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How To Get Ahead In Hollywood

by | 5th, December 2006

THERE’S a new Hollywood success story that’s giving new life to an old Hollywood myth- that with enough spunk and talent, anyone can break into the industry and you don’t even need the Internet to get there (though it helps).

This is very similar to the story of Ed Burns and The Brothers McMullen or the time Harvey Weinstein bought PJ Sloan’s bar for the bartender who wrote Boondock Saints. And it’s got a Tabloid Baby connection.

This one is from the CW network, which is almost Hollywood and is developing a new show to fill the hole left when Melrose Place went off the air.

The Wilton is a one-hour dramedy about the relationships, sex lives, hopes, sex lives, dreams, sex lives, work and sex lives of a group of twenty-somethings who all live in a building in Hollywood.

A couple of young brothers, actors Ben and Dan Newmark, have sold a show to the CW network.
The Wilton is a one-hour dramedy about the relationships, sex lives, hopes, sex lives, dreams, sex lives, work and sex lives of a group of twenty-somethings who all live in a building in Hollywood.

The brothers did it the old-fashioned way. They wrote the script based on their time living in

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