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Netflix's Reed Hastings says what he really thinks

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Netflix's Reed Hastings says what he really thinks

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bellany of the Hollywood reporter and Matt You know I. I have talked in the past on the breakdown. I think in on the business about watching Netflix the original streaming service move glacial early towards towards grasping the Hollywood way of doing things you know. They come in the disrupters their digital disruptors where they're not going to do we're going to do things a new way A. and then they figure out maybe there's a reason for certain Hollywood rules but this and Netflix was doing if bought a theater because it knows artists want movies and theaters. I mean it. It tries a limited theatrical. Run for the movies that it wants awards for little by little they've been they've done things to accommodate talent however reed hastings the CEO. Oh of Netflix. He gave a talk this week at the New York Times deal book conference and I feel like he just went through one thing after another which basically was what we're digital digital disruptors and we don't care you know whatever the Progressive Hollywood community wants we don't care in. The first headline grabber was he was talking about the the fact that Netflix had polled. Hold an episode of Care of Hassan nauseous Patriot Act in Saudi Arabia because it was critical of The crown prince who may actually have caused a journalist Washington Washington Post journalist to be murdered. They pulled that episode that was critical of the Saudi prince. And I'm quoting Reed Hastings of Netflix. He said we're not in the truth to power or business we're in the entertainment business. Now that is a statement of fact but that's not the kind of thing that we know especially with south park standing up to China it. It just doesn't go over well. No and if I'm Ted Sarande does or Cindy Holland or Scots Dubar. Any of these Hollywood focused executives for Netflix. Who are desperately aspirin? Trying to court the creative community twenty four hours a day and I see reed hastings kinds of comments. I cringe because that's not the message. They are putting forth to the creative community. They are saying we embrace you. We embrace freedom. We give you the tools you need to say what you WANNA say. And when Reed Hastings is making these comments it's like that and also defending this plan that they have to possibly speed up or offer a sped up speed for people to watch content on netflix which creators there's will hate because it alters. What their work is that kind of thing is perhaps better from a technological and digital and audience perspective? You've but not something that the creative team at Netflix wants to sell to their. Yeah he turned around two seconds later and said we do care about creators and creative a creative intentions but we also care about consumers undercutting the first part of the statement saying that any noted VCR's could speed things up but for but this is already Outraged filmmaker like jet APO. Who have been you know just indignantly talking about just how this is an affront to them as as filmmakers yes and certainly he's not the only one and then he read these things was not done yet he He talked about the fact that you know people feel. That theaters are risk because of the netflix model which is not allowing that normal theatrical window for movies and he said if if theaters WanNa carry net flicks films once they are net flicks because people want the group experience. That's great which is obviously ridiculous because people are not going to necessarily I mean maybe a few but generally speaking taking. That's not how it works in the movie business. No and it's also countered to the Netflix narrative that they are putting out there right now. which is that for a certain type of film namely awards films? They are going to do an exclusive run in theaters. Like they're doing right now for Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman and Noah Baumbach marriage story in a couple of others. And then you've got things saying well. We don't actually care about that. We I'm paraphrasing. We you know we want our. We want our movies to be on Netflix theaters. WanNa WanNa play them great yeah eventual went after we're done and after you could see it for you know your Netflix subscription. You can go ahead and pay it in the theater so that was three comments. That I'm sure did not sit well Maybe somebody needs to get the memo to read Hastings. Thank you matt thank you.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The headlines from Hollywood's Georgia controversy have been stark. The entertainment business was prepared to decisively move on from the state because of restrictive antiabortion law signed by the governor or at least it seemed like they were despite media outlets claiming the studios had threatened a boycott Georgia. It's actually far from clear that Hollywood studios will leave the state anytime soon. No matter what happens with the legislation. More from Stephen psychic reporter at the Washington Post, he covers the business of entertainment Steve, give some background interesting weeks. The Georgia governor signed the heartbeat Bill. Very restrictive legislation and immediately called king, the Hollywood community, particularly creative to George filming filming filling in Georgia. Years. A lot of incentive for them to production now favorite vendors and game. And so the community tried to put some pressure on to get out, very, very offload react. And then as of last week, Netflix said we might rethink it. And the other studios. Other conglomerates. Bye. Media Disney and other said rethink as well. And to kind of where we are in new cycle with. From? To get out and staying. January. We're going to rethink our committee, Georgia. It's it seems like you, perhaps, though, have stumbled on some Hollywood hypocrisy. Say I think there is a case put it this way. The messaging and the PR a little bit ahead of this, and the policy that I mean, you know, the statements are considered and welcome. One is, of course, opposed to to this legislation. Feeling though that generated by PR department and extra extricate Georgia. Tangled v companies or there and given how much money they get to shoot there that might be another ball game highly. Maybe not be ready to do that. Prepared to do that. I talked to one source. Hoping. Reasons, but also because it would be credibly complicated. Georgia. I think there's a certain again, a gap, put it that way between what's being said being ready or what can reasonably be responding with Steve, psychic. He covers the business of entertainment for the Washington Post, and he's written a piece, entitled, white Hollywood, isn't actually, in a rush to leave Georgia reference to some of the uproar over an abortion law there, what are the incentives like in Georgia Steve for these studios? States around the country. In fact, New Jersey. Ramp some of the states around the country that over the last decade or so have increased the amount of money they get back to their in, in the form of other intended, and Georgia right now. One of the highest in the country. Thirty percent. In your credit. Savannah. You can actually get more back. And so it's quite a lucrative arrangement studios. And that brings a lot of jobs. An injection for the economy. But the perspective is a lot of money that they get back on a production of your shooting, a hundred dollar budget. There are TV show, twenty thirty forty fifty million and you're going to get back thirty percents. You know in. Of that amount. There's also a lot of infrastructure their studios and. Very easy for them. Enjoyed it with Bill tracking. There as you point out to from a business standpoint this release a handful of states, who initially went all in with incentives for movie studios. Then got out of that business altogether. That's right. A lot of economic wisdom.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The entertainment business was prepared to decisively move on from the state because of a restrictive antiabortion law signed by the governor or at least it seemed like they were despite media outlets claiming the studios had threatened boycott Georgia. It's actually far from clear that Hollywood studios will leave the state anytime soon. No matter what happens with the legislation. More from Stephen psychic reporter at the Washington Post, he covers the business of entertainment Steve, give some background interesting. Obviously, the Georgia governor signed the heartbeat Bill. Very restrictive abortion legislation and immediately. The Hollywood community. Particularly creative to door. Jolly was filming filming filling in George over the last few years. A lot of incentive for them to production there. Now favorite shows are vendors game and community. Try to put some pressure on studios to, to get out studios very, very react. And then as week Netflix said, well, we might rethink it goes into effect, and the other studios other conglomerates comes on board by Warner media other said, well, we would rethink as well and to that kind of where we are in new cycle with a lot of pressure from the great community to get out and staying supposed to do in January. We're going to rethink our commitment to Georgia. It's it seems like you, perhaps, though, have stumbled on some Hollywood hypocrisy. Say Chrissy, I think there is a case put it this way. Where the, the messaging and the PR, maybe a little bit ahead of this stuff and the policy. And by that, I mean, you know, the statements are while well-considered and welcome. One is, of course, opposed to to this legislation. Feeling though that generated by PR department and actually extricate oneself endorsed giving. Ensconced and tangled v company are there and given how much money they get to shoot there that might be another ball game in may not be ready to do that. They mean be prepared that I talked to one. Source who said, we're really hoping. Also because it would be incredibly complicated extent. Productions at Georgia. I think there's a certain again, gap between what's being said, and what's being readied or what reasonably being speaking with Steve Zayeck covers the business of entertainment for the Washington Post and is written a piece, entitled, why Hollywood isn't actually, in a rush to leave Georgia reference to some of the uproar over abortion law there, what are the incentives like in Georgia Steve for these studios? Quite rich. Aware that states around the country. In fact, jersey. Ramp up some of the country that over the last decade or so have increased the amount of money they get back to their in tax rebate in the form of other intended, and Georgia right now. One of the highest in the country. Percents. Georgia in your credit. Pity links Vanna gonna get more back. And so it's quite a lucrative arrangement for studios, and that I, I bring jobs and an injection for the economy, but the. From the perspective, there's a lot of money that they get back on a production of your shooting a hundred dollar. But there are TV show, you know, at twenty thirty forty fifty million and you're going to get back percents. You know in tax rebate of that budget significant amount. There's a lot of infrastructure their studios and some other studios built. They're very easy for them to shoot enjoyed it with Bill authors already. There as you put out to from a business standpoint this lease a handful of states, who initially went all in with incentives for movie studios. Then got out of that business altogether. That's right. I think a lot of economic wisdom.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The entertainment business was prepared to decisively move on from the state because of a restrictive antiabortion law signed by the governor or at least it seemed like they were despite media outlets claiming the studios had threatened to boycott Georgia. It's actually far from clear that Hollywood studios will leave the state anytime soon. No matter what happens with the legislation. More from Stephen Zaitschek reporter at the Washington Post. He covers the business of entertainment. Steve, give us some background interesting. Obviously, the Georgia governor signed the fetal heartbeat Bill as it's known very restrictive abortion. Legislation and immediately came from Hollywood community. Particularly created to George filming filming filling in George over the last few years, a lot of incentives for them to do production infrastructure there. Now favorite shows movies are copier avengers endgame, most recently, and so the Greek community tried to put some pressure on studios to, to get out studios. More very, very Oslo to react. And then as of last week, Netflix said we might rethink it goes into effect, and the other studios of other conglomerates coming on board by CBS Warner media, Disney and others said, rethink it as well. And so that's kind of where we are in new cycle with a lot of pressure from. And the greater community to get out and studio saying. Oh. In January, we're going to rethink our committing to Georgia. It seems like you, perhaps, though, have stumbled on some Hollywood hypocrisy. Interesting. Say I think there is a case, let me put it this way. Case where the messaging and the PR maybe be a little bit ahead of this, and the policy. And by that, I mean, you know, the statements are while well-considered and certainly welcome. One is, of course, opposed to to this legislation. Nears feeling generated by PR department and that actually extricate Georgia given Helen's gone and tangled companies are there and given how much money they get to shoot there that might be another ball game entirely may not be ready to do that. Mean that I talked to one source. We're really hoping. Reason, but also because it would be incredibly complicated and extensive. Georgia. I think there's a certain again, a gap between being said, and with being ready or what reasonably be responding with Steve psychic. He covers the business of entertainment for the Washington Post and is written a piece, entitled, white Hollywood, isn't actually, in a rush to leave Georgia reference to some of the uproar over an abortion law there, what are the incentives like in Georgia Steve for these studios rich aware that states around the country. In fact, jersey. Ramp around.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All of a sudden, well, that's why they called it the silent killer. She's fifty two it's way too young. To leave the party, Georgia. Luke perry. According to those who knew and worked with him was very loved and respected member of the Hollywood community. It was known as a compassionate giving individual at a great family, man. So what precautions can we learn from this young man's that might help the rest of us? Avoid such disaster to ourselves or a member of our own family. I think you'd agree with me, George. The message just prevention and involvement in our own healthcare absolutely studio. Here have been on eighty two milligram baby aspirin. Might have saved him from the stroke that that's possible. Christians website, by the way, Mark heart, book dot com. Go to with go to it often. You get some great information there. Thanks Christian over at coast to coast AM dot com in the news are section. They're look at the picture of a man capturing an image of Jesus shining through the clouds. It is unbelievable. They say a picture's worth a thousand words, go take a look at it. What else is in the skies? Let's check in with Dr sky Stephen Cates. Hi, Stephen, what do you have forced this week? Hello, georgia. Great stuff as we all. Of course, celebrate space and space. X is amazing. Test miss enjoyed many people watch the the advanced dragon crew caps on on his demo one. It's gone. Very well, indeed, the dragon capsule, of course, we'll spend some five days actually ISS and once again splashdown and do your, but in the Atlantic Ocean on board kind of comical is dummy Ripley from the alien movie. Of course, her namesake is a dummy, of course, trying to see just how they can fit people can. The future into those space chairs as we begin that says commercial crew program and something really cool, George the two astronauts that have selected to actually ride aboard. This the first ones, of course, Bob Benkin. And of course, Doug Hurley later in July from astronomy, here's something really cool a galaxy and on his NBC thirty seventy nine a galaxy sixty seven million lightyears way has something unusual happening to George. These gigantic bubbles of what we call tonic raise some forty nine hundred light years across streaming across space. What does that mean for the earth? Well, let's we have solar minimum of approaching or well into it cosmic Ray induction or the incidence of cosmic rays is on the increase. This. Of course is not a good sign for the earth. The lives guy, George which everybody tells me they like we end off this way. A rare treat for coast listeners as the moon moves to its new phase on the sex. You get a chance folks to actually see what we call the light look for about an hour, of course before sunrise or after sunset. It's a large band almost looks like this big coma sky visible, of course, from dark locations. And also, this is amazing. Georgia's we close this phenomenon known as Steve no pun intended. For my name. It's called strong emission velocity enhancement. It's just this gigantic purple band in the sky called the proton storm it's starting to be seen as we move towards the hawks. So lots to see on that I time sky just reminds everyone, of course, George always remember to keep your eyes to the skies, Email me DR sky at Cox dot net, and George so many amazing things to come in March super. Thanks, Steven as you know, we highlight podcasters from around the world people who are doing innovative things on podcasting. In one is the cosmic goodie bag hosted by Carla cherry. She delves into the supernatural world. To the cosmic bitty bag. I in your house car the cherry. We are delving into the supernatural world interviewing game changers. Authors, medium sacred site junkies, even pet psychics are we are conscious expo. We have just seen Linda Moulton, how how many species do you think? There are do we know of only credible document that I have ever read from the government was for the briefing for Ronald Reagan, nineteen Eighty-one CIA NSA DIA. They said Mr President. There are five different types. There are even have heads shaped like a pair, the skin is gray almond shaped eyes me. And this is all in the briefing. Do you think censorship is starting to tighten up right now? I think it's going both ways. Do you think we're in the matrix an inverted matrix? It's all upside down if they made us something else with the soul in that. We have a Ness what I'm fighting for a loss of words. Thank you. This is Carla Terry for Cosby back and Carlisle is with us right now. Carlos sounds like you're having fun with this podcast. I am. Thank you, George. Thank you so much for highlighting it. I appreciate that people. Find you. On cosmic goodie bag dot com. Simple enough, cosmic goodie bag dot com. How long have you been doing this? Now, I've been doing it since since July, but I've been reading about issues for a while now, but I got into it about three years ago. You love it. You're having fun doing it. But you're going to break some big stories, and we can use them on coast to coast. Okay. That sounds good. You keep doing it. And you and you do this. How often? I do it. Once a week. I have a radio show on DASS radio with the internet radio. And then I do I drop the podcast once a week as well. So I I just find people that I'm interested in. And we talk about ET's I've had my own experiences. And I'm just so tired of the big cover up. We'll we'll all break it together. Okay. That sounds good. The more of us that can come out and say that we're not afraid of being called conspiracy theorist which is a conspiracy and itself and just get together. I think we're gonna send cosmic goodie bag dot com Carlo. Thanks and good luck to you. Thank you so much. Appreciate everything that you do you're one of my heroes and thanks for thanks for out the podcast. I appreciate it. Lots of talented people out there doing podcasts, and we want to give them their due. I'll tell you one other person who's doing some remarkable things world renowned John Edwards, psychic medium, and he is next on coast to coast AM..

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KCRW

"The most recent nationwide data from the FBI reported hate crimes increased seventeen percent in two thousand seventeen from the year before and when an attack happens entire communities are affected to talk about that impact. I'm joined by Tobin. Low co host of the podcast Nancy, which tell stories of the queer experienced today and Rebecca Carol cultural critic and editor of special projects at WNYC. Welcome. Both of you. So I want to start by asking the your reactions, and I know Rebecca, you you reacted in in writing to hearing about this story of Jesse smollet. What was your initial feeling in that moment when you heard the story, I felt so tense. I've felt immediately of a visceral response and started to sweat and and felt so so sad and triggered you know. And immediately started writing, and I didn't even think it was going to be a piece I just needed to get some some words down because it was the rope. It was the rope that really put me over, you know, I mean black and Brown folks LGBTQ folks, we hear and see the slurs. We see them online. We hear them on the street, but the rope to to to just imagine that that that sort of the tactile -ness of it. Just just devastating Tobin. You. I think for me, and I think for a lot of queer people hearing about attacks. Like, this you start to roll through the Rolodex of experiences that you've had and you know, times that someone is called you a name maybe on the train or on the street, and you're like, well, it could have gone another way, you know, like it could have gone violent or maybe you have had violent experiences in the past. I mean, I think for me and the other thing that I think about is as queer people. We can't not center the facts that Jesse is black and queer and that he exists in that specific intersection in that part of our community experience so much more experience so much more harassment. And so that's the part that I am I feel drawn to focus on and to talk about. Rebecca, you mentioned the rope. And just so, you know, we reached out to the Chicago police department to learn more about how they're investigating this. We haven't heard back from them yet. But that the rope it's deeply and profoundly painful, and it it just reminds me of not just lynchings of black Americans. But also Matthew Shepard was tied with a rope. We just made lynching illegal in the United States after two hundred failed attempts. The rope is significant. Oh, extremely so. I mean, it's indelible it is. And it is I certainly at the at the beginning when we first heard the story when the news broke, I tweeted, certainly about the intersection of it being both homophobic and racist. And then sort of went more into this this notion because of because of the news. And the rope. And because that is such an implacable part of black history slave history. It is it's part of it's in my bones. It's in our bones, collectively as black folks. And so that I think is something that we can't avoid talking about as well. And and very specifically and very trenchantly. There's I mean this. This story is deeply uncomfortable for me. I think it triggers and that word is used a lot. But right. I think this this this story in particular is really hard to process Tobin. What is the sort of balance between being out and proud of who you are and being afraid to be out and proud of who you are not just because of your because of being queer, but also being a person of color like how do you deal with all of those levels? Do you choose not to be out and proud because you're afraid of what you can control versus what you can't control. Yeah. It's it is tricky because it does feel bike. It is a potentially dangerous thing to be an out and public person right now. And I think, you know, this is something I've talked a lot about with other queer Fouts's idea that like when we talk about queer people who are out there, so often we focus. Stories of people who are fabulous and really confident and might have it altogether. And so that forced us to focus on stories where people are sort of like really putting themselves out there and feel really confident. And I think what that doesn't leave as much room for his vulnerability or talking about some of the dangers of being out and proud. So I mean stories like, this makes me think about you know, there's another side to that. Similarly, you know who runs the world girls. Right. I mean that that does not allow for a a very real vulnerability for black girls. I mean, we've just gone through this with our Kelly, you know, black girls don't really actually matter mom to to a lot of America American society in mainstream. So there's this. There's this overcompensation, you know, we're beyond saying black girl magic and all this kind of thing. And I worry that it really puts our girls more endanger. Because there's because because there isn't as. As much conversation about how to create that bridge, and how to be confident and step into who you are. But to also be very aware and mindful that there are forces actively working against you. And there's also, you know, one of the things we talked a lot about these emotions one of the emotions, I'm having his anger. I don't know if you guys are feeling the same thing. But the reason I am feeling that anger is because I don't it makes me angry that I have to be afraid. Yeah. I didn't feel you know. I mean, I I felt rage which I don't know if if it's that that's really the same thing as anger, I felt rage, and I just felt deeply deeply saddened. I mean, I just could not get the idea the image out of my head of this. This man who is by all accounts. An absolute Ray of light full of love his colleagues his fans his peers that he's in this moment alone with a rope around his neck. I just it's just so so deeply saddening what about the trauma? Because I think when we think when we talk about trauma. We don't quite understand it as a community issue. Right. We think about it as an individual thing, you went through something you're suffering through it. It's your trauma. But I think these attacks do affect the rest of our community right for sure. I absolutely think that the trauma is collective, and I think that it that it's observed an and absorbed in individual ways, but also in collective ways. And I think it's not particularly to as Tobin pointed out for it to be even more inclusively absorbed. Yes, I mean, even as we sit here, you know, there's different pieces that are triggering for each of us. You know, like, Rebecca you're talking about the lynching aspect of it. You feel it in your soul. And you know, the homophobic part of it is the thing that, you know, I think about it as people of color were all sitting here thinking about it. And so it it puts us on a room together where we're each talking about our trauma and trying to understand each. Each other's trauma. But I mean, the the feeling that I had afterwards. It's like, oh my God. Take your pick of awful things about this attack. There's sort of like too much to focus on it too much to Paul part. How do we deal with collective trauma? How do we like how did Trump traumatize people help each other get out of this or find ways to cope because I think one of the things about this is I it sort of creates a low grade or high-grade stress in all of us. Right. We're afraid to that. We may be attacked were afraid to say the wrong thing, we're afraid of just living our lives like how do we deal with that in everyday life? I was really heartened by the sort of solidarity, the national solidarity that came in response to this, you know, certainly from high profile folks, Kamala, and and the Hollywood Hollywood community, but also, you know, folks, online and social media and Twitter, you know, who aren't as well known who are struggling with understanding. Whether they're whether or not there needs to be an emphasis on one thing or the other. But are struggling none the less, and so I feel like that's like Tobin said take your pick. It's also an absolute resolute example of America embodied in this one incident. I was going to say also we talked about the news. But like, you said there are other elements to this that makes this almost a textbook moment here for this. This moment that we're living through. Let's talk a little bit about the language that both was used in that that the police are using I think that was a point of contention calling this a possible hate crime question, though, if the crime is being investigated, right? The cops can't come out and say it was this. So how do they how do we deal with that? Language. You know, I don't know the legalities around that for the police, but I do know that when a perpetrator and assailant is actually spewing hate while they're committing the crime. It's a hate crime. And so, you know, it it it begs the question certainly for those of us in journalism. You know, how to report it? But I I think that you have to say it's hate when it's hate. Yeah. And I mean, I think regardless of the language you can't race that reporting on it and talking about it is trauma or brings up people's trauma. That's inescapable. My hope is that for other, you know, PSE other folks when we have these conversations that we allow ourselves to soften into vulnerability. I think that there is a lot of pressure to always be right or to always feel like you have the answers and actually creating space to learn from each other. I think is so important in moments like this. And I think also that to find the strength in that vulnerability absolutely mean, we can be soft for a little bit. Yes. And I'm not not Rebecca Carroll is cultural critic and editor of.

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John Lasseter returns from exile

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:24 min | 2 years ago

John Lasseter returns from exile

"KCRW sponsors include Amazon studios, presenting Cold War, named best foreign language film by the national board of review and the New York Film. Critics Circle directed by Oscar winning Pablo Pavlovsky a words eligible in all categories. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt I guess yesterday was a good day for accused sexual harassers who were hoping to make a comeback. John Lasseter who left Disney and Pixar onto the cloud of multiple allegations of inappropriate behavior got a job at sky dance animation the company that is belongs to David Ellison. The son of very very wealthy multi-billionaire. Larry Ellison who gifted his son with a few billion dollars to make movies in Hollywood. Yeah. This is caused a lot of backlash within the animation community and the Hollywood community at large because it is probably the most high profile person to have been. In quote, unquote, metoo out of the business, and now to be back in, and we know that John Lasseter had been shopping himself around for months trying to get meetings with different people. Most of these companies are studios that are owned by publicly traded companies took a pass on him. This seems to be the one place that was open to it. And like you said it is not a public company. It is a private company owned by a billionaire. So the reaction within the community not good. Let me be clear. This was my story. I broke that story. And that is what caused his departure does the immediate cause of the departure from Disney and Pixar John Lasseter is brilliant animator with many storied films. I mean, Toy Story two frozen. Everybody knows this who knows anything about animation. However, this was a bad situation that had been allowed to fester. And while sky dance is a private company funded by private billions, it has a deal with paramount. The amount is not only a public company, but paramount is part of Viacom, which is also the parent of CBS, which has had horrible public problems with horrible sexual worst than sexual harassment allegations. And this is an embarrassment to paramount and a problem and a lot of people paramount is supposed to distribute sky dance animated films. This is a huge problem. Also for paramount. Yeah, we're hearing that people on the paramount lot or really upset about this and word saying, a why don't we just not release them? I don't think that's legally possible. But you know, we had a story in hide reporter today about talking to some female animators, and they are going on the record saying, I will not work at sky dance. If John Lasseter is there. That's a big problem because you know, yes, he's a genius. But what you just not gonna hire women. Are you gonna have all male all-male, animation company forgetting men and women? Like, there's a lot of men who are upset by this. Absolutely. I just don't I don't know when you're in a talent oriented business and talent has strong opinions about the kind of people they work with how do you operate a business? Like this win that's led by such a toxic person. And I will say that, you know. Yes, there has to be a road back. But what John Lasseter did was to issue basically an apology by press. Release a brief statement saying Oops, I really thought this all over and I'm really sorry. If I made people uncomfortable, and that is not the road back. I think we can agree. So we'll see I if sky dance wants to stay the course. But there are women running animation companies. There's a woman running Disney animation. Now co running a woman running paramount animation woman just aimed to run DreamWorks animation. So there is that. Thank you, Matt. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include focus features, presenting black klansman G Q hills. Black klansman is. The movie of the year nominated for three sag awards, including outstanding on samba cast in a motion picture and four critics choice awards including best picture of the year. This podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status has nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Chris Matthews has revealed the gig. Most white people will not vote for racist. But but but van Jones says the reason President Trump won is because of whitelash a bunch of white people who are racist concerned about the changing nature of the country. But Chris Matthews saying that most white people wouldn't vote for somebody if they're racist. What? And as I said in the article, which means it's necessary to characterize the opponent as a racist to prevent the white people that a lot of people call racists from voting for the racist. What if most white people won't vote for somebody? If there are racist doesn't that mean, this is not a racist country since the countries predominantly white is this on. Anyway, the articles up on larryelder dot com. Chris Matthews reaction to Kanye west explosives, the left's racecar hustle. It's gonna talk about the latest Project Veritas video this time. Claire mccaskill staffers are admitting that Planned Parenthood donates to her campaign, but they Planned Parenthood does it indirectly? So as not to illuminate the pro-lifers who are Clem Kaskel supporters. Wow. President being hammered for referring to stormy Daniels. As horseface did the Hollywood community jump on Michael Rapaport, the actor when he talked about Laura. Ingram's facial features. Laura ingram. The Fox News. Reporter you filthy pig. You dog faced animal. Remember more Ingram dark face. Just a year ago at McConnell is being dog face worse than horseface. Or is it a pickle Republican national convention throwing up the Nazi salutes? Check this out. Look look at the area and pinup girl. This is the same Marion pinup girl more Ingram who just a few weeks ago said that LeBron James and Kevin Durant, and these athletes suggest shut up and dribble. And then I said infamously that you should shut up and a jubilees remember and now lauraingraham, this savage, this dog whoever said that compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe had never encountered white guilt is much and this has nothing to do with her looks. It has to do with her behavior the things that she exudes. She's a sweaty pig. She's going after this high school student who. Do you like Laura you, obviously have an affinity for Donald Trump? But who do you like why don't you go away? Go back to the swamps to the sewage system to the revenge that you crawl that of you. Pig. You anyone in the Hollywood community issues some sort of admonishment chastise expressing Nieves discomfort with that? Yeah. I didn't think so. Ben Shapiro has offered to debate Alexandria or Cossio Cortez after watching her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. I can understand why she turned down the invitation you'll beat a ten time incumbent guy who just assumed that he was gonna win came out of nowhere. You're working as a bartender and decided that it would be a good idea to run for office. It's really one of the most remarkable stories I've ever stop and think about this.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I said in the article, which means it's necessary to characterize the opponent as a racist to prevent the white people that a lot of people call racists from voting for the racist. What if most white people won't vote for somebody? If there are racist doesn't that mean, this is not a racist country since the countries predominantly white is this on. Anyway, the articles up on larryelder dot com. Chris Matthews reaction to Kanye west explosives, the left's racecar hustle. I gonna talk about the latest Project Veritas video this time. Claire mccaskill staffers are admitting that Planned Parenthood donates to her campaign, but that Planned Parenthood does it indirectly? So as not to alienate, the pro-lifers who are Claire mccaskill supporters. Wow. President being hammered for referring to stormy Daniels. As horseface did the Hollywood community jump on Michael Rapaport, the actor when he talked about Laura. Ingram's facial features lauraingraham, the Fox News. Reporter you filthy pig. Doc fixed animal. Remember, Laura Ingraham dark face just a year ago at the Mitch McConnell is being dog face worse than horseface. Or is it a pickle Republican national convention throwing up the Nazi salute. Is check this out. Look lo look at the area pinup girl. This is the same area and pinup girl boring room who just a few weeks ago said that LeBron James and Kevin Durant, and these athletes suggest shut up and dribble. And then I said infamously that you should shut up and jubilees remember and now Warren Ingraham, this savage this dog whoever said that compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe had never encountered white guilt is much and this has nothing to do with her looks. It has to do with her behavior the things that she exudes. She's a sweaty pig. She's going after this high school student who do you like Laura you, obviously have an affinity for Donald Trump. But who do you like why don't you go away? Go back to the swamps to the sewage system to the ravine that you crawl that of you. Pig. You anyone in the Hollywood community issue some sort of admonishment chastise express Nieves discomfort with that. Yeah. I didn't think so. Ben Shapiro has offered to debate Alexandria, Cossio Cortez after watching her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. I can understand why she turned down the invitation you'll beat a ten time incumbent.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Modern day Lord, Byron stylish author with politics as his main theme writer against the grain, and as he would have put it a homosexual list. So he styled that word and didn't have many different phases of of how he would describe his sexuality. This consistent actually is at my, he. He said at one point in print, the word gay has never passed my lips and that was generational, but also very him. You know, to someone who was born in the twenties, gay meant something else. It was. It was a slang adopted by by gay people as a kind of a code or it's hell. Of course, the word men happy and it was in very heavy use, meaning happy in this is relevant to the movie. We're talking about today Scotty and the secret history of Hollywood because the first known use of the word gay as a double entendre probably is bringing baby with Cary Grant where he says, famously wearing Katherine Hepburn's housecoat. I've just went Gail the sudden that clip is in the film because Cary Grant is very much in the film because he's one of the people who. Had to leave lead double lives back in the the golden age of Hollywood. I mean, we're getting ahead of ourselves here. We can go back to Vitale and I can bring you through the door to the dad, Matt Scotty, Bowers, yeah, police do will. Scotty was someone I'd heard about in the line of duty for Vanity Fair. I had a string of pieces over the years about senior members of the Hollywood community. I sometimes called it the Norma Desmond beat because they were people generally who'd had huge careers. We're looking back on them and I was kind of like the the, the, the medium for them to reflect on their careers. One of those people's Merv Griffin who was really fascinating guy who lived a double life. He never really came out actually by a big profile of him, which I found just I found him just fascinating. He was sort of like the runner up to Johnny Carson. He was so open about that, but had a huge career was very, very wealthy through real estate producers. As well as behind as well as front man. He created jeopardy and owned and wheel of fortune and owned, and he wrote the theme to wheel of fortune which every time it's played, you know, shackles dropped into his Bank account. He was a really resourceful fascinating kind of not obvious powerhouse in Hollywood and the not obvious part I think is key to this whole discussion. We're having today because they're all these stories behind the stories in in Hollywood and obviously everywhere. But particularly in Hollywood. I think that a really fascinating on earth. So in the course of interviewing Merck Griffin, he told me about old ally. And he said there was a gas station on Hollywood Boulevard where you would go to get in trouble, which I love that euphemize among, you know, that was really the would have been the euphemism of the time. I've also I thought to myself. That's interesting noted. And then a few years later, I did a piece on a really fascinating architect who was part of the gay community. George q or sat the very elevated gay crowd back in the starting in the thirties and forties in LA. And he said there was a gas station on Hollywood Boulevard, and, oh boy, the cars were lined up around the block, and I said, okay, I have to figure out what this was one day. I'm with Gorby to in his living room in the Hollywood hills, and he apropos of nothing announces. I want to find Scottie whose Scotty he said Scotty was my pimp. Now, if you knew doll, that wasn't really such a shocking thing to have him proclaim apropos of nothing. That's kind of the type of thing. He would say Sisa tell me more and he said we had a gas station. I was like, okay, wait a minute. This guy is around, you know him and he's alive. And he said he is. He lives in laurel canyon, but I've lost his contact. So long story short, a book had come out recently called Kate, which was about the bisexuality of Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. It was in part about that in quoted in that book was Scotty Bowers who was quoted by name for the first time he'd been quoted by pseudonym in many books actually written about by many great literary figures, including Bill in..

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"hollywood community" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"True it's spreading this is the worst scandal i've been covering hollywood for almost two decades and this is the worst scandal in the history of all it were they've damaged their brand of beer away they ended couriers there i think there some careers that will never be brought back will level by war here's projects that have been cancelled there are now a marketing games bitterly danger and want to be taken burners that you look at people that have been accused of various forms of sexual behavior bayan coup people have been awarded um and herald people that have one austerer like graf what dostam hoffman kevin spacey um james told back david overall seoul uh and of course go hollywood community has tolerated behavior minute mid admitted criminal sexual assault committer roman away ski and woody allen who's been accused of criminal behaviour and these both both of these people uh been given oscars so i go i still think that at the upper levels of hollywood they don't get it they still think they're playing the game of the damage control and pr give you an example uh both television academy that i'm a member of and the motion picture academy having now damned of harvey weinstein for white yeah at the motion picture academy still has woman poll woody allen and get this they have casey apple eric as a presenter next here now guilting to online petition arched asking the academy to prevent casey affleck because he's he's had sexual harassment lawsuit against him i mean it's it's the worst mind of optic so i don't i don't think they're they're hypocrisy is still intact and that many in the hollywood community don't get it and you sir recently michelle piper called it this is systemic and but i think we jackie don't you getting scared because you care calculating uh business lawsuits um you know what somebody like kevin spacey has to cancel his show and pull out of rome projects that means that potential uh projects are losing money and so that's something they have to pay attention to it and also focusing on kepting straight the um allegedly is accused of sexually assaulting a minor yes and that brings up the unspeakable subject of criminal pedophilia day corey fouled has been running around trying to get someone to pay attention to am four of many many years and now now they are paying attention in all of us may get the entertainment industry will never be.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Think they're acceptable rate began army are bad it is absolutely allah tell the chief beck was my fault okay so but now you started this event you put together but you are no longer with north hollywood division is that right correct i i cracker downtown about three weeks ago to our mental evaluation unit wicket prompting letter from probably get by but it interested mind that prior to that i would i ran a canadian really opic over north hollywood and every year are booster board quick on a fundraiser um or put on an award from the forty nine th annual awards with they put on a bakery to berkshire board armed they report not only are offers but they purport are your program by could at our jeopardy he wouldn't any prime that we can't come up with money took them on trip or order biomarkers of equipment at the coast arbutus report that panel unperturbed at four and so um in addition to that day every year they hope to run chinh where they recognised knocked with officer of the year so to speak but i'm very in employee community members who have work in partnership with that we recognize the credit every year it jeopardy every year there's all kinds of bomb a polk within the north hollywood community ticket recognizing every year it all right we're here to run in phnom it's going to be over partner garage and yet the trip thursday and it's uh uh we got a couple of days map maybe to get an from last minute sir are registrant that it fifty dollars a cricket pretty a grandparent ika that that dollar group a long way and garbage can register at com can go to www got no hope how dot com okay no whole as north hollywood pal as dot com or if i go onto facebook they can look up um lapd valley how all right and log and create a facebook page excellent well if you're working in mental odd would you say was the mental evaluation ogden you and i eventually will definitely meet well are we we were pretty wide are we were all over the play firm are you know there is uh you know there's there's mental how far issued all over the city and abba you try to intervene and and offered an offer from knock have banded but from from longterm treatment for.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"Uh harvey has now been removed from the board in arguably his professional career is over however it is leading us to have a separate conversation of is this normal in hollywood and watch how culpable is hollywood on as a whole in in in allowing this type of behaviour criminal behaviour to persist given the fact that he has paid off several individuals and it is highly unlikely that the larger hollywood community did not know this type of behaviour was going on um so i want to open up the floor camelia what what are your initial thought and then what kind of can you the conversation well you know it this is a is pretty bad in but i'm not surprised especially considering the fact that what we kinda dealt with with the whole bill cosby incidents coming out in us just learning more an an and in realising you know sometimes in hollywood those old rumors of the casting couch and grimy exects sin and if people just using their power for for bad you know that it's that is true is actually happening but with harvey it's interesting because one you'd newlook looking as someone who is the one of the biggest people in hollywood so that stigma does apply in is dignified me sometimes you're forced to do something or you're asked to do something or someone tries to get you to do something you legit feel like if you don't do it your career won't happen or if you if you do do it in in you tell your career is over is will and we've even see neck as here cruise recently came out and said he was caught by hollywood executive did named the name a he felt the same way that he could not say anything or do anything because.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on WCHS

"And help ensure that there are more women in positions of power oh and then she just rose you know rose mcgowan who who uh was named in the new york times initials story after 1997 incident uh the then 23yearold was reportedly given an undisclosed settlement after the episode in a hotel room with weinstein at the sundance film festival now she's claiming because she went out and said you know you lie um and she's claiming that ben affleck not only knew about it but actively did nothing he has not yet responded to her uh uh uh accusation i you know ben affleck has been out in a we've talked about when he's been on a bill maher before an and arguing for social justice uh what's what's clear is is here though this was known in the hollywood community this was known yet and and i don't know i mean i i don't you know people sit there and they say uh you know i've i've i've somebody somebody uh i forgot who was somebody uh in the media throughout the other day there's been so many different a tweets on this that you know why and somebody come forward and it was a hollywood actress responding furiously saying you know what it's like your job rob would be at risk and are bent and and all the other stuff and and and again i mean some people gets never happened to me but anything that i disagree with and business irrespective of the money that i would lou lose never stop me from just there's a in me there's.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And so the question is what a book about the hollywood community what about the hollywood community in this massive coverup the silence of the libs as i called it on my facebook site the silence of the lips well the be a federal investigation and he payoffs and settlements we know there were some that's the allegation that's the report taj when it comes to harvey weinstein stein so as hollywood a criminal enterprise you'll even have these hacks like lisa bloom attorney don't you know an offspring of glory albright excuse me gloria allred whatever a fighter for women's rights a fighter for abused women and yet when the price was right they are she was by harvey weinstein side then she resigned after she realized whoops i made a pr mistake because she was trashed and social media as being another fraud fakes and frauds all around ladies and gentleman all around harvey weinstein stein would have these massive fundraising events for democrats of all kinds i suspect it's not because he was some kind of a leftist now it's hush money you see folks if you're a leftist and you contribute the leftists causes their organizations and their party the democrat party he had a pass for the most part it only took twenty years or more for this to catch up with weinstein twenty years and more in the manhattan district attorney at the time wasn't that long ago wired one of these young ladies ambra but lana gutierrez honestly i don't really follow the bubble that is hollywood so i if i mispronounced it i apologize said of our right rich in a police sting operation we're harvey weinstein amidst a groping but the manhattan district attorney decides i don't have enough as an evidence.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A practices of this kind are similar enough have been alleged and so the question is when a book about the hollywood community what about the hollywood community in this massive coverup the silence of the lips as i called it on my facebook site the silence of the lips well the be a federal investigation and he payoffs and settlements we know there were some that's the allegation that's the report taj when it comes to harvey weinstein stein so is hollywood a criminal enterprise you'll even have these hacks like lisa bloom attorney don't you know and offspring of glory albright excuse me gloria allred whatever a fighter for women's rights a fighter for abused women and yet when the price was right there she was by harvey weinstein side then she resigned after she realized loops i made a pr mistake because she was trash and social media as being and other fraud shen frauds all around latest jim all around harvey weinstein stein would have these massive fundraising events for democrats of all kinds i suspect it's not because he was some kind of a leftist now it's hush money you see folks if you're a leftist and you contribute to leftist causes their organisations and they're party the democrat party he get a pass for the most part it only took twenty years or more for this to catch up with weinstein twenty years and more in the manhattan district attorney at the time wasn't that long ago wired one of these young ladies ambra but to lana gutierrez honestly i don't really follow the bubble that is hollywood so i if i mispronounced at i apologize set of our right rich in a police sting operation we're harvey weinstein admits to groping her but the manhattan district attorney decides i don't have enough as an evidence to charge he being elected democrat as well turn up your volume if you're going to have to listen carefully to this cut eight go right now we have to go am sure water the bar.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

04:09 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KKAT

"And so the question is what a book about the hollywood community what about the hollywood community in this massive coverup the silence of the lips as i called it on my facebook site the silence of the lips what will be a federal investigation and he payoffs and settlements we know there were some that's the allegation that's the report taj when it comes to harvey weinstein stein so is hollywood a criminal enterprise you even have these hacks like lisa bloom attorney don't you know and offspring of glory albright excuse me gloria allred whatever a fighter for women's rights a fighter for abused women and yet when the price was right they are she was by harvey weinstein side then she resigned after she realized whoops i made a pr mistake because she was trashed and social media as being and other fraud fiction frauds all around ladies and gentleman paul around harvey weinstein stein would have these massive fundraising events for democrats of all kinds i suspect it's not because he was some kind of a leftist now it's hush money you see folks if you're a leftist and you contribute to leftist causes their organizations and their party the democrat party he had a pass for the most part it only took twenty years or more for this to catch up with weinstein twenty years or more in the manhattan district attorney at the time wasn't that long ago wired one of these young ladies ambra but lana gutierrez honestly i don't really follow the bubble that is hollywood so i if i mispronounced at i apologize said about right rich in a police sting operation while harvey weinstein admits the groping her but the manhattan district attorney decides i don't have enough as an evidence to charge he being elected democrats as well turn up your volume you're gonna have to listen carefully to this cut eight go we i am give it during the bar one there you go no person with thanks whereas jobs you're old i don't want to go listen me in the end of your marriage name is not as nasty kamal have removed nice were rage every day mary coming now one minute one woman guy coming search news yes one now.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:16 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A practices of this kind are similar enough have been alleged and so the question is what a book about the hollywood community what about the hollywood community in this massive coverup the silence of the lips as i called it on my facebook site the silence of the lips what will be a federal investigation and he payoffs and settlements we know there were some that's the allegation that's the report taj when it comes to harvey weinstein stein so is hollywood a criminal enterprise you even have these hacks like lisa bloom attorney don't you know an offspring of glory albright excuse me gloria allred whatever a fighter for women's rights a fighter for abused women and yet when the price was right they are she was by harvey weinstein side then she resigned after she realized oops i made a pr mistake because she was trashed and social media as being and other fraud fakes and frauds all around ladies gentlemen all around harvey weinstein stein would have these massive fundraising events for democrats of all kinds i suspect it's not because he was some kind of a leftist now it's hush money you see folks if you're a leftist and you contribute to leftist causes their organizations and their party the democrat party he get a pass for the most part it only took twenty years or more for this to catch up with weinstein twenty years or more in the manhattan district attorney at the time wasn't that long ago wired one of these young ladies ambra but to lana gutierrez honestly i don't really follow the bubble that is hollywood so i if i miss pronounced at i apologize said about right rich in a police sting operation we're harvey weinstein admits to groping her but the manhattan district attorney decides i don't have enough evidence to charge he being elected democrat as well turn up your volume if you're going to have to listen carefully to this cut eight go tbi the bar one yes to know these words juice.

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"hollywood community" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"hollywood community" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It indicates that the people who are making this don't care enough to have done that and it also indicates i think more importantly in eagerness in eagerness to break some sort of bury any sort of barrier whatsoever in terms of being the first to do something in the diversity space and it's getting to the point of being somewhat ridiculous where you can even you know there's an article malt will pull it up later perhaps them in the next segment that i i wrote action or dead i didn't write it but i sought i think actually brad pulled it up when his if i can find if you're an article regarding the here it is from the washington post why doesn't the muslim community look up to its black celebrity he's now the premise of this article is that oh it's great that that muslims are getting so much attention in hollywood they're winning all kinds of awards apparently i dunno i don't unattractive stuff and they're getting all sorts of recognition in hollywood but why is it that the black moslems aren't getting enough attention from the muslim community and from the broader hollywood community as a result of the work that they've been doing well remember when there was that actor who said that if you don't put blacks muslims on television that will encourage people to blow themselves up here yeah that was that was a guy who played in star wars actually yeah and what's happening here with this is indeed devolve is this trend to move the goalposts on diversity every two to the point where it's always a little bit further out of reach from third nirvana of total tolerance in this this kind of the i i deal that's unattainable of perfect tolerance whatever that looks like we're always in a couple more miles away from it is and we've got to demonstrate that by highlighting that no it's great that muslims are getting recognize in hollywood but what about the black moslems it's great that we've had a a black lead in the star trek series benjamin cisco in deep space nine but what about a female black lead we need to have a female black leave out and before you know it i'm.

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