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Yea we thought the diversity would be good for the movie the producer said this casually while lighting a cigarette Sure the diversity is good but where is the setting supposed to be said the executive producer quizzicallyThe old style buildings are supposed to be German The skyscrapers are for the f-16 and car chase scenes in New York he muttered getting increasingly bored with the conversation Do you think Ill be able to ride in one of the planes his eyes beginning to bulge out of his skullWell see Listen um Hale right He asked this as if he were almost disgusted to say the name I need to go talk to Bob the director about how he wants to setup Good to meet you he tried to squeeze out a smile when he said those final few words Yea you to Phil I cant wait to work on this more with you Hale said with the greatest enthusiasm Phil scurried off to his Ferrari and the car screeched in fury as he tore off down Main Street Hale just stood frozen in his place watching the Ferrari fly away If Phil had ever looked in his rearview mirror he would have seen a face of fear and shock Hale saw what looked like a salamander walking on Phils trunk while not caring it was on fire Its eyes glistened and left an empty feeling in Hales stomach when it stared at him All thoughts about being an executive producer in a movie for the first time had left him He was now terrified for the safety of who he thought was his new best friend Phil of course had blatantly lied to his executive producer Phil had already discussed the screenplay with Bob early that morning and now was driving downtown to meet a friend of his at Hells Heaven On his way there he had briefly thought to himself how anyone so
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