During an all-new episode of the Anna Faris podcast “Unrated”, The “Brokeback Mountain” star revealed that Ivan Reitman was the director who slapped her on the butt without her consent. She also described it as a “reign of terror” to work with. Faris noted that “he was a screamer” and claimed that he “humiliated” her while she was on the set of his 2006 movie “My Super Ex-Girlfriend.”
“He would take someone down every day, and my first day, it was me,” he told guest Lena Dunham. Faris said that Reitman was angry that he was late for her first scene and, not realizing that something possibly happened, he began to scold her. “Ivan is just knocking me down… he’s like, ‘You can’t play like that around here!’ -and I was like ‘Don’t do it, don’t cry, don’t cry,'” he added. “I felt angry and hurt.” The “Entourage” actress explained that the glue on her wig fell off and it stained her clothes, causing her to be 20 minutes late. After recounting her story and shedding light on her experience, Dunham backed up Faris’s claims and believes she is “not the first person to report that.” The “Camping” producer revealed that she once stopped at a set that Reitman was directing and was surprised by the energy. “This is a comedy, but no one is laughing and everyone is scared.”
According to the access pointReitman died in his sleep in February at the age of 75.
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