Wednesday, February 21, 2007

More Peter Morgan

It's not every day that a British screenwriter becomes the talk of the town, but after scooping this blog's highly prestigiouswriter of the year accolade, Peter Morgan goes from strength to strength.

After yesterday's appearance in the LA Times (see below), today he's interviewed by Victoria Lindrea on the BBC News website.
Hollywood insiders "love to mock their own", explains Morgan, but he claims that, in reality, Tinseltown is a far cry from the Hollywood of screenwriters' imagination.

"It's far more sober here than one imagines. It's full of people who are very abstemious and workaholic - and it feels like a community of lawyers rather than that Hollywood of drug-taking excess.

"Everybody is very young, very thin and no-one eats puddings."

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