Subject: Re: Matt Lauer news footage remains in current movie releases
> anim8rfsk<email@example.com> wrote:
> > In article<firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> > David<email@example.com> wrote:
> >> https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/rambling-reporter/matt-lauer-wont-...
> >> i-t
> >> onya-lady-bird-1064724
> >> Matt Lauer Won't Be Cut From 'I, Tonya' or 'Lady Bird'
> >> by Chris Gardner
> >> Matt Lauer may be gone from the small screen, but he's still popping
> >> up on the big one. The former Today host, who was fired Nov. 29 from
> >> NBC after complaints about inappropriate sexual behavior, appears in
> >> Lady Bird, A24's Bush-era coming-of-age drama;
> > Wait - "Lady Bird" is *not* about the worst POTUS of the 20th Century?
> Why would LADY BIRD be about Jimmy Carter?
Carter may be History's Greatest Monster, but in sheer number of
countrymen murdered by his lies, LBJ wins.
> >> Reps for that film, which premiered a day before the scandal broke,
> >> wouldn't comment when asked if there'd been any thought of cutting
> >> Lauer the way Kevin Spacey has been replaced by Christopher Plummer in
> >> All the Money in the World. But erasing all of Lauer's cinematic past
> >> would be a big task: He's had screen time in scads of films, including
> >> Zoolander 2, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! and Entourage.
> > You know, if you took him out of Sharknado, you could replace Natalie
> > Morales at the smae time.
I'm just saying. We've got a spare.
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