The Guardian on a documentary about Tom Kummer:
He discovered hidden depths in Bruce Willis, who revealed a particularly bleak philosophy when he said: “I understood pretty early on that we do not advance through morality, but immorality, vices, cynicism.”
In one of Kummer’s early hits, Pamela Anderson shared her thoughts on William Gibson’s Neuromancer, a radical and difficult work which has become the set text of the cyberpunk sci-fi genre.
There was only one problem with Kummer’s exclusives. He had made them all up.
(via William Gibson, from whom I swiped the headline)