"It might be a documentary, but it has a reality show feel with all of the set pieces trying to show how amazing and wonderful they are. It is a never ending self serving pat on the back because we are so good movie." Crew member working on the alliterate one's movie.
It is funny seeing this former actress turned multiple show reality star play this whole role she has invented for herself while at the same time hooking up with a married guy and trying to convince him to leave his wife.
The articles being written about the streaming giant are asking the wrong questions. They keep asking questions such as, "Was the deal worth it?" They need to ask the questions like "How come the number of dollars they actually paid doesn't match the numbers they used for tax purposes?"
Unless someone steps in soon, the sports charity for wounded military is going to disappear. Now that they have their bag, the alliterate one and her ginger play toy have left the charity in their rear window.
Speaking of streaming, this very popular Netflix show named after a suburb could have gone on for years longer and kept a huge crew employed, but the former child actress turned addict turned A- list adult actress was bored with it and wanted to do something else.
The press is finally catching on that when the streaming service spends a ridiculous amount of money on one thing, it is more than just making a film or tv show, but about lining pockets and laundering money. Very dirty money.
This streaming service is going over the top with their se-xualization of teens, based upon the title for an upcoming series. That is what is going to happen more frequently though. Low budget, high clickbait stuff. Gone are the days where they would spend $100M just to get some "buzz." They need viewers and to give them cheap content.
Management of this streaming service is telling investors they will pay anything for a reboot not just for Friends, but they’re trying The Office, Frasier, Parks and Rec, and others. They know that if they don't do something in the next year or two, their viewership will be cut in half and the subscribers too when all those listed shows will be gone.
This money laundering streaming service is doing exactly as I told you they would do several months ago. No matter how successful a series is, they are getting rid of the entire universe of this comic company.
That streaming service has been taking heat for months about a new series making underage prostitution seem glam and fun. An executive has gone on record calling it "edgy". Whenever the press asks questions, the streaming service doesn’t even try to defend what they’re doing. They just don’t care.
This writer/director who started out as a screenwriter first is probably not A list to most people which is a shame because he has written as well as directed some truly classic films. It’s a travesty of justice he has not won at least a screenwriting Oscar.
The studio is under an obligation to release a movie starring this disgraced former A list mostly movie actor. They wanted to just keep it on a shelf, but can't. So far, there are no premieres scheduled or any press opportunities with anyone associated with the movie. The studio is just going to release it and hope it makes at least a buck or two.
This A-/B+ list mostly television actress from a hit almost television show with a provocative title is a great actress. She is ticked though because she feels the streaming service just plays lip service to people of color and has not done anything to try and get her an Emmy nomination except invite her to a "for your consideration" party with every other person on the streaming service.
This streaming service finally raised some of the cash they needed very recently. Their stock has been taking a beating. because the money cost them alot more than their investors expected - just as predicted. The service grabbed all the cash they could, for now. They had to borrow at junk bond rates, for the first time.
I planned to be finished talking about a certain almost TV network, then noticed that some readers wanted to know details behind the almost-TV network’s shady accounting. So here you go. The almost-TV network takes 4 years to depreciate 90% of the production cost of their original content.