Started by Tetsujin, Jul 20, 2018, 05:00:59 PM
Quote from: zackpred12 on Sep 18, 2018, 11:35:55 AMIs it just me, or is everyone else curious as to why Black hasn't said a word since the movie's release. I would imagine that it's due to the scandal and poor response. I mean is he running away from it? Or is it normal for a director to keep his/her mouth shut for a brief period after their films debut?
Quote from: whiterabbit on Sep 18, 2018, 01:05:14 PMThere's no point to suing Munn and it didn't even have an effect on ticket sales.
Quote from: Huggs on Sep 18, 2018, 03:44:48 PMDoes anyone else think he'll ever work (or be allowed to work) on these movies again? Or that this particular storyline is even going to continue?
Quote from: zackpred12 on Sep 18, 2018, 03:32:32 PMMy whole thing is, is that Munn stated in an interview that she did all of this in part due to the fact that she didn't want the victim to be reminded of the events that took place with that actor. However, if she was really so righteous, she wouldn't have done a single interview with the press. I feel as though she is kind of selfish in the aspect of the victim. I believe that she obviously did in fact disagree with the scene shot, but is looking at this situation as her chance to be in the spotlight. She's quite ardent if you ask me. But yea, I guess if I were Shane Black, I would probably take a hiatus too.
Quote from: Huggs on Sep 18, 2018, 03:44:48 PMI was reading on Wikipedia about how this was supposed to set up two sequels that Shane would be directing. I just don't see that happening. Does anyone else think he'll ever work (or be allowed to work) on these movies again? Or that this particular storyline is even going to continue?
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