Sports YouTuber Logan Paul controversy entangles former Calgary Stampeder

19:37  05 january  2018
19:37  05 january  2018 Source:   calgaryherald.com

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Calgary-born movie producer and former CFLer Doug Falconer, who played two seasons for the Stampeders in the 1970s, has found himself inadvertently embroiled in the controversy surrounding YouTuber Logan Paul.

On Thursday, gossip site TMZ reported that Paul was still set to star in the horror movie Superstition: The Rule of 3’s. The vlogger and “actor” attracted outrage after posting a video showing a body of a man who  had apparently committed suicide. Paul was visiting an area near Japan’s Mount Fuji known as “suicide forest.” Paul has stated he posted the video to raise awareness about suicide, but has been accused of making light of the victim’s death and suicide in general. He has apologized a number of times.

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On Thursday, TMZ reported that Falconer, who is a producer on Superstition, confirmed that there were no plans to recast Paul. However, the article also stated that Falconer had not heard about the controversy and would be talking to other producers about Paul’s involvement in the film.

On the Internet Movie Database, Falconer is listed as one of 14 producers of Superstition.

Falconer played defensive back for the Calgary Stampeders for two seasons starting in 1977. He also played for the Toronto Argonauts, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Ottawa Rough Riders, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes.

He moved to Los Angeles in 1981 and turned his attention to movie production. TMZ referred to him as CEO of Falconer Productions.

IMdB lists 10 upcoming projects Falconer is involved in as producer in 2018, including Stan Lee’s Annihilator.

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