Thursday, December 1, 2016

Quote of the Day (John Gregory Dunne, on the Screenwriter-Director Pecking Order)

“Once you accept the idea that says because you get paid $200,000 to write a script and the director gets $500,000 to direct it, he's $300,000 smarter than you are, then Hollywood becomes a very amusing place to work.”— Hollywood screenwriter/novelist John Gregory Dunne (1932-2003), “Tinsel,” in Regards: The Selected Nonfiction of John Gregory Dunne (2006)

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