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September 29 at 11:11am

I Am Taking Credit Where Little Is Due

By Ted Hope

So what if it is not my Oscar?

So what if it is not my Oscar?

Bet you didn’t know I was responsible for this summer’s biggest box office hit. Yup. Guardians Of The Galaxy: I am responsible for that.

And if you were in Zurich for their film festival, you might have gotten some excellent advice on how to make award winning films.  It may have seemed like Nicholas Chartier was giving the speech, but I am taking credit there too (but only because he gave me some).

I had nothing to do with either, but if you want to see where I get off claiming some connection, you can:

Listen to the latest episode of KCRW’s The Business With Kim Masters here so you can hear my logic on Guardians


Read Mr. Chartier’s tips here to see where I am the source of  his great tips.

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