Monday, May 03, 2021

Oscar Winning Film Comes Under Fire


Last week former TMZ correspondent Van Lanthan won an Academy Award as an executive producer for the Netflix film short 'Two Distant Strangers [click here if you missed that]. 

Now another writer is claiming Two Distant Strangers was stolen from her...

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6 comments:

Unknown said...

I believe her and I appreciate how she provided receipts without the theatrics.

Lauryn Trill said...

Run this lady her credits,her money and her award,Vultures...

Anonymous said...

I believe that one of the companies involved DID in fact contact her and ask to EMBELISH her story and it just happened to blow up once Netflix wanted it. Seems they could have all worked toether and at least given this women her credit.

HOWEVER, they clearly needed eachother, because I do not want to hear about the plight of a black man via a non-black person.

Anonymous said...

I'm tired of films about Black struggle. These films are made for White SJW liberals to feel better about themselves because they "care" about Black people. It's equivalent to all of them putting #BLM in their Instagram bios. BYE!

Where's the Black versions of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate factory? The black versions of Frozen, Mask, Nightmare Before Christmas, Home Alone, Martian, Interstellar... you get my drift.

Hollywood will throw out the rare Black superhero movie to shut black people up, or have the Black coming off age film starring a dark skinned Black guy and his light skinned/biracial love interest.

It's always Black movies about struggle, racism, slavery, coonery, or religious Christian hallelujah films. Nothing but regurgitation from old films of Black stereotypes.

Susie said...

11:46 you noticed too? Maverick Movies is supposed to be a black youtube movie channel but lately every movie has a pretty white love interest whilst the rarely seen black female is obese and therefore invisible.

These movies are NOT being made with 'our' money ...

Anonymous said...

So wait, am I getting this right? Some Asian chick i writing about some Black kid and accusing a Black man of stealing the story from her?

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