December 22, 2008 | 7:17 pm
Posted by Tom Teicholz
Is it my imagination or has David Geffen been extremely silent as of late?
No mention of Geffen in any of the Save MOCA Discussion, despite one of the MOCA outposts being called The Geffen Contemporary.
No mention of Geffen in the LA Times imploding. Remember when he wanted to buy the paper?
No mention of Geffen in the Madoff fraud — Spielberg, yes; Katzenberg, yes; but no Geffen.
And no mention of Geffen in all the Dreamworks financing issues. Spielberg is going into his own pocket to buy out the slate from Paramount, and keep the company afloat until the bridge loans kick in. But no Geffen.
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