This Mark Cuban Twitter post from Sunday was interesting: “Anyone have any experience with B/W/R PR? We are using them for HDNet but can’t get them off their asses, looking for suggestions.” This stream of consciousness follows last week when stories broke about Jamie Foxx joining Bruce Willis in Kane & Lynch, fueled by a St. Patrick’s Day tweet by the film’s screenwriter, Kyle Ward, who sent his missive before a deal was closed. The potential trouble with Twitter is one forgets that random thoughts become public and you can’t take them back.
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