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Spacey and David Furnish front new talent website

Friday 29 November 2002 @ 1:02 - GMT

Oscar winner Kevin Spacey has helped put budding movie writers on the road to success with the backing of some of Hollywood's finest, reported Ananova.com on November 27, 2002.

The American Beauty star was in town for the London launch of a new website, Triggerstreet.com, which aims to introduce unknown script writers to the industry's decision makers.

Joining him at the glittering event were Jeremy Irons, Helena Bonham Carter, new Bond girl Rosamund Pike, Joseph Fiennes and Rhys Ifans. Sir Paul McCartney, Ronan Keating, Geri Halliwell, Lulu and Elton's partner David Furnish were also on hand to promote the website, which was launched in the US last week.

The website will provide tips for budding writers and allow them to send in scripts which could be viewed by movie bosses, organisers said.

[Ed. Bet they don't offer Gems though!]