Awards Watch Roundtable: The Writers
How did the firing go down? For the first time, Todd Phillips reveals Mel Gibson's reaction to being cut from "The Hangover II."
Awards Watch Roundtable: The Writers 2
Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Todd Phillips weigh in on wrangling with the legal department over their films. Plus, what title did "Old School" almost get slapped with?
Awards Watch Roundtable: The Writers 3
What is it about the WGA that makes "Due Date" writer Todd Phillips refer to it as "the whiner's guild?" And why does Aaron Sorkin call the WGA "it's own worst enemy?"
Awards Watch Roundtable: The Writers full video
Writers Aaron Sorkin, Simon Beaufoy, Michael Arndt, John Wells, Todd Phillips and David Lindsay-Abaire sit down for our Awards Watch Roundtable.
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