One recent Labor Day, their families were spending the weekend together when Gia brought up her directorial debut project, an adaptation of James Franco's collection of short stories, "Palo Alto.""Me and my family spent the night at her mom's beach house over Labor Day a couple years ago and we had a really nice dinner.
I brought two of my friends and we were just skateboarding and drinking beers and hanging out and she was just fascinated," Jack told Yahoo Movies during the Tribeca Film Festival.
Earlier this week, a former Weinstein assistant also broke her own NDA to share her story.
“Women have come together, saying, ‘We’re not going to be fucked by you,'” O’Heaney told Buzz Feed.
We definitely have lots of other musical experiences together though," Jack shared. The first time I listened to Jimi Hendrix was his, him showing me that and that was really important to me. but he's into some weird music and it's not just the cool stuff.
His music taste is pretty awesome – it's just all over the place."Jack claimed he "definitely" had a normal high school experience, complete with giving "teachers a really hard time," being "stubborn" about homework, and going to prom."Prom was cool," he recalled, remembering the white corsage he gave his date. It was senior prom and I hadn't talked to her in a long time but remembered in ninth grade, she was like 'Oh my god, you're taking me to prom.
“I was so traumatized that, against my better judgment, I signed that document, which says I can never speak about this,” she told Buzz Feed.
“If this was something that happened nowadays, I wouldn’t sign it.” She no longer works in the industry, and says that her acting prospects dried up soon after she signed the agreement.
I only cared about the acting and that didn’t translate to caring about the film or all that money.”“Sometimes, when you are the head of a project and the lead actor is usually the reason a film is being made, unless it’s a superstar director, then it’s only fair to make people feel good and happy they are at work,” he added.While neither Kilmer nor Stone have so far answered Buzz Feed’s request for comment, lawyer Norman Oberstein, who represented the pair at the time, attempted to paint the incident as a “workplace mishap,” telling the outlet that this particular case is “not one of them,” in reference to the uptick in stories about sexual abuse in the workplace.“I doubt your article is exploring workplace mishaps during the acting out of a scene,” he wrote to Buzz Feed in an email.“I finally have the confidence to speak about this.It’s too long that I’ve sat on this story.” You can read the full Buzz Feed article — and see the accompanying documents — right here.
Her audition pages included a scene in which Morrison and Pamela get into an argument, and while the scene involves the throwing of objects at each other, it does not include any hitting or slapping.