Scathing Letters

Subject: Fwd: London Fields had an all star cast including Cara Delevingne, so how did it become a disaster movie? | London Life | Lifestyle | London Evening Standard

From: Chris Hanley Date: October 6, 2015 at 8:08:36 AM PDT To: David Guy Levi gmail, Louis Petrich, "Elizabeth L. Schilken", David Levy, Jordan Gertner hero Film, Reno Antoniades, Mike Brookes, Chrissie Atkinson, Roberta Hanley, Lilly Bright Subject: Fwd: London Fields had an all star cast including Cara Delevingne, so how did it become a disaster movie? | London Life | Lifestyle | London Evening Standard David guy levy : You really said that I never respect a director vision ? " chris is someone Who isn't known for respecting the director vision much " to Suzanne Butter directly of the london evening standard - and agreed to have this newspaper publish this ? I have made 40 movies and worked with directors : oliver stone 3 times , larry clark , nick cassavetes , fernando Marseilles , Sofia Coppola , harmony korinne , gaspar noe , Vincent Gallo, mary Harron , james Toback , Jonas Akerland , asia argento , michael winterbottom and steve Buscemi to name a few -- the most auteur directors in the world . You think I have made 40 Movies with the most respected creatively directors in the world and I am not known for " respecting a Director vision much " ? And you agree to publish this in an internationally known paper ? all I know is I agreed on London Fields to a stipulated payment to you as agreed in our 2004 agreement re london fields , and when I asked for a few days to see my mother before she died , even as I agreed to make the payment , you had the Hollywood reporter write that I would have a "body attachment " warrant if I didn't show up , when I had already agreed to make the payment and did make the payment just as I agreed to. However my mother did die and I was not able I see her before she died. That's the kind of producer you are. Besides working with almost no directors your entire life , this film is excellent and a new genre and it's the best movie your name has ever been associated with , so I am curious why you would denigrate it. And take the time to denigrate the screenwriter Roberta as well " from what you understand " Perhaps you should see the movie before you publish your wrongful statements. Chris H Subject: London Fields had an all star cast including Cara Delevingne, so how did it become a disaster movie? | London Life | Lifestyle | London Evening Standard http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/london-fields-had-an-all-star-cast-including-cara-delevingne-so-how-did-it-become-a-disaster-movie-a3071176.html Sent from my iPhone

“A Slick American Taliban Against Women”

Screen-Shot-2014-10-24-at-2.27.42-PM Here’s an excerpt from that Daily Beast article about Debra Granik (director of Winter’s Bone). Granik saw a number of projects fall by the wayside, including an HBO pilot, American High Life, which followed the path of a young, determined woman navigating her depressed Midwest hometown. That pilot was rejected, which isn’t too surprising given that, as the Huffington Post’s Maureen Ryan pointed out, “With one exception over the course of four decades, HBO has not aired an original one-hour drama series created by a woman.” There was also another pilot Granik got deeply involved in that featured, she says, “balls-out females on the open plains, like the Wild West.” But that project ran into serious hurdles with the network brass. “There are content issues,” says Granik. “Each time the project would become heavily compromised. I’d say, ‘I don’t think she needs to be a prostitute to be interesting’ or ‘I don’t think she needs to be raped to be interesting,’ and they’d say, ‘Well, geez, we do need the vagina dentata and we do need the sexual violation, otherwise…’ I mean, should most actresses just get double mastectomies? Is that what they have to do to change the cultural narrative?” I mention HBO’s longstanding “boobs mandate,” and she furrows her brow before exclaiming, “Where’s the cock?!”

To: Chris Hanley | From: Yilmaz Alimoglu

From: Yilmaz Alimoglu <****@**********.***>
Date: December 10, 2011 4:12:06 PM PST
To: Chris Hanley <****@*****.***>
Cc: Richard Horowitz mac <********@***.***>, Roberta Rodman Hanley <******@*********.***>, "Phillip L. Rosen" <******@********.***>
Subject: Re: letter form roberta
Thank you for your response Chris. You can call me whatever you like, yes, I can be very rude, by intention and design. As you said, you have better people to work with and there is no need to work with someone like me who is an asshole. I have my own world of rules and principles and none has the power change that, including cruelest generals in wonderful uniforms and capitalist with deepest pockets and designer suites. I am a Sufi mystic -I don't expect you understand the full gravity of that wording-and my ways are different than yours. I will not come to your office and kiss your ass or other asses whom others may perceive to be important and significant human beings, no ass worthy of any kisses, even the most beautiful ass. I am sure there will never be a shortage of people who would tell you all types of interesting stories but not this soul. You are just like the millions of other human beings roaming on this planet and destined to die, sooner or later and one of your legs is already in the doorway of death, but you would not understand the depth of that seeing, i.e. veils. Just remember, when the spirit is violated, then all is violated. It is not important for me to make a film. If it is meant to be then it shall happen.  3 weeks ago I refused an offer from one of the biggest publishers in the industry worth $150,000. Yes, that is a lot of money for a new author. I am too rich to accept money from publishers whose ways are crooked. I am rich even when I am financially poor. I live for a specific purpose, certainly it is not for money nor fame. I don't need you (and your money) and you don't need me and my talents, well, I don't call it talents but a mystic heart speaking for the good of human beings, by the blessings of the Almighty, inspired into the seven  layers of the spirit in the spirit. I am not a professional writer but I can write better than most. Yes, work with good people. Take Care. Yilmaz
On Sat, Dec 10, 2011 at 3:59 PM, Chris Hanley <****@*****.***> wrote:
Yimaz :
I will review the agreement
I have made 33 movies and two movies this year with nick cassavetes ( who did The Notebook ) and fernando Merielles ( city of god and constant gardener ) for $13 M and $15 M respectively
I think you have no experience in filmmaking hence why you have no sense of how long it takes to finance and produce movies ( American psycho was 7.5 years and virgin suicides was 3.5 years to give a couple typical examples )
Over at MUSE we don't really like to work with people that are rude and inexperienced with us as we have many top rated talent that contacts us every day to meet, so why work with rude people that have no sense of what it takes to make a movie .
So I will review the agreement and see if we broke any of the terms , I certainly would not want to break any agreements and would agree with you if I did
Unfortunately I will stick to the agreement as we bore the legal costs for the contracts which if you breached the terms of our agreement ( I am not saying you have) , we would need our minor sunk costs returned if we did agree to terminate on the basis that life is too short to work with people where we do not have a meeting of the minds)
I must say that the book was rather compelling and apt for this period in the history of filmmaking to be made. I think it hits on very important themes for our current times -- and did so with potential for a certain poignancy which had not been seen in this kind of material and themes
I will get back to you
Chris hanley
On Dec 10, 2011Xperia , at 10:17 AM, Yilmaz Alimoglu <****@**********.***> wrote:
Dear Chris, Below message for your information. Consider it cancelled. Regards, Yilmaz
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Yilmaz Alimoglu <****@**********.***> Date: Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 3:05 PM Subject: Re: letter form roberta To: ******@*********.*** Dear Roberta, This is Yilmaz Alimoglu, the author of Deserts and Mountains. I have signed contract with Muse Films and Richard Horowitz with sincere intentions of turning the story into a film. I had different plans for the film but Richard used our relationship to get me sign a contract with your organization. I spent months writing the film script. I signed contract based on some promises none of which has been materialized. I have not received any updates since I signed the contract back in May of 2011. I lost all faith I had in your organization and Richard Horowitz. I don't think your organization is up the task of turning the brilliant story into a real film. I am not despetate in working with you or with people who cannot deliver on their promises. A contract is not a negotiation and it is an agreement. I would like you to cancel the contract. Everything matters and everything send its vibration into the universe, where it echoes and returns as more of the same. Good intentions coupled with actions, expressed words, living a life of truth in general pleases "The Divine Substance Placed Within each and every Person" to which God will return and respond by giving a feeling of completeness and meaning to one's life and those who live a life of lies, destruction, deceit, bad intentions by not abiding to divine principles can only live a life limited to exactly what they have shown to God. Regards, Yilmaz Alimoglu
On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 5:39 PM, Richard Horowitz <********@***.***> wrote:
Richard, I am so sorry about your mom. She must have been amazed and proud of you, as you sure do dazzle with your soul and your talent. She must have been bright and smart like you. Sorry. Its always so sad. What a big change.
Please Richard ask your author to allow us to produce this film. It seems that we would need to meet prior to Cannes in LA to confirm if you can work with us at muse productions or hero finance or finance partner that tends to finance for us.
Is it possible that the publishers clearance of the underlying copyright is supplied on the book. And any other matters we can go over together with your author and writer on a conference call over the phones. Will you be in LA next week?
It would be lovely to work with such a dear friend who knows and respects the cultures in this brilliant story.
The imprtance of this as a film cannot be denied. I also, sympathize with the characters and adore the intricasies of the culture which is wonderful to see and which gives us the chance to grow and learn. It can only be a help to all concerned in the present cultural alliances which are so few and far between. This is a very good way to bridge the gap.
And you and your novelist did a wonderful job on the script.
Once again, my sorrow extends to you for your mother's passing. It is an enormously sad change in this lifetime.
Love,
Roberta
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile

To: Elyse R. Scherz | From: Roberta Hanley

-----Original Message----- From: roberta@musefilm.com Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 22:37:54 To: Elyse Scherz. WME Subject: Re: Please Elyse, I am up to speed after speaking to andrew. Although it seems clear that jessica alba will go on promoting her own performance only if casey affleck a mentally imbalanced person with a diminished mental state agrees to go. It isn't the independant thinking female character that is responding at this time, but a female suppressed by a male who is sadistic and inferior. This isn't normal. There are filmmakers, her peers, albeit directors, press, and fellow actors that will hear this response and wonder what century we are in and if she is under some taliban sensibility. But not jessica alba who was an independent and free human being albeit a female. My disappointment is boundless. I am horrified by casey's power over her career's direction. I do not see where she lost her strength, but I wouldn't consider this behaviour becoming a hollywood star at any time. Historically actresses were beyond the bondage of society. beyond men controlling them since Aspasia in ancient Greece to sarah bernhardt in the turn of the 20th century to margaret sanger (chris' great aunt and his middle name) and instead we are to be left with sarah palin and jessica alba representing female empowerment. I am nauseous from feminine weakness. Her screen sexuality is tainted by being under the will of any male that shows strength no matter how weak or mentally ill he may be.

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To: Chris Hanley | From: Vincent Gallo

Subject: Re: stolen Glitter Buffalo '66 poster From: Chris Hanley Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2008 03:58:59 +0000 To: Jonathan Fong muse cel , chris hanley , Danny Thomas Well we have agreed as is well know to never speak ( or communicate) again in this lifetime ( this was by the way over an argument roberta had with Gallo and then later took it out on Chloe on the " blow job" issue of re Brown Bunny -- not my issue at all-- I am one of minority who prefers the long version of Brown Bunny, and have gone on long record from day one as having defended the film as achieving some level of filmic artistry , esp in the phtography ). I guess the strategy was not clearly thought out to get a poster replacement).

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To: Jonathan Fong | From: Vincent Gallo

I would rather not have images or relics of my work on display at the Muse office as if Muse was a friend or real former partner. Why not simply blow up and glitter over the sad letter faggot Chris wrote to youtube to maintain his illegal exploitation of my likeness. A real class act he is. On 10/31/08 12:15 AM, "Jonathan Fong" wrote: Dear Vincent, Someone has absconded with the "diamond dust" Buffalo '66 poster from our Venice office. I see you've sold out of them on your merchandise site. Do you happen to still have a copy you are willing to sell for a reasonable price? Thanks. Best, Jonathan Fong Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

To: Chris Hanley | From: Laura Albert

(1.) Why did Antidote Sue Laura Albert? Even the trial judge was mystified by Antidote's motives. In his words, "The mystery to this case, the enigma wrapped inside a riddle…is why a film company would spend about 3 times what they are asking for in damages in their own lawyers fees…"

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To: Tracey (Independent) | From: Claudio Modola

Dear Tracey A friend here in Lamu, couple of weeks after your departure had the questionable idea to inform me about an article on the Independent. I used the day after the poor technology available to this remote corner of the empire to find it. The author was you and the profile of the man between your lines was I. My identity it may be not clear to most of the Independent readers but unequivocal to everybody in the archipelago. I feel therefore the right to respond in an amicable manner with no hope that this page will compensate somehow yours but just as a sort of intellectual exercise. A way to translate few thoughts. It seem dear Treacly that for some mysterious reasons you are slightly “Haunted” by the word “mercenary” that in your writing is clearly confused with the word “Hitman” in the most hollywodyan sense of the term.

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To: Chris Hanley, Andrew Gruselle | From: Alexandria Hill

The Independent, Friday, 26th January 2007 The other week a strange thing happened to me. I say that it “happened” because it was out of my control. I had dinner with a mercenary. Or should I say, ex-mercenary. I had no idea. In fact, as is probably the case with many mercenaries, he was charming. Cultured, present-day occupation as an architect, good sense of humour, spoke many languages – generally an all round pleasant person, who had the grace and generosity to invite me into his home. (But how did he pay for it!)

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To: Chris | From: AJ

Chris, Aj here (Bang Bang Club, etc...) I'm back from a hell of a fall from grace and integrating myself back into the loop. Since we met last, alot has happened; some curb-side spiritual transformation through fire. I'd love to work with you again at some point Chirs...maybe on a scipt about what's happened for me. Here's a taste... You might have noticed I was beginning to spiral out of control; those parties, the talk, the circle of questionable people I was surrounding myself with...well I learned the cliché is true "the bigger they are the harder they fall"...

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To: Danny Thomas, William Santos | From: Chris Hanley

danny: actually santos might have finally gotten the operation like he alwaysused to talk about ,its funny but in the world of inteet communications where people oftendont meet , perhaps never meet . . many people now create new identitiesin the minds of the people they send out emails too . . the opportunityfor so called hoax's of false identity are pervasive these days, and JT isan example of the trend one has in being able to recreate ourselvesin ways that were not permitted by prior cultural historical periods -- we are in the age of"avatars" , myths of our own selves being as real to us and those to whomwe communicate the events of our lives to, as our non-mythical day today existence.its ok -- even the one referencing self reproducing identity programs as questionablelegal entities, at least in the event of a identity program that mutated on its own where there isno obvious human designer of the autonomous self reproducing program. ( well dnais that , after all -- it leads even to networks of neurons , electro- chemical fields pattesthat constitute thought -- apparently 20% of the human genone is actually patented-- apparently having been "discovered" by researchers , or research institutions ( so corporation, and govement agencies have patents on some of each of our geneticmakeups.JT Leroy afterall is not human -- not real -- never bo -- the mere creation of a dnabased a human ( or humans) entity's pattes of thought.put up on the muse site all the letters so farchris

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To: Thomas, Hillary | From: Hanley

William Hurt could play me , and Uma with dark hair and a big bush can play Asia If we need to go younger Heath Leger and Zhang Zhihi Chris Sent wirelessly via BlackBerry from T-Mobile. -----Original Message----- From: David Hillary <david@deviantfilm.com> Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 14:09:44 To:chris@MuseFilm.COM Subject: Re: J.T. Leroy Article NY Times Chris, can we put this hilarious email exchange on the Muse website? This is the movie. The Making of J.T. LeRoy aka Savanah Knoop. Who would you want to play you in the movie? Who would play Asia? Best, David

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To: Roberta Hanley | From: Bob Shaye

To: Lorna Umphrey From: David Cronenberg Date: November 12, 2004 Hi Lorna, � Please let Roberta know that I agree completely with her letter to Bob Shaye re that fussy, petulant reader's report. It's a laugh. I wonder what that reader would have said about my script for Crash. � Best, David

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To: Chris Hanley | From: Adam Goldberg

From: Chris Hanley Subject: Re: i love your work< rejoinder to adam goldberg Date: November 11, 2004 8:07:57 PM PST To: dehillary@MuseFilm.COM, danny@brink.com, ddiamond@saspix.com, agrealism@earthlink.net, lorna@MuseFilm.COM, tim@deviantfilm.com, roberta@MuseFilm.COM, Doug@DeviantFilm.com, and 1 more... Cc: chart@icmtalent.com, pjs@ziffrenlaw.com, agruben@mail.mojohouse.com, RTab@icmtalent.com, howardt@icmtalent.com adam : my notes below : everything you state boils down to one thing: a document was executed giving Fireworks an "approval right" over the north american deal when fireworks inc only had a sales agency position on north american and a second position on recoupment after Cyan. I Love Your Work Inc, of which you are a shareholder and officer , is the owner of the copyright and has entered into an assignment to Fireworks giving such approval rights ; and , Cyan, the primary equity investor did not seek proper legal representation to protect their interests. You are a primary figure of this structure, and seek to blame this on Muse. I , by the way, recommended to David Hillary, another shareholder and officer of I Love Your Work Inc , Fireworks not have any approval rights or position at all other than a passive sales commission on North America. I had no communication or relation with Cyan , no telephone contacts , nor was I privy to the equity financing of Cyan.

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To: Roberta Hanley | From: Bob Shaye

COMMENTS: LONDON FIELDS is a fairly disjointed and predominantly nonsensical drama that fails to offer much in the way of a coherent plot, developed characters or a satisfying ending. Things seem to take place randomly, with little reason for events to occur. The main characters are incredibly simplistic and unsympathetic and we never connect with either on a deeper level. Because we aren?t involved with the plot or characters emotionally, we simply do not care about what transpires. It is unclear what the authors were attempting to accomplish in this screenplay, but it is safe to say that whatever it is they did not succeed. Perhaps they were going for a quirky, gritty drama/thriller, but this story doesn?t possess the intensity or coolness necessary to pull that off. All in all, LONDON FIELDS is an utterly uninspired script that falters instantly out of the gate and never recovers; making it an unmitigated pass on all levels.

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To: Alain De Mata | From: Chris Hanley

alain: to begin with molly was sending the emails for me as I have so many emails ( 480 unread emails at this moment. I am getting over 100 emails a day and responding to as many and my computer is burdoned and therefor I have resorted to molly using her computer for my communications. perhaps she did not make it clear but the email was from me. I would like to point out that you spent a lot of time typing an email that if you compared to the amount of time I put in, and the amount of financing I supplied that one wonders why you would be sending an email like this to molly who as you know is only helping me out with communications at this time and did not develop the movie.

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To: Thomas | From: Peternal

well at least it shows a canny, cunning, and apt reference to Irreversible and that noted murder therein by fire extinguisher to a mans head in club rectum , and further shows the shared mind of michael burress with that of director gaspar noe and all those consumed by bridled anger at their state of existence, perhaps an anger not grown from inner faults at all, but by the outer state of the world , this anger tempered by the unwillingness of mankind to accept this tendency to harber violence, when the anger itself is really an emotion generated by hormone levels manufactured in the more primitive areas of the brain, those assemblages of neurons , shaped by the ascent of earlier life forms, animals , beasts , hunting carnivores creatures as men, and a simple autocatalytic feedback loop that generates such emergent properties as life being behind it all. ch

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To: Chris Hanley | From: Douglas Kelley

From: Douglas Kelley Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 7:39:55 PM America/Los_Angeles To: chris@MuseFilm.COM Subject: Freedom Wine DKS Reply-To: douglas.kelley@erols.com Welcome to the Douglas Kelley Show List http://dks.thing.net/ Dear Unidentified List Recipient, We sympathize with recent reports of Americans pouring out good French wine in order to protest continental attitudes to war with Iraq. At the DKS we want to do our part. For proper disposal unidentified list recipients may send unopened bottles (preferably '86 Bordeaux) to the show and we'll make sure they are hygienically disposed of. Thank you Sincerely yours, DK

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To: Harry Knowles | From: Murphy

>> From: Don_Murphy@spe.sony.com >> Date: Tue Mar 4, 2003 11:20:15 AM US/Pacific >> To: Harry Knowles >> Subject: IRREVERSIBLE ? LET'S SAVE AICN >> >> >>Don, >>The fact is most murders of passion are extreme. THAT IS TRUE. IT IS ALSO TRUE THAT THERE IS NO MURDER OF PASSION IN THE FILM SO WHAT IS YOUR POINT? THERE IS AN UNMOTIVATED POINTLESS VIOLENT RAPE AND A MURDER OF FURY IN A NIGHT CLUB. DID YOU SEE THE FILM? CRIMES OF PASSION HAPPEN BETWEEN PEOPLE IN LOVE.

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To: Rack | From: Hanley

From: Chris Hanley Date: Thu Feb 20, 2003 5:42:07 PM America/Los_Angeles To: RackBJ@aol.com Cc: mschnell@mpbond.com, tim@MuseFilm.COM, jill@jillmeyersmusic.com, RobertFyvolent@aol.com, anthony.beaudoin@nyc.nxbp.com, Dorkingn@aol.com, kevan@bluelight.co.uk, cchmara@loeb.com, Danny Thomas , Timothy Peternel , david@musefilm.com, Al Dickerson Subject: Re: Billy Corgan I merely was requesting that the signature on the Corgan contract be affixed to the document that many very esteemed council have also failed to get , even though it is fully agreed upon, just as I have.

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To: Hanley | From: Rack

On Thursday, February 20, 2003, at 05:18 PM, RackBJ@aol.com wrote: In light of the fact that we took the high road and have invested over a half a million dollars in your movie to clean up the mess that you, as the Producer of the film, created, instead of pulling the film back and stripping out all of the wonderful music that wasn't cleared; and in light of the fact that several members of my staff have slaved nearly full time and for months, in order to fix your film which included among other things, to acquire the rights to the music that you irresponsibly failed to, although stupidly having put it into your soundtrack, I find your message to Madeleine most outrageous.

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To: Muse | From: Muse

DUBAI, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Following are excerpts from a speech by Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden addressing the American people in a video tape, parts of which were aired by Al Jazeera television on Saturday, as translated by Reuters. "O American people, I am speaking to tell you about the ideal way to avoid another Manhattan, about war and its causes and results. "Security is an important foundation of human life and free people do not squander their security, contrary to Bush's claims that we hate freedom. Let him tell us why we did not attack Sweden for example.

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To: Gallo | From: Murphy

Subject: HangUps and HangDowns Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 17:07:52 -0700 From: Don_Murphy To: VINCENT GALLO you really got a vincent gallo hang up.NO HANG UP ALTHOUGH I DO THINK YOU ARE PRETTY COOL it's gonna kill you knowing you and your twisted ego blew your chance to make a manson film with the best person by far for the part. WELL ACTUALLY IF THE BEST PERSON BY FAR FOR THE PART WANTED TO DO THE FILM AND HAD HIMSELF PRICED REMOTELY AFFORDABLY AND HE TURNED OFF HIS NEGATIVITY RAYS THEN HE'D BE DOING THE FILM it will be fun to hear people talk about your crap movie one day.

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To: Gallo | From: Murphy

Subject: Gallette and The Jets by Elton John Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 09:32:39 -0700 From: Don_Murphy To: Gallo Thanks for your kind reply. The reality is that you never wanted to do the film, and that saddens me. Say what you will, you know in your heart this is true. You either don't like the script (if you read it as you claim) or you don't like us or you are afraid of playing Charlie. If you DID want to, you would try to work it out - we had several AMAZING meetings with you, you were our guy, and then you phoned asking for most of the budget. How does one "make an offer" under those circumstances?

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To: Gallo | From: Murphy

To: Don Murphy cc: Subject: Re: Mansonmania by William Blake on 8/28/01 12:10 PM, Don_Murphy wrote: > > > Vincent: > > > Round and Round the phone calls go > Does he want it? I don't know....

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To: freelisaconnelly.com | From: Bully Producers

Subject: BULLY Producers Reply To The Statement Of Death Threats Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 20:51:51 -0700 From: chris hanley To: JusticeForWomen@freelisaconnelly.com Well I am the producer of the film along with Don Murphy and Fernando Sulichin and we are completely baffled. In fact we love the controversy that your site and statements contained therein has created around the movie Bully--and the director and our selves as producers have always enjoyed the right of others to criticize our work. Don Murphy made Natural Born Killers and I made American Psycho and Larry Clark made Kids--and these films were subject to extreme controversy which we felt opened the themes of the movies to scrutiny that engendered a fair analysis of the content presented to our audiences.

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To: Murphy | From: Hanley

Subject: Death Threats Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 12:25:58 -0700 From: Don_Murphy@spe.sony.com To: chris@MuseFilm.COM CC: Richard_Benattar@spe.sony.com, Shannon_Ericson@spe.sony.com,dehillary@MuseFilm.COM, denimette@aol.com Chris do you think this was Jordan? VERY FUCKING FUNNY EITHER WAY. http://www.freelisaconnelly.com/

To: Santos | From: Spun Producers

FROM SPUN PRODUCERS TO SANTOS From: tim peternel 9:46 AM Subject: CHECK URSELF INTO REHAB-BUT RETURN THE TAPES 1ST To: William De Los Santos, danny@MuseFilm.COM will as you might recall (not sure if your brain is completely fried yet) but the REASON you had trouble getting on to the set (nothing to do with Muse or Danny) was your never ending battles with Jonas Akerlund the director of the film...which I pleaded with you not to do but that is water under the bridge at this moment of life.......I was/still am pissed because it got back to Ash mainley.....it makes us all look like idiots.....Ash and the other three distributors OWN the picture....

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