“I had a horrible experience at Fantastic Four,” he told the release. “I’ve never talked about this before. I got married on one of my coasters [Bell], So I have no regrets for making that movie. But do I wish I had responded differently to some things? Yes, of course. “
He declined to go into specific details, but said “two horrible experiences with directors were male directors.”
“Haven’t I met a female director? Of course. Isn’t that a great work experience? Of course. But there was never a time when I felt like ‘this is happening because I’m a woman’,” she continued. “With male directors, it’s only 100 percent happening to me; it’s a power dynamic thing.”
He added, “In my two worst experiences, movies were 95 percent male, and I was the only one in the movie.”
Since the #MeToo movement has reconsidered Hollywood and the media that includes it as acceptable behavior, this is not the only set of actions he disagrees with – even during interviews and photo shoots.
“God! I look back on some interviews and photo shoots that weren’t there a long time ago, I felt stupid or embarrassed, but I thought ‘OK, this is what you have to do’.” Today I will never agree to those things. This is horrible, nonsense. “
When “Fantastic Four” was released, Entertainment Weekly Sources The director accused him of “insult and contempt for the crew and the cast”, almost smashed him with Teller, and told Mara that he was “cold to the core”, which he initially opposed being hired. He later said he wanted to hire a black actress to play Sue Storm, but was blocked by the studio.
Trunk has talked about some turmoil in the set The New York Times earlier this year He was “very concerned about my needs and my thoughts and my vision. This is what I was in contact with, not wanting the studio to be what it should be in the end.”
“I think what’s going on in those stories is a concerted effort to design a film about myself that can discredit anything I can say. [against the studio] When the film came out, “he added.” This is when I don’t communicate or I run into a tent or when things like me come up [the film’s star] Miles Teller almost came to the range – which is ridiculous – so easy to pick up details and exaggerate something they don’t have. “