The Only Golden Globes the Public Cares About Belong to Pamela Anderson

I love Nikki Finke. In her report on the AMPTP’s inept PR efforts, she writes:

The organization trotted out the respected David L. Wolper to put his name on a Variety
letter comparing the WGA’s "boycott" of the Golden Globes and Oscars to
America’s boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics. (This is
uncomfortably reminiscent of the time Miramax secretly penned an
endorsement of its Gangs of New York director Martin Scorsese
and attributed it to filmmaker Robert Wise. I’m sorry to say this,
because Wolper has always been lovely to me, but his article is
crapola. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. The writers didn’t
even picket Brentwood.

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