Hugh Jackman called Bryan Singer’s X-Men legacy “complex.”
Hollywood star Hugh Jackman spoke about himself in public x-men Director Bryan Singer has addressed the filmmaker’s alleged intimidation on the set of the film, citing the appearance of a teenager who has dogged Singer over the years, including accusations that the director molested and sexually assaulted underage boys.
In a recent interview The GuardianHugh Jackman avoided speaking directly about the sex allegations against Singer, saying the issue was “complicated” and “complicated”.
“You know, it’s actually a very complicated question,” he told the newspaper when asked how the allegations had affected his approach. the x-men films catapulted him to fame in the United States.
“There’s a lot at stake there. the x-men I think it was a turning point in terms of comic book movies, and I think that’s something to be proud of. Of course there are questions to be asked, and I think they should be. But I don’t think I know how to answer this elegantly. I think it’s complicated and ultimately I’m proud of what we’ve achieved and the momentum it’s started.
Jackman was also asked about Singer’s behavior on set, which other actors described as intimidating and erratic.
“It was my first film in America, you have to understand; Everything was new for me,” he said.
“I think that’s right,” he said. “You know… I think there are ways to be on set that aren’t happening now. And I think things have changed for the better. He added: “There is far less tolerance for disrespect, marginalization, intimidation and any form of oppression. Now there’s zero tolerance for it and people are speaking up, and I think that’s great.
The singer faced several accusations of molesting and molesting minor boys. Although the director has denied the allegations, his once-hot Hollywood career is over. His last directorial work was a film shot in 2018 Bohemian rhapsody.
The following year, Singer reached a $150,000 settlement with Cesar Sánchez-Guzman, who accused the director of sexually assaulting her at a party in Seattle when she was 17.
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