Dear Lord, READ THE ROOM: Bryan Singer Open To Working With Kevin Spacey Again
Accused rapist Bryan Singer, recently fired from directing Bohemian Rhapsody due to allegations of bad behaviour on-set, is working hard to claim he’s the real victim in these circumstances, insisting he took time out to care for a sick family member and has PTSD from the trauma of working on the film and also never threw anything at Rami Malek. Oddly enough, few people believe the man with a long history of rape and sexual assault allegations against other men who tend to be way younger than he is. Can’t imagine why.
As this news came out, Gabriel Byrne, who appeared in Singer’s film The Usual Suspects, claimed production of that film had to be shut down because of co-star and accused sexual abuser Kevin Spacey’s ‘sexually inappropriate behaviour’. Singer denied this in an interview with TMZ, a publication who have a history of letting the accused tell ‘their side of the story’. Check out the decidedly anti-Amber Heard stance they took during her split with Johnny Depp, and the sudden Trump sympathies they started pushing (remember, my friends: Read your gossip properly). Singer said, ‘I don’t know’, regarding Byrne’s claims.
He then went on to discuss Spacey and his future in the industry, claiming, ‘He’ll always be able to find work. It’s just up to the audience.’ When asked if he’d work with Spacey again, Singer called the questions ‘loaded’ (I mean, they are, but still), before saying ‘He’s a guy that I helped launch his career. He’s an acquaintance of mine, and it depends on the project I guess.’
Oh bless. Maybe you can put on a joint prison production or something.
Singer is currently facing a lawsuit from Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, who alleges Singer sexually assaulted him on a yacht in 2003 when he was 17 years old. Spacey, meanwhile, is laying low after being cut from Ridley Scott’s latest film, All The Money in the World, and replaced by Christopher Plummer. Frankly, the world is better without Spacey and Singer being heralded and supported and allowed to continue their abuses of power. Don’t let the door hit your arses on the way out, gentlemen.
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