We cover "Creed," "The Good Dinosaur" and "The Danish Girl"
During Hollywood’s Golden Age, movie studios wielded so much power, influence and control over its contacted actors that rarely a scandal ever went public. Of course, they weren’t just stars—they were assets. And to protect their golden eggs, old Hollywood’s execs used “fixers” to circumvent the airing of dirty laundry.
These thugs in suits and the talent they protected are the inspiration behind the Cohen Brothers’ new film “Hail, Caesar!”