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Hollywood Democrats Join Up To Oppose Arnie

25 August 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The cream of Hollywood's Democrat power players are teaming up to oppose Arnold Schwarzenegger's bid to become Governor of California. Opponents include Tom Hanks, who was reportedly angry to see an article claiming that his agents CAA would be supporting Republican Schwarzenegger. According to gossip website Page Six.Com, "Tom was furious when (a misleading) article in the Los Angeles Times appeared on Tuesday, saying Creative Artists Agency would help Arnold in his bid for governor. Tom and other power players are absolutely against Arnold becoming governor." Other notable stars who will not be supporting the Terminator star include Indecent Proposal star Woody Harrelson and The West Wing actor Martin Sheen. A spokesperson for Harrelson tells Page Six, "He does not support the candidacy." And Sheen says, "The California recall is an effort to grab the state for the Republicans. I suspect this came out of the White House. Frankly, it makes perfect sense after Florida." Moonlighting star Cybill Shepherd has also been vociferous in her opposition to Schwarzenegger - she told American show Access Hollywood, "That would be the worst tragedy in the history of California." Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher believes that his move into politics would be a "huge" mistake. »

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Robert Redford Sued By Ex-Employees

22 August 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Movie icon Robert Redford is being sued by two former employees, who are claiming unpaid monies from a severance deal. Jeff Kleeman and Eric Greenfeld have filed a breach of contract suit against the Indecent Proposal star and are claiming $200,000 plus interest and damages, as they say Redford agreed to pay them to leave his firms. Kleeman was president and Ceo of Redford's Catalyst Film Works, while Greenfeld was chief operating officer of his Sundance Productions. In the suit, they state Redford agreed to pay them in order to "settle a dispute arising out of their employment" but failed to pay the installments by the agreed dates. They claim the Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid star failed to make the second payment of $200,000 last October and still "continues to fail and refuses" to do so. Representatives for the 66-year-old actor were not available for comment. »

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