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After dismissing Keira Knightley as a supermodel with a giant entourage and telling The Independent that “acting requires a certain level of honesty and self-analysis that I don’t think she’s ready for yet,” Begin Again director John Carney has offered the rare decent apology, saying, “I’m ashamed of myself that I…
Summer is almost here, which means soon we’ll be shedding our clothes, winter weight and outdated ideas about race, gender and sexuality. Luckily, our Wokest Baes™ from the month of May are here to get things started with their words of wisdom-type things.
Days after director John Carney lambasted certified British gem Keira Knightley for not being a “proper” actress, her former colleagues took to the press and social media to defend Knightley’s character and professionalism.
In an interview with The Independent, director John Carney spoke about the process of making his 2014 film Begin Again. He called Mark Ruffalo a “fantastic actor.” He said Adam Levine is “a joy to work with.” But when mentioning Keira Knightley, the film’s female lead, he had some markedly different comments.
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