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Old 01-10-2012, 07:44 PM
Originally Posted by PeJota View Post
Think about it: You're trying to really stand out, but your so-called "big breaks" are in roles and movies that you know are going to be shitty and likely to disappear into obscurity (i.e. Elm Street remake).
The difficulty of the chosen career path doesn't allow for excuses in misbehavior. Plenty of people have careers in stressful, difficult lines of work without acting unprofessional and dissing your peers.

How in the world can we feel sorry for somebody getting a role in a major motion picture like the Nightmare on Elm Street remake? Shitty movie to some maybe, but I wager plenty of people love that film, and worked hard to bring it to life. Film is too subjective to hold such a holier-than-thou mentality. You make it big then thumb your nose at the very opportunities that got you there? It's going to rub people the wrong way.
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