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    The Road to the Hollywood wars

    By this time positions have been choosen. The story of the rift, maybe melt-down is a better way to describe it, between mr moviemaker and mr moviestar is well known in Hollywood, even if itís only whispered about, but the atmosphere is a nervous one.

    People know itís only a matter of time before the first casualties will be a fact, they also know that once mr. Moviestars stars dealing punches, they do not wish to be on the receiving end; his reach is far, his power and connections known and sometimes feared.
    They also know that while in general an easy going and pleasant personality, mr moviestar can be ruthless when he feels forced into a position he has to be.

    With this knowledge it will come as no surprise when the conclusion can be drawn already that the amount of people choosing mr moviemakers camp is considerably larger than those siding with mr moviestar.

    It may come an a surprise that in the midst of all this,, mr moviestar plays his last card by staging an accidental meeting between mrs moviestar and mrs moviemakerÖthis while the temperature in the world of glitter and glamour is rising to itís boilingpoint..

    The Ďaccidental meetingí between mrs moviestar and mrs moviemaker stars of friendly, and the two ladies even sit down for a cup of coffee. Conversation is friendly, yet polite and formal. This all changes in a heartbeat when in comes mr moviestar and plops into a seat next to mrs moviestar.

    Mrs moviemaker freezes, then wants to get up and leave. Mrs moviestar, however, urges her to stay and listen to what mr moviestar has to say. Mrs moviemaker, on guard, tells mr moviestar he has five minutes.

    This meeting took place in an well known, established, where the average customer wonít go daily. The protect our sources, we cannot give you the name. We hope you will understand.

    If it had been mr moviestarís intention to ease the tension, he immediately got of on the wrong foot, when he casually mentioned his recent meeting with mr moviestar in his opening statement.
    Mrs moviemaker tells him she is aware of the meeting that took place, and that if it was mr moviestarís intention to cause trouble between mrs moviemaker and mr moviemaker he can stop it right now. For not only was she aware of the meeting, she even encouraged mr moviemaker to go through with it. Adding she is not blind to the toll the whole mess has taken on mr moviemaker, she had hoped that at least they could have found a civilized way out of it.

    Mr moviestar replies that that was exactly what his intention was. Mrs moviemaker wonders that if that is the case, why was mr moviemaker in such fool mood when he returned?..
    Mr moviestar replies that mr moviemaker must have misunderstood mr moviemaker and his intentions. But mrs moviemaker disagrees. She thinks that now, more than ever before , mr moviemaker understands exactly whatmr moviemakers intentions are.

    Mrs moviemaker continues by saying mr moviemaker prefers to look for the good in people and that his biggest fault is that he tends to hold on to this for too long. Not because he is stupid or weak, but because he has a firm believe in the goodness in people in general, unfortunately he does this too much sometimes and needs to be protected against it.
    The sour mr moviestar replies itís more than clear to ghm mrs moviemaker has taken this task upon herself. Mrs moviemaker agrees to that and adds that while mr moviemakerís business instincts may work perfectly , his judgment in people is lacking at times, and whenever mrs moviemaker feels like people are trying to take advantage of that, she will step in.

    As the mood at the table seems to grow more hostile by the minute, there suddenly appears a muscular man at the table who places himself next to mrs moviemakerís chair.
    Mr moviestar laughs and enquires if things have gotten this bad already? Mrs moviemaker turns to the man next to her, who appears to be a bodyguard, telling him everything is fine and that he can leave. But the man replies he cannot do this, since he has strict orders. He remains on his post, while keeping his eyes on mr moviestar at all times.

    Mrs moviemaker decides this is her cue to leave. The annoyed mr moviestar wants to know why mrs moviemaker and mr moviemaker cannot see he is only trying to help?
    Mrs moviemaker answers that that is exactly the big question she has asked herself over and over again; why does mr moviestar think she and mr moviemaker need help, and what it is they supposedly need help with?

    Mr moviestar replies mrs moviemaker perfectly knows the answer to this, since she IS the problem. She has mr moviemaker is such strong chokehold, such power over him, he has lost all sense of reason. His real friends are seeing this and worry about the damage it is causing.

    Mrs moviemaker starts leaving when mrs moviestar pipes up, pleading with her to listen to mr moviestar and that he really means well.
    Mrs moviemaker only replies she is very fond of mrs moviestar and is very sorry, leaving in the what exactly she means with that.
    When mr moviestar gets up and walks over to mrs moviemaker, the bodyguard walks up to him closely and remains in front of him while waiting till mrs moviemaker has left. Only then he walks out as well.

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    Not long after this very peculiar meeting, mr moviemaker has a meeting with a good friend, who happens to be a big player in an old and powerful lobby.
    Mr moviemaker tells his friend he was right all along and that mr moviemakerís hopes in resolving this matter in a reasonable and peaceful fashion have proven naÔve.
    The friend urges mr moviemaker the time to play nice has long gone and that mr moviemaker needs to show he means business. If he does not do so , people might start thinking he has mellowed too much to be willing to strike back hard. Mr moviemaker agrees, but seems clearly upset by the turn matters have taken. The friend stresses they forced mr moviemakerís hand and he now has to act. Again mr moviemaker agrees.

    And thus we arrive at the Hollywood wars, of which we will keep you posted in the weeks, maybe even months, to come

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    When mr moviestar gets up and walks over to mrs moviemaker, the bodyguard walks up to him closely and remains in front of him while waiting till mrs moviemaker has left. Only then he walks out as well.
    I bet he was a LOT taller than Tofu Tom too!

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    I don't want to wait months to hear the rest of this story.

    I think VERY interesting how someone can know every word that is spoken in more than one private conversation. It makes me wonder if this is coming from Mr. or Mrs. Moviemakers' camp...

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    Have there been any weird rumours about Kate Capshaw? Has any of the CO$'s made-up rumours gone into any mainstream gossip sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sf_gossip View Post
    Have there been any weird rumours about Kate Capshaw? Has any of the CO$'s made-up rumours gone into any mainstream gossip sites?
    I doubt the bloggers will bite, she isn't that in the news lately and
    by now I'm sure most are aware that she is the target of CO$
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkly View Post
    I think VERY interesting how someone can know every word that is spoken in more than one private conversation. It makes me wonder if this is coming from Mr. or Mrs. Moviemakers' camp...
    Yeah, that's my thought, too. How could they get so many details without hearing at least the full discussion of one side of the story? This little drama is very fleshed-out for a little "tiff". When you hear an argument, don't you usually only hear or remember a couple of words here & there?

    It sounds to me like this would be one way to spin the dispute in the pubic eye: Control the information going to the press, make your celebrity seem more logical and compassionate, and discredit the other party's agenda.

    'Cause I've already totally taken sides on this one - lol - and I wouldn't give a rat's-ass if I hadn't read the whole tale. Wasn't that a movie anyway? "Wag the Dog?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    I bet he was a LOT taller than Tofu Tom too!

    Agree. The bodyguard must have been at least 5'2".

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    The Hollywood wars. All quiet the western front?…. don’t believe it for a minute!
    Theft, Innuendo, Retreating financial backers and the American in London

    With the temporary lull in the raging Hollywood wars we finally have the chance to add a new chapter to our ongoing story of mr moviemaker and mr moviestar. We use the word lull with caution, because al my seem ‘quiet at the Western front’ we all know that ‘looks can be deceiving’…don’t we? In that is exactly what is going on here, both teams are just taking a little step back to take stock of the damage; received and inflicted. We leave it up to you to decide where the damage has been the biggest, and take you through some of the events that have taken place.

    By the time we finish writing we expect the war to start in full blaze again, within weeks, perhaps even days . Keep your eyes and ears peeled and you know what we are talking about.

    Back to our story. With the declaration of war, issued by mr moviemaker, mr moviestar still manages to find the time to work on a new movie. And despite the heartache caused by the loss of the friendship with a dear friend, his spirits are upbeat and expectations high. His high spirits, however, were soon to be dashed. Mr moviestar received a phone call that devastates him; the country previously agreeing to allow mr moviestar to film his movie in their country, suddenly has had a change of heart. They prefer mr moviestar finds a new location…..

    The outraged mr moviestar starts his own investigation and soon learns sudden calls have been made to the once so friendly country. He learns the calls have been made by friends of a man the country admires tremendously….friends of mr moviemaker. He is not able to discover the discover the exact content of the conversations that have taken place , but does learn the friendly advise has been given that maybe it would not be such a good idea after all to allow mr moviestar to shoot his movie in their country. Mr moviemaker uses all his power of persuasion to convince the country to allow him to shoot his movie, but…the answer is friendly, yet persistent; it would be better if he would find another location….

    Mr moviestars hardship does not end here, however. When he finally manages to complete his movie. Despite the fact that more than a few financial backers, out of the blue, suddenly retreat their financial guarantees. And, to make matters even worse, the movie is hit with the hardest critics mr moviestar has ever faced in his entire career. It does not without it’s effect, the movie fails miserably at the American and international box office. A unique experience for mr moviestar.

    It doesn’t take mr moviestar very long to realize what is going on, and, in his desperation, he once again, tries to contact mr moviemaker. But, all his attempts to contact his former, powerful friend, fail. A wall of concrete cement has been formed around mr moviemaker, and mr moviestar does not have the strength and power to break through. Mr moviemaker has become unreachable ….

    Mr moviestar turns to his friend of the church of strong believers and they try to set his mind at ease. Counter measures have been taken and will hit mr moviemaker. Hard. Mr moviemaker is shooting a big budgeted new movie and the church of strong believers has has managed to bring one of their secret weapons within the enemy camp!

    Weeks after that, the movie world is rocked to it’s core by a surprising leak from the set of mr moviemaker’s new movie and his ferocious reaction. A young actor ‘accidentally’ spills some beans about the much anticipated new movie, and mr moviemaker seems willing to rip the poor young actor apart. His furious reaction to the incident shocks more than a few within and outside the industry. This is not the easygoing, experienced heavyweight they thought they knew, this is a man willing to send a young man’s career down the drain! What in the world is going on here?!

    To be entirely honest, we don’t know the inns and outs of this story either, what we can tell you is that the young man has had a history with the church of strong believers and that his legal representation was played by and provided for by?… you guessed it; the church of strong believers. We have our thoughts about this but leave it to you to draw you own conclusions….

    But it does not end here. Not much later there is another shocker, a theft from deep within mr moviemaker’s camp! The official word is movie documents and materials were stolen from one of his offices, but we have been told were of a significant personal nature. Another source tells us it was not the intention to take something from the office in the first place, rather to leave something behind that would allow the church of strong believers to obtain more information about mr moviemaker… ( don’t you hate it when you have a bug problem?…)


    We don’t have to tell you the story of the impressive sting operation the police undertook to retrieve the belongings. You have all be able to read all about this in the papers. You probably also read the robber was let go on bail. Did you read who put the bail up…do we really have to tell you?… Again we’ll leave it up to you to draw your own conclusions.

    Right at the end of round one of the Hollywood wars a fascinating meeting took place between mr moviestar and a certain theater director in London… let’s call him ‘The American in London’. The meeting took place in California where the American in London temporarily took residence.
    Mr moviestar and the American in London are not really known as good friends, but do know each other. When mr moviestar called the American in London and told him they need to meet because mr moviestar is worried about a mutual friend, you guessed again; mr moviemaker, the American in London agrees.

    During this meeting mr moviestar tells the American in London mr moviemaker is in serious trouble and in desperate need of help from his real friends. The American in London is somewhat taken aback by this revelation surprised he is not aware of this and asks what the problem is. Mr moviestar asks the American In London if he is aware of the trouble that have risen between mr moviestar and mr moviemaker. The American in London replies that he would have to live on mars not to have heard about it.

    Mr moviestar tries to tell his side of the story to the American in London who, according to several of our sources witnessing their meeting seems to grow increasingly impatient the longer mr moviestar speaks. In the end mr moviestar remarks that he is aware the American in London is sympathetic to mrs moviemaker. He is, however, also aware that the American in London is good friends with mr moviemaker and mr moviestar hopes that this will be enough to make him realize the damage mrs moviemaker is doing to him.

    The American in London tells mr moviestar he is completely unaware of the picture mr moviestar is trying to paint. He adds that should there be a problem, mr moviemaker is a big boy and can take of himself. He stresses he will not meddle in private affairs and urges mr moviestar to do the same. Now Mr moviestar hands the American in London papers with information he says was by thorough investigation of some good friends of mr moviestar. The American in London briefly scans the papers, then hands them back to mr moviestar and tells him he is not interested. But mr moviestar insists that mr moviemaker needs to know this.

    The American in London seems to be losing patience with mr moviestar and asks, why he doesn’t go to mr moviemaker with this information if he is so worried? Mr moviestar tells him mr moviemaker no longer wishes to speak with mr moviestar. The American in London answers that he is not really surprised to hear this and adds that if mr moviestar thinks the American in London will pass mr moviestars information on to mr moviemaker, mr moviestar is nuts.

    Mr moviestar answers that that is not what he wants, but says he knows the American in London is well connected, maybe he can talk to certain people in London, willing to publish the information since American media seems to scared to print it. He adds he hates things have to be done this way but that mr moviemaker needs to be warned. Sadly enough this seems the only way left to achieve this.

    At that the American in London gets up and tells mr moviestar he has no desire in getting caught up in the war between mr moviestar and mr moviemaker and leaves.

    Not long after the meeting between mr moviestar and the American in London, mr moviemaker receives a visitor. It is ( can you guess?) The American in London….
    The American in London informs mr moviemaker about his intriguing meeting with mr moviestar and warns mr moviemaker mr moviestar/or whoever might try and pass on severely damaging to the press in London since he can not get an American paper or magazine the publish it.

    Mr moviemaker wants to know if the American in London knows what it is all about and he replies that’ as far as he could see it looked as if mr moviestar and his friends had spoken to just about everyone who hates mr moviemaker’s wife with a passion and allowed them to unleash all the slander and innuendo they could muster. The American in London says he will keep his ears open and will let mr moviemaker know if events take place at the other side of the Atlantic he should know about.

    Two weeks after their meeting mr moviemaker receives a phone call from the American in London, from London. Mr moviestar /or his friends, did indeed try to feed the media in London their story..
    The American in London then tells mr moviemaker he already spoke wih several people and that those he spoke to will not go with the story after checking it’s credentials. But there might be one of two willing to run with it. Mr moviemaker thanks the American in London for his warning and assistance and that he will take care of it from here.

    Last we heard no paper in London is willing to publish the story


    Stay in touch we will be back with a lot more, soon!

    03/06/08 London Sentinal.

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    Go Kevin! Team Spielberg forever!

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    Who is the American in London?

    And I could never figure out why Tom Cruise hates Kate Capshaw so damn much? And is this "incriminating evidence" for real, or something co$ cooked up and told Tom it was the truth?

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    Kevin Spacey is exactly who I thought of as well. Thetan Tom is shit-outta luck all the way around. I hope he's happy with Mrs. Stepford since it appears she and alien Suri are all he will have left with his millions.
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    So, if my mental timeline is right....and I think it is...Mr. MovieMakers revenge or response to Mr. MovieStar's attempts to have the London papers publish the story was to have all those videos of the MovieStar and Church of Strong Believers released on the internet and the gossip sites....correct??

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    I've thought about that possibility too. But even still, if that is the case, the church of strong believers shouldn't have been dumb enough to 1) take the bait and 2) do what they did. They had it coming as far as I'm concerned.

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    Sounds to me that Mr. Moviemaker is winning the war!

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    I wonder if Spielberg or his camp have any feelers in the whole "Anonymous Legion" thing, or if they're just watching from the sidelines and keeping track of this possibly seperate movement.

    Either way, Team Spielberg all the way. He's going to grind that midget to dust, while some random internet collective has Scientology on the run and a number of their ex members in their pocket.

    What's really interesting is that the whole of Scientology is backed up against a wall, fighting battles on numerous sides. Either they're going to fold, or get *really* dangerous and unhinged.. cornered animal like.
    I am from the American CIA and I have a radio in my head. I am going to kill you.

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