Why is it OK for Hollywood to make movies with a gay hooker?

On Friday, Fox News reported that the company that owns the rights to horror films including The Exorcist and Saw has recently decided to drop a plotline about a closeted woman who takes the role of a gay prostitute, which was part of a recent remake of the famous horror movie The Exocet.

The plotline, which Fox News first reported last week, was set in a fictional city called New York City, where a woman has a “relationship” with a man who goes by the name of The Devil.

According to Fox News, the woman, who has a reputation for being a bit of a ladies man, is the “girlfriend” of the Devil’s lover, and the Devil is the boyfriend of the woman’s boyfriend.

According to Fox, the plotline was inspired by the character of Dr. Lorne Michaels, who in his films played the role, and which was one of the first horror film scripts ever produced.

Michaels, now an award-winning screenwriter, said the character had a lot of gay stereotypes that he wanted to get rid of.

“I was really into the idea of trying to get away from the idea that you’re in a homosexual relationship,” Michaels told Fox.

“I just wanted to go for something a little different.”

A spokesperson for Fox said that the character, Dr. Jack, was not the inspiration for the plot line.

But Fox News noted that Michaels has a long history of gay-themed films, including the 2010 remake of The Exoskeleton, which featured a gay character.

“We were very excited to work with Fox on this new story line,” said the spokesperson.

“We are also excited to be a part of their first foray into horror and are looking forward to collaborating with them on their next project.”

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