http://www.unitedstates.com/news/far...20020318141121 NEW YORK, March 18 (UPI) -- Nice-guy actors Kevin Pollak and Aidan Quinn are blasting HBO, calling its "Project Greenlight" series a fabricated and manipulative “mockumentary,” designed to show tension that did not really exist on the set of their new film, "Stolen Summer.” “(HBO) created drama and built a case with editing," said Pollak, best known for his roles in "The Usual Suspects," "A Few Good Men," and "Avalon" in which he again co-starred with Quinn. "They made Aidan out to be Richard III and they used something I said that was so out of context that I was floored. I could not believe it. ... They succeeded wildly in creating an unbelievably entertaining show and they raised the profile of the movie and (director) Pete Jones, who, I think, is a wonderful story teller. And I love that Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are giving back to the writing community. All of that is fantastic, so if the series raises the awareness of all that, then it outweighs the negative and my little personal concerns don't rule the day. Quite frankly, I know not to ever do this again to myself."