David Zitzerman quoted in "How do you erase Kevin Spacey from a Hollywood movie?", CBC News
Excerpt from "How do you erase Kevin Spacey from a Hollywood movie?", by Jessica Wong, Stephanie vanKampen, CBC News
"They're going to be a lot stronger going forward," said Zitzerman, who explained that morals clauses are extremely common in big-budget films.
"You need broad wording. It really has to talk about any sort of activity that would lead to disrepute, any kind of scandal, anything that would lead the public to form a very negative point of view [about the project] and that should be the grounds for termination," he said.
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