“Rip Up Hollywood’s Rule Book”? Updated January 3, 2018 at 8:38 am

“Rip Up Hollywood’s Rule Book”?

Dirty, bloody and lots of sex’: how Denis Villeneuve’s Cleopatra will rip up Hollywood’s rule book…
– The Telegraph –

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Uh, is the above quote meant to be a joke?

Earth to Hollywood, your rulebook since the first film rolled in 1914 has always been “dirty, bloody and lots of sex.”

Man, this Hollywood self-grandstanding that they are somehow breaking rules is getting very, v-e-r-y old.

What it amounts to folks is this: Those that are rebellious loose all interest in their rebellion once everything has been defiled. The distinction between right and wrong is what gives sin it’s nasty pleasure.

Therefore to keep the thrill Hollywood has to keep alive the lie.

Hollywood’s rulebook is a map of a dead-end street.

 And he said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree that I commanded you not to eat from?” (Genesis 3:11)


Oh gee, another shocker of a quote. What ground-breaking, rule-ripping over-the-top-never-thought-of-that …A WOMAN’S POINT OF VIEW …how new!

You mean it will come from a “woman’s point of view” – who would have thought such ripping up of the rule book would take place?

 He also said that his version of Cleopatra could offer a more feminist look at the Egyptian queen: “There have been so many narratives of Cleopatra that have all been framed through the eyes of men,” Scarpa said. “The entire history of that period is framed through the eyes of men, specifically Roman men. And the idea was we’re gonna approach it through her point of view.” –  David Scarpa, remake of Cleopatra

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Article Reference

(telegraph.co.uk)—Scarpa elaborated to The Hollywood Reporter: “Dirty, bloody, lots of people swearing and having sex and all of that other stuff and just treat it as a two-hour, lean, mean political thriller, full of assassinations. Just going the opposite direction from the way we think that movie is going to go.”