him Her to the forgettable flicks American Ultra, Mr. Right, and Victor Frankenstein. In the wake of Bright’s critical drubbing, people have mocked Landis’ considerable privilege, given both the amount of opportunities he’s been given since Chronicle, a film that was more effects and performance-driven, and the fact that he is the son of John Landis, the celebrated filmmaker behind classics like National Lampoon’s Animal House, Trading Places, Coming to America, and the “Thriller” music video.
Despite the poor reception, Netflix has reportedly green-lit a sequel to Bright, with Smith attached in the starring role. It is unclear if Landis will be writing the script. – Source