Foreclosures, bankruptcies, eviction notices, and tears.
That's the picture painted Thursday in a New York Times op-ed piece about a Hollywood film industry that is supposedly "contracting."
Hilary De Vries, a screenwriter and book author, writes about how Hollywood's middle class is hurting. We're not talking Brad and Angelina or Martin Scorsese. We're talking about the guy you might remember from a soap opera or the writing team for a lesser-known sitcom. De Vries offered anecdotes about how her neighbors--several cash-strapped actors and screenwriters--have lost homes to foreclosure. She described how popular eateries are … Read more