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Williams and Cosby Blast Bush Over Katrina Response

21 September 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

A series of celebrities including Robin Williams and Bill Cosby have slammed Us President George W. Bush for his response to last month's Hurricane Katrina. Speaking at New York's Higher Ground benefit on Saturday, the outspoken stars - who also included Danny Glover and Harry Belafonte - took the opportunity to criticize the Bush administration over its handling of the catastrophe in America's Gulf Coast region. Good Morning Vietnam Star Williams, who took the Lincoln Center stage pretending to be a hurricane, told the crowd he was heading for Bush's home in Kennebunkport, Maine, to "see if they respond any quicker". Veteran funnyman Cosby said, "The people who got into office forgot about the people." Lethal Weapon actor Glover said, "When the hurricane struck, it did not turn the region into a Third World country - it revealed one," while crooner Belafonte added, "Katrina was not unforeseeable. It was the result of a political structure that abdicates its responsibility." Other stars who asked viewers of the televised event to donate money to the hurricane relief fund included Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep and Laurence Fishburne, while Bette Midler and Paul Simon were among the performers. »

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New Line beats path to 'Bosses'

18 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Beating out several bidders, New Line Cinema has acquired Horrible Bosses by Mitch Markowitz. Brett Ratner and Jay Stern are producing via Rat Entertainment. The story, described as an absurdist comedy, revolves around three best friends who come together and agree to kill their horrible bosses. Stern and Rat head of development John Cheng will oversee on Rat's end, while Toby Emmerich, Cale Boyter and Michael Disco shepherd for New Line. Markowitz wrote Good Morning, Vietnam and Crazy People. The veteran scribe also wrote episodes of TV's M*A*S*H and Buffalo Bill. He is repped by CAA. »

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