The Motion Picture Association of America has taken back its offer to Bob Kerrey. The former Senator and New School president's appointment as CEO was considered a done deal when it was announced two months ago, but negotiations broke down as he dithered over whether to take the gig. Then, Kerrey went on the Don Imus radio show and indiscreetly commented on the negotiations, raising eyebrows in the industry. He also appeared reluctant to move back to Washington. Eventually, studio heads began to doubt whether Kerrey was right for the job. He would have made $1.2 million a year working as the global public face (and chief lobbyist) for the MPAA.