...in the box-office smash|Autumn with Greg and Peg.
They had the most celebrated marriage|in Hollywood.
Who could forget|how they hit one out of the park...
...in Requiem for an Outfielder?
You can't die, Mike. You can't.
Because I love you.
...as in The Bench.
-I object, Your Honour!|-You're out of order!
No, you are out of order sir!
...become clouded by my feelings|for my client.
I object, Your Honour,|because I love this woman.
Their love opened our eyes...
...in Sasha and the Optometrist.
Read from the top line, Sasha.
Eddie Thomas and Gwen Harrison:
God, they were great. Made my job cake.
They were on top of the world.
Then she blew it|by taking up with that Spaniard.
-Did you cut this yourself?|-No, Chad in marketing--
Okay, I did it on my Mac.
It's not bad.
I hope this isn't too awkward for you.
-I'll never be able to fill your shoes.|-I know.
Then invite him, at his earliest|convenience, to kiss my undercarriage.
-Thank you for coming.|-Why am I here?
I'm just confused. I mean, you did actually fire me|last week, so why am I here?
Have you seen it? All of it? How is it?
Could you roll that, please.
I want you to be the first to see|what only I have seen. As a friend.
-Did the film break?|-No.
...of the studio's money...
...on 20 seconds...
That's all he sent me. The titles!
And a note.
There's only been one genius|in this business: Seor Wences!
Do you remember?
"S'all right! S'all right!"|Don't talk to me about genius.
-Remember the crazy guy in the woods?|-Ted Kaczynski.
-Who? The guy at Fox?|-The Unabomber.
...and had it moved onto his property.
That is his little, twisted...
It's him. On the phone.
I'm going to kill him!|That sick, son-of-a-bitch bastard.
Put him on the speaker.
How are you, darling?
How's the movie?
-It's finding its way.|-Could it find its way to the studio?
It's finished, Dave.
Great. How is it?
-Can I speak with her, Hal?|-No, Dave.
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