Someone who visited the park yesterday messaged me these additional photos of Diego and Laura from yesterday’s filming and gave me permission to post them. Thank you!
The person who took the photos said Ressler has a bruise on the side of his face (which you can see in the photos) and that they were filming a scene of him running.
Oh my gosh, now I’m really worried for what’s going on with Ressler!
Can you write an au fiction in where ressler finds put audrey is still alive. Maybe after he is in a relationship with Liz or someone else and he has to choose who he is going to stay with. Please please please.
Hey, thanks for the anon :-)
I’m in a TBL writing slump at the moment, (and even have ¾ of a fix it fic for the S8 finale written but unfinished), but someone else might like to write this one for you :-)
Happy Diego Wednesday
I’m seeing a lot of posts/takes that start out “I simply can’t feel sorry for ScarJo…” and I’m just. like. who’s asking you to feel sorry for her? who’s asking for sympathy? nobody’s asking you to open your hearts, let alone your wallets. you don’t have to feel anything positive for her at all. legal right doesn’t require sympathy.
the question at hand is not “is scarjo a poor pitiable victim,” the question is “does Disney, as a corporate entity, have an obligation to fulfill its contracts, carry out its obligations, and keep its promises” and, yes? the answer is absolutely yes? your feelings on scarjo as a person should have absolutely zero bearing on the answer to this question
if anything it’s Disney who’s asking for pity, for sympathy, to be let off from having to do things it doesn’t want to do because its life is just so haaaaaard right now with the pandemic, and you know what? I simply can’t feel sorry for disney.
Looking at this from a different perspective, every time Disney stream a movie day and date on Disney+ that’s money taken directly off movie theatres.
As the assistant manager at a movie theatre, I can see how much it affects our numbers. Movies that should have done WAY better in theatre are just not performing. Small theatres are going under after 6 months of shut down, declining customer base and alternatives to viewing movies on release dates. The streaming services are crippling theatres when they insist on not doing theatrical releases only.
So I say, good on Scarlett for highlighting taking in Disney. While her fight was breach of contract, the problem with streaming wide releases day and date is far deeper. NATO (National Assoc of Theatre Owners) have tried and failed to meet common ground with the film distributors to help save local theatres. Maybe Scarlett can prevail where theatres have failed.
Happy Diego Wednesday