""A lot of people have this misconception that movies is all about red carpets and cocktail parties with actors and stars and stuff like that," Bourne, who was an executive producer for "The Blind Side," said. "That's not what it is. It's about the carpenter. It's about the electrician. It's about the driver, the people behind the scenes."
That's exactly why their first on the list of credits.
Everyone knows that's not true. It's about the money they can save and spend on cars, homes or liquor and pocket thru "creative accounting".
Been there, seen that.
So why not remove the cap and make it free to film here. Even some added money to make the producer feel wanted.
In reality, it's the same 300 people working getting the benefits of this lunacy.
We got along before them, we won't even miss em.
Soon there will be a new Circus in town.
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