(Irony isn’t the right word, but I can’t think of a better title at the moment and since everyone else misuses it anyway you’ll all know what I mean.)
He says, “Already the word in Hollywood is ‘get Knightley’. It’s a story that has everything: pathos, tragedy, comedy, adventure…and Princess Diana. “For every pound The Queen makes, a film about Diana will make ten.”
Wow. Talk about learning the opposite of the intended lesson. Or dramatising the movie’s point? Or watching that movie and thinking, “Those guys are asses, but I’m an ass too, and this give me a great idea!” Or just generally grasping the wrong end of the stick he’s being beaten with.