H'WOOD GAGA OVER GOSSIP Rumor mill distracts execs, destabilizes studios

Bing, Jonathan; Gray, Timothy M.
January 2003
Variety;1/27/2003, Vol. 389 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
Deals with the intensification of rumors and gossip in the U.S. entertainment industry as of January 2003. Factors which contribute to the heightened rumors in the country; Negative effects of the rumors on the business of film agencies; Forms of rumors surrounding the industry. INSET: TRUE LIES.


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