Madam Winters’s Fight For Her Children Chapter 1339

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Madam Winters’s Fight For Her Children Chapter 1339

Madam Winters’s Fight For Her Children Chapter 1339

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“What? What turn of events?” Nilson immediately asked.

“We have defenders!”

“Defenders? What defenders? Are you talking about soccer now?” With wide eyes, Nilson asked.

“No, not those types of defenders! What I mean is that someone stepped in and is explaining on Ms. Winters‘ behalf! But it’s not one of our people. It’s defenders from outside!” explained the staff.

“What?” Nilson immediately stood up. “Let me see!”

The staff quickly handed the phone over to him, and the website page on the screen kept on refreshing.

[@ActressReverieWood: “I’ve worked with the Winters family’s little princess before. She has a lovely personality. She’s soft–spoken and well–behaved, and she has no temper at all. What surprised me the most was her acting skills. She was a rookie who was full of presence, and she could easily blend into the concept. Most actors, including myself, admire someone as talented as her.]

A few short clips were attached under the tweet, all of which were from the show, “In Full Bloom,” in which Ninian had starred.

“This is one of the actresses from the “In Full Bloom” cast, Mr. Lum. She and Ms. Winters appeared to be close, and she called up a group of minor actors to speak up for Ms. Winters. You can scroll down and see that many actors, including second and third–tier actors, have retweeted the post. Perhaps they lack the persuasion power of first–tier actors, but the post’s validity has increased significantly.”

That was true.



After all, everyone enjoyed listening to gossip and believing it. What a big star said might or might not be true because they had to protect their reputation.

However, the versions heard from the actors, crew, and even the extras were far more reliable.

The most important thing was that they were silently floating in this pot of muddy water, each playing their own role, which was neither deliberate nor offensive.

The celebrities and the crew themselves would only be able to act after receiving praise from many netizens.

There was still a process that needed to be followed.

When Nilson saw this, he immediately imagined what might happen in the future.

His expression finally relaxed, and he said with a hearty smile, “It seems that everything is alright now. My head is saved, and it won’t be wrung off by that kid, Everett.”

“What do you mean by that, Mr. Lum?” someone asked in confusion.

Mr. Lum smiled and touched the beard above the mole on his chin, while pretending to be mysterious and said, “Just wait and see. Craig will make a move soon. That old fox is better at tricks than I am.”

Craig was the director of the film, “In Full Bloom.”

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“In Full Bloom” had not aired yet, but the actors, particularly the third–tier actors, could share some plot details on Twitter. Their actions were clearly directed by the production




Otherwise, how else could these actors and staff who had signed confidentiality agreements wield such authority and courage?

Not only did it seem like “Turncoat” wanted to capitalize on this trend to announce the female lead role, but even a divine film like “In Full Bloom” appeared to have come down to earth with plans to use this wave of user engagement to do extensive publicity.

Sure enough, as Nilson predicted, a video was soon released on the “In Full Bloom” crew’s official Twitter account.

It was not just the scenes in which “Elliot” appeared, but the entire film’s trailer.

[Teenagers in their prime, passionately discussing politics in class and their own ideologies; in the blink of an eye, their country was at war. They had fallen, but it was the same group of teenagers who bore the heavy responsibility and carried the country’s


backbone. They kept finding a way out of failure and eventually found their way to success.

It was a passionate video that made people feel emotional and excited. Following the plot, they sank into the era of sacrificing their blood, sweat, and tears for their country and ideals.

Ninian, who played “Elliot White,” the second female lead and inspiration for the main male lead, also had a significant role in the film’s trailer.

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