ToddBaesen wrote:Several Bloggers have already leaped on this story, reprinting these rumours as if they were fact:
http://theplaylist.blogspot.com/2009/03 ... de-of.html
Glenn Anders wrote: It is very clear that Frank Marshall is is talking about receiving word from "the estates" [Beatrice's reps and Oja's reps] that agreement has been reached, and that, when that happens, he and Peter Bogdanovich will be able to go ahead on the Showtime deal to complete THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND.
Glenn Anders wrote:Night Man: My understanding is that Les Films de l'Astrophore and SACI were satisfied with the Showtime arrangements for THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND -- it has been over 35 years, after all -- and that the argument between the Oja Kodar group and Beatrice Welles was the main hitch.
Let's hope that Peter Bogdanovich, Frank Marshall and Joe McBride -- the young knights of Welles' later life are up to the task.
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