RISKY BUSINESS: CAN TOM CRUISE SURVIVE A HOLLYWOOD ________?
By Sean Smith and Johnnie L. Roberts
In the end, it may be the best thing that could have happened to Tom Cruise. Viacom billionaire Sumner Redstone told The Wall Street Journal last week that his studio, Paramount, was not renewing Cruise's production-company deal after 14 years because 2"we don't think someone who effectuates creative suicide and costs the company revenue should be on the lot." Hollywood and the media erupted. Redstone was saying that Cruise's wacky behavior - jumping on Oprah's couch, espousing his Scientology beliefs - had hurt the 1box office for "Mission: Impossible III", which grossed $393 million worldwide, but $153 million less than "M:i:II."
(Adapted from Newsweek)
The sentence Mr. Redstone said, "We don't think someone who effectuates creative suicide and costs the company revenue should be on the lot" (ref. 2) in the reported speech would be:
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