Great News! Movie About Sex Abuse Scandal Moving Forward

Variety is reporting that the movie about the sexual abuse scandal now has a writer and a director attached to it. And the writer is from the television show "The West Wing." What could possibly go wrong?
Win Win" helmer Tom McCarthy and scribe Josh Singer ("The West Wing") have boarded Anonymous Content and Rocklin/Faust's untitled Boston Globe project, which follows the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists who exposed the Catholic Church's decades-long cover-up of child molestation in Massachusetts.

Due to the sensitivity of the subject matter, McCarthy has been working in secret for more than a year on the project that chronicles the worldwide scandal.
Essentially, it seems like it'll be like "All the President's Men." So yeah, it'll be "All the Pope's Men."

How much you want to bet that this movie will be the most praised movie since that movie they made about that woman who performed back alley abortions. Critics loved it and I'm pretty sure it got all sorts of nominations but nobody saw it.

Reportedly, at least one A-list star has expressed interest in the material. Come on. Just one? Whoever does this movie is going to receive instant celebration from the media about how "brave" they are to make a movie about a topic that everyone in the world agrees was wrong.

The movie about the abuse that's still going on in public schools is oddly enough not in production.

HT The Media Report
*subhead*All the Pope's Men.*subhead*

Comments

  1. I WILL ADD...

    OR THE ONE IN HOLLYWOOD, OR THE GOVERNMENTS, OR THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, OR THE MUSLIM OR ASIAN WORLD... OR ON THE PORN INDUSTRIES ....

    ReplyDelete
  2. Fictional films generate more revenue than documetaries. The very fact that it's coming from hollywood is evidence enough that it's a fiction.
    http://www.themediareport.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/AP-2007-teacher-abuse-graphic-rs-2.jpg

    ReplyDelete
  3. Let us make sure that the movie presents the truth that all criminals are outlaws, self-excommunicated from the Catholic Church by their own crime, ostracized and outlawed by their own consent to commit crime from the community. Anything else is inconsistent with reality. Teaching our infant children that crime does pay is criminal in itself.

    ReplyDelete
  4. @Anonymous: you say that like it's a bad thing. All of literature is fiction; nobody but scholars reads the nonfiction of past societies, but everybody reads their epics.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment