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Jerusalem Post - Jerusalem
Author: Viva Sarah Press, Jerusalem Post Staff
Date: Aug 17, 2003
Start Page: 05
Section: Arts
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Madonna's husband [Guy Ritchie] might lose support for his next movie because of its references to Kabbala. The film director, responsible for the independent hit Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrells, recently approached Sony pictures with his new project Revolver. However, according to a report in the New York Post, executives turned the script away because it was loaded with references to Kabbala.

According to the report, Ritchie's agent told him to rewrite the film and pull some of the references. Though Ritchie did rewrite the script, he later retracted and fired his agents, sticking to his beliefs in the Kabbala.

[Combs]' spokeswoman, Susan Makarichev, said the lawsuits were "totally baseless" and "the allegations are ridiculous." [Thomas Guest] and [Damon Jackson] were trying to visit Combs, a friend of Guest, when one of the security guards "confronted plaintiff, threatened him and thereafter physically assaulted him, causing serious physical injuries and rendering him unconscious," the lawsuit said.

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