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Alveda King, the executive producer of the upcoming "Roe v. Wade" movie, has said she wants to set the record straight about claims that her team had deceived actors into being part of a pro-life film.
As previously reported by The Christian Post, the Nick Loeb-directed film has encountered several obstacles. Although the cast includes famous Hollywood celebrities such as Jon Voight, Robert Davi, Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider and Stacey Dash, Loeb acknowledged in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that some actors had walked off the set and quit after finding out it would have a pro-life perspective.
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Following reports that some actors and crew members had quit working on the project, filmmakers were accused of having tricked the actors into being part of the movie by not disclosing the nature of the film. The accusation is that the studio said "1973" was the working title instead of "Roe v. Wade." Others reported that crew members only saw portions of the script and were not aware of its pro-life stance.
King, however, has debunked that notion.
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"We were challenged with our working title '1973.' The title of the film is 'Roe v. Wade.' There was no deception there. I made a trailer early on talking about our film and what we would be doing as executive producer," King told CBN News on Tuesday.
"I have been in what is called the entertainment industry — look for me on IMDB — for many, many, many years, 40 plus years. On every project, wherever I've worked, there's always been a little bit of discourse, controversy and that's the nature of it," King continued.
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The niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. went on to say that all of the criticism has actually helped further the publicity of the film.
"We've had a great time, a lot...
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