Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

Wait, what?

"Entertainment Weekly hates me. They've hated me since they've been a magazine. Fuck them. And you can go tell them that.

Look at what happened to James Frey in the last two weeks. (A Million Little Pieces is) a great book and so is (My Friend Leonard). And just because his publisher chose to say that these were memoirs, it took it out of being a work of fiction, a great work of fiction and very well written to this guy having to go be sucker punched on Oprah by one of the most powerful women in television just to grind her own axe about it. Hey, Oprah. You had President Clinton on your show and if this prick didn't lie about a couple of things I'm going to set myself on fire right now. James Frey is a writer, okay? He can write whatever he wants. It's fiction, and it's just hard, it's just shameful how he was treated in some of these things. It's just shameful and it's just not fair and not right, but Justin Timberlake had a really, really good response when he was asked about that because I think that he was asked to play James Frey in the making of that book and he waited and waited and listened to everyone and he said – 'Have you heard of this magazine called In Touch magazine or US Weekly or In Style or People or any of these magazines? They lie about people and they just make up shit all week long and you have to sue them to get it changed. This is the world that we live in. That's approved and people go, that's okay and people go, ooooo, someone is boning this person over here. Someone did this over here. And they're all lies and no one is yelling at them. So let’s leave James Frey alone. How about it?' I'm pissed off today.

I know a lot of women respect Oprah and I do too, but I just think she did it because she got her feelings hurt. She got her feelings hurt and she went a little deep and you know what, he didn't know what she was going to say to him. She said, 'Come on in, it'll be alright.' And then she goes, 'Bang!' I'm a fan of Oprah's. She's doing great and she does great things. I mean, that whole book club thing is a really great idea, but I think that James Frey got treated a little unfairly."

(Quoted: a rather flighty Bruce Willis, sourced here and thanks to Scott von D for the tip.)
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