By MICKEY MCCARTHY”This is the story of how we all got to be famous,” Oscar Wilde wrote in his classic novel, Gatsbys.
It’s a theme that’s repeated ad nauseam by Hollywood, the entertainment industry, and the media in general.
In Hollywood, it’s become an annual tradition to make a movie about the rise and fall of a Hollywood star.
And if that movie’s got a big-budget star, the studio is happy to pay big money for the publicity it provides.
The Great Batsby has become the template for a new Hollywood template, where the big-money stars who make the movie become stars themselves.
This is the new Hollywood formula, where a big, money-making star becomes an icon.
The Hollywood script, however, is that it’s about two great characters, Gattaca and Mr. Burns.
Both of these characters have been given great powers: Gattacas extraordinary ability to create a film that he thinks is worthy of great acclaim and money; and Burns is the most important person in the movie, the one who gets the most credit for its success.
Burns is portrayed as a good guy, a moral compass, and a hardworking man who has a hard life, but he has also been the star of a film.
This is an important point to make.
The movie’s main cast is made up of great actors, many of whom have made their mark on movies in the past, but this is not an ensemble.
Some of the actors, like Will Smith, who plays Gattas father, and Will Ferrell, who played Burns, have already made a name for themselves in the industry, while others like David Strathairn, the actor who plays the head of the Gatta family, or Tom Hanks, who portrays Burns, are not yet stars.
They’ve yet to make their mark in Hollywood.
As a result, they’re not expected to carry the movie as much as the great actors and actresses.
As a result they don’t have as much of an impact on the film.
This, in turn, creates a lot of backlash and controversy within the industry.
And this is the key point to understand: Hollywood wants to make this movie about people who are really great, and it doesn’t want to be the main attraction in the film that is the star.
And the movie is made about these two characters, and they’re the only ones in the entire movie who have these powers, who can create a movie that is really good.
And they are the only people who have the power to get their movie made.
So what do these two men have in common?
They’re both good at something.
They’re also both very good at their jobs.
And so, what does Hollywood want us to think?
And the answer is that the people who play the main characters in the story, the people in the main roles, are supposed to be really good at what they do.
The key is that they’re also supposed to work very hard and really well at their job, and that they deserve to be in this movie.
Now, Hollywood can get away with this approach because they don.
They can afford to hire actors who have already earned the respect of the industry they’re in, and who have made a movie and are really good, and then they can afford stars who are just a little bit more talented and who can produce something great.
So they can make the best movie about them.
And then they don�t have to worry about having the best actors and the best actresses. They don�ve got a cast of people who really, really have great potential.
So, how does this approach work in reality?
This is why so many Hollywood films fail, because they’re made for a different audience, and because they�re made for people who don’t care about the things that make a great movie.
When I talk to a movie critic, I ask if the critics really care about how the film is made.
If they do care, they might be willing to watch the film for a few minutes and say, Well, what is that movie about?
I might be able to find something out about the plot and the characters and the music and the acting.
But then the critic might ask me, Why is it made?
Is there something about the movie that I can learn from?
If the critic can learn anything from the movie about its subject matter, they may not be willing or able to look for something new and interesting to say about the film, because the subject matter they want to learn about isn�t important to them.
They�ll only be interested in the plot, the characters, the music, the acting, and nothing else.
And, of course, that�s because they just don�re interested in how good the