Spotlight documents: The Anne Rice e-mail
Novelist Anne Rice had planned to sell Kirkpatrick the rights to her novel "Christ the Lord," which Good News Holdings executives were counting on to show that their new company was a force in movie-making. Rice angrily withdrew after she said Kirkpatrick repeatedly rebuffed her requests for payment and did not seem to be preparing for movie production.
The novelist sent a scathing e-mail after a movie idea collapsed.
Documents from the former Paramount chief's 2005 bankruptcy filing.
A Good News Holdings investor sues Kirkpatrick.
Letters sent by Kirkpatrick's companies to people who raised questions.
A 7-page advertisement Good News Holdings ran.